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baby gangsta

and BG
n. a baby gangster; a fake gangster. (Streets.) He’s just a baby gangsta. Got a lot of growing to do. Little “BGs” grow up to be real ones.
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David says: "I'm delighted that my Gangsta Granny has made her West End debut
All in all, Gangsta Granny manages to be as much "hip-hop" as "hip op" and really puts the old into old school - go see it.
The first section of this essay examines the origins of and responses to gangsta rap.
He mediates between the poles of what might be labeled the "middle-class uplift" position of appalled critics who view gangsta culture as a badge of racial servitude, and those observers who contend that depicting the "real" conditions of lower-class African American urban life exposes racial injustice and might even offer "revolutionary" inspiration.
While heavy metal downsized and carved out a comfortable niche far outside the musical mainstream, gangsta rap--which conveniently emerged as Middle America's favorite bugaboo just as the Satanic specter of metal was declining--has permeated the culture at large to a degree that is sometimes difficult to fully measure.
Posse's over-the-top depiction of a black, West Coast gangsta rap group and the comics' liberal use of the N-word made me want to figure out what would compel Marra, who is white and grew up in New York, to create such an incendiary work.
Remarkably life-like, down to his signature tattoos, Timberland boots and jewellery, the hologram stalked the stage, swapping phrases with Snoop Dogg and performing 2 of Amerikaz Most Wanted, Come With Me, and Gangsta Party.
Taking a cue from the many gangster movies in B- town, he has named it Gangsta.
50 cent LG Arena, Birmingham GANGSTA rapper 50 Cent may have been lying low-key in recent times but he proved why he has done enough to keep his fans coming back for more year after year.
When he'd finally released Gangsta for Life: The Symphony of David Brooks in 2007, the album played like a collection of the previous year and a half's roughest but also biggest tunes.
The problem with the gangsta shit is it really promotes killing your own at any cost to get your money.
But instead of starting out as a nice, innocuous bit of romantic interest, the 11-time Grammy-winning artist opted for a screen debut that the toughest gangsta raptress might have thought twice about doing.
Nuthin' but a "G" Thang: The Culture and Commerce of Gangsta Rap.
MediaSentry, an investigator retained by the recording industry, had allegedly caught her collecting gangsta rap on her hard drive late one night using peer-to-peer file sharing software.