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Hick Hop

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Original Outlaw Country Hick Hop (Trailer)

Original Outlaw Country Hick Hop

13 Jul 2020

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Ep5: Sooshee - A comedian React youTuber that brought Hick Hop and Aliens to the dinner table

Pls Don't Sue Us

Sooshee is a youTuber in Oklahoma that reacts to conspiracies and trends that seems ridiculous. In this episode we discuss if Aliens are real, how Sooshee makes his well-edited videos, and possible future content for Sooshee in the realm of competitive vaping. From the same creator that brought you reaction videos to Hick Hop and Aliens brings you the Sooshee story here on Another Pls. 

44mins

1 Jun 2020

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Episode 6: Building Stuff and Hick Hop

SURGE BASEBALL & BEYOND ... The Official Podcast of the Wichita Wind Surge

Cookie and Tim talk about the type of manual labor they can do and the type they cannot.  Cookie sits down with Director of Sales and Marketing Brian Turner to chat about his transition from Wingnuts to Wind Surge and also what the term "Hick Hop" means.  

42mins

12 May 2020

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SONGS ON TRIAL #17 Hick Hop vs Lil Nas X

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The LEGENDS of Hick Hop AKA Country Rap

54mins

31 Jul 2019

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EP 10 NRA, Area 51, and...........Hick Hop??????

2A Lifestyle

This episode we discuss a great self defense story where a homeowner used an AR 15 to defend themselves against four home invaders and discuss a bit about home safety in this situation, the NRA leadership circling the wagons and a great organization that is fighting for NRA reform. We also discuss the "Storm the Area 51" Phenomenon because, seriously, its hilarious. In the products reviews we discuss a new modular handgun from ZEV, glocks new "black slim line", and others. In the cultural segment we talk about what Ridley Scott used to defeat aliens in case any of you social media warriors run into some scary aliens September 20th in Area 51. 

55mins

18 Jul 2019

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53. Wu-Tang, Hick Hop, and a little bit of Drake

Margin Call

This week on Margin Call, we welcome Jordan Carreno and Royce Wilder to discuss the current state of Hip Hop, including the new Wu-Tang Documentary series on Showtime and the early favorite for song of the summer: Lil Nas X’s “Old Town Road.” Naturally, Drake comes up. 

39mins

4 Jun 2019

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Episode 33: Hick Hop

Did We Solve It?

International cricket. Inept teachers. The Confederate flag. Redneck rap. White supremacist video games. Eminem’s daughter.

1hr 1min

25 Sep 2018

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Cowboy Troy | country music star, businessman and father of triplets

The Travel Wins

What's it like traveling the world for country music and having triplets at home?A great talk with country music star Cowboy Troy Coleman about his life on the road, balancing work/life commitments, family life and diversification in the music/entertainment business. “It’s kind of that gypsy lifestyle”A six-foot five-inch, hick-hop artist is going to get a response, and Cowboy Troy is okay with the strong reactions and endless questions. “I have crazy intentions,” he says with a grin. But anyone who thinks that the Cowboy Troy experience ends there, doubts his country credentials, or is inclined to dismiss him as a novelty, is in for quite a surprise. “People have different paths,” Troy says. “I’m not going to apologize for my music, because this is who I am. I didn’t just wake up one morning, put on a cowboy hat, and get a gig rapping on a country album. You don’t do something for 15 years on a lark.”Cowboy Troy rapped his way into the country mainstream on the first cut of Big & Rich’s 2004 debut Horse Of A Different Color. And while his admonition to “let go of all your preconceived notions” certainly wasn’t the first time elements of rap had been incorporated into country, it was the boldest statement yet. Explaining the journey that placed Troy Coleman at this unlikely intersection is as complicated as explaining the evolution of American culture. At the same time it’s as simple as the story of a kid from Texas who did what all kids do–he soaked up the world around him.Troy spent his childhood in Ft. Worth, where his dad took him to rodeos and stock shows. “We’d listen to Willie Nelson, Jerry Reed, Charlie Daniels, Kenny Rogers, and other artists who were getting airplay on the adult contemporary stations at that time,” Troy says. “I didn’t realize it was country music, I just knew it was what my parents listened to before they went to work in the morning.” Troy spent his high school years in Dallas and collegiate years in Austin, Texas at the University of Texas.In addition to solo releases [Loco Motive (2005), Black in the Saddle (2007), and Demolition Mission (2009)], Troy has spent time on TV. He’s been a part of the ESPN College Gameday video intro along with Big & Rich since the 2006 football season. He also served as co-host for USA Network’s Nashville Star in 2006 and 2007. Most recently Troy performed on ABC’s Dancing With the Stars on the final episode of 2012 Spring season. His appearance in Big & Rich’s Save a Horse, Ride a Cowboy video, as well as his own I Play Chicken With the Train and Hick Chick videos remind viewers of his “party starter” nature.Troy knows he’s challenging conventional thinking about what country music is, but expects that his music will find its place. “I’ve never been like everybody else and it wouldn’t do me any good to try,” he says. “Some people are going to love it and some are going to hate it, which is probably how it should be because it means they’re talking.” The way Troy sees it, “innovation is a tradition, not a trend or secondary option…authenticity comes in the commitment.” Troy calls Warner Music Nashville his recording home. His latest installment of music, “King of Clubs” was released March 11, 2014.He released his 7th studio album this year called “Laugh With Me”.Troy speaks extensively about his calculated plan to diversify, as the industry constantly changes. Troy also talks about the work/life balances of traveling while being a husband and father of triplets.Troy is one of the good guys and I know he appreciates your follows, comments and likes on his various social media pages.SUBSCRIBEYou can subscribe to The Travel Wins Podcast on Apple Podcasts, SoundCloud, YouTube, iHeart Radio, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, Spreaker, Podnews, Castbox, Overcast, Breaker, Pocket Casts, Radio Public, and Spotify.

1hr 18mins

18 Jul 2018

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Cowboy Troy | country music star, businessman and father of triplets

The Travel Wins

What's it like traveling the world for country music and having triplets at home? A great talk with country music star Cowboy Troy Coleman about his life on the road, balancing work/life commitments, family life and diversification in the music/entertainment business. “It’s kind of that gypsy lifestyle” A six-foot five-inch, hick-hop artist is going to get a response, and Cowboy Troy is okay with the strong reactions and endless questions. “I have crazy intentions,” he says with a grin. But anyone who thinks that the Cowboy Troy experience ends there, doubts his country credentials, or is inclined to dismiss him as a novelty, is in for quite a surprise. “People have different paths,” Troy says. “I’m not going to apologize for my music, because this is who I am. I didn’t just wake up one morning, put on a cowboy hat, and get a gig rapping on a country album. You don’t do something for 15 years on a lark.” Cowboy Troy rapped his way into the country mainstream on the first cut of Big & Rich’s 2004 debut Horse Of A Different Color. And while his admonition to “let go of all your preconceived notions” certainly wasn’t the first time elements of rap had been incorporated into country, it was the boldest statement yet. Explaining the journey that placed Troy Coleman at this unlikely intersection is as complicated as explaining the evolution of American culture. At the same time it’s as simple as the story of a kid from Texas who did what all kids do–he soaked up the world around him. Troy spent his childhood in Ft. Worth, where his dad took him to rodeos and stock shows. “We’d listen to Willie Nelson, Jerry Reed, Charlie Daniels, Kenny Rogers, and other artists who were getting airplay on the adult contemporary stations at that time,” Troy says. “I didn’t realize it was country music, I just knew it was what my parents listened to before they went to work in the morning.” Troy spent his high school years in Dallas and collegiate years in Austin, Texas at the University of Texas. In addition to solo releases [Loco Motive (2005), Black in the Saddle (2007), and Demolition Mission (2009)], Troy has spent time on TV. He’s been a part of the ESPN College Gameday video intro along with Big & Rich since the 2006 football season. He also served as co-host for USA Network’s Nashville Star in 2006 and 2007. Most recently Troy performed on ABC’s Dancing With the Stars on the final episode of 2012 Spring season. His appearance in Big & Rich’s Save a Horse, Ride a Cowboy video, as well as his own I Play Chicken With the Train and Hick Chick videos remind viewers of his “party starter” nature. He released his 7th studio album this year called “Laugh With Me”. Troy speaks extensively about his calculated plan to diversify, as the industry constantly changes. Troy also talks about the work/life balances of traveling while being a husband and father of triplets.

1hr 18mins

18 Jul 2018