Driven by randy lyrics, call-and-response vocals, thumping bass, and constantly recycled samples of The Showboys’ “Drag Rap,” New Orleans bounce is the latest Southern hip-hop style to bubble up from its regional roots and into the national consciousness. Few have done more to spread the ass-shaking gospel of bounce than flamboyant MC Big Freedia and her DJ, Rusty Lazer, responsible for the infectious track “Azz Everywhere.” Part of a subset of openly gay and transgendered artists who’ve been ascribed the “sissy bounce” tag, Freedia’s hyped-up bump-and-grind transcends all sociocultural boundaries in the pursuit of making as many asses as possible pop and wobble to the beat. Her latest album is 2010’s Big Freedia Hitz Vol. 1, though she has a mesmerizingly great new web game out in collaboration with Vice Magazine. The game is called Big Freedia’s Booty Battle.