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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Goin Down at DJ Screw's House

[the_ad_placement id=”below-post-headline”]Most never had the privilege of sitting in at DJ Screw’s crib during a Screwed Up Click freestyle session. Sadly, with the passing of DJ Screw and numerous Screwed Up Click veterans, the chances of getting a front-row seat during one of the epic recording sessions are nonexistent. Thankfully, though, someone broke out the …

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C-Note and Lil Flip's T.I. Diss Track Still Goes Hard, 15 Yeas Later

15 years ago, C-Note and Lil’ Flip were beefing with T.I. over something. Fortunately, though, the beef lasted long enough for C-Note and Flip to record a diss track, aptly titled, “Fuck T.I. The song itself goes hard, showcasing a unique combination of C-Note and Lil’ Flip. The song’s hook is simply “Fuck TI” but what …

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Micheal Jackson - DJ Screw - PYT

Michael Jackson was the best. That’s been said. But he could have been a little better, as we learned when DJ Screw dropped Chapter 79: “Aint Nothin Better”. Don’t know why, but, somehow, this screwtape includes Michael Jackson’s “P.Y.T.”. Perhaps, someone thought SCREW needed a challenge. If anyone has the details regarding the Chapter 79 …

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Comin' Out Hard (and Slow)

DJ SCREW presents 8Ball & MJG: Comin’ Out Hard (Chopped & Screwed). 8Ball & MJG are not members of the Screwed Up Click, but we’re giving them an honorary pass for showing love and including DJ SCREW on the bonus track of their 1993 debut album Comin’ Out Hard.

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DJ Screw and 20-2-Life-Servin' A Deuce

DJ SCREW deserves extra credit for this one. Introducing us to #SCREWED 20-2-Life is a gift. Because 20-2-Life was a local Houston duo that rapped almost exclusively about prison. 20-2-Life was for Incarceration, what the Fat Boys were for Snacks, sort of. SCREW did what know SCREW to do: Made it one of our favorites-on …

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