Name that lyric help

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  1. Blu

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    Ok I heard a song on the radio today and I want to find out who sings it.

    It was a funny alternative rap tune.

    The lyrics I heard were "boys in the hood, slap the ho, something about a el camino" but it was hilarious, I couldn't hear the whole thing because of the noise in the area at work.

    P.S. They sounded a lot like the Bloodhound Gang but I don't think it was them at all.
     
  2. Ted Lee

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  3. Blu

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    Mucho Gracias!!!!
     
  4. Todd Stout

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    That sounds like it must have been influenced by the NWA and Eazy E song Boyz-N-The-Hood. That song includes the following lyrics:
    "Cruisin down the street in my six-fo'
    Jockin the bitches, slappin the hoes"

    and
    "A car pulls up, who can it be?
    A fresh El Camino rolled, Kilo G
    He rolls down his window and he started to say
    It's all about makin that GTA"

    as well as
    "Cuz the boyz n tha hood are always hard
    You come talkin that trash we'll pull your card
    Knowin nothin in life but to be legit
    Don't quote me boy, cuz I ain't sayin shit"

    http://www.eazy-e.com/lyrics/eazyduzit5.html
    The song was originally done by NWA on their first album and then was redone by Eazy E on his first solo album.
     
  5. Camp

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    The Dynamite Hack version is hilarious. Its presentation makes fun of the whole Rap image and supposed lifestyle. I bet the guys in Dynamite Hack aren't exactly welcomed in that part of the music community.
     
  6. Todd Stout

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    I haven't heard the new version. Is it a parody of the original? (I assume so)

    I was never really a big fan of rap music myself (I was a real headbanger back then) and I'm not all that familiar with the genre. For some reason I thought NWA and Eazy-E were pretty cool though (along with a few others).
     

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