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"My Sidepiece"

Big Pokey Bear CHART-CLIMBER! NEW ALBUM ALERT!



July 22, 2017: NEW ALBUM ALERT




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Track List:



1. Intro
Pokey Bear

2. Ladies Room (feat. Beat Flippa)
Pokey Bear

3. I Can't Be Faithful (feat. Bishop Bullwinkle)
Pokey Bear

4. Naked
The Louisiana Blues Brothas

5. In the Mood (feat. Cupid)
Pokey Bear

6. We Belong Together (feat. Lacee)
Pokey Bear

7. Shake That Money Maker (feat. Mystikal)
Pokey Bear

8. Lick Dat Nukie (feat. O.B. Buchana)
Pokey Bear

9. Don't Call Me
Pokey Bear

10. It Ain't Go Work (feat. Miss Portia)
Pokey Bear

11. House Ain't a Home (feat. Deacon Dukes)
Pokey Bear

12. I Never Knew Love (feat. Crystal Thomas)
Pokey Bear

13. Swing Out (feat. Big Cynthia)
Pokey Bear

14. All I Want Is You (feat. Crystal Thomas)
Pokey Bear

15. Beat It Up (feat. Isaac J)
Pokey Bear

16. Floatin' Without a Paddle (feat. Mz Pat)
Pokey Bear

17. Outro
Pokey Bear

Daddy B. Nice notes:

Let's face it. Pokey's last album, MR. IT AIN'T FAIR, dressing up old R&B classics in new musical costumes, seemed a little like cheating. The material, for the most part, didn't resonate. But Pokey has been touring and recording--especially collaborating, his favorite mode--with furious abandon ever since. This collection brings together those collaborations and more, including his latest outrageous take as a grown-folks bad-guy, summoned and sermonized by none other than Bishop Bullwinkle.

Listen to Big Pokey Bear & Bishop Bullwinkle singing "I Can't Be Faithful" on YouTube.

#1 on Daddy B. Nice's Top Ten "Breaking" Southern Soul Singles in December, Pokey's duet with Big Cynthia was recorded just before the big lady's death.

Listen to the late Big Cynthia and Pokey Bear singing "Swing Out" on YouTube.

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July 22, 2017:

CHART-CLIMBER!:

First it debuted at #88 (6-8-15). Then it climbed all the way to #36 (8-1-16). Now Pokey Bear & The Louisiana Blues Brothas' "My Sidepiece" Climbs From The #36 Spot On Daddy B. Nice's Top 100 (21st Century) Southern Soul Countdown All The Way To #19!

The chart ranks the top one hundred contemporary southern soul singles over the last seventeen years--ultimately a twenty-year period (from 2000-2020).


See Big Pokey Bear's new position on the Chart.

SouthernSoulRnB.com - Chitlin' Circuit Southern Soul Music Guide

Pokey also becomes the #19-ranked artist on Daddy B. Nice's Top 100 21st Century Southern Soul Artists Chart.


Daddy B. Nice notes:

In honor of his meteoric rise up the southern soul charts and ranks, and inspired by his most recent song and hilarious video with Bishop Bullwinkle, (Listen to Big Pokey Bear & Bishop Bullwinkle singing "I Can't Be Faithful" on YouTube.), I was itching to do an ornerier, funnier drawing of Big Pokey, and so... I hope this applies.

See the chart.

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For the latest updates on Pokey, scroll down to the "Tidbits" section. To automatically link to Pokey's charted radio singles, awards, CD's and other citations on the website, go to "Pokey (Big Pokey Bear)" in Daddy B. Nice's Comprehensive Index.

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Listen (along with 5 million-plus viewers) to Big Pokey Bear & The Louisiana Blues Brothas singing "My Sidepiece" on YouTube while you read.

