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cuddie

cuddie  n.— «Cuddie (n.): A close friend or relative, derived from “Cousin”; anyone from Vallejo’s Crestside neighborhood (cf. Mac Mall, Illegal Business?, 1993).» —“The Politics of “Hyphy”” by Eric...

cuddy

cuddy  n.— «“Many times here, what I’ve considered to be thoughtful commentary based off Hip Hop history and the mores therein has been twisted to mean that I’m hating on something. Hmmmm…” “Not by me cuddy. though I...

cuddie

cuddie  n.— «Cuddie: Un pote de toujours. Cf interview de Mac Mall dans The Source n°80.» —“1 ptit cours?? lol…just 4 introducing myself…a joke” by Crillz-Nillz Usenet: fr.rec.arts.musique.hip...

mobb music

mobb music  n.— «Bay Area rap flourished in Dre’s absence, evolving from the East Coast-influenced sound of the Strictly Business era to the slower tempos and keyboard-heavy funky slumper beats of what became known as mobb music...

po-po

po-po
 n.— «His notoriety meant he was constantly sweated by the V-town po-pos.» —“Requiem for a Mac” by Eric K. Arnold East Bay Express (California) Nov. 10, 2004. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

slumper

slumper  n.— «Bay Area rap flourished in Dre’s absence, evolving from the East Coast-influenced sound of the Strictly Business era to the slower tempos and keyboard-heavy funky slumper beats of what became known as mobb music...

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