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Desc:The rap group that horrified white people and black pastors
Category:General Station
Tags:Rap, 80s, 2 live crew, arsenio hall, too horny for 73q
Submitted:Scrotum H. Vainglorious
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No 2 Live Crew performance could possibly top http://www.poetv.com/video.php?vid=30295 but this one is pretty close.
All my stars for 1:25.
White frat boys may not have been their target demographic, but I'm sure that's who bought the most copies.

That guy
"we're not in this for the money"

Far too horny for 73q
That guy
The rap group that horrified white people and black pastors and sucked.
Miss Henson's 6th grade class
Yeah. World-class booty-shaking aside, it's amazing to see that these guys looked and sounded like total scrubs, even in their own damn videos.

They weren't really any worse than most Miami Bass from the time, to be honest. They weren't really any better either. In that way, Luke is a fucking genius for taking something really kind average and turning it into a national obsession by just singing about grimy shit.

Brother Marquis was actually pretty competent. Fresh Kid Ice and Luke were terrible. And as far as Miami Bass production goes, I think "Me So Horny" and "Pop The Pussy" were decent.

Miami bass is great but Luke is definitely average.

CC Lemonhead was way better but the best stuff was instrumental.

That guy
I'm glad you two can put in historico-geographico-musicological context exactly how much they blow chunks.

Plenty of stuff, out of context, is fucking terrible.

Sorry I know stuff.

infinite zest
I dunno, name one other popular song from the 90s that was quoting a Kubrick film.
"Baby Got Back" used the same sample!

"Come on white people, sing it back!!"
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