March 1, 2016: Re-Posted from Daddy B. Nice's Corner:

March 1, 2016:

POKEY'S "MY SIDEPIECE" SPAWNING COVERS & RESPONSES IN THE SAME WAY THEODIS EALEY'S "STAND UP IN IT" DID A DECADE AGO

Long before texting and Twitter, a Georgia-based southern soul singer/guitarist/songwriter named Theodis Ealey with a fine song already to his credit--"(All My Baby Left Me Was) A Note, My Guitar & A Cookie Jar"--put out a new song, "Stand Up In It," that became a sensation across the southern soul and blues worlds in 2003 and 2004, reproducing itself in countless covers (Falisa JaNaye's "Can You Stand Up In It," etc.), parodies and lyrical references within other artists' songs through '05, '06 and '07, culminating in then-king-of-southern-soul Marvin Sease singing in his new song, "Sit Down On It":

"Every time I turn my radio on,
I hear this cute little song,
Just trotting along,
Giving out instructions
How lovers should get it on,
I must admit
It's a cute little song.
But don't let the instructions
Lead you wrong.
They say you ought to
Stand up in it,
But if you really want to know,
The best way to get it..."

Note the hint of condescension in Sease's twice-stated reference to the "cute little song." A little jealousy, perhaps? None of the pundits predicted "Stand Up In It"'s popularity. It wasn't an emotionally-deep or instrumentally-innovative record, and even listening to it today with all the hype that has accrued, it doesn't sound that different from other popular hits of the era. But it was. It was a touchstone, a cultural turnstile.

Now comes The Louisiana Blues Brothas (featuring Pokey's) recording of "My Sidepiece." (For those of you unfamiliar with the culture of southern soul, "a sidepiece" is a "mistress.")

"I guess I got it from my daddy,
'Cause it's all in my genes.
I'm addicted to the nonny (see Poonanny, DBN)
If you know what I mean."

And the same frenzy of copy-catting that followed "Stand Up In It" is now in full fray with "My Sidepiece." Both songs extol a symbol or metaphor--"stand up in it" in the case of "Stand Up In It," "my sidepiece" in "My Sidepiece"--and in both tunes it's a sexual double-entendre executed with a swagger powerful enough to force the words into our everyday vocabulary.

What greater gratification can there be for an artist? And what greater temptation for the artists watching this unexpected band-wagon passing them by than to jump on, too, with their own takes? At the very least, it tells the listener their songs are of recent (i.e. post-"Sidepiece") vintage.

Here's a simplified genealogy of "My Sidepiece" and its musical progeny:

First came The Louisiana Blues Brothas with....

Listen to Pokey & The Louisiana Blues Brothas singing "My Sidepiece" on YouTube..

...Which begat:

Listen to Heavy, Tucka, Pokey & Tyree Neal singing "My Sidepiece (Remix)" on YouTube.

...Which begat a woman's response:

Listen to Veronica Ra'elle, Lacee and Ms. Portia singing "My Sidepiece (Reply)" on YouTube.

Those remakes were created within the loose circle of musicians surrounding surrounding "Sidepiece" producer Beat Flippa and the Neal family. But then Ghetto Cowboy and producer Ricky White jumped on the band-wagon with an even stronger, anti-sidepiece lyric overlaying the same instrumental track...

Listen to Ghetto Cowboy singing "My Main Squeeze" on ProBeatPort.

Meanwhile, original Louisiana Blues Brotha Tyree Neal changed sides and put out his own version of an anti-sidepiece song:

Listen to Tyree Neal singing "I Came Back Home (You Can Have That Sidepiece)" on YouTube.

But the true measure of the "Sidepiece" phenomenon has been its incidental references in the songs of female performers. Stephanie McDee brags she can co-exist with the male "sidepiece" culture in "Taking Care Of Business":

Listen to Stephanie McDee singing "Taking Care Of Business" on YouTube.

But the Duchess Jureesa McBride's "Personal Love Vendetta" is more typical, in which she sings about a woman's not-so-funny experience of "wasting years" being a sidepiece without actually uttering the word:

"It was an awkward situation.
Never met your kids.
And after a few years,
Might have met two of your friends...
...And all the times we went out,
I can count on one hand."

Listen to The Duchess singing "Personal Love Vendetta" on YouTube.

The Louisiana Blues Brothas original was just an ornery, meant-for-fun-loving song, not to be taken so seriously, many men (and a sprinkling of women) might respond.

