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5th Oct '15 6:36:04 PM Allronix
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* Travis Shredd is a Seattle area band that started when a music teacher was dared to mix country, metal, and rap. The novelty act has such songs as "Neighbor of the Beast" (about Satan living in the next trailer over in the trailer park) and "My Ex-wife's Lawyer is the Antichrist."
2nd Jun '15 4:56:40 PM viveret
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2nd Jun '15 4:36:20 PM viveret
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16th Feb '15 8:52:51 AM Patachou
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Hip Hop and Country music have been fused in different variations since the 1980s - one of the more notable early efforts is The Music/BeastieBoys sampling from the ''{{Deliverance}}'' soundtrack on their 1989 album ''Paul's Boutique'', and Music/DeLaSoul using a sample from [[Music/GeorgeClinton Parliament]]'s "Little Ole Country Boy" for the chorus of "Potholes in My Lawn", in the same year. Some modern Country artists have incorporated Hip Hop influences into their music, and collaborated with popular rappers, and there are also artists devoted primarily or solely to Country Rap fusions.

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Hip Hop and Country music have been fused in different variations since the 1980s - one of the more notable early efforts is The Music/BeastieBoys sampling from the ''{{Deliverance}}'' ''Film/{{Deliverance}}'' soundtrack on their 1989 album ''Paul's Boutique'', ''Music/PaulsBoutique'', and Music/DeLaSoul using a sample from [[Music/GeorgeClinton Parliament]]'s "Little Ole Country Boy" for the chorus of "Potholes in My Lawn", in the same year. Some modern Country artists have incorporated Hip Hop influences into their music, and collaborated with popular rappers, and there are also artists devoted primarily or solely to Country Rap fusions.
7th Oct '14 10:42:45 AM Twentington
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* Music/CledusTJudd has "Gone Funky", a parody of Music/AlanJackson's "Gone Country" that has three displaced country artists turning to rap (basically making it an inversion of the original). The chorus has a rap production to it as well.
23rd Jul '14 9:24:23 AM Twentington
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* TheBellamyBrothers' 1987 single "Country Rap," which coincidentally shares its name with this trope. The song just missed the top 30 of the ''Billboard'' Hot Country Singles chart, and was just one way brothers Howard and David experimented with other styles and genres in their music; for instance, "Get into Reggae Cowboy" -- which used (guess what) reggae as its main beat -- became a top 20 country hit in 1982.

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* TheBellamyBrothers' The Bellamy Brothers' 1987 single "Country Rap," which coincidentally shares its name with this trope. The song just missed the top 30 of the ''Billboard'' Hot Country Singles chart, and was just one way brothers Howard and David experimented with other styles and genres in their music; for instance, "Get into Reggae Cowboy" -- which used (guess what) reggae as its main beat -- became a top 20 country hit in 1982.



* Music/CowboyTroy, including his guest raps with Big and Rich

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* Music/CowboyTroy, Cowboy Troy, including his guest raps with Big and Rich



* While not a direct example, Music/MontgomeryGentry's "If You Ever Stop Loving Me" has a turntable scratch in it.

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* While not a direct example, Music/MontgomeryGentry's Montgomery Gentry's "If You Ever Stop Loving Me" has a turntable scratch in it.



* Music/TimWilson played it for laughs on "Hillbilly Homeboy".

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* Music/TimWilson Creator/TimWilson played it for laughs on "Hillbilly Homeboy".



* "Ready Set Roll" by Music/ChaseRice has a rapid-fire rap in the second verse and overall strong hip-hop beat.

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* "Ready Set Roll" by Music/ChaseRice Chase Rice has a rapid-fire rap in the second verse and overall strong hip-hop beat.
13th Jul '14 9:07:21 AM m8e
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* The Bellamy Brothers' 1987 single "Country Rap," which coincidentally shares its name with this trope. The song just missed the top 30 of the ''Billboard'' Hot Country Singles chart, and was just one way brothers Howard and David experimented with other styles and genres in their music; for instance, "Get into Reggae Cowboy" -- which used (guess what) reggae as its main beat -- became a top 20 country hit in 1982.

