During the 2003-2004 period, Crunk music took hip hop over. Lil Jon was the man behind that and he wasted no time establishing his movement. His BME label quickly signed Lil’ Scrappy and Trillville, having immediate success with their double album debut.
Lil’ Scrappy would become one of the biggest figures, in reality TV. Over the past decade, Scrappy has changed his entire image, via “Love & Hip Hop Atlanta.” Trillville, meanwhile, has kept themselves going, performing their hits, and Don P is still in the mix.
Recently, Lil’ Scrappy and Don P stopped by Power 106, in Los Angeles. Them, along with Vince Phillips, the BME co-founder, spoke on the “Some Cut” history. Scrappy explained how Lil Jon rocking his head, making his chair squeak formed the infamous “Some Cut” beat, as they then spoke on the re-release of the Atlanta crunk classics.