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 adj.— «“That janky-ass bitch?” Janky is Rah’s favorite word these days. Anything below par is janky.» —by William Shaw Westside: Young Men and Hip Hop in L.A. Apr. 12, 2000. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)


 n.— «Ed is my nicca 4 life i love that critter.» —“Re: the best in Hip Hop One Hit Wonders…” by Bishop023@webtv.net Usenet: rec.music.hip-hop May 20, 1999. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)


sheisty  adj.— «Their travails, the baby-mama drama, the “sheisty” record execs, the violence that comes closer than most of us will ever experience, are all documented in “Westside”.» —“Outsider’s View Of Hip...


ho-wop  n.— «On “My Baby’s Lost,” [Eamon] even sounds like a potty-mouthed Frankie Vali. The New York crooner claims to have masterminded a new genre he calls “ho-wop”: “raw hip- hop and smooth doo-wop...


spinner  n.— «It’s Dub, a niche car magazine with a tiny paid circulation that has nevertheless become the bible of the urban automotive subculture devoted to 20-inch-plus spinners—the outrageously flashy oversize wheels that pop up in...


whip  n.— «“It has some of the hottest whips on the planet,” she added, using the current East Coast slang for car.» —“The Dub Generation: Gearheads Go Hip-Hop” by Denny Lee New York Times Apr. 23, 2004...