Hear OG Ron C’s Chopped-And-Screwed Edit Of Girl Talk’s ‘All Day’

    You’d think Gregg Gillis’s juxtaposing the Rolling Stones’ “Paint It, Black” with Wiz Khalifa’s “Black and Yellow” would be unlikely enough, right? Well, not if OG Ron C has anything to do with it. In 2010, the mash-up messiah Gillis, aka Girl Talk, dropped his album All Day, which featured the aforementioned Khalifa/Stones joint “Triple Double,” as well as samples of everything from Radiohead to the Ramones to Ol’ Dirty Bastard to N.E.R.D. Now, Houston native Ron, Swishahouse Records co-founder and one of the secret ingredients behind the careers of Chamillionaire, Paul Wall, and Slim Thug, among others, has chopped-and-screwed All Day and given it a new title — Purple All Day.

    Predictably enough, it’s an H-Town-centric spin on the original album, and it’s probably best heard during lean binges or your other traditional screw-music-related endeavors. However, that doesn’t mean it also can’t be enjoyed wherever you are, and with whatever you’re doing, right now. Download it here or here.