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Los Angeles rap troop OverDoz. are serving up new tracks like hors d’oeuvre, whetting fans appetites one heater at a time in anticipation of the main course: their long-awaited debut album 2008.

Kent Jamz, P, June, and Cream return today with their Terrace Martin and Fred Wreck-produced “Why We Never Leave The Ghetto,” featured in Wired Tracks. All parties involved collectively represent the West Coast, so it makes sense that the record samples Dogg Pound classic “What Would You Do?”

Catch the vibes by pressing play below. There you’ll also find material from PRhyme, Young Chop, Collie Buddz, and more.

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PRhyme ft. Logic – “Mode”

Young Chop ft. Vic Mensa & King 100 James – “Around My Way”

 

Collie Buddz ft. IAMSU! & Berner – “Wake and Bake”

Baby E. ft. Juicy J & Project Pat – “Dat Chick”

Monty Zoo ft. Fetty Wap – “CashGreen”

DJ RellyRell ft. Joey Bada$$ & Dessy Hinds – “Ill Bomb 2K15”

Troy Ave – “Prime Time”

Noah Sims ft. Tree – “She Gets The Best Of Us”

Phat Kat ft. Elzhi & Guilty Simpson – “All Madden (Remix)”

V Don ft. Bodega BAMZ – “Livin’ Like That”

Vic Spencer & Chris Crack – “Chris $pencer vs. Co-Pilots”

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