Mannie Fresh Explains New Orleans Bounce Music In Documentary

posted Sunday January 27 ,2013 at 09:56PM CST | 6 comments

Mannie Fresh Explains New Orleans Bounce Music In Documentary

Mannie Fresh delves in his hometown's particular style of Hip Hop.

Mannie Fresh has long been a staple of the New Orleans music scene, so it's no surprise that he's involved in a documentary regarding one of New Orleans most enduring musical traditions: Bounce Music.

"Most people who come to New Orleans, the first time they hear it, they embrace it. They like, 'What the hell is that?'" said Mannie Fresh of the musical sub-genre, which is a call-and-response style of Hip Hop that often mixes two beats: the "Triggerman Beat" and the "Brown Beat."

"Then you see how people react to it at a party, and you already hooked on it. You got the crowd so hype," he added.

"Bounce Music would be the essence of Hip Hop... It's really just raw beats and response," explained Fresh. "Most [Bounce] artists will sell their own tape, their own merchandise, all of that."

Watch the documentary below:

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  • Skinner
    Didn't know New Orleans is ugly (and gay) like that.
  • Fuck The South
    The fifth Ninja Turtle explains New Orleans' Trash Music in documentary.
  • Anonymous
    Yo this music is coonery at its finest
  • Cray
    Damn, ya'll tricked me into watchin a Gay Rap Documentary...shoulda threw Trinidad James up in there.
  • G Clappa
    Why's is gay doe
  • Anonymous
    Good documentary, N.O. 'Bounce' music is one of my all time faves as far as the sub genres in Hip Hop go. The 1st generation Cash Money Records artists (early-mid 90's) put out some classics, PxMxWx put out some good cuts while Mannie Fresh (of course) dropped that signature Bounce sound that ultimately tied it all together.