|Who's That? Brooown!||3:39|
|You Oughta Know||2:56|
|Combination Pizza Hut And Taco Bell||2:58|
|Rainbow In The Dark||3:50|
|Shorty Said (Gordon Voidwell Remix)||3:57|
|Chicken And Meat||3:49|
|I Don't Owe Nobody Shit||3:42|
|I Don't Want To Deal With Those Monsters||3:12|
|One Dollar Can||4:20|
|Coochie Dip City||4:01|
|Deep Ass Shit (You'll Get It When You're High)||3:14|
|Shut Up, Dude||3:19|
|none||Das Racist||Shut Up, Dude (17xFile, MP3, 320)||МИШКА, Greedhead Entertainment||none||US||2010|
|Not On Label||Das Racist||Shut Up, Dude (CDr, Album)||МИШКА, Greedhead Entertainment||Not On Label||US||2010|
Das Racist's Brooklyn-buzz affiliations and humorous bent might mislead you into thinking it's an exercise in cheap laffs for people who don't take rap seriously, but this album feels a lot more like the irreverent hip-hop fanboy mania of ego trip magazine than smarmy genre tourism. Himanshu Kumar Suri aka "Heems" and Victor Vazquez have something elaborate going on, toying with and subverting the rules of hip-hop lyricism even as they pay them respect.
Shut Up, Dude is the first mixtape by American hip hop trio Das Racist. It was released as a free download by Greedhead Music and Mishka on March 29, 2010. A music video was created for "Who's That? Brooown!". Pitchfork included it on the "Top Music Videos of 2010" list, while Rolling Stone included it on the "Best Videos of 2010" list. It was selected to screen at the 2011 Sundance Film Festival. A music video was also created for "Rainbow in the Dark".
Relax is the only studio album by American hip hop trio Das Racist. It was released by Greedhead Music on September 13, 2011. It peaked at number 111 on the Billboard 200 chart. The album is produced by Diplo, El-P, Rostam Batmanglij, and Anand Wilder, among others. It includes guest appearances from El-P, Danny Brown, and Despot. On August 2, 2011, Das Racist released "Michael Jackson", the lead single from the album. The music video for the song was premiered on September 9, 2011.
Shut Up, Dude (2010). You Oughta Know by The Diplomats feat. Cam'ron and Juelz Santana (2008). Twinz (Deep Cover 98) by Big Pun feat. Ek Shahenshah Ne Banwa Ke Hansee by Mohammed Rafi (1964). Big Poppa by The Notorious . Housequake by Prince (1987). Electric Relaxation by A Tribe Called Quest (1993). Lollipop by Lil Wayne feat.
Shut up, Dude by Das Racist, released 31 March 2010 1. Who's That? Brooown! 2. You Oughta Know 3. Combination Pizza Hut & Taco Bell 4. Rainbow in the Dark 5. Fake Patois 6. Nutmeg 7. Shorty Said (Gordon Voidwell Remix) 8. Chicken & Meat 9. I Don't Owe Nobody Shit 10. Ek Shaneesh 11. Hugo Chavez 12. I Don't Want to Deal With Those Monsters 13. Don Dada 14. One Dollar Can 15. Coochie Dip City 16. Deep Ass Shit (You'll Get it When You're High) 17. Shut up, Dude.
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Brooklyn duo Das Racist has released a mixtape called Shut Up, Dude. What's not to love? Well, it's Regine's last podcast.
Sister in the dark with a flashlight I'm walking through the park in the lamp light, I'm a shark on the lamb with the Land mines, darts in the damn eye of the bull The mouth is the eyes of the soul, the soul is the ass of the brain The brain is the back of the train, back of the. bus Acting and such, crack, discuss, act with us Or pack it up, or slice the price to twice as nice and jack it up Who gives a fuck what I'm talking bout? Walk it out, knock em out the spot, let em talk it out Do the wop, baseball bat, all that Fall back, give a fuck about what you wanna call that.
Deep Ass Shit (You'll Get It When You're High) 17. MichuuIl y a 3 jours. I remember first hearing about Das Racist from the Adult Swim Pole Dancing Hero game, Hugo Chavez. This mixtape is a part of my teen years. I remember when I reslased this album working at the radio station in Vegas GLAD YALL STILL LOVE IT. KluKluxKLAMIl y a an. Glad u still love it.