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elswabie
XIII XI MCMLXXX
Gepost door elswabie op zondag 25-11-2007 om 14:53:03
binnenkort nieuw album van mc kam, geproduceerd door snoop dogg!!

dat wordt pas dikke shit!!!!
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Je weet het toch?
Weazel
Gepost door Weazel op zondag 25-11-2007 om 15:22:32
Kam is wel chill.
Snoop is nog niet zo'n super producer.
Maar denk dat het wel goed komt met een beetje hulp.
Mac_S
As long as it has soul Hip Hop can love on...
Gepost door Mac_S op zondag 25-11-2007 om 16:25:56
Quote:
Weazel schreef op 24-11-2007 @ 18:36
http://video.aol.com/video-detail/mc-eiht-straight-outta-compton-
Je bedoelt deze?


Ja dit nummer bedoel ik
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Weazel
Gepost door Weazel op maandag 26-11-2007 om 13:43:00
@Mac_S
Heb zo geen idee waar ie opstaat.
Hij staat in elk geval niet op 1 van mijn CMW cd's.
Als je erachter bent waar ie opstaat, laat het hier even weten wil je?


Dan hebben we hier nog ff een paar lekkere nummers.
http://nl.youtube.com/watch?v=6ygKavnA9a4 - MC Ren - Forget What Ya Heard
http://nl.youtube.com/watch?v=f_Axa_WaaEA - MC Ren - Ruthless For Life
http://nl.youtube.com/watch?v=lr-N2bXBSNE - Ice Cube, Dr Dre, Mc Ren - Hello
http://nl.youtube.com/watch?v=2mepVvs11a8 - MC Ren - Same Old Shit
http://nl.youtube.com/watch?v=O4nM5F-CZ8w - WC, XZIBIT, MC REN & MALAY - Roll On Em
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Zjoerd
Gepost door Zjoerd op maandag 26-11-2007 om 13:46:06
http://www.myspace.com/Youngmaylay

Staan een paar dope tracks op..
Weazel
Gepost door Weazel op maandag 26-11-2007 om 13:51:32
@Zjoerd
Zijn Solo album wordt ook zeker wel gecheckt als het zover is.
Wat ik hier hoorde klonk ook weer niet verkeerd.
WES INDEED pompt sowieso lekker.
Zjoerd
Gepost door Zjoerd op maandag 26-11-2007 om 13:58:38
Herken je de drums van West Coast ook?
Van The Game - Don't Worry
Weazel
Gepost door Weazel op maandag 26-11-2007 om 14:39:04
Nee zo op het 1ste ogenblik niet.
Heb ook nog niet alles rustig door geluisterd.
Kan zijn dat ze dezelfde drums hebben laten samplen.
Maar klinkt best lekker toch?
Zjoerd
Gepost door Zjoerd op maandag 26-11-2007 om 14:41:38
Ja ik bedoelde ook gewoon dat ze dezelfde drum sample hebben. Maar klinkt erg lekker inderdaad. Ken je die San Andreas mixtape van hem? Staan dope nummers op.
Weazel
Gepost door Weazel op maandag 26-11-2007 om 14:44:35
SA mixtape?
Staan daar niet de gewone GTA - SA liedjes op dan?
Zjoerd
Gepost door Zjoerd op maandag 26-11-2007 om 14:47:55
Nee is gewoon een mixtape van hem die die vlak na San Andreas heeft uitgebracht. Hij heet alleen zo omdat hij CJ heeft ingesproken denk ik.
Ik upload hem nu dan staat er straks een linkje. Het is een mixtape maar het zijn geen al bestaande beats trouwens.
Weazel
Gepost door Weazel op maandag 26-11-2007 om 14:50:56
Ah, hij was CJ?
(Weazel komt onder zijn steen vandaan).
Zjoerd
Gepost door Zjoerd op maandag 26-11-2007 om 14:53:10
Haha, duidelijk te horen toch

Edit:
San Andreas Mixtape: http://www.megaupload.com/nl/?d=W2S4SOW9
[ Dit bericht is gewijzigd door op 26-11-2007 @ 15:18:24 ]
Weazel
Gepost door Weazel op maandag 26-11-2007 om 18:27:31
GTA SA is dan ook al een tijdje geleden.
Maar onder die steen lag ik dan ook wel weer lekker


Check dit is...chill.
http://nl.youtube.com/watch?v=61mYBOJwaMc DJ BattleCat -Talkboxing In The Studio
http://nl.youtube.com/watch?v=t1ydwhfn_m4 DJ BattleCat - On The Drums
http://nl.youtube.com/watch?v=ubbPuMi1jeg Kurupt - DJ Battlecat productie - Mystic River


Mac_S
As long as it has soul Hip Hop can love on...
Gepost door Mac_S op maandag 26-11-2007 om 19:14:10
Weazel, heb het album gevonden waar het opstaat...

