The opposite of 'mainstream'. Applies to music (modern and older), books, hobbies, movies, etc.
The 'Is It Mainstream Music?' Test: Does this song/band play on more than three radio stations? Yes- Most likely main. No- Most likely sub.
Miley Cyrus and Jay-Z? Mainstream. Freezepop? Substream.
(Noun / Adjective) Music sub-genre of Jungle-Drum'n'Bass
Chungle Choons / Chungle Music
Jungle riddims / beats / tunes of a Chilled / relaxed / down-tempo / ambient / moody nature.
CHILLED = relaxed, down-beat, relaxing
JUNGLE = an electronic music sub-genre of Drum'n'Bass, encompassing a number of different styles including; Ragga-Jungle some breakbeat etc.
Together make CHUNGLE !
"maehn, keep tumpin na beasty CHUNGLE riddims on yer webcast bruv!"
"(mate), keep (loudly playing) the (exceedingly pleasing / moving), (down-tempo, Ambient Jungle Drum and Bass) (recordings) on your (web-hosted audio stream / download) (my dear friend)"
"Awight maeht, if ya want CHUNGLE RIDDIMS, I'll keep RINSIN 'em!"
"(Okay) (mate), if you want (Chilled Jungle) (Tracks), I'll (play them until they're old-skool )!"
1. adj. Any game(product) having the quality of being sold based on the renown of its developer for prior great achievements in their field only to have that preexisting good will thrown away so that said developer can go to Korea, gorge themselves on sushi, and then turn themselves into a mustachioed, karaoke-singing, beer swilling, hog-sweating, festering bag-of-shit replica of Jabba-the-Hut while on the dime of their paying subscribers and founders.
2. adj. Any game(product) having the quality of being billed as gone-gold which is released, not as a beta build, but as an alpha build in which a monthly fee is charged to receive "ongoing content".
3. adj. Any game(product) having the quality of being sold as having two modes of play in which support of one of the modes has been forsaken by the developer because a subscription fee is not charged for it after the purchase price of the box has been payed.
4. n. A flippant or uncaring remark given by the manufacturer of a product to angry consumers when said product, which was advertised as having two fully-functional modes, has support for one mode discontinued due to lack of "income stream".
Ex 1. "Hey man. You hear about that new game coming out? It's supposed to be made by the team that brought us (insert name of product of choice here)."
"Forget it dude. After their last release nobody believes the hype. They're totally Roper."
Ex 2. "Well they rushed it out the door to make as much money before people caught on. So you just KNEW it was gonna be Roper."
Ex 3. "I can't believe I paid good money for this goddamn box and now they won't even support it so that it's actually what I was promised! This is SO Roper!"
Ex 4. "Damnit! I bought the game because they said they had mutiplayer AND single player! Now they tell me I should just play multiplayer because it's essentially the same!?!? $^$(#@&^$(*#& "
"Lol... whatever dude... They never cared about single player cause it doesn't get them sub fees... You knew it was only a matter of time before they slipped you the Roper."
The Hoagie Guy was a frequent attendee at the various Racket Ball Clubs in the Lehigh Valley, Pa. during the mid to late '90's (although he could still be attending to this day). These fitness clubs were open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. He could be found there at various hours and quite possibly multiple clubs a day, although he seemed to make an effort to be there during the prime hours. The Hoagie Guy acquired his moniker because he always wore a t-shirt advertising a sub shop.more...
The Hoagie Guy would rarely do anything beyond a leisure stroll on the treadmill or short stint on an exercise bike. What made him notorious were his shower room antics.
The men's shower lacked privacy and was simply a large room with nozzles in the wall spaced a few feet apart. The Hoagie Guy would take the nozzle opposite the entrance, step out a few feet from the shower, and while facing the entrance shave his genitals in full view of everyone. His preferred method involved pulling his penis up high and shaving down around his balls. You could not miss this sight entering the shower and you had to avoid the stream of pubic hair speckled shaving cream snaking its way to the drains in the middle of the room. This spectacle, of course, irritated the meatheads to no end who threatened him every time demanding he "Shave his nuts at home" or they would kick his ass. The Hoagie Guy would complete his shower with a dip in the jacuzzi. Needless to say those who saw this never use...
A male concerned only with asserting his dominance in social realms. Characterized by his narcissistic attitude, brute exterior, subtle flexing abilities, fat neck, authoritative walk and alikeness to the sub-culture 'guidos'.
"The Situation" and/or "Pauly D" provide almost perfect examples of a dezzy.
A sub-genre of punk. Typically more appealing to the main-stream audiences than the grittier street sound, but by no means bubble gum rock. Applied usually to the original flagships of the punk movement (the clash, sex pistols, buzzcocks, and the various other like bands), it can also be applied to any of the more dissonant sounding bands of the time--that is 1977, considered by many to be a pinnacle in punk's history.
I prefer Oi! to street, but 77 would probably be my favorite.
A sub genre of main stream hip hop in which rappers boast about their drug dealing or former drug dealing vocation in verses thus glorifying the drug trade. More often than not trap hop often makes references to the lucritave coke trade
Most trap hoppers are southern rappers, see Young Jeezy, T.I, Rick Ross. others that rap about the drug trade (some even before the genre was established) are The Notorious B.I.G, Ghost Face Killah, The Clipse (with their latest album) and so on. trap hoppers dont necescarilly rap about drug dealing all of the time but the majority of there music does make references to it.
examples of trap hop songs are
10 crack Commandments - The Notorious B.I.G.
Kilo - Ghostface Killah, Raekwon
Hustlin - Rick Ross
Thug Motivation 101 - Young Jeezy
trap hop is good rapping but it does set a bad example for impressionable youth by making the drug trade seeem like a viable occupation. trap hop is probably the reason suburban kids think they have to sell drugs to emulate rappers in the mainstream.