Choppa Style Shit

Posted by emynd on | May 14, 2009 | 2 Comments

Choppa will likely forever be one of the most notable New Orleans Bounce artists because of the simple fact that his now classic “Choppa Style” is one of the few Bounce songs that made any type of national impact. It was picked up ultimately by Master P and Choppa was added to the No Limit roster, but prior to that Choppa put out a really solid album of mostly Bounce stuff on Take Fo Records. I’ve posted two of my favorite tracks from the “Choppa Style” album below.

Notable sidenote about “I Came To Represent” is that it made its first appearance on Katey Redd’s “Y2 Katey” album, which is interesting to me that Take Fo was using a Sissy Bounce artist’s album to break more traditional Bounce artists. As for the other song: I ripped “That Bounce Shit” straight from CD so it’s not like the quality sucks because it’s a bad rip… it’s just a poor mixing/mastering job which is really too bad because I would love to have a clean, crisp sounding copy of this song.

Choppa “I Came To Represent” (Sharebee) (Zshare)

Choppa ft 5th Ward Weebie and P-Town Moe “That Bounce Shit” (Sharebee) (Zshare)



2 Responses to “Choppa Style Shit”

  1. DJ Real Juicy
    May 15th, 2009 @ 1:14 pm

    choppa style…. chop chop choppa style… AHhhahhhHHahhhheeeahhhhh

  2. stefski
    May 16th, 2009 @ 12:02 pm

    shake it like ah uh uh

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