Tuesday 21 April 2015

With love

First time I heard Drop That Kitty by Ty Dolla $ign, Charli XCX & Tinashe, my reaction was "lmao what a trainwreck!" Then I heard Westwood using Charli XCX's hook in the mix and had to admit he was on to something. Then I saw the effect Westwood using the hook in the mix had on the female population at his last party up here and was forced to conclude that a 5/5 hook had found itself trapped in a 1.5/5 song.

Then I had an epiphany, yo - what if I were to ask Jack The Snipper AKA DJ Step One to perform song-saving surgery on Drop That Kitty by looping Charli XCX's opening hook 5 times and adding a vocal sample of one of Mrs Slocombe's double-entendre's about her pet cat from the classic British sitcom Are You Being Served? We hit up the Holby City operating theatre together and emerged victorious with the Carry On Ratchet equivalent of Davy DMX's One For The Treble:

$low Combez - Pussy Goin' Ham (Drop That Kitty Martorialist remix)
(From the internet; 2015)

On topic: if D-Block & Clinton Sparks could transform the Cheers theme into the best stick-up kid anthem since Ante Up on Take Everything You Got then just imagine what the Ghetto D-era Miller Brothers & Beats By The Pound could have done with the Are You Being Served? theme.


Ruben said...

Septics gonna be pissed.

d said...

Im afraid to hear the og in case it sours this

Mad the Lox used the Cheers theme twice

that one vs Dayton Family though


way more commited/involved at least anyways

d said...

Its obv funnier too

Kelvin Mack10zie said...

D-Block wins.

Gun shot FX over the Cheers theme + no Eminem soundin' ass flows >>>>

d said...

just realised while watching there ICP are in it cos Dayton Family were signed to their label, went "lol wonder if Above The Law and Vanilla Ice were aswell" then checked and Cold 187um and Vanilla Ice were aswell

Zwoop nation said...

Wow that Dayton Family video is really something. Speechless. Thank you for that.