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Alison Fensterstock is a New Orleans-based music writer, and the researcher for the Where They At: New Orleans Hip-Hop and Bounce in Words and Pictures multimedia exhibit (www.wheretheyatnola.com), for which she conducted about 60 hours of oral histories with pioneering New Orleans rappers and DJs. Her writing has appeared in MOJO, Paste, Spin, Q, the Oxford American, Vibe and other publications. She is currently a contributing writer at the New Orleans Times-Picayune.

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17 responses to “Sissy Bounce Rap from New Orleans”

  1. i love sissy nobby so much yhu is mhy role model thank yhu

  2. New Orleans Bounce Rapper Magnolia Shorty Murdered


  3. […] Kunst-Pop-Video offensiv «Make The Circle Bigger»; und den lesbischen, trans- und homosexuellen Bounce-Rapperinnen aus New Orleans [17] wurde 2010 in ihrer Heimatstadt eine ganze Ausstellung gewidmet. Fokus Libanon, Ägypten, […]

  4. Check out this informative article on the history of the New Orleans Sissy Dance: http://homeofthegroove.blogspot.com/2011/06/sissy-variations-or-queen-of-funky.html

  5. Ya Heard Me Bounce Music Awards will celebrate and give tribute to Bounce Music artists who have kept and keeping the bounce culture alive. Join us in crowing the new king and queen of Bounce 2012. The 1st award show we awarded Jubilee as the King Of Bounce. We also ask for you help in making this happen. Help Us Hold The 2nd Bounce Music Award Show Oct 12, 2012. Donate any amount you can afford. Let’s not never let our culture die out….thanks


  6. […] Sissy Nobby, Big Freedia und Katey Red berichtete Norient 2010 ausführlich im Artikel “Sissy Bounce Rap from New Orleans”. Nicky Da B ist nun ein auftrebender Jungsstar des Genres. Die Tracks seiner neuen CD “Please […]

  7. To whom it may concern;

    I’m a single mom of two that’s currently in the planning stages of my daughter’s Super Sweet 16 “Glow in the Dark” Party that’s going to be held on October 5, 2012. Here’s the good news, the hit reality series show, It’s my Party, wants to air us live on the show. It’s going to be the 1st time they ever came down south and we need to really represent for the South. I need for this party to be a success, so I’m reaching out for support from local bounce artists, DJ’s and the Times Picayune for support. I need information on how to get Sissy Noby, Katey red and Big Freedia to appear as special guest stars at my daughter’s sweet 16 party. This is going to be a big event and very beneficial to our city; therefore, any and every information you could give me would be greatly appreciated.

    Thanks in advance…

    A Proud Mom…

  8. Bounce is the new genre of music. DJ Jimi and DJ Irv began performing bounce in a club called Big Man’s. It’s All Good In The Hood TV Show began featuring bounce artists on the show like Big Freedia known back then as big Freedie, Chev Off The Ave and many more. Check out the Bounce Music Award Shows and It’s All Good In The HOod Bounce Music TV Show links below. There is a documentary film called Ya Heard Me and it’s a bounce music and how it got started. Go to the website below and purchase the new book about bounce called Bounce Baby Bounce Bounce Bounce by hit producer Ms. Goldie.

    For those who never saw a bounce video… check it out the best bounce videos

    Rare performance by bounce senstion Big Freedia

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  13. […] Label. Der Begriff «Sissy Bounce» wurde vor allem von der Musikjournalistin und Bounce-Expertin Alison Fensterstock geprägt, denn so lässt sich der Bounce der queeren Rapper als subversive Subkultur vermarkten. […]

  14. […] to learn more about New Orleans bounce music? Nolabounce.com is a great place to start. This is the article that my friend and local music writer Alison Fensterstock wrote about the sissy bounce phenomenon. […]

  15. […] because outside New Orleans mostly gay rapper became popular. (Read more in the Norient post «Sissy Bounce Rap from New Orleans» and here in […]

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