Mad Decent Worldwide Radio #30: BOUNCE IT by Emynd

29 Jun

Urban music is undergoing some serious changes at the moment and its spawning some really interesting cross over genres.. A notable offspring of Hip Hop and cousin to the notorious Bmore sound is the New Orleans Bounce flavour…Its biggest blog champion is Emynd

The man has put together a dope mixtape of BOUNCE cuts in conjunction with Mad Decent and we got it fresh and direct for you…
For me this is a little bit funkier than the BMore jump and doesn’t come with the chedda sections alla Tittsworth and Bananas..
Anyway time for you to make your own mind up..this is sure fire Flava in ya Ear!!
Tracklisting for the mixtape and a fuller explanation of BOUNCE can be checked at Emynd’s own blog CrossFadedBacon which is well worth a visit.

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Mad Decent Worldwide Radio #30: BOUNCE IT by Emynd

Peace!

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2 Responses to “Mad Decent Worldwide Radio #30: BOUNCE IT by Emynd”

  1. emynd July 1, 2008 at 6:20 pm #

    Regarding this:

    “Urban music is undergoing some serious changes at the moment and its spawning some really interesting cross over genres.. A notable offspring of Hip Hop and cousin to the notorious Bmore sound is the New Orleans Bounce flavour…”

    Bounce music developed completely independent of Bmore and any similarities in sound are completely coincidental. Bounce has dominated the club and block party circuit in New Orleans since around 1991, and the roots of today’s Bounce tracks can be traced all the way back to ’91. Therefore, to say that “urban music is undergoing some serious changes right now” is kind’ve re-writing history. This music has BEEN here and has survived in New Orleans (and other surrounding cities) for decades. Just now discovering it does not mean that “urban music is changing.”

    Thanks for the link nonetheless and I hope everyone enjoys the mix!

    -emynd

  2. C.M. July 3, 2008 at 8:41 am #

    Hi,
    We understand that America has all different and regional sub genre’s on the go at the same time and understand that the sound differ’s region to region as it does in the UK but how does it differ EMYND? For instance is the Miami Bass sound still going, what did Crunk grow out of and all the dirty south stuff? Would interesting to hear!

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