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Dre for his debut solo album, The Chronic. Real Warren sluts debuting via this album, [2] Snoop also raps this song's hookwhich reduces "bitches" to performing fellatio[13] and which fellow guest rapper Daz 's verse heralds as "the anthem. A bandmate Eazy-E as a "bitch," [15] who allegedly cheated Dre of money, and to incidentally call N. A's manager Jerry Hellerallegedly complicit, "a white bitch. In an era when popular songs still idealized women, [23] this song appalled many.

Delores Tucker largely targeted this song, album, and record label. A, into an urban socialite, threatening violence only to guard his own lifestyle of leisure and indulgence. Social critics alleging adverse cultural effects by gangsta rap have recurrently indicted this song. InIce-T 's song " 6 in the Mornin' ," diverting from electro rap and "funk hop" some fanfare in the Los Angeles area's rap scene, was gangsta rap 's inaugural anthem, reaching gold sales.

A recast gangsta rap into a grim, menacing presentation. A took gangsta rap to platinum salesbut disbanded in once primary record producer Dr. Dre left. A's brash personaeDre held creative control and preeminent industry cachet. Dre wanted to only produce, but his ghostwriter the D.

Assisted by Daz and by Warren G on drum programming and sampling classics, [84] Dre culled from funk and soul musicespecially funk's subgenre P-funkto shape a new sound, [85] casting a new aura: gangsta funk, G-funk. Dre's debut solo album The Chronic.

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In the album's issue, its final listed track is "The Roach," subtitled " The Chronic Outro," [1] plus a long silence. So I stepped in the doorway and I could hear what they were trying to do. I said, 'Man, look out, y'all trying to do this. Via the funk group Ohio Players ' single " Funky Worm ," such "high Moog part" is nicknamed "the funky worm," made on a Moog synthesizerwhich Dre, coveting Bernie Worrell 's otherworldly Parliament — Funkadelic or P-Funk sounds, had tasked Wolfe to buy.

Dre's verse was written Real Warren sluts the D. In Aprilunheard since N. A's May album and breakup, Dr. Dre reemerged by a debut solo single— title track to actor Laurence Fishburn 's film Deep Cover —while debuting a guest but in essence lead rapper, an instant rap sensation, Snoop Doggy Dogg.

Producer Dre links the vocals of the four "Bitches Ain't Shit" male rappers closely, never skipping a beat—effecting teamwork, like a tag team [] —Snoop's hook twice, Dre's verse, Daz's verse, Snoop's hook once, Kurupt's verse, Snoop's verse, and Snoop's hook twice. During the second and third of the three hook sections, a nondescript but male voice, whispering below Snoop's vocals, incessantly chimes, "Bitches ain't shit"—at least twice per bar—each time repositioned in the stereo fieldvoicing on the left, then on the right, and fleeting in the center, back and forth.

After the song's very final hook recital, rapper Dre, silent since the first verse, reenters on the very next beat, starting the next bar, to starkly deadpan, "Bitches ain't shit. In vocal metreor timing of stresses, which often rhyme, all of the raps prioritize the bar's last beat, the four count, whereas Jewell's singing focuses on the first beat, the one count, the strongest bass strike.

Singing unperturbed, Jewell declares her own outlook and lifestyle, then distills one tenet. For four times in a row, she stresses on the one count the line's final word when belting, "And I don't give a fuck!

Her final few words abruptly go a cappella and, echoing, fade out to Dre's refrain, still on time, returning once more, which, fading out, spans two bars echoing. First verse Dre : Promptly after Snoop opens with Real Warren sluts hook, [14] Dre narrates a personal tale of a specific "bitch"—a man who allegedly shorted Dre's money—until, closing the "real conversation," Dre calls a "pass to Daz. Second verse Daz : [] Off and rapping before Dre silences, Daz exploits "hos" and grows camaraderie, "chilling with your homies and shit, and have my niggas kick the anthem like this," Snoop's immediate hook recital.

Third verse Kurupt : A beat later, Kurupt tersely adds to the hook and then, like Daz, refers generically—"bitches" or "hos" or "tricks"—ultimately closing with a brag, "turning them trick-ass hos the fuck out, now. Fourth verse Snoop : Seizing the next beat, Snoop narrates just the second tale of a specific "bitch"—this one a woman, unfaithful—and caps it with his third and final round of trumpeting the anthemic hook.

Fifth verse Jewell : Dre returns to intermittently deadpan, "Bitches ain't shit," while Jewell—a woman, singing soulfully, then rapping vociferously—stamps her endorsement, if mostly I don't give a fuck!

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Based on an early rap feud, Dre's verse never directly comments on women. Rather, complementing brief skits and the single " Fuck wit Dre Day ," it is the album's final smear of Eazy-E. A groupmate, Eazy had founded the group and owned its label, Ruthless Records.

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A among his clients. In real life, feeling underpaid as an N. A rapper and Ruthless Records' prime record producerDre, although ed as exclusive to the label, [] left it. Although both touting hedonism, [] Daz, operating systematically, like a gigolostalks profit and eyes leisure, whereas Kurupt, derisively mistrustful, chases sheer thrills. Here, women resemble a faceless breed of indulgent but disloyal nymphomaniacswho if shown men's affection would repay it by becoming the men's adversities as traitors and perhaps parasites.

