Top 25 Greatest Screwed Up Click Albums

Compiling a list of the top 25 greatest studio albums by members of the Screwed Up Click (S.U.C.) involves recognizing albums that have significantly impacted the hip-hop genre, particularly the Southern rap and chopped and screwed scene. This list will highlight albums that are not only fan favorites but also hold critical acclaim and cultural …

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The History of the Screwed Up Click

DJ Screw of Houston created a new genre of hip-hop called Chopped and Screwed through slowing down and manipulating hip-hop instrumentals. He invited local rappers to freestyle over these songs before recording them onto tapes for distribution. Led by DJ Screw, and collectively dubbed the Screwed Up Click, this group became well-known due to their …

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DJ Screw and Al-D-Why You Hatin' Me

Photo Cred: https://steemit.com/art/@mvbeak/rip-dj-screw DJ Screw and Al-D are back together on this 3 ‘N The Mornin’ classic. Having recently been Lost in the Hood, the duo has emerged to lay down some tracks for DJ Screw’s upcoming album. Unfortunately, there’s no time to relax as, immediately, they come face-to-face with some haters. The question is …

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Grabbin Grain in the Turing Lane- DJ Screw and Guerilla Maab

[the_ad_placement id=”below-post-headline”]DJ Screw takes a 3 minute Guerilla Maab hit called “Fondren and Main” and transforms it into an 8 minute masterpiece called “Grabbin’ Grain”. Let’s be honest, Guerilla Maab’s “Fondren and Main” is a classic, but at the time it was released, in 1999, Z-RO was rapping faster than anyone in Houston. Z-Ro has …

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The Game Goes On and It Might Not Ever Change

Thanks to @Spinnsideu for the suggestion. “The Game Goes On” is a straight classic for many reasons. As far as we’re aware, this was the only collaboration beteween K-RINO and Z-RO. Disappointing, considering the outcome of this combo on “The Game Goes On”. One of the more impressive examples of storytelling in hip-hop, Z-RO and K-RINO …

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Watch an Entire Club Serenade Z-RO with Acapella Performance of ‘Mo City Don’

Screwed Up Click hall-of-famer Z-RO has never stopped grinding. He was originally brought into the SUC in 1997 around the time he dropped “Look What You Did to Me”-an album he considers “shaky” at best. The album was still better than the average-and was ultimately a factor in getting hooked up with SCREW and Co. Z-RO …

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