Vick Allen takes a humorous, light-hearted turn on "sidepiece" with his:

Listen to Vick Allen singing "Be My Shawty On The Side" on YouTube.

And yet men, too, have taken up the cause from the more realistic female perspective. In his upcoming single, "Can I Be (The One You Make Love To?)," new artist Till 1 sings:

"Like my mommy and daddy told me,
Son, stay home.
You don't need no sidepiece."

To which Pokey might reply (from "My Sidepiece"):

"This is the definition
Of a real man.
When I’m with my sidepiece
She understands
About my situation
My obligations..."

Perhaps the ultimate "Sidepiece" response song is Tha Don's "Hell Naw":

Listen to Tha Don singing "Hell Naw" on YouTube.

In an R. Kelly-inspired vocal, he advises a female friend to say "Hell Naw" to being a "sidepiece," thereby referencing in one fell swoop the two most popular songs of 2015, Pokey's "My Sidepiece" and Bishop Bullwinkle's "Hell Naw To The Naw Naw".

--Daddy B. Nice


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Listen to Pokey featuring Major Clark, Jr. singing "My Sidepiece" on YouTube.

Daddy B. Nice's Original Profile (June 9, 2016):



"They call me Pokey,
Big Pokey Bear.
Anytime that you need me, baby.
You know that I'll be there."

There’s a reason they call him Pokey, and it's not because he's slow. Pokey can poke it and grind it onstage with legendary flair, a great crowd-pleaser for any artist who truly wants to make it in southern soul. If you'd like to see exactly what I mean, go to:

Big Pokey & Friends singing "Call Me Pokey."

At the end of the song, the band-members and crowd begin chanting, "Go Pokey, Go Pokey." And Pokey does his thing.

Just wanted you to know your Daddy B. Nice is still into that good stuff, and ready and willing to pass it on.

Your Daddy B. Nice loves everything Pokey represents: the powerful, passionate vocals, the dominant bass lines, the this-is-war percussion and robust production, not to mention the political “incorrectness” and fine-tuned, humorous cultural commentary.

Ballads are wonderful, but for anyone who has ever loved the dance floor, good fast songs are the bread-and-water of music and indeed life. Pokey brings both scandalous flamboyance and fantastic talent—a killer combination--to the southern soul clubs and festivals. Along with fellow Louisianans Cupid, Stephanie McDee, Tucka, Big Cynthia and Tyree Neal, he is changing the course of southern soul music the way a raging flash-flood reclaims generations-old river channels.

Each month, year after year, your Daddy B. Nice guides listeners to worthy new songs, but no commentator can predict which songs will catch the fans’ imaginations--southern soul’s collective consciousness--in the way, for example, of Theodis Ealey’s “Stand Up In It” or the Klass Band Brotherhood’s “Back To The Sugar Shack,” inspiring song references and song covers by fellow artists and a passionate gratitude and devotion from fans.

"My Sidepiece" by Pokey has become such a song (see the videos in Tidbits by scrolling down this page), entering that rare pantheon and touching a collective nerve with its feminism-be-damned masculine swagger.

At times you can hear the street-wise sweetness of Marvin Sease, at other times the propulsive power of Reggie P. From Houston to Florida, this gulf-coast music personified by Pokey is leaving the southern soul train station like nothing seen since Z.Z. Hill's "Down Home Blues." Southern Soul fans better get on board, because it's going to be a thrilling ride.

--Daddy B. Nice


About Big Pokey Bear CHART-CLIMBER! NEW ALBUM ALERT!

Ten years ago (2006), Big Pokey was doing rap. See a video….

Listen to Big Pokey & Lil’ Keke rapping "713" on YouTube.

