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Today we travel to an alternate dimension where '80s cheese makers are sexy musicians. The core members are dancer/rapper Flynt Flossy and Tummiscratch Beats. They have a revolving stable of performers including; Yung Humma, Whatchyamacallit, Pretty Raheem, Slick Mahony, Moon Rock and Pierre Cashmere. More recently, they are working with the Shero Syndicate. Their YouTube channel is at youtube.com/TurquoiseJeepMusic. I'll highlight a few tracks below.
The group gained some viral success with this track "Lemme Smang It" - Yung Humma and Flynt Flossie. If you haven't been riding the Jeep, then this is the track you are most likely to have heard. Smang it will remain that imperfect classic that fans will keep on requesting. Other notable tracks from their first album are, slow-jam "Cavities", the big-colourful-suits in "Can he move it like this" and sorry-for-cheating "Shuyamouf". The slow-jams stand out the most; cheese and jam is a great sandwich. But, the track that puts a smile on the dial for its naughty cheesy romance has to be "Go grab my belt" - Slick Mahoney.
"Go grab my belt. You need a .... " ahem blush haha, and that's the charm of Turquoise Jeep - their songs are so sing-along-able. You'll catch yourself belting out a line like "Treat me like a pirate" and gimme that booty" and amaze you dared let that much cheese pass your lips. TQJ reaches peak RnB song in their later release "She has a lover" where Pierre Cashmere and Slick Mahoney desire the same woman.
"You gotta work" - MoonRock ft. Yung Humma shows their refined aesthetic in this track about clueless suitors. And yes, cheesy lines like "Tryna fork all knife when all I wanna do is spoon" are simply lol-magic. MoonRock was a breath of fresh air to their lineup, and their work from this point on includes more female vocals.
From the sexy slow-jam to the very danceable - TQJ does it well. I can't wait to see what else comes out of the sexy cheesy '80s. So, dear readers, what TQJ track did I miss?