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Ready to get our sip on ❔❔❔
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Them Boyz for real down south baby...
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Yessir kill'n the streets in The H 🔥🤘🏽🔥🤘🏽
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Houston has some of the best rappers in the game. Most of the artist are not signed to a major record label, so they are independent artist. We have suffered many losses, such as the legendary artists Fat Pat , Big Hawk , Big Moe , Pimp C , and the originator DJ SCREW. All of these artists were a part of the SUC the Screwed Up Click. RIP TO ALL. When SCREW pressed record it was something magical. He was on the turn tables. Then SUC members would pass the mic around when they would freestyle. Nothing on paper just straight from the head. This would spark a movement that would change not only the city but would change music forever. DJ SCREW started making it big by selling slowed down tapes from his house. Cars would line up around the block to get there hands on a screw tape. SUC member lil Flip said in a interview " I seen DJ SCREW sale out of 15,000 screw tapes at a car show. " That shows the influence he had on people. For someone to have the talent and drive that SCREW had, is unreal. Screw put many artist out. He never thought he was bigger than the other man, he was humble and down to earth and he stayed real. SCREW would always speak on the tracks of his tapes and CDs. To this day when I hear him speak and be like "you know what I'm say'n"it's like he is talking to me. Even when he started making money he always kept his focus on the music. Screw was so real other DJ's started to copy his style of music. Such as DJ Michael Watts, O.G. Ron C, from the Swishahouse and many others. When you listen to SCREWS music you know it's something special. From him slow'n and chopin up the beats, to rapping about the SOUTHSIDE, slabs, candy paint, swangas, drank, piece and chains, pop trunk, swang'in and jam'in screw. If you listen you can still hear SCREW in a lot of music out today. Something that started on the SOUTHSIDE of Houston , turned into a world wide epidemic. I have screwed up music dvd's that I jam in the car. I also have an endless list of DJ SCREW in my music collection. The older I become the more love I have for his music . I'm in my mid 30's married and have a 11 year old daughter. My lil girl knows who DJ SCREW is. I like to believe she loves his music as much as I do. I'm grateful to have been apart of the screw movement. It really has change my outlook on music. There's many DJ's out today that screw & chop there music. However, there was only one: DJ SCREW. He got the whole world screwed up. SCREW passed away on 11/16/2000, way before his time. He had stamped his footprints on the world around him. And when you press play and hear that voice come on you'll know why,his legacy will live forever.

RIP
🔩DJ SCREW
Forever Screwed Up


By: Jday Holdin

We ride swangas down here in the H...

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We love them screwville videos.... There's not a day go's by that I don't bang screw... I don't listen to the radio because if it ain't screwed up I don't jam it....we have lost so many great artist from Houston aka Screwston....his legacy will live thru me and every other Screwhead out there....r.i.p. 2 the one and 🔩DJ SCREW 🔩

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Nothing new with me.. Rise & Grind like every day.. You don't grind you don't shine... What's Gucci with y'all??
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