Here’s Pokey in his former hiphop style:

Blessed with a Notorious B.I.G.-like rap style, Pokey had spent a few years playing football and studying kinesiology at Abilene Christian College before finally deciding to dedicate himself to rapping. One of the more accomplished members of the Screwed Up Click, Big Pokey hooked up with DJ Screw in the early '90s and started dropping rhymes on the DJ's many mix tapes. His first full-length album finally appeared in late 1999, Hardest Pit in the Litter, which ended up being one of the better underground albums to come out of the South that year. A year later, Pokey returned with D-Game 2000, another album of mid-tempo 808-driven beats featuring several of his Houston peers as guests. In 2001 he collaborated with the Wreckshop Wolfpack for Collabo and then returned in 2002 with another solo album, Da Sky's da Limit. (Bio from CD Baby)

Da Sky's Da Limit
by Big Pokey
© Copyright - Wreckshop Records / Wreckshop / Sosouth (651634161621)

Classic Underground Southern Rap
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap: Southern Style
Release Date: 2002

Pokey’s first appearance as a southern soul artist on Daddy B. Nice’s SouthernSoulRnB came in November of 2013....

3. "They Call Me Pokey (Remix)"--------Pokey featuring Tucka & Tyree Neal

Teaming up with fellow Louisianans Tyree Neal and Tucka, Pokey's yet another Gulf-Coast artist with a groove-heavy new CD called Josephine Son Pokey, and his song "They Call Me Pokey" has the nonchalant swagger of a hit.


One month later....2nd appearance (December 13)

2. "Do The Hokey Pokey"------Pokey featuring Stephanie McDee

Readers would likely have lynched your Daddy B. Nice for favoritism if a Stephanie McDee song captured the #1 single slot for the third month in a row. Thankfully LaMorris came along, because this new Stephanie McDee duet with Pokey is the real deal and a line-dancer's dream come true. Great arrangement, and they sing the dickens out of it.


And at year’s end, on Daddy B. Nice's Top 25 Southern Soul Songs of 2013....

24. Do The Hokey Pokey------Pokey featuring Stephanie McDee

What makes an artist blossom after years of inertia and neglect? Stephanie McDee's funny, iconic song "Monkey Talk" was a close "also-ran" for Daddy B. Nice's original Top 100 Southern Soul Artists & Songs (90's-00's). In 2013, a decade later, the tough journey-woman and undeniable comeback-lady of the year returned with a treasure trove of pent-up material, including this powerful new duet with leathery-voiced Pokey: the children's song "Hokey Pokey" transformed into an adult line-dancer's dream come true.


And at year’s end Pokey also garnered a....

Best Debuts nomination
Top Contenders: Pokey “They Call Me Pokey”


(J’Wonn won in 2013 for “I Got This Record”)


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Pokey’s first single came out on CD Baby....



"They Call Me Pokey"
by Pokey
© Copyright - Ross Music Group LLC / Ross Music Group LLC (887516996634)

This is the new sound of Southern Soul/ Blues.
Genre: Blues: Soul-Blues
Release Date: 2013

The debut album arrived the same year with the colorful but perplexing title……

JOSEPHINE SON POKEY

Did Pokey mean that he was “Josephine’s son, Pokey”? In any case, the idiosyncratic syntax/punctuation lent a kind of boondocks mystery to the undertaking….

The credits extolled the new music as….

The new sound of soul. Contemporary styling blending traditional blues. This Debut by Pokey is sure to cross generational lines and will be the soundtrack to good memories!!! Barbeque Music.
Genre: Blues: Rhythm & Blues
Release Date: 2013

Sample/Buy Pokey's JOSEPHINE SON POKEY at CD BABY.

Daddy B. Nice charted three—no, four--singles from the album:

“They Call Me Pokey”
“Do The Hokey Pokey” w/ Stephanie McDee
“Older Woman” w/ Dellanor & Akilah
and…
“They Call Me Pokey (Remix)" feat. Tucka & Tyree Neal


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Then came the Louisiana Blues Brothers: Pokey, Tyree Neal & Adrian Bagher….

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Sample/Buy The Louisiana Blues Brothers LOVE ON THE BAYOU CD at iTunes.

Sample/Buy The Louisiana Blues Brothers LOVE ON THE BAYOU CD at CD Baby.