Daz, before heralding Snoop's hook recital as "the anthem," advises best practices to grow relaxation time with "your homies. Kurupt, out to buy a 40 oz. Snoop skims a saga of finding himself as "a nigga on sprung," "up in them guts like every single day," and "in love like a motherfucker," walking into his debacle with her, "a bitch named Mandy May. Snoop Eastwood. Dre," retrieving him from a jail stint, pose, "Snoop, we got news. Now wise to her "tricking" during his "county blues," Snoop, who "ain't been out a second," already must inflict some "chin checkin.

Whereas "you can't deal," Jewell, "a bitch that's real," belts, "I don't give a fuck—about a bitch," and will "let her know that she can't fade this. Since the November release of "Nuthin' But a 'G' Thang," the album's singles, lyrically milder, pervading popular radio, shifted the Real Warren sluts genre's spotlight, for the first time, from the East Coast to the West Coast.

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Inethnomusicologist Kyra Gaunt observed, "The overwhelming perception of beats, rhythm, and the controversial use of sampling has led many to believe that rap is not music. How do you describe for a newspaper deadline the interaction of meter and rhythmic units of time and a particular flow of those rhythms Real Warren sluts defines Snoop's style? How"—Gaunt posed—"do you describe the way rap music is constructed, when the general public does not accept, nor can they verify to themselves or others, whether it is music or not? All inmany rap records gained the Parental Advisory label, [] Newsweek smeared rappers as, in one reading, "ignorant black men who scream obscene threats," [] and in Florida a federal judge, triggering ban Real Warren sluts, ruled a rap album, As Nasty as They Wanna Beobscene, US history's first in music.

Officer," [] [] whose hook wishes a policeman's death. Bushand the NRA. On the sidewalk at Madison Avenue, they laid, and some trampled, the boxes of gangsta rap. But inUS Congress had invited Butts to speak about gangsta rap. In SeptemberC. Delores Tuckerchair and founder of the National Political Congress of Black Womena lobbying group in Washington DC, reentered the public eye to take up the battle against gangsta rap.

Too Short 's lyrics, smearing types of women since[] or even[] were comparatively vague. It became common to hear people say, almost apologetically, 'Oh, I just like the beat. Per ethnomusicologist Kyra Gaunt"examples of women defending their love of the beats, but not the rhymes," "leaves them looking like their participation is all about the body, not the lyrics. Dream Hamptonprofiling Snoop in the September issue of rap's leading magazine, The Sourcenoted, "Women like him because of, not in spite of, his verse on 'Bitches Ain't Shit'.

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This is not me. You know, I disagree! On the other hand, perhaps in the late s, Amy Cook, a researcher of theatre arts, [] in analyzing dynamics of role casting, listens repeatedly, appraises her own cognition, and—despite others' likelihood to cast her as "one of the various 'bitches' " in the song—soon finds, "Even I, a white female, feel impelled to him, to sing along about how 'bitches ain't shit. Instead, "singing along, I take on the position of the powerful, the angry, the sad, the person aggrieved by 'bitches.

Dre's carefully crafted "G"—the sociable street gangsta ever at leisure, doing violence only on threats to his comforts and privileges [42] —spawned untold copycatting. Dre left us on The Chronic ," [] lays bare the basic values of the aura, [] refined in Snoop's breakthrough, early rap brand, intoxicated on alcohol and marijuana, mellow and debonair, but, while loyal to the homies, gunhappy and misogynistic.

Ides malt liquor and Tanqueray gin, in the s. Lil' Kim's song "Suck My Dick" is, in English professor Greg Thomas's view, an "anti-sexist faceoff" where Lil' Kim "talks back," delivering "a royal reply," to the "classic" and "flips its sexual script," such that ultimately, "Snoop and Dre get tricked themselves, lyrically. In verse two, Lil' Kim, supplier of many intoxicants, wants only money and cunnilingus, but "got this nigga now" who, tipsy, "asked me did I love him.

Real Warren slutsLil' Kim reemerged with her third album and her "Queen B" personaleading American women's latest effort—perhaps first attempted around —to reappropriate the word bitch[] this time amid a lingering "Bitches Ain't Shit" ethos. InAmerican singer, songwriter, and pianist Ben Foldsan alternative rock artist, who formerly led the band Ben Folds Fivehad a new solo album, Songs for Silvermanscheuled for April 26 release by Epic Records.

Folds sought in his rap collection, then, a classic more divergent from English poetry's classic metreiambic pentameter. Dre 's and Snoop Dogg 's lyrics" [14] —thus omitting the boasting and gloating in Real Warren sluts, Kurupt's or Jewell's verses—and, Folds says, "just added pretty chords and one of my best melodies. The cover version, beyond lacking heavy bass riff and thumps as well as the instrumental sample from the rap hit " The Bridge ," [] is a new composition. Later in the Snoop verse, freed on bail, nearing her house, he foresees catching her "tricking.

The cover, instead, first truncates the riff, then injects instrumental silences into the shocking discovery, which prompts complete silence. The cover also effects two hooks, copying the infamous Snoop hook and creating a Dre hook. More specifically, the Dre verse, the first verse in both versions, loses its closing line— So recognize, and pass to Daz —while instrumentalizing the resulting last four lines as a second hook. Thereupon, Folds again sings Dre's verse—this time atop brighter keys and livelier drums—while Jamieson and Reynolds add backing, accenting vocals throughout.

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