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Since the early '90s, New Orleans has produced many classics in the hyperactive subgenre of hip-hop called bounce—but the crossdressing performer Big Freedia found ways to make a great thing even better when he started recording in 1999. This collection collects the underground singles he released between then and his breakthrough year of 2010. Most of these songs make early bounce classics seem dull by comparison. “Gin in My System,” “Rock Around the Clock,” and “Ya’ll Get Back Now” don’t only capture the spirit of the genre—they embody the wild soul of New Orleans itself.

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big freedia, d**k eata

It's a shame that most people won't realize how revolutionary this stuff is. I truly believe that Big Freedia, along with Katey Red (amongst others), will go down in civil rights and New Orleans history one day. If u like booty poppin block party music, this is ur s**t.

azz everywhere

good. freedia finally gettin some good exposure. bounce artists need to be more accessible outside the 504 if they wanna get that major money. glad to see this.

Big Freedia Fan

I love me some Freedia. I'm so glad after all these years Our New Orleans Bounce Music is finally getting recognized ! Keep doing your thing Freedia, rep for us New Orleaneans.


Born: January 28, 1978 in New Orleans, LA

Genre: Hip-Hop

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

A veteran of the New Orleans music scene who took the city's bounce music movement national around 2010, the flamboyant diva known as Big Freedia was born with the less fabulous name Freddie Ross. A fan of Sylvester, Michael Jackson, and Patti LaBelle while growing up, Freedia joined the bounce movement in 1998 when she joined drag queen and bounce artist Katey Red's posse. Attracted by the music's furious hip-hop beats and house music vocals, Freedia released her own bounce single, "An Ha, Oh Yeah,"...
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