“My Sidepiece” feat. Pokey & Major Clark, Jr.
“They Call Me Pokey (Remix)” feat. Pokey, Tucka & Tyree Neal

Love On the Bayou
by The Louisiana Blues Brothas
© Copyright - Ross Music Group LLC / Ross Music Group LLC (888174888033)

This album features the hottest artist from southern Louisiana. It's the new sound of Southern Soul/ Blues
Genre: Blues: Soul-Blues
Release Date: 2014

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Then came the Beat Flippa I Got the Blues, Vol.1 album by Various Artists. From the credits--with which I agree--....

This album is bound to be a classic. It was Produced by Beat Flippa, Brent and Cee Rock for Tha Super Friendz Productions. All Tracks recorded mixed and mastered by Beat Flippa at RMG Studios, With features from Tucka, Tyree Neal, Stephanie McDee, Dellanor, and Bruce Dillon.


BEAT FLIPPA…..VARIOUS ARTISTS: I GOT THE BLUES

Sample/Buy Various Artists: Beat Flippa I Got the Blues, Vol.1 CD at iTunes.

Sample/Buy Various Artists: Beat Flippa I Got the Blues, Vol.1 CD at Amazon.

Singles with Pokey featured include….

With Cupid

“If It Ain’t The Blues” Pokey w/ Cupid
Listen to Pokey & Cupid & singing "If It Ain’t The Blues" on YouTube.

(...in which Cupid explicitly links his "Swing Around The Rosey" and "Barbeque" to Johnnie Taylor, Marvin Sease and Sir Charles Jones)

And with Vince Hutchison and Adrian Bagher

Listen to Pokey, Vince Hutchinson & Adrian Bagher singing "T.G.I.F." on YouTube.

And into outright ballads with….

“I Still Do Her Wrong”

Listen to Pokey singing "I Still Do Her Wrong" on YouTube.

“Please Be My Love Jones” w/ Lysa & Charlene Neal

Listen to "Please Be My Love Jones" on YouTube.

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Pokey was cited numerous times in 2014 for his contributions to the Louisiana Blues Brothers LOVE ON THE BAYOU album, culminating in this entry in Daddy B. Nice's Top Ten "Breaking" Southern Soul Singles in April 2015:

2. "My Sidepiece (Reply)"-------Veronica Ra’elle, Lacey & Ms. Portia

Give it up for Louisiana's Pokey. Singing with an intensity and power not heard since the late Reggie P., he's cruising toward stardom like a Mack truck driven by Arnold "Terminator" Schwarzenegger. Here the put-upon ladies of the Gulf Coast respond in kind to his "My Sidepiece," which is closing in on an astounding half-million views on YouTube.


And Daddy B. Nice summed it all up with....

3. "My Sidepiece"------Pokey

"My Sidepiece" has won over the fans and sounds indisputably raucous on the radio a year after its release. When Pokey sings "Sidepiece," he sounds like a hound baying at a treed coon. The title refers to a girlfriend/mistress on the "side," and it has already entered southern soul lore, referenced by Stephanie McDee ("Annie Mae's Cafe"), Bigg Robb and others and remixed by producer Heavy. Pokey's also the creative force behind a new sampler crashing the southern soul album charts: Beat Flippa, I Got The Blues Vol. 1.


Tidbits

1.

Pokey On YouTube:



Listen to Pokey & Stephanie McDee singing "Do The Hokey Pokey" on YouTube.

Listen to Pokey & Stephanie McDee singing "Do The Hokey Pokey" Live Onstage at Club Cheers in Baton Rouge at Pokey’s Birthday Bash Feb 2015 on YouTube.

Listen to Pokey featuring Major Clark, Jr. singing "My Sidepiece" on YouTube.

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Listen to Pokey featuring Tucka & Tyree Neal singing "They Call Me Pokey (Remix)" on YouTube.

(This is the video where Pokey really pokes it onstage…..It’s a coda at the very end of the video….)

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Listen to Pokey singing "Older Woman" on YouTube.

Listen to Pokey singing "I’m In Love With An Older Woman" Live at Club Miami Moon in Lafayette, Louisiana on YouTube. (Excellent video quality.)

