Scrilla is money, chedda, fetta, cheese. It became one of those words that instantly lent street cred to even the most suburban peckerwood setting. His computer would go “No Diggity” five times a day and every time, we would all start laughing. In a jiggy world, the suits are always shiny and silver, the wigs are always a natural neon blue, the economy is indelibly Big Willie Clintonian. what up? aks – another word for “ask”; a way of saying hip hop artists don’t give a shit about pronouncing words correctly. –Alex Piyevsky I was done. In the 500 years of books that Google tracks, it’s never been used once. Hip hop slang phrases bust a nut – ejaculate bust a move – to act first in an altercation, to perform a dance step. No worries though, since “whoadie” seemed to only be popular with a few crews during the early 2000s, then a couple of offshoots from then on. Floor seats every game. OG -n.- Original Gangster. According to some New York City rappers the term “730” originated from mental health patients receiving their medication at 7:30 am and 7:30 pm. Yes! This particular style of hip hop slang was created specifically by certain hip hop artists. Erroneously, some people believe Def to stand for ‘definitive’ or ‘definitely’ but the only case of that being true is with Def Jux, who was sued by Def Jam for use of the name in 2001. Scrilla makes the world go round. He thought it was funny at first, but then it started to bother him. Bozack is nothing if not versatile. Though used and popularized by M.C.s, most of these words were not coined by any M.C. Mo’ money, mo’ problems – the eternal conundrum of success; the more money you get, the more problems you have. Instead, they were taken from the local street slang of each M.C.’s area. This makes for a very effective descriptive noun. I’m also dying to be on the other side of the equation, to put it to use in a very appropriate moment. da bomb – the bomb; cool, appealing, or popular, keep it trill – keep it true and real (true + real = trill). AFEW X BEAMS X ASICS GEL-LYTE 3 “ORANGE KOI”, fizzle – can be female, fuck, flatulate or any number of words starting with the letter F, hizzle – hook, as in the phrase “off the hook”, shiznit – shit (usually in a general positive sense); used especially in the phrase “Thats tha Shiznit!”. I knew her back in high school but we never got together until we were grownups and it was pretty chill to be out with a girl you were vibing back when you were 17. Burger King’s got decent fries but come on. No diggity. 12. –Trey Kerby “I’ma bust a cap in yo’ ass.” = “I will shoot you.”), dog (also “dogg” and “dawg”) -n.- a close and trusted friend, ghost -v.- to leave, leave quietly, quickly. Uh. So the ending of a word is removed, and replaced with the -izzle suffix. The language used in Rap Music in the United States of America is highly influenced by the African American culture so that a lot of slang words came from the African American language. (e.g. I mean, you don’t hear Jay-Z rapping about being “snazzy” do you? Or she can merely be down to ride in your 2004 Volkwagon Passat. Honor Pimp C the best way possible. tizzle – tizzy, a state of agitation or nervousness. Bitch is bad unless it’s good. –Nate Patrin, Project Pat, 3-6 Mafia and La Chat dedicated a special track to the most promiscuous of poultry and popularized the saying in 2001. Furthermore, if you’re interested to know more about the language of hip hop, Pudding did an article just about that. I fell in love with my future wife during our second date, when we drove out to Geneva Commons to see a movie. Honey. 7. Scarface told us scrilla is the only way to deal with life. The crew is lampin’ Big Willie-styleCheck the chip-toothed smile, plus I profile wild. Scrilla made it into Merriam-Webster. After all, to our parents, calling someone “buster” was like calling them a “whippersnapper,” and no one says that either. Yo, pay attentionAnd listen real closely how I break this slang shit downCheck it, my weed smoke is my lyeA ki of coke is a pieWhen I’m lifted, I’m highWith new clothes on, I’m flyCars is whips and sneakers is kicksMoney is chips, movies is flicks. –Evan Nabavian. can refer to a fight. Made famous by Public Enemy and brought to the next generation via Yeezy’s use of it in “Get Em High,” to describe the girl he’s trying to hook up with. Feels like the Southern guys who made this happen could have done a little bit better at defining this term that seemed to get famous because it’s very fun to say slowly. No wonder it came out of the Bush years. Westside Connection was wrong. Strolling down mean streets like an urban cowboy, swaggin’ hard with a duster and a sawed off shotgun, just telling fools to break themselves left and right… that’s how a real man rolls. But East Coast heads had already been delegates for years, faithfully tuning into live broadcasts from Redman’s Chickenhead Convention at Jones Beach. You usually hit or get the skinz, though one may also run up in said skinz. Blood vessels poppin’ out my craniumsNiggas aksin’ when the tape gon’ drop but I got nothin’ to say to them. The very sound of it carries a negative connotation, with a shrill overtone for extra kick. Please don’t let her read this. It is capitalist Zen. I don’t know what they want from me It’s like the more money we come about, the more problems we see. Lampin, To loiter or hang out on the streets, like a lamp might do. –Son Raw These words and their meanings would not be found in an English dictionary, but are used in hip hop music slang. 5. – hello, how are you?, or what is going on? 411 – information. bangin’ – of extraordinary quality; attractive or desirable. You gotta do it like a boss. Buster. All rights reserved. Break Yourself. what’s goin’ down? Yo! Why try to pretend like you don’t want to at least circle the perimeter? Can be extended to the even-more desirable “honeydip”. many now simply use the word “word”. “That nigga got shit loads’a ice on his wrist.” = “That guy is wearing a bracelet with a lot of diamonds.”), popes – n. – the police, an abbreviation of po-po. Area legend Mac Dre’s slang for ecstasy, thizz found itself popping up in lyrics bay-wide as a generation of urban kids got turned on to the joys of acting-a-fool on MDMA, leading to some absolutely ridiculous dance-rap songs and mucho teeth-gnashing (the titular thizz face.) Slang is regional and national, different lexicons in almost every county. Rap and slang are as inextricable as Rush Limbaugh and dittoheads; cholula and antacids. -Aaron Matthews No offense to Big Deezy, but when he’s the one guy using the word in the 2010s, it’s pretty obvious that it’s fallen out of favor. Hip hop music’s dictionary uses a variety of slang terms that have changed as hip hop itself has changed over the years. That being said, my mom still says it and I love her very much. We were out of cheese.” Or if I’m getting off the phone: “Alright, man. Your condo is infinite. Bozack, Coined by EPMD, the bozack refers to the collective male organs as a unit (limeys call it ham and eggs). So we clipped it from the Blackstreet song and set it up. As “Blue Mamba,” Trey Kirby suggested, you could listen to Cash Money 1998-2002 and come up with a hundred of these. Due to Covid-19 and increase orders, the delivery may be delayed. Yes, eight years ago, MT-flippin-V realized no one could seriously use “bling bling” anymore. She isn’t your bitch. A term of endearment for an attractive young lady with everything you want, often pluralized with the word “fine” in front. But boodom is forever. Lady is better, but forced. Boo is … –Jeff Weiss, Rap is more obsessed with authenticity than any other genre. If you’re on the bozack, you’re a groupie, a biter. I get it. The deformed, malnourished cousin of “jiggy,” the term “flossy” was used to express one’s intense desire to shine while simultaneously reminding old white folks about the importance of regular dental care. Perhaps best immortalized by Juvenile’s “Flossing Season,” the term has since been relegated to the dust-bin of history, much like the bubble goose parka. Also refers to April 20th, which many people refer to as “Marijuana Day” because of the date. Jiggy is the apex.