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 Post subject: Re: Youtube Favorite of the Day
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Some very British rap...





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Looks like that guy is quite popular! Maybe there is still hope for old Albion!

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Anthropoid wrote:
Looks like that guy is quite popular! Maybe there is still hope for old Albion!


Well, when you get those "fighting trousers" on...stuff tends to happen (and not just in the trousers)!

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Mac wrote:
Some very British rap...







Very interesting (I am attempting to channel Arte Johnson when I said that).

I had not previously heard of Mr. B, Professor Elemental or their “rap” war.

In Britain, a rap war entails dueling videos and ‘a bloody good time for all’ while is the United States, a rap war entails pieces and capping each other.

I must look further into these two musical artists.

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In Britain, a rap war entails dueling videos and ‘a bloody good time for all’ while is the United States, a rap war entails pieces and capping each other.


No kidding. The lives of some of the "gansta rappers" (Tupac for example) were apparently pretty fucking scary. Listening to some rap artists it seems like there is always an element of danger incorporated, like just going out to catch a show is a "life and death" experience or something. A lot of the entertainment industry in the US these days is insane. :shock:

Gotta love the brits, though, for taking the insane head on and trying to restore some sanity.

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Bet you've never seen anything like this before....


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Somebody needs to hand over their pilot's license. That kinda shit just should NOT happen, EVER.

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As for the Brit rap videos, didn't find either entertaining.

This is more my type


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These two are both good but the male dancer is outstanding .. . . he never moves his shoulders compared to what his feet and knees are doing. This pianist is from Switzerland. He plays some of the best Boogie Woogie anywhere. He is so BIG over there, they hold a week-long Boogie Woogie contest every year and all the best players in the world are invited. In this video he is joined by the 2 amazing dancers...

The male dancer even has a forties haircut.

Turn up the volume, watch and give it a listen! If you experience any trouble tapping your foot to the beat, you had better hurry and schedule an appointment with your physician.

FOR THOSE WHO DON'T REMEMBER, HERE IS HOW THE BOOGIE WOOGIE WAS DONE!


Most people 60 and younger do not know about the BOOGIE WOOGIE and may have never seen it.

Song: "Dancin' The Boogie" composed and performed by swiss pianist Silvan Zingg. Dancing: by french couple William Mauvais and Maéva Truntzer. On bass: Nuno Alexandre from Portugal. On drums french Simon Boyer.

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Some fun stuff abrad. I either never really knew or had forgotten exactly what the "Boogie Woogie" was! Fun, especially watching the female jiggle wiggle!

SOMEWHAT analogous . . . I'm a huge fan of "trap dancing" also called "Shuffle dancing" and "Melbourne Shuffle." It evolved out of break dancing, and at this point the most well-known dancers are hot little female types and DAMN, I love watching them!


If I ever strike it rich and make millions and millions, I'm gonna setup a "Trap Dancer Mansion" in Central Tennessee where young women in need can come to learn to Trap Dance and gain whatever it is they need out of life :P

I also like this kinda stuff ;)

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Anthropoid wrote:
Some fun stuff abrad. I either never really knew or had forgotten exactly what the "Boogie Woogie" was! Fun, especially watching the female jiggle wiggle!

SOMEWHAT analogous . . . I'm a huge fan of "trap dancing" also called "Shuffle dancing" and "Melbourne Shuffle." It evolved out of break dancing, and at this point the most well-known dancers are hot little female types and DAMN, I love watching them!


If I ever strike it rich and make millions and millions, I'm gonna setup a "Trap Dancer Mansion" in Central Tennessee where young women in need can come to learn to Trap Dance and gain whatever it is they need out of life :P

I also like this kinda stuff ;)



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If I ever strike it rich and make millions and millions, I'm gonna setup a "Trap Dancer Mansion" in Central Tennessee where young women in need can come to learn to Trap Dance and gain whatever it is they need out of life :P


Anthro, you are the humanitarian of our generation. :lol:

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