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Listen to Pokey & Cupid singing "If It Ain’t The Blues" on YouTube.

Listen to Pokey singing "I Still Do Her Wrong" on YouTube.

Listen to Pokey, Vince Hutchinson & Adrian Bagher singing "T.G.I.F.” on YouTube.

Listen to Pokey & Stephanie McDee singing "Do Tha Hokey Pokey" Live Onstage at Club Cheers in Baton Rouge on YouTube.

POKEY'S "MY SIDEPIECE" AS A CULTURAL PHENOMENON



Listen to Veronica Ra'elle, Lacee, and Ms. Portia singing "My Sidepiece Reply" on YouTube.

Watch line-dancers dancing to “My Sidepiece Reply” on YouTube.

Watch an even bigger group line-dancing to Pokey’s “My Sidepiece” on YouTube.

Listen to Pokey singing "My Sidepiece" Live at a Wedding on YouTube.

Listen to Pokey singing "They Call Me Pokey" Live Onstage at Sibley, Mississippi on YouTube. (Poor audio, great video.)

2.


June 8, 2015: CHART-BUSTERS

Pokey Debuts at #88 on Daddy B. Nice's 21st Century Countdown: Top 100 SOUTHERN SOUL SONGS

Singing with an intensity and power not heard since the late Reggie P., he's cruising toward stardom like a Mack truck driven by Arnold "Terminator" Schwarzenegger.

See the chart, which encompasses a fifteen-year period in southern soul music.

3.


June 14, 2015:

Daddy B. Nice reviews Pokey's, et.al.'s new BEAT FLIPPA, I GOT THE BLUES CD. (Click here.)

4.


February 1, 2016: Pokey Bear Is 2015 Southern Soul Music Multi-Award Winner

Best Male Vocalist(s): "My Sidepiece" by Pokey & "Thank God It's Friday" by Pokey, Vince Hutchinson & Adrian Bagher

Listen to Pokey, Vince Hutchinson & Adrian Bagher singing "T.G.I.F." on YouTube.

SouthernSoulRnB.com - Chitlin' Circuit Southern Soul Music Guide

Best Chitlin' Circuit Blues Song: "My Sidepiece" by Pokey

Listen to Pokey & The Louisiana Blues Brothers singing "My Sidepiece" on YouTube.

SouthernSoulRnB.com - Chitlin' Circuit Southern Soul Music Guide

BEST CD: I GOT THE BLUES, VOL. 1 (VARIOUS ARTISTS)---BEAT FLIPPA

Sample/Buy Beat Flippa's I GOT THE BLUES VOL. 1 at Amazon.

SouthernSoulRnB.com - Chitlin' Circuit Southern Soul Music Guide

See Daddy B. Nice’s Best of 2015

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5.


August 1, 2016:

CHART-CLIMBER!:

Pokey and "My Sidepiece" Climbs From The #88 Spot On Daddy B. Nice's Top 100 (21st Century) Southern Soul Countdown All The Way To #36!

The chart ranks the top one hundred contemporary southern soul singles over the last sixteen years--ultimately a twenty-year period (from 2000-2020).


See Big Pokey Bear's new position on the Chart.

SouthernSoulRnB.com - Chitlin' Circuit Southern Soul Music Guide

Pokey also becomes the #36-ranked artist on Daddy B. Nice's Top 100 21st Century Southern Soul Artists Chart.



See the chart.

SouthernSoulRnB.com - Chitlin' Circuit Southern Soul Music Guide

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April 3, 2016: NEW ALBUM ALERT




Sample/Buy Pokey Bear's MR. IT AIN'T FAIR CD at Soul Blues Music.

Listen to Pokey Bear & Mystikal singing "Shake That Money Maker" on YouTube.

Listen to Big Pokey Bear singing "I Got A Root Coming On" on YouTube.

Listen to Pokey Bear singing "Get On The Good Foot" on YouTube.

Sample/Buy Pokey Bear's MR. IT AIN'T FAIR CD at CD Baby.

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Honorary "B" Side

"They Call Me Pokey (Remix) feat. Tucka"



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My Sidepiece


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