DJ Screw | 3 'N The Mornin' Part Two

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3 'N The Mornin' Part Two

by DJ Screw

Houston screwed rap by the style's originator and namesake.
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap: Southern Style
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1. Watch Yo Screw
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2. Sailin Da South
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3. Smokin' And Leanin'
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4. No Way Out
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5. Foe Life
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6. Servin A Duce
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7. Sippin Codine
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8. Elbows Swangin
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9. High With The Blanksta
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10. G Ride
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11. Why You Hatin Me
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12. Cloverland
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13. Pimp Tha Pen
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14. South Side
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After spending most of the 1990s as an infamous local phenomenon in Houston, TX, DJ Screw suddenly found himself gaining sudden notoriety before his unfortunate death in late 2000. The Houston DJ made a name for himself primarily because of his uncanny mixing style, which found him pitching down his records to a lumbering and quite eerie pace. Over the course of the '90s, what began as novelty actually became a rather lucrative venture for Screw, who produced hundreds of mix tapes, with some estimates projecting his total number of tapes topping over a thousand; furthermore, he sold the tapes at his Houston-based record store, Screwed Up Records and Tapes. Oddly enough, he preferred to release his mixes almost exclusively on cassette, though fans often recorded the mixes and traded them via the Internet; in addition, countless "screwed" remixes of popular rap anthems were widely available on Napster thanks to his cultish following.

Yet it's hard to imagine Screw's legacy being what it is if not for his role as an adamant advocate of "syrup sippin'," a Southern rap phenomenon involving codeine-infused cough syrup -- the resulting intoxication induces a hallucinatory state where everything slows down and becomes the senses swirl. As marijuana was to early-'90s gangsta rap, LSD was to late-'60s psychedelic rock, ecstasy was to late-'80s rave -- and so on -- the syrup sippin' advocated by Screw's trippy hip-hop mixes led to a small drug movement within the late-'90s Dirty South genre, reaching its zenith with Three 6 Mafia's hit "Sippin' on Some Syrup" in 2000. It's hard to deny that this phenomenon wasn't as important to Screw's popularity as his music was (especially considering some of his tape titles: Syrup & Soda, Syrup Sippers, Sippin' Codeine, etc.) Still, Screw did serve as a leader for Houston's burgeoning rap scene; his home studio, The Screw Shop, functioned as the home base for what was loosely referred to as the Screwed Up Click, including semi-successful rappers such as Big Pokey and Lil' Keke, along with about 30 others were known locally.

Ironically, when Screw was found dead in his studio of a fatal heart attack at the tender age of 30 on the morning of November 16, 2000, the Houston Chronicle published a story stating that police suspected Screw of overdosing on the same syrup that he so adamantly advocated. Weeks later the theory proved valid, making the artist the victim of his own self-promoted phenomenon. More unfortunate, though, was the loss of Screw to Houston's fledging scene, which seemed on the verge of being nationally recognized as a Southern rap mecca. His legacy lived on, though, since his trademark mixing style was by no means exclusive, as countless imitators had arisen in the South by the time of his death, the most noteworthy being the Swisha House and Beltway 8 record labels.

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DJ Mixer

RIP DJ SCREW **********!!!!!!!CLASSIC!!!!!!!!!*********
RIP DJ SCREW

I saw da single "High With The Blanksta" (CD SINGLE)

RARE
(OMG!!!!) I can't find anywhere!!!!
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zach posey

rip dj screw southside king-n-S.UC
so damn throwed
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Vo

Classic!
Yes sir! Im luvin it! Still jammin bro. peace and luv, Vo MvP
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Anthony Almager

throwed azz shit
THE CD IS THE SHIT DJ SCREW WAS A LEGEND SHIT HE STILL IS AND HE WILL ALWAYS BE STRAIGHT UP TEXAS BABY
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Young Crib Don

illa than the next man
heat for the streets. go to Young Crib Don at cdbaby.com all you real geeze. oh yeah code words "Made You Look" "where them gangstas where them dimes at"
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DJ Mixerr

Here are some tracks for 3 'N The Morning Part One
1. Intro 2. Hi Power 3. City Streets 4. Don't Stop 5. Good Day 6. Big Dick
7. Dre Day 8. Aggravated Rasta 9. White Horse 10. Rock Tha Bells
11. Commercial 12. Nigga With a Gun 13. Compton Thang 14. Sugar Free
15. Commercial 16. Dead In a Year 17. So Funky
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Token


Ive alway's been a DJ Srew fan. R.I.P DJ SCREW
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