Sicko Mobb hint at dissociating themselves from the “Bop” term that fans have come to know them by.
Sicko Mobb told Urban Grind TV they are not boppers nor do they make bop music.
Lil Ceno wanted to make this announcement clear to all potential interviewers.
“Let yall know right now…we is not no boppers,” he said. “We do not bop. That is not what we do. We make music. It’s not boppin music. Yall just come up with the dances. We ain’t no boppers.
“People in public walking up to us asking us if we bop,” Ceno continued. “Hell nah, we can’t bop!”
The “Bop,” originating in Chicago, has undergone many transformations throughout several generations. Originally performed in the late 50s and early 60s, the “Bop” was a smooth, calm dance of striding, gliding, dipping and dabbing, according to steppersexpress.com.
In today’s generation amongst a younger, hip demographic, the “Bop” now is performed to Hip Hop music. It incorporates a “bounce” with slick footwork and various body movements.
“The bopping scene in Chicago is constantly growing because it’s not hard to bop and it’s no rules to bopping,” West Side Chicago Breezy Montana explained. “Yeah, you have the more advanced boppers like Lil Kemo, D Low, Pouncey and Yung Juice, but you got a lot of kids in all different parts of the Westside of Chicago that once they hear the certain type of music they just start bopping. I think bopping gone be here for a while just like how ‘foot working’ was …its a phase that’s just starting out.”
Sicko Mobb is currently prepping their sophomore mixtape “Super Saiyan Vol. 2” The project is slated to drop soon.
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