"Don't shop in strip malls, I'm overseas for my clothes
jackets handcrafted by a Japanese four year old"
L.E.P Bogus Boyz - Goin' In For The Kill
Yo UK dudes, remember when Rollin' first came out and we were like "ROFL they sampled Robert Miles" but it was kinda cool and then, bada-bing, it totally clicked on the fifth listen and all prior mental baggage involving your raver mate Jason inflicting Euro-trance on you because he was the only one who had a car in 1996 was disposed of? I'm hoping this new L.E.P Bogus Boyz cut which samples that ubiqitous dubstep remix of In For The Kill by that Tilda Swinton lookin' miserable bird La Roux who's not exactly Gemma Arteton in Quantum Of Solace/Joan in Mad Men/Amy in Dr Who/Jessica in True Blood as far as gingers go will tune itself into my wavelength in much the same way Rollin' did to become a quintessential winter jam for the days when the dark eats into all but the in-work hours between 9:30 and 3:30. The five plays which Rollin' took isn't sufficient enough in this instance, though, and I can't see my memories of said ginger bird, dubstep, and 8 out of 10 sales assistants in Urban Outfitters of either sex last year beginnning to evaporate before the 2nd of november at the very earliest, but there's something flickering in this song that I'm digging.
Thomas inadvertently put me onto Chicago's L.E.P Bogus Boys when he posted that Yukmouth song they appeared on a few months back, and, despite the fact they have a name which makes them sound like they're a WCW tag-team in 1994, they got some joints. They even have one with his holiness of ad libbing :
L.E.P Bogus Boyz ft. Jim Jones - Hit The Town
Sampling British chart hits is now the second element of rap after blowjob similies, so I'm considering asking Betfair if they'll take wagers on what songs are used in 2011. I'm thinking Toca's Miracle by Fragma, Rock DJ by Robbie Williams, Gazza's version of Fog On The Tyne, Cotton Eye Joe by The Rednex, the Dunblane tribute record, Turn Around by Phats & Small, and Buck Rogers by Feeder are all absolute certainties.