Carlo, Cokxxx, Nutten

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Carlo, Cokxxx, Nutten
Album Carlo, Cokxxx, Nutten cover.jpeg
Studio album by Sonny Black and Frank White
Released October 21, 2002
Genre German hip hop, Gangsta rap
Length 53:21
Label Aggro Berlin
Producer Bushido & DJ Ilan
Sonny Black and Frank White chronology
Carlo, Cokxxx, Nutten
(2002)
Carlo, Cokxxx, Nutten 2
(2009)
Bushido chronology
King of KingZ
(2001)
Carlo, Cokxxx, Nutten
(2002)
Vom Bordstein bis zur Skyline
(2003)
Fler chronology
Carlo, Cokxxx, Nutten
(2002)
Neue Deutsche Welle
(2005)

Carlo, Cokxxx, Nutten (German: "Carlo Colucci [Italian Fashion Brand], Coke, Hookers") is an album by German rappers Bushido (alias Sonny Black) and Fler (alias Frank White). It released on October 21, 2002 by Aggro Berlin.

In 2005 released the successor Carlo, Cokxxx, Nutten II, again under Bushido's pseudonym "Sonny Black" with Baba Saad as replacement of Fler due the feud between Aggro Berlin and Bushido.

In 2009 after the closing of Aggro Berlin, Bushido and Fler ended their feud and released the third part as Carlo, Cokxxx, Nutten 2.

Background[edit]

During that time was Bushido signed to the label, along his mates Sido and B-Tight. The album was Fler's first professional album release and appearance in public.

Bushido produced most of the beats and used the pseudonym "Sonny Black", inspired by film Donnie Brasco that based on Dominic Napolitano. Fler used the pseudonym "Frank White", named after the character of King Of New York.[1]

For the beat production used Bushido a MPC and DJ Ilan mixed and edited the finished songs.

The album title came from a colleague of a former graffiti group. "Carlo" stands for the brand Carlo Colucci, "Cokxxx" for Cocaine and "Nutten" for prostitutes.[2]

Music[edit]

The song lyrics are most about the difficult life in the ghetto, including drugs, violence, force of arms and prostitution.[3]

Legacy[edit]

The album is regarded as one of the most influential German gangsta rap albums.[4] It achieved the breakthrough to the German-speaking gangsta rap and also for Aggro Berlin. Bushido and Fler became throughout the success known in the hip hop scene in Germany. Bushido released the following year 2003 his debut Vom Bordstein bis zur Skyline, that reached #88 in German charts.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Producer(s) Length
1. "Intro, Electro, Ghetto" Bushido 2:11
2. "Cordon Sport Massenmord" (Cordon Sport mass murder) Bushido 3:46
3. "Yo, peace man!" Bushido & DJ Ilan 3:48
4. "Miami" (Skit) Bushido 0:49
5. "Badewiese" (Bathing meadow) Bushido & DJ Ilan 3:58
6. "Carlo, Cokxxx, Nutten" (Carlo, coke, hookers) Bushido 3:25
7. "Warum?" (Why?) (featuring B-Tight) Bushido & DJ Ilan 3:43
8. "Dein Leben" (Your life) Bushido 3:56
9. "Geh nach Hause" (Go home) Bushido 3:33
10. "Drogen, Sex, Gangbang" (Drugs, sex, gangbang) (featuring King Orgasmus One) Bushido & DJ Ilan 4:04
11. "Cokxxx" (Skit) Bushido 1:01
12. "Boss" Bushido 3:35
13. "Wer will Krieg?" (Who wants war?) Bushido & DJ Ilan 4:00
14. "Schau mich an" (Look at me) Bushido 4:10
15. "Behindert" (Disabled) Bushido 3:44
16. "Sag nicht..." (Don't say...) (featuring D-Bo) Bushido & DJ Ilan 3:44
17. "Outro"   0:09
Samples[5]
  • "Intro, Electro, Ghetto" contains an excerpt from Full Metal Jacket
  • "Yo, peace man!" contains a sample of "She Is Dead" by Éric Serra
  • "Badewiese" contains a sample of "Keep It Thoro" by Prodigy[6]
  • "Carlo, Cokxxx, Nutten" contains a sample of "Viel zu viel" by Herbert Grönemeyer
  • "Boss" contains a sample of "A Kaleidoscope of Mathematic" by James Horner
  • "Wer will Krieg?" contains a sample of "The World Is One" by Forthcoming Fire & Pavel Olegovich
  • "Schau mich an" contains a sample of "The Car Chase" by James Horner
  • "Behindert" contains a sample of "The Cross" by Samael

References[edit]

  1. ^ Bravo HipHop Special (Issue 8, July 2009) P. 77
  2. ^ Bravo HipHop Special (Issue 8, July 2009) P. 77
  3. ^ de:Carlo Cokxxx Nutten#Inhalt
  4. ^ ""Von Der Skyline Zum Bordstein Zurück" von Bushido – laut.de – Album". Laut.de. 2011-11-16. Retrieved 2012-02-09. 
  5. ^ "[Musik] Bushido klaut von Nox Arcana". Zeitzeuge. 2008-10-06. Archived from the original on 2010-06-03. Retrieved 2012-02-09. 
  6. ^ "Bushido (2) produziert Sonny Black & Frank White - Carlo, Cokxxx, Nutten (CD, Album) at Discogs". Discogs.com. 2002-10-21. Retrieved 2012-02-09. 

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