Ever heard of country rappers? Blending the two seemingly opposite genres of country music and hip hop, hick hop music has taken the music world by storm. Known also as kuntry or rural rap, which rose to prominence in the early s, has continued to rise and grow in popularity.
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“Ghetto Cowboy," Mo Thugs Family and Bone Thugs-n-Harmony (1998)
Prior to hitting No. More: Is 'Old Town Road' country enough now? Technically released just over 20 years ago, "Ghetto Cowboy" deserves inclusion by firmly falling within the category of country-rap, with the track's harmonica working as the star of the show. While many listeners know Bubba Sparxxx as the one-hit-wonder rapper responsible for 's "Ms.
Sir Mix-A-Lot, ‘Square Dance Rap’ (1985)
There's just no ignoring the hick-hop phenomenon. It's spawned a reality show, viral videos and a thriving fringe scene, along with the traditional measure of country success — chart-topping singles. This current trend was preceded by over half a century of talking-blues-style recordings: Western swinger Tex Williams's "Smoke! But Cash and Co.
Country music and hip-hop have long vacillated between looking to each other for inspiration and staring at each other warily. Here are 29 examples that run the gamut: Billboard chart-toppers and anthems from insular microscenes; shiny, opportunistic pop collaborations and mud-soaked obscurities; novelty records and sincere simpatico style unions. Each one, in its own way, shifted the idea of what country-rap comity could sound like. Little surprise that the first time country music directly nodded at hip-hop was with a lightly arched eyebrow. The hip-hop cowboy gold standard from a Harlem hip-hop originator who took a song about around-the-way squabbles and, via a video filmed at a Western theme park in New Jersey and enough cowboy hats for the whole crew, remade it as an ominous outlaw fantasy. He stumbles upon Thug Queen, a horse-stealing, sheriff-killing vagabond, and they team up for adventures out beyond the margins of the law. One of the first hip-hop songs to make explicit the thematic similarities between hip-hop and country featured H. Early in his solo career, Wyclef Jean was keen to show off just how wide-ranging his ear could be.