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—Masta Ace’s “Jeep Ass Niguh” is a rap rarity, a dope song that was turned into another dope song, “Born to Roll,” simply by flipping the beat and adding more bass. Which is fine and all, especially for the woofers in your Jeep, but honestly the original was fine the way it was.
It starts with police sirens as the subject of the song gets pulled over, and after a verbal gymnastic intro—“Braniac dumb-dumbs, bust the scientifical/Approach to the course and the force is centrifugal”—and some verification of lyrical prowess, it bangs for three uptempo verses about the joys of car-stereo battling and the mellow-harshing of getting pulled over for it.
Gordon's partner is the slovenly, semi-corrupt Harvey Bullock (Donal Logue), while the rest of the cast is rounded out by a young Bruce Wayne (David Mazouz), still reeling from the death of his parents; his butler and guardian Alfred Pennyworth (Sean Pertwee), trying to be a father to him; a growing roster of up-and-coming villains like Oswald Cobblepot (Robin Lord Taylor) and Edward Nygma (Cory Michael Smith); streetwise teen thief Selina Kyle (Camren Bicondova); and Barbara Kean (Erin Richards), Gordon's fiancée in season one.
Ultimately, “Come Home With Me” marks the commercially successful beginning of the Dipset era, and New York hip-hop would never be the same.
Which means New York City and hip-hop are forever intertwined. Staten Island’s main contributions come from one camp but remain significant with Method Man, Ghostface Killah, and Raekwon.
Rap listeners around the world who’ve never been to the Big Apple still know places like Nas’ Queensbridge projects, the slums of Wu-Tang’s Shaolin, and KRS-One’s South Bronx. Even Manhattan has its own Harlem World fresh with stars like Kool Moe Dee, Diddy, and Cam’ron.
So make sure there’s money in your Metro Card because this is a trip through New York and its five boroughs.
While “Purple Swag” put Rocky on the map, it was “Peso” that turned him into a star.
Foxy’s single is the slickest shit I’ve ever heard in my life, and god bless Hov for rocking those fuchsia-tinted Duane Reade-ing glasses in the music video.