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Skinny Jeanz and a Mic (Pre-Teen Squeaky Clean)

New Boyz

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New Boyz are easily the most popular group to emerge from the Los Angeles-based jerking scene, but their fame is entirely deserved. They have an absolute understanding of their medium, and so far, no jerking group has been able to do more to expand the genre’s template. Obviously “You’re a Jerk” and “Dot Com” are unrepentantly simplistic, but therein lies their genius. At a time when hip-hop has become obsessed with bombast, Skinny Jeanz and a Mic brings rap back to basics. The tricky programming of “So Dope,” “Turnt” and “Colorz” echoes both the booming minimalism of early rap pioneers like Schoolly D, as well as the vertiginous thrills of Timbaland. “Bunz” even partakes in Miami Bass, a long overlooked genre that jerking is helping to revive. It all comes together on “Cricketz,” which is tough and hilarious, and quite possibly the best song the Neptunes never made. Just when it seems like hip-hop might collapse under the weight of its own self-importance, Ben J and Legacy bring back fun and youthfulness.

Customer Reviews

I Luv this cd

This CD rocks I luv New Girl,Youre A Jerk,Tie Me Down!!! This is the best cd ever

Ahh the new boyz<3

the new boyz basically made jerkin poplular again with "your a jerk" i love these songs,especially new girl it has such a new style to it. doin great things new boyz,keep doing it!

This is so hilarious and sad

This is too funny. iTunes titled this specific album "The Pre-Teen Squeaky Clean Version". That title right there is the biggest disgrace to Hip Hop/Rap in many ways. 1. The title says "PRE-TEEN VERSION". What the Heck "PRE-TEEN VERSION"? Who the Hell puts Pre-Teen in the titled? *That makes the album look like it's* in the sub genre "Bubble Gum Rap", made by little kids, for little kids + it make it look cheesy. The original album is explicit so why the title screw up (and a song titled "So Dope")? It should be known as the edited version just like every other Rap CD not a nice "fun!" Kids Bob/Disney special edition super-duper little kid edit. Also a great depression towards the New Boyz. 2. As the CD is titled "Pre-Teen" version this is also a disgrace to children in general as countless amounts of adults are probobly already making fun of them for trying to be cool by listening to "You're A Jerk", etc. Real people will understand what I am saying, but this review will probobly be down in the dumps of the least enjoyed reviews of this CD. If you like the New Boyz by the EXPLICIT/DIRTY/UNCENSORED/UNEDITED version so you don't make a complete fool of yourself.

Biography

Formed: 2005 in Los Angeles, CA

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '00s, '10s

No mere glossy gimmick, despite their youthfulness and their novelty hit, the New Boyz were labeled "the Young Teens of Hip-Hop" by the New York Times before they even had an official single out. Earl "Ben J" Benjamin and Dominic "Legacy" Thomas met in the L.A. suburb of Victorville during their freshman year of high school. While initially nemeses, the pair built a friendship over a shared love of rhyme, and constructed a MySpace site to promote their first single, "Colorz." The duo's big break...
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Hip-Hop/Rap, Music, R&B/Soul, Contemporary R&B
  • Released: Sep 15, 2009

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