Freak Nasty was hardly a talented rapper — he was clumsy and frequently tripped more than his rhymes — but he did have the ability to write an incessantly catchy melody with “Da Drop.” After his initial record, Freak Nasty, didn’t make a direct effect in 1994, the Southern-based rapper appeared destined to fade. Rather, he and his creation group concocted the ridiculously basic and naggingly catchy “Da Drop,” driven mainly by way of a bass groove and lyrical connect. The one was highlighted on Freak Nasty’s second record, Controversee…That’s Lifestyle…And That’s the way in which It Is, that was released in nov 1996. On the wintertime and springtime of 1997, “Da Drop” became an underground strike, ultimately crossing over in to the mainstream in the summertime of 1997. It remained over the graphs for weeks, however the record itself never became popular. Dowhatchafeel appeared the next calendar year, and in the springtime of 2000, Freak Nasty resurfaced with Which Method Is Up. Through the remaining 10 years, he released the albums Freak Nasty Globe and Freaknotic/Crunk Town.
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|Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2||2015||writer: "Da' Dip" - as Eric Henry Timmons|
|Booty Call||1997||performer: "Da' Dip" / producer: "Da' Dip" / writer: "Da' Dip"|
|Caress of the Vampire 2||1996||Video||Freak|
|2 Live Crew Feat. KC of KC & the Sunshine Band and Freak Nasty: 2 Live Party||1998||Short|
|2 Live Crew Feat. KC of KC & the Sunshine Band and Freak Nasty: 2 Live Party||1998||Short||Himself|
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