Posts Tagged ‘Thick Life’

Take fellow homo-hop artists Cazwell and Johnny Dangerous, add in some of that twisted EL-P flavor and you’ll get close — just close — to the sound of Big Dipper.  The Chicago-born Brooklyn-based rapper, who infamously now withholds his real name, has received critical acclaim for his playful tales of hot big boy sex over some big beats. Details Magazine dubbed BD as one of hip-hop’s queer pioneers in 2012. And he’s taking 2013 out with a bang.

In October, BD released his second mixtape, Thick Life, and the video for the track, “Dick Hang Low” which leaves very little to the imagination with a whole lot to look at. He’s also filled the latter half of the year with a slew of live shows in New York and San Francisco. He talks up his inspirations, bears and hip-hop and OMG! KELLY ROWLAND! in an exclusive Q&A with J.W. Richard of Groove Loves Melody for Flair Gun. Photos via Facebook.

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White bears can rap and Big Dipper proves that in his newest video for “Dick Hang Low,” a track from his latest mixtape Thick Life and how can we get a hold of one of those copies? And so what can we say about the DIY vid that looks like it was filmed just down the street of your mom’s neighborhood. Ummm, that it’s awesome. Filmed in Portland, the portly homo-hopper prancersizes down the street with a bag of chips, humps a forsaken mattress and twerks his curvy, beefy body to no end. You may write it off as comedy, but Dipper has some decent flow chops and lyric construction. But don’t let us get in the way. Take a look, pick your jaw up off the ground and then just agree that Big Dipper is hip-hop in a whole new way.

Watch “Dick Hang Low” after the jump.

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