Posts Tagged ‘E-40’

Take It Personal – West Coast Classics II

Friday, September 29th, 2017
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Episode 15 is the 2nd installment of our West Coast Classics. This XL edition features tributes to Ice Cube, The Pharcyde, Cypress Hill, Freestyle Fellowship, House of Pain, Dilated Peoples and the entire Bay Area. We got joints from Jayo Felony, Spice 1, Mac Dre, Too $hort, RBL Posse, Luniz, Andre Nickatina, 2Pac, Tha Dogg Pound, Defari, Planet Asia, DJ Quik, E-40, Dr. Dre & Ras Kass to name a few. This episode clocks in at 4 1/2 hours, so make sure you listen in its entirety, because before you know it, WCC III drops this October!

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INTERVIEW: DaVinci and Al Jieh Of SWTBRDS (Part 3)

Wednesday, January 9th, 2013
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This is Part 3 of my interview with DaVinci and Al Jieh of San Francisco’s SWTBRDS label (Part 1 HERE, Part 2 HERE). In this segment we talk about the history of Bay Area rap, certain misconceptions about it, and how SWTBRDS fits into the overall legacy of the region.
As our ride continues we talk more about the close knit nature of The Bay Area’s rap scene, how the connections shared by DaVinci and Al Jieh exemplify working relationships that developed between residents of disparate city and suburban regions. My girlfriend mentions Marin County, a luxurious suburban outpost located across the bridge from SF. The guys laugh and trade jokes about the wide gap between that county and their own world, then turn up a surprising nugget of trivia.
DaVinci & Al Jieh: (remembering nearly in unison) Tupac was from Marin City!

C-Bo – Fuckin Wit It Ft. E-40 (Prod By Issue)

Friday, June 8th, 2012
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Two Bay Area vets, produced by one of the West’s most unusual and eccentric youngins. I expected something much much stranger from Issue, but instead he comes up with a traditionally minded stripped down bass heavy beat that feels almost like a throwback. And of course the two elder statesmen know exactly what to do with that.
C-Bo – Fuckin Wit It Ft. E-40 (Prod By Issue)

Turf Talk – The Return Of The Jedi Mixtape

Saturday, September 10th, 2011
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New mixtape from the man who laced us with the classic West Coast Vaccine: The Cure. Peace to @RealTurfTalk for bringing this to our attention. I know Blast is going to love this! –Philaflava

1. Check Ya Self Intro
2. Check Yo Self Ft Spider Loc
3. NWA
4. Think Im
5. Smoke Break Interlude
6. Roll One Ft Clyde Carson
7. Street King Interlude
8. Street King Ft A Wax
9. Hustle Hard Interlude
10. Hustle Hard
11. Bitches The Interlude
12. Bitches Aint Shit Ft Symba
13. Money Interlude
14. Money Ft Beeda Weeda & Ya Boy
15. Choppa Interlude
16. Choppa Down Ft Mr FYB & Eddi Projex
17. Smoke Break 2
18 Smoke Ft Cousin Fik & Tajma
19. Spend Something
20. Go Shopping
21. Bay Boy Ft Mistah FAB


Nate Dogg – Nobody Does It Better

Wednesday, March 16th, 2011
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If Dre was the sound of G-Funk and Snoop was voice, then Nate Dogg was surely the harmony. Tying together lush production and smooth vocals with his rich, raspy melodies, Nate brought a defining quality to the music. Raised as a gospel singer in East Long Beach, he crashed onto the regional scene with his work on Mista Grimm’s “Indo Smoke” and Dr. Dre’s “Lil’ Ghetto Boy,” but it was his appearance alongside Warren G on “Regulate” that pushed him into the national spotlight. When Death Row Records collapsed under it’s own misdeeds, he took his talents from coast to coast, never failing to impress as the go to guy for that Californian vibe whilst giving career defining hits to the likes of Ludacris, Fabolous and 50 Cent. Many have tried to imitate him and some have even tried to snatch the crown as the king of the rap hook, but to no avail. They can come closer than close. Original they never could be.

“2TOOKTV” Trailer (Cellski- VIDEO)

Wednesday, July 7th, 2010
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Awww yeah.