Tan Boys representative Bodega Bamz keeps it all in his New York City family on his new track “Bring Em Out,” featuring Flatbush Zombies.
In WTF news today, West Coast rapper Kurupt weighs in on one of 2014’s greatest controversies involving outed racist and former L.A. Clippers’ owner Donald Sterling.
The mid-90s were a testy time to be rapper, especially if you hailed from either the East or West Coast. Whether the media created the beef between the two sides is still heavily debated, but both 2Pac and Biggie lost their lives in the thick of the drama so there was actually some tension there.
It’s officially a West Coast party, as Snoop Dogg, Tha Dogg Pound, and DJ Drama reconnect to bring fans their That’s My Work 5 mixtape.
To some, Salva is a new face, but he’s actually an established Los Angeles DJ who’s developed a cult following. That’s why he was able to rally up some of the city’s best MCs in ScHoolboy Q, Kurupt, Problem, and Bad Lucc to collaborate on “Drop That B**ch.”
ScHoolboy Q is riding the high of releasing his long-awaited debut LP, Oxymoron, to much fanfare, but the moment was not to be relished in alone. Instead, the TDE rapper held a pop-up show in the Hooters parking lot directly across the street from Staples Center in his hometown of Los Angeles.
It’s like 1993 all over again when you combine Snoop, a little THC and Tha Dogg Pound all in one room.
While club anthems and swag music continue to dominate the airwaves, lyrics remain the foundation to any one picking up the microphone. Even with the acclaim that comes from spitting a strong verse, there are some rappers that have chosen to have others do the writing for them.
There’s nothing remotely safe for work about this smooth, new single from Tha Dogg Pound, titled “Nice & Slow.” And to top it off, the duo, comprised of Daz Dillinger and Kurupt, got their partner in rhyme, Snoop Dogg, to drop his Rastafarian moniker for a second to reclaim his Doggfather status.
Who better to bring that classic West Coast sound than gangster rap legends, Tha Dogg Pound? Daz Dillinger and Kurupt do just that with their latest track,”L.A. Here’s 2 U,” scheduled to appear on a forthcoming album.
Tyga caught a bad one yesterday courtesy of the all seeing all knowing eyes of TMZ.
This is something that Tyga probably thought nobody would ever see, but low and behold here it is.