Father of Footwork

RP Boo – The Isleys

RP Boo was basically the godfather of footwork as a genre of music, taking juke from a 4-on-the-floor house pattern to the bent bass that not only changed the sound forever, but I’m sure changed dancing as well. One of his pivotal moments was when he butchered the pitch of a now deceased Wu Tang member’s voice into an even more staggering utterance on Baby Come On and invented what most people think is a Nateism. Truth is Nate was in like kindergarten at the time and due to pre-Youtube era most people outside of Chicago don’t know much, if anything about RP. He was also part of House – O – Matics along with several other DJs back in the mid 90s, one of the OG footwork crews. Never really receiving the credit he is due, it is essential that he be included on this blog.

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One Response to Father of Footwork

  1. ryan says:

    do you know where I can find any of his tracks outside of youtube? Really feeling fuck yo favorite dj and baby come on, sounds so dirty.

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