Before the rise and fall of the club banger in the late 2000s, there was the rise and fall of electro-infused funk and soul in the early 1980s. Welcome to Cameo.
These are the fools who popularized the phrase "Word Up!"
This is the shit your parents were stumbling to at clubs and bars when they were your age, or my parents at least. Regardless, your parents probably heard these songs in their more youthful days, and I’m sure you’ve probably heard one of these tracks on I Love the Insert-a-Decade-Here TV series. So get ready to groove. Click the links to download.
I’m happy to see that even in Orlando, HIP HOP LIVES.
Meet Stellar Dexterz.
Residing right here in Orlando, JERZY-ROCZ and HBK are changing the face of fly. I’ll let their tracks speak for themselves. Check out what rhymes they have to offer on their myspace page. If you like what you hear you can check them out on July 17 at Will’s Pub or on July 25th at AKA Lounge. Make sure you thank them for keeping Hip Hop ALIVE here in Orlando.
Busta’s back…for real this time…I swear. He’s rapping fast, shouting non-sensical phrases and repeating himself again, just like back in the mid-90s. Hell yes! NOTE: This track is produced by Pharell, so expect to hear some random adlibing from Hip-Hop’s other Diddy.
Don’t think that because you’re not french you can’t make great electro/house music. Thanks to some really cool foreign web designer named Matias Najle, you’re now able to do all the crazy shit those robots do from the comfort of your own home! Check this shit out: