“If You Ever Want To Hear Some New Sh*t Out Here, Go To The Strip Clubs”


Hot Spot No. 2

With 2014 finally here and in full effect, SOHH’s reached out to the biggest regional deejays throughout the nation to name the Top 14 Most Surprising Hip-Hop Hot Spots. Today, DJ Slab 1 shines light on the New Orleans, Louisiana hip-hop scene.

The temperature of music alone in New Orleans, Louisiana is really a melting pot of d*mn near everyting right now. The popular thing of course is hip-hop and Rick Ross, the more gangsta music.

There’s also a lot of bounce music going on out here. That’s really a lot of booty shaking music, chicks wearing short-shorts with their a** cheeks out at the club.

You really have a combination of three things. You have your normal, Kanye West to Jay Z sound. Juvenile is still creeping up with new music, so it’s a lot. There’s just a whole bunch of sh*t going on if you’re not paying attention.

If you’re in New Orleans, you can catch me at Club Continental on Saturday nights. I’m at the Masquerade Club in Harrahs on certain nights. They have another place called The Hangar and they have hip-hop events over there.

You have the Metro club where they play a lot of hip-hop and bounce music. It depends on where you’re at at any given time. You can go to the House of Blues on Sunday nights and Encore nightclub hit pretty hard.

If you ever want to hear some new sh*t out here, go to the strip clubs. There’s all kinds of sh*t going on out there. I don’t really go out to too many strip clubs but I know of a few of them. There’s no King of Diamonds [type places], it’s all pretty hood unless you want to go to Bourbon Street and you’ll see the main stuff.

You can always go to Visions Men’s Club and have a good time.

If you’re looking for places to eat, everything is good downtown.

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  • DC

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  • regal84

    I would smash…