Jus Lyke Compton came on my Spotify Daily Mix and of course Quik mentioned St. Louis. (314, 636!!)
He got it right with 'hot as a m#thaf#cka, hot enough to make 'ya cuss'.
But the line before I'm not so sure about, 'Movin on to St. Louis, where they country as f*ck. With gold teeth in they mouth, but they still know what's up'
I've heard of folks from E. St. Louis or maybe even Chicago thinking that folks from St. Louis were country but having lived there I don't quite see it.
When I lived in San Francisco, I sensed that some of the people I worked with thought I was a bit country, but I just took that as folks being from a 'real' city kind of being out of touch with 'flyover country'.
Outside perspective aside, do any of you double-take at the random comments artists mention about your hometown?
10. "A new one, by Drake of all people..." In response to Reply # 4
"Elevate" from the "Scorpion" album
But I couldn't picture bein' Champagne (haan) When I would buy that shit and save it for the right occasion I couldn't picture changes when I was with Ms. Craten That lady hates me Couldn't picture wifin' Braden when I was pumpin' gas On road trips to go from Cincinnati on to Dayton
6. "that and My Summer Vacation are the only two I can think of..." In response to Reply # 0
off top that went into any detail. A couple other "mentions" like Keith Murry - World B Free and a Roc Marcian - Major League. I'm sure there's a few I'm overlooking. As far as the country thing, I've traveled to other states or talked to people over the phone in other parts of the country and been told I had a Southern accent...even though I've never lived anywhere else.
...push the white Wraith, when they see me they flip paint the top red like D. Wade's lips - Conway
22. "RE: From Sactown and back down(c)Pac" In response to Reply # 16
ODB from Mariah's "Fantasy":
"Yo, New York in the house Is Brooklyn in the house Uptown in the house Shaolin are you in the house Boogie Down are you in the house Sacramento in the hoooouuuuuse!!!!!"
That always stuck out to me because 1) Sacramento out of all cities was the first non-NYC area he shouted out, and 2) I was living in Sac at the time that was on the radio so I wasn't sure if it was just a regional version or remix of the song..
26. ""f you're in DC, you got the vibes, Maryland, VIRGINIA, Carolina vibes....." In response to Reply # 0 Tue Jul-24-18 02:45 AM by organix
a lot of places got shouted out in this classic:
Word Up, rest in Peace, and you know what else? We got, we got, we got the vibes All the people in Long Island, we got the vibes Brooklyn and Queens, we got the vibes Uptown and Now Rule, we got the vibes People Upstate, we got the vibes If you're in DC, you got the vibes Maryland, Virginia, Carolina vibes Out West, we got the vibes In the Bahamas, we got the vibes Over in Europe, you know what, we got the vibes And we gotta keep it alive...
39. " shoutouts on 3rd bass "portrait.." pretty random to me" In response to Reply # 0
especially in like what? '93????
From Detroit to Mobile Alabama Memphis Tennessee Cleveland Yo, money-makin Miami, Chicago East St. Louis got crazy hoods Oakland Compton Watts wearin the hoods Yo true indeed, Louisville Boostin Houston got CRAZY hoods New Orleans, Seattle North Carolina cannot forget about Atlanta Shockmaster Glen Boyd got crazy hoods Listenin to his program