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* The Bellamy Brothers' TheBellamyBrothers' 1987 single "Country Rap," which coincidentally shares its name with this trope. The song just missed the top 30 of the ''Billboard'' Hot Country Singles chart, and was just one way brothers Howard and David experimented with other styles and genres in their music; for instance, "Get into Reggae Cowboy" -- which used (guess what) reggae as its main beat -- became a top 20 country hit in 1982.



* Bubba Sparxxx
* Colt Ford
* Cowboy Troy, including his guest raps with Big and Rich
* Nappy Roots

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* Bubba Sparxxx
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* Colt Ford
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* Cowboy Troy, Music/CowboyTroy, including his guest raps with Big and Rich
* Nappy RootsMusic/NappyRoots



* Country singer Neal [=McCoy=] recorded a hip-hop version of the ''TheBeverlyHillbillies'' theme song for TheMovie.
* Stitch Mouth

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* Country singer [[Music/NealMcCoy Neal [=McCoy=] McCoy]] recorded a hip-hop version of the ''TheBeverlyHillbillies'' theme song for TheMovie.
* Stitch MouthMusic/StitchMouth



* While not a direct example, Montgomery Gentry's "If You Ever Stop Loving Me" has a turntable scratch in it.
* Some people argue that Charlie Daniels' "The Devil Went Down to Georgia" was the first rap song. Think about it.

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* While not a direct example, Montgomery Gentry's Music/MontgomeryGentry's "If You Ever Stop Loving Me" has a turntable scratch in it.
* Some people argue that Charlie Daniels' Music/CharlieDaniels' "The Devil Went Down to Georgia" was the first rap song. Think about it.



* CW [=McCall=]'s "Convoy" and "Wolf Creek Pass" are also arguably early examples of rap.
* TimWilson played it for laughs on "Hillbilly Homeboy".
* Brother Ali's "Uncle Sam Goddamn" has a blues-influenced beat that helps it criticize the U.S. government for its involvement in the slave and the crack cocaine trade and for its failure to provide for the poor.
* "Ready Set Roll" by Chase Rice has a rapid-fire rap in the second verse and overall strong hip-hop beat.

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* [[Music/CWMcCall CW [=McCall=]'s McCall]]'s "Convoy" and "Wolf Creek Pass" are also arguably early examples of rap.
* TimWilson Music/TimWilson played it for laughs on "Hillbilly Homeboy".
* Brother Ali's Music/BrotherAli's "Uncle Sam Goddamn" has a blues-influenced beat that helps it criticize the U.S. government for its involvement in the slave and the crack cocaine trade and for its failure to provide for the poor.
* "Ready Set Roll" by Chase Rice Music/ChaseRice has a rapid-fire rap in the second verse and overall strong hip-hop beat.


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20th Jun '14 3:44:35 PM Twentington
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* "Ready Set Roll" by Chase Rice has a rapid-fire rap in the second verse and overall strong hip-hop beat.
* Music/FloridaGeorgiaLine do some rapping in the second verse of "This Is How We Roll".
12th Nov '13 7:05:16 AM TrustBen
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This fusion has been traced back to before Hip Hop was even invented, as a lot of blues and country artists displayed vocal styles which were similar to rapping. One journalist traced the origins of Country Rap to Woody Guthrie.

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This fusion has been traced back to before Hip Hop was even invented, as a lot of blues and country artists displayed vocal styles which were similar to rapping. One journalist traced the origins of Country Rap to Woody Guthrie.
Guthrie. Some spoken-word songs by the Sons of the Pioneers also have rap-like elements.



* Cowboy Troy

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* Cowboy TroyTroy, including his guest raps with Big and Rich
12th Apr '13 3:11:47 PM Ptorquemada
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* CW McCall's "Convoy" and "Wolf Creek Pass" are also arguably early examples of rap.

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* CW McCall's [=McCall=]'s "Convoy" and "Wolf Creek Pass" are also arguably early examples of rap.
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