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Examples of "flossin"
Along with a single, a music video was released for "Ballers Flossin", though it failed to make it to the Billboard charts.
Soon after, Yak released his first 12-inch, "Homepiss" in 2000, courtesy of Bobbito and his Fondle’em label. His 4-song EP was released featuring "Flossin"', "The Plague", "Nasty or Nice", and "Homepiss".
Bobbito Garcia, world-renowned radio personality known for breaking records and introducing new talent in New York City during the Indie Hip Hop boom in the mid to late 90’s, liked Yak’s demo, "Flossin’", so much that he put it in rotation on his CM Famalam show on 89.9-FM WKCR in New York. He later invited Yak to appear on the show in 1998. After a few impressive appearances on WKCR, and "Flossin’" gaining regular rotation, Bobbito approached Yak about some new original music. Yak's lyrics caught the attention of Cage, who was impressed enough to reach out to him; making him an original member of The Weathermen.
Notable releases by Kid606 include "Don't Sweat the Technics" (VC140: 1998), "Down with the Scene" (IPC-7:2000), "P.S. I Love You" (MP93: 2000), and "Kill Sound Before Sound Kills You" (IPC-46:2003). He collaborated or participated in the groups Flossin, Spacewurm, Ariel and Disc.
The song received rave reviews. Touré commented on the song: "The song basically attacks a central tenet of hip-hop: Many rappers embrace labelism as part of their celebration of upward mobility as well as a postmodern sentiment that you are the brands you wear." He also said that the song had "childishly simple rhyme patterns" such as "I’m lookin’ like Madonna, but I’m flossin’ like Ivana." James Montgomery of MTV ranked "Gucci Gucci" 23rd of his top 25 songs of 2011. The song was remixed by American rapper Lil Wayne for his mixtape "Sorry 4 the Wait".
In 1996, he landed the role of Romeo Santana on "The Steve Harvey Show". In 2001, he played the role of Jermaine in the movie "Flossin". In 2002, he appeared in the VH1 TV movie, "Play'd: A Hip Hop Story" with Toni Braxton. That same year, Santana had a role in the Eddie Murphy comedy "Showtime". His last television acting role was on the UPN series, "Half & Half"; his last film role was a 2003 comedy film, "The Blues" with Deon Richmond. Merlin has 3 unreleased albums.
In 1997 while performing together in Miami, Florida Pretty Ricky was signed to Bluestar Entertainment by CEO Joseph "Blue" Smith. Supported by their father, Joseph "Blue" Smith Sr., who also served as the band's manager and taskmaster, these four boys, also was joined by their older brother, Joseph "J.Long" Smith Jr., set out to develop their music career in 1997 under the name of "Pretty Rickie and The Maverix". According to a 1999 story in "The Miami Herald", At first, it was J.Long who was called "Pretty Rickie" while the other four brothers were "The Maverix". But upon his departure from the group, plus the objection issued by an American country band "The Mavericks" to change their name, the remaining personnel decided to apply their original idea of the band's identity using back the name "Pretty Ricky" as the remaining four brothers decided to change 'ie' to 'y' for reasons of it sounding "more masculine". With the help from a producer named Jim Jonsin of Unusual Suspects production team, Pretty Ricky began to gain a desirable attention through their local performances. However, it was not until 2002 that the group encountered their initial success as their song, "Flossin'", became a huge hit on Miami radio station Power 96. Their career ended almost in year 2007 when the singer Pleasure P left the group. They released their first single Flossin in 2002 & their second single So Fresh So Clean in June 2004. Both singles were set to be the first singles on their original debut studio What They Call Me which was scheduled for 2003. The album was never released.
He was moved to Atlantic Records another subsidiarity of Warner Music Group. Then on January 28, 2014, Bangz released the album's first single "Hoe" featuring YG and Yo Gotti. His debut album will be released during 2014 by Atlantic Records. From March 6 to April 17, 2014, Kirko Bangz went on The Trillest concert tour which was co-headlined by frequent collaborator Bun B. On December 16, 2014, Bangz released the "Progression V: Young Texas Playa" mixtape, which was produced primarily by Austinite Kydd Jones and Sound M.O.B. (who produced Kirko's previous #1 hit "Drank In My Cup); the mixtape featured artists such as Texas heavyweights Bun B and Riff Raff. On July 21, 2015, it was announced that Bangz signed with 300 Entertainment. On February 19, 2016, Bangz released his debut Extended play, titled "Playa Made". Then on August 26, 2016, Bangz released brand new mixtape titled "Back Flossin'"
Allmusic critic David Jeffries stated, "The questionable consensus on mushed-mouth party rapper Gucci Mane is that his mixtapes beat his official albums by a mile, but The Appeal is another worthy, aboveground effort, holding more highlights than your everyday release while broadening the man's horizons (something that certainly needed to happen). With ethereal production from the Neptunes and rapper Nicki Minaj delivering lines that are much more nimble than naughty ('I'm all that I can be/And I'll admit, I'm appalled when you envy/Cause you can do it too/I just happen to be the girl that they threw it to'), 'Haterade' is like nothing in Gucci's earlier catalog, and when the closing 'Grown Man' finds the usually sloth-like rapper rapidly explaining his family tree — and all the bad apples that fell from it — it's downright shocking and solid. On the other hand, he's lost none of his steadily stoned and constantly throwed appeal as he makes his somewhat slow guest Bun B sound like Twista on the opening 'Little Friend.' Better still is when he confuses women and cash on the entirely Gucci 'Making Love to the Money,' or gets ridiculous and between the beats on the decent roller 'Gucci Time' ('White boy wasted, frat boy wasted/ Amazin' like my bracelet I'm flossin/R.I.P. the mic, the ice got my chest moon walkin'). If there's a problem, it's that mass appeal isn't even considered and there are no grand singles for the radio heads to savor. This one is for those who would still love The State vs. Radric Davis even if the breakthrough hits 'Lemonade' and 'Wasted' weren't included."