Although they made their pledge goals, you can still donate and get various merchandise. Now I may have to go to SXSW for the first time.
PNC were one of the star attractions at Big Boy Records in the ’90s and were pioneers of that gangsta bounce sound. Jube is the glue that holds Take Fo’ Records together and the man who wrote “Back That A$$ Up,” among many other classics.
Magnolia Shorty has released several bounce classics, my favorite being “Monkey on tha D$ck” when she was on Cash Money Records.
Katey is the most widely recognized name in bounce’s off-shoot, sissy rap. Another big name in the sissy scene, Freedia gave us the classic “Gin In My System.” Yet another big name in the sissy scene, Vockah Redu created sissy beef with “F*** Katey Red.”
AND THE SONGSTRESS
Ms. Tee was the R&B hook singer for Cash Money’s early releases who often continues to collaborate with Magnolia Shorty.
Eric Brightwell is an adventurer, writer, rambler, explorer, cartographer, and guerrilla gardener who is always seeking writing, speaking, traveling, and art opportunities — or salaried work. He is not interested in writing advertorials, clickbait, listicles, or other 21st century variations of spam. Brightwell’s written work has appeared in Amoeblog, diaCRITICS, and KCET Departures. His work has been featured by the American Institute of Architects, the Architecture & Design Museum, the Craft & Folk Art Museum, Form Follows Function, Los Angeles County Store, Skid Row Housing Trust, and 1650 Gallery. Brightwell has been featured in the Los Angeles Times, Huffington Post, Los Angeles Magazine, LAist, Eastsider LA, Boing Boing, Los Angeles, I’m Yours, and on Notebook on Cities and Culture. He has been a guest speaker on KCRW‘s Which Way, LA? and at Emerson College. Art prints of his maps are available from 1650 Gallery and on other products from Cal31. He is currently writing a book about Los Angeles and you can follow him on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.
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