NWA - Straight outta compton 10th anniversary album
nu alleen nog es opzoek gaan achter het album
greetz ik laat wat achter als ik de link heb
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Weazel
Gepost door Weazel op maandag 26-11-2007 om 22:10:16
@Mac_S

Ah fuk, die staat dus op die k#t cd!
Ik hem nooit kopen omdat ik dacht al die nummers al te hebben
Teh_Jordy
brr
Gepost door Teh_Jordy op dinsdag 27-11-2007 om 17:07:03

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Ah, the Canibus Era, when men were men and rappers were nuclear warheads with twin lyrical Pentium chips. Lyrically.
-soul khan
Weazel
Gepost door Weazel op dinsdag 27-11-2007 om 18:36:43
Crooked I

Teh_Jordy weet het.
Nu nog even wachten op zijn nieuwe materiaal.
Zjoerd
Gepost door Zjoerd op dinsdag 27-11-2007 om 18:41:38
Weazel, wat vind je van die SA Mixtape. Ik vind hem wel lekker.
Weazel
Gepost door Weazel op dinsdag 27-11-2007 om 18:43:24
Heb hem niet gebrand Zjoerd.
Ik ga de cd wel kopen als ik hem tegenkom.
Collector -tik!
Zjoerd
Gepost door Zjoerd op dinsdag 27-11-2007 om 18:45:26
Haha ja dat heb ik ook, maar euh je hoeft hem tog niet te branden je kan hem toch gewoon downloaden en luisteren? Hij is als het goed is niet in de winkel te koop, maar alleen op internet uitgebracht..
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Weazel
Gepost door Weazel op dinsdag 27-11-2007 om 18:48:57
Mmm dat is dan wel fuk.
Maar ik heb meestal genoeg nieuwe cd's in mijn collectie.
Check dat altijd 1st (loop paar maand achter)

Links hier check ik altijd even kort.
Is het mooi, sla ik het op in me hoofd.
En als ik iets zie van die bepaalde artiest, koop ik het.
Mac_S
As long as it has soul Hip Hop can love on...
Gepost door Mac_S op dinsdag 27-11-2007 om 20:15:13
Quote:
Weazel schreef op 26-11-2007 @ 22:10
@Mac_S

Ah fuk, die staat dus op die k#t cd!
Ik hem nooit kopen omdat ik dacht al die nummers al te hebben


haha ok thnx
iemand toevallig die dvd's al een bekeken : BEEF , ben naar de 3de aant zien, coole dingen !
sta stuk op van beef tssn Daz en Kurupt ivm da vroegere death row gedoe
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sreob Gepost door sreob op dinsdag 27-11-2007 om 20:29:25
mac-s

nog niet alles gezien
maar die beef is oud mayn
doggpound is al tijdje samen weer
beter blijven ze
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hiphop naar het oosten,laat maar komen
Mac_S
As long as it has soul Hip Hop can love on...
Gepost door Mac_S op woensdag 28-11-2007 om 19:17:08
yeah i know dat het al oud is en die horen idd samen te blijven, DPG!! toch wel eens interesant om te zien wat er precies gebeurt was...
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sickjack Gepost door sickjack op woensdag 28-11-2007 om 19:35:31
dit is de echte west coast undergroundt shit!!!!!!!!!!!

