Never jammed them but i'm from houston so it is in my blood to hate on D Town
Never jammed them but i'm from houston so it is in my blood to hate on D Town
Neither can match up to H-town at the moment....
But it should be a Texas.....How can you not fuck with DSR being a Houston fan.....Some of they're best work has featured H-town finest...Bun B, Trae, Z-ro hell even chamillionaire's fuckin with those DSR boys....
You dont see New Orleans beefin with Shreveport...Atlanta beefin with Decatur.......
Most SUC members have respect and have colaborated at one time with someone from the DSR Camp
And people were going back and fourth with freestyles LONG before swishahouse....
Big Tuck is a beast, and anyone i dont see how anyone who has actually have him a chance can say otherwise
yea i try to not hate the older i get. but its like people from dtown dont even recognize the beef. it should be texas unite, but its like dtown/sa/atown are puttin in a nickle and takin out a bill. Htown put texas on the map (also a lot of my thoughts come from sports opinions). i am going to check it out thou just cuz gambino said my suc peeps are down with them. I jammed freestyle kings back in the day and it was not that tight; it was kinda like an even more bootleg swisha house. So i seem to relate dallas music with the freestyle kings, prob not the best thing for my opinion either. Either way texas unite, im movin to dtown in a year any ways.
Tryin to be open minded,
ps. - just thought i would say that i dont just hate on other cities, i am also not a big fan of the northside of houston. i am from the southwest so havin a swisha house tape is like against an understood screw code of the southside of the H. but since almost all the SUC members are gone i jam the northside NEW shit, but i rely on grey tapes for most of my musical entertainment.
man dsr goes fuckin hard, i jam they shit 24/7... perfect music to get blowed to. lol.
ive been trying to get fat b and tum on some beats too.
that's that texa's version of crunk music D.S.R.
Straight up yall mother fuckas crazy talkin bout only tuck n tum wreck shit go listen to Vol. 1-5 cd they classics and yall need to show the past members respect cuz they went hard too O'E Tha Thrilla, Harry O' AKA Big Hurt, Choppa, Ken Dawg, Psycho B, Mr. Wills, A Wax, P cotrain, and DJ Curious
hating is for bitches and lames?
im from Dallas, never lived in Houston but i bang my screw daily and
i love me some SUC...
i never even heard of Dallas Houston beef.
btw DSR has collabbed with many Houston boys..
Tuck, Trae, and Ro - U Niggas aint Real
Tum, Tuck, and Rob G (and alotta other niggas) - reppin my block mega remix
thats the worst bullshit ive ever seen on this site...
smh hating on a town from ur own state...
thats a damn shame...
u have my sympathy
and them LBP niggas
Cat Daddy and such
and them JOB niggas
Lil Deck, KO, Tazz, C-Hen, 1-2, etc.
but u gotta be a hardcore underground fan to kno them niggas
and u heard of Big Hurt!?!?!
thats my nigga!
im not sayin figuratively
like i used to chill wit him all the time!
he moved into the Reserve wit me in irving a while back.
he was my homegurl GG's brother.
he be wreckin!
we wrecked some shit together a few times but none of it ever dropped cause we never really finished it
we just fucked around alot...
What the fuck....Old schools on my feet
If you listened to D.S.R. you know what im talkin bout
i saw D.S.R. live before and damn they sure rock the place!!
my fav freestyle was off choppin em up 6 track 16 tum tum fat bastard choppa wow i like that shit they get all out of breath and shit
Hell Yeah i know who big hurt is i been bangin them boys i aint one of these mothafuckas that bareley catchin on to this underground shit nobody ever talks about them cuz they dont know whats up. did he have any other underground besides with dsr(i heard him on a old mixtape from Dallas Hard Hittaz)? and yeah i forgot to mention LBP R.I.P Diamond Dawg, shit that boy Lil' Rick AKA Sunny be wreckin too from Mesquite. but i aint gone lie i aint heard of them JOB niggas what are some of there mixtapes?
them niggas was cool
found out about them in like 04
cell phone beat
on my screens
drop the top
... my grill gotta cadillac toothbrush
so when it smile it say bling bling bling!
*ring* watch the nextel ring
lol... think that was the hit em high hit em low beat
I don't even think there's really munch of DSr left at
before I left Dallas tum and tuck was doin there own thing and george was pushin fat b.
but wut do
I really know. LOL
I heard DSR a few times, but not too much on them. This was a while back like in 2002-3 some where in that time frame. They went off from what I heard. I got to get more from them. Any suggestions?
Shit get Volumes 1-5 if you can DSR Vol. 1 Freestyle Massacre, Vol. 2 From Dallas 2 Da Kappa, Vol. 3 Untamed Gorillas, Vol. 4 The Pre-Game, Vol. 5 North 2 da South they go the hardest
but them hoes ultra rare out of print so youll probly only find em bootlegg i got em all og
R.I.P. Diamond Dawg
and did nobody even mention Lil Ronnie?? i think that nigga go harder than tum tum sometimes
Heres some of em
The song is called From the D To the Springs.
We also got another with Dr. Dres son (Hood Surgeon aka Curtis Young) Called Ima Do It Yall check it out, we got a bangin on the way featuring Curtis Young and Devin the Dude so yal stay tuned
Dirty South Rydaz or DSR is a southern musical rap group from Dallas, Texas with current members Big Tuck, Tum Tum, Fat Bastard, Double T, Lil' Ronnie,and Addiction.Dj Curious formed the group D.S.R. by compiling together the best rappers from the Dallas area. Dj Curious worked with the original members Big Tuck, Addition & o'e Tha Thrilla (DSP), P-Cotrain & A-Wax per his mixtape series Dj Curious Presents... George Lopez saw that Dj Curious had put together some great mixtapes using Dallas Freestyle Artists and wanted to take the undergroud rap in Dallaz, Tx to another level. George Lopez got with Dj Curious and asked him to start a group called Dirty South Rydaz (DSR) which would consist of the best freestyle arist that rapped for Dj Curious at the time. After a few weeks of contemplating doing this, Dj Curious got his core members together and recorded "The Freestyle Massacre Vol. 1" in January of 2002. Upon completing "Freestyle Massacre" Dj Curious ran into an old friend Chopper at T-Town Music Store while dropping off the master disk for pressing. Chopper told Dj Curious that he and some freinds just recorded a demo and wanted to get down with DSR. Dj Curious asked for the demo and Chopper stated that was their only copy and insisted that he and his friends freestyle for him, the friends were Tum-Tum, Fat Bastard, and Double-T. After that they were put into the group and into the recording studio two weeks later recording "From Dallas To The Kappa Vol. 2". Dj Curious & George Lopez brought both clicks together and made the classic "Untammed Gorillas Vol.3" Double Disk. This Album was recorded in March of 2002. Then in the summer of 2002 (June) the Dirty South Rydaz recorded "The Pre-Game Vol. 4" DSR's 4th Freestyle Album (No Pen or No Pad). After this album they couldn't be denied and their buzz picked up and they started recording their first studio album with original tracks in July. The Album & "Vol. 5" was recored at the same time. The "Vol. 5" mixtape was released in August of 2002 and The Album was released shortly thereafter in September of 2002. But along with success comes problems, Founding member Dj Curious & George Lopez childhood friends came into differences. So they came to a mutual agreement to he would leave the group. But the Dirty South Rydaz contiuted to put together countless hit underground albums & mixtapes which lead to the signing to Universal Records.
just figured yall need to kno some of the history behind these niggas
I record at the same studio they do. Session works in Hurst TX. I have nothing but love for them and wish them the best. When they first came out their game was mainly freestyles and now they have grown on to separate albums to gain individuality. I hear a lot of people say a lot of negative things about G.L. .
G.L. owns T town music in the Bruton Bazaar and he used to sell bootlegs until the Feds dropped by now all the cd's have bar codes and shit. That was back in the day . But back in the day what shop in the hood didn't sell bootlegs.
Anyone know the song or album in where Tum Tum makes a Street Fighter reference? I think Fat B is on it too but that probably isn't helpful since they both are on a lot of joints together.
I can't remember which album it was on
But I'll try to narrow it down
United We Stand
All Eyez On Us
one of those...
on the cool, I'm from Dallas and I wish DSR was the truth- but for real they just jock H Town style
Like their old stuff would be like I was jamming Flip or old Screw Tapes
I dig their shit- I dig the fact that there are rappers from my city doin big things- but I they're average at best
Tuck goes hard, for real- Purple Hulk was dope and that Danger Song w/ Erika Badu was tite (2 south dallas artists together)
However for artistic talent and actually saying something- I'm still waiting
I used to jam a gang of old shit
Tum Tum- fuck u pay me, tumma tum laden, 2k9
Fat B- get in my belly
Tuck- Sgt Tuck, Purple Huck, Absolute Truth ( i think the name)
I had some group stuff too- but I think Lucci & Pookie are way better- just bad at business-
Say what you want about DSR- George Lopez a business man for real!
yea they were da shit down here in dallas grove side back wen they first started cuz they were just doing that shit for fun
but soon as they got that deal dey went downhill form dere
shit some of they shit go hard but not as hard as it use to go
dem freestyles wit fat b tum tuck ronnie were nun but classics
i say the best album out of them was
Big Tuck: Purple Hulk (TX classic)
second would be
Tum Tum: Tum Thousand ans Six
but the most underrated of them all is Addiction. I would say his album is also one of their best also
Addiction: Gold Teeth Rabbit
from maybe 02-07 just about anywhere i'd go in dallas that's what everyone was jammin..and to this day i don't know 1 person who doesn't know at least 75% of the lyrics to purple hulk..fuck em all was the last good mixtape they dropped before g.lo signed it all over to universal..fat and tum are stll dropping pretty jammin ass music though IMO
someone said they bootleg swishahouse i wouldnt even compare them to swisha they a bootleg version of 3rd degree none them go harder than any of 3d guys (ken kyle live mark g) but they name dsr is thoed as fuk
^^^^^^U crazy nigga they go way harder than the house(not the original but the prsent) n 3rd degree fat bastard will dismantle they click by himself
u stupid u dont know what u sayin