When it comes to hip hop culture, ratchet music plays a big part. According to Wikipedia, “ratchet is a slang term in hip hop. The word ratchet first appeared in publication in 1992, with the song I’m So Bad by UGK. In 2004, a new version of the song featuring Lil’ Boosie was recorded. The producer of the song named Earl Williams, also known as Phunk Dawg, wrote the definition in the CD liner notes: “n., pron., v, adv., 1. To be ghetto, real, gutter, nasty.”
For this competition, we chose to work with Woah Vicky, @imwoahvicky, as she was recently publicized for a fight with Bhad Bhadie. Woah Vicky is a queen of virality and has amassed a serious following, but one thing is for sure – she is herself. Hip hop is big on authenticity and no one has questioned whether the fight with Bhad Bhadie was a ploy.
As entertaining as ratchet music can be, in the past, some politicians and other figureheads from outside the hip hop culture have used ratchet music as a reason to ban certain artists from selling their music and performing. Now is your chance to express yourself by uploading your content.
Most artists know ratchet music or videos will get them seen or heard. Drama and wild videos are a perfect ingredient to go viral, and this competition just fuels that fire. In addition to exposure, the winner gets cash and a shout out on the viral queen’s page.
One City is searching for the most ratchet songs and videos. Submit content to www.onecityent.com. You win money and exposure!!! Worldwide exposure!!!
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