sick symphoniez.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lgnuLhAOMzA
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dont act a fool,i'm far from stupid
i'm smart like a harvard student
MasterMichael Gepost door MasterMichael op vrijdag 30-11-2007 om 01:27:08
http://nl.youtube.com/watch?v=nkPb4s0-QcI NWA Straight Outta Compton

blijft ook de bom!
ThomasR
De Klankentapper
Gepost door ThomasR op zaterdag 01-12-2007 om 14:50:15
Kan iemand van jullie mij misschien helpen aan dit album: King Lou- King Lous Lounge. Ik zoek 'm al een tijdje, schijnt vet te zijn.
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"Fuck hiphop, ik wil gewoon stoer doen."
spelbreker
No Probz
Gepost door spelbreker op zaterdag 01-12-2007 om 14:52:29
Eastcoast niggas, vindik veel beter

ohja en downsouth is pas echt poep
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Weazel
Gepost door Weazel op maandag 03-12-2007 om 00:03:51
http://nl.youtube.com/watch?v=r4PUE1AZGZA Nate Dogg ft. Daz Dillinger - These Days
http://nl.youtube.com/watch?v=pWUMSPekHBE Nate Dogg - I Got Love
http://nl.youtube.com/watch?v=OMkrzolrssA 50 Cent ft. Nate Dogg - 21 Questions
http://nl.youtube.com/watch?v=bM8yLJFUH1A Hush Feat Eminem And Nate Dogg - Hush Is Coming
http://nl.youtube.com/watch?v=lXvl3jg8n04 Thug Life & Nate Dogg - How Long Will They Mourn Me? (clean version)
http://nl.youtube.com/watch?v=bVSzQzSjxMw West Side Connection & Nate Dogg - Gangsta Nation
http://nl.youtube.com/watch?v=lpayJn3Ch5M Ghostface Killah, Nate Dogg & Mark Ronson - Ooh Wee
http://nl.youtube.com/watch?v=tOJJh9XyE9A Eminem Feat. Nate Dogg Shake That
http://nl.youtube.com/watch?v=flGon7Vn2Bo Warren G feat. Snoop Dogg, Nate Dogg & X-Zibit - Game Don't wait
http://nl.youtube.com/watch?v=EBMaYLrl3mU Snoop Dogg Feat. Nate Dogg & Xzibit - Bitch Please
http://nl.youtube.com/watch?v=DTEG1NchsnM Nate Dogg - One More Day
http://nl.youtube.com/watch?v=g9P-mwyZ26Y Jadakiss feat Nate Dogg "Time Is Up"
http://nl.youtube.com/watch?v=zhWGDGHupYA Warren G, Nate Dogg - Regulate
http://nl.youtube.com/watch?v=pYPk40yf43o Nate Dogg feat Warren G - Nobody Does It Better
http://nl.youtube.com/watch?v=cvrKzmkdBTI Ludacris - Area Codes (feat. Nate Dogg & Pharaoh Monch)
http://nl.youtube.com/watch?v=XaK-Nsgp5qc Snoop Dogg ft Nate Dogg, Kurupt & Warren G-It Aint No Fun
http://nl.youtube.com/watch?v=EVkMrF2U6SA "Like This" - Mack 10 Feat. Nate Dogg
http://nl.youtube.com/watch?v=KBBhKsxsdDM Snoop Dogg featuring Nate Dogg - Boss' Life
http://nl.youtube.com/watch?v=YMDKDclZ1vo Nate Dogg- My World
http://nl.youtube.com/watch?v=KMubhrM_NCA The Game FEAT Nate Dogg - Too Much
http://nl.youtube.com/watch?v=ij00CN13q7Y Shade Sheist ft. Nate Dogg & Kurupt - Where I Wanna Be
http://nl.youtube.com/watch?v=jhEBErxoNMk Snoop Dogg feat. Master P & Nate Dogg "Lay Low"
http://nl.youtube.com/watch?v=pFtRq0tbA6A Nate Dogg,Missy Elliott,Xzibit,Lil Mo,Knocturnal - Keep it
http://nl.youtube.com/watch?v=-VMDEzAs0l0 Warren G Feat. Nate Dogg - I Need A Light
http://nl.youtube.com/watch?v=VvYDOI3KnsU Ol English by The Game & Nate Dogg
http://nl.youtube.com/watch?v=zFFtHV9c5wE Nate Dogg - Music & Me

Baws Gepost door Baws op maandag 03-12-2007 om 01:26:42
dope shit weazel, het bekijken waard

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pKz-RXSeIYA&feature=user

wat denken jullie hier trouwens van ?, schijnt een ode aan een aantal mensen uit de 70's 80's te zijn Rick James, Prince o.a, snoop is altijd al een beetje gek geweest volgens mij, wat vinde jullie ervan?
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wa?
Zjoerd
Gepost door Zjoerd op dinsdag 04-12-2007 om 21:38:31
Spice 1 neergeschoten:
http://www.statemagazine.nl/state.php