Spank rock and benny blanco are bangers & cash
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Spank Rock and Benny Blanco Are "Bangers & Cash" is an EP by Philadelphian Virginian alternative hip hop group Spank Rock and record producer Benny.
Description:Reflecting Baltimore's fertile but rarely exported club scene, Spank Rock tracks were influenced by the skeletal breakbeats of electro and bass, glitch and grime, while Juwan proved up to the task of conjuring the hyper-sexual rhymes necessary for a genuine Baltimore flavor. While Juwan was in the middle of recording his second full-length he faced some reservations from his label, delaying the process. Period Mos Def, Talib Kweli helped him decide on rap as a career and Philadelphia as a starting point. Both grew up in Baltimore, though never met until both had been making music elsewhere for several years. Ultimately, after regaining rights to the masters, he released it on his own Bad Blood Records in Also Available in iTunes About Spank Rock Reflecting the party rap atmosphere of Baltimore's club scene, Spank Rock arrived as one of the best things to happen to both underground hip-hop and dirty rap, a pair of styles that rarely intermingle. XXXchange also recorded a mix album, Voila, that married his bruising beats to a succession of pop songs from the '60s, '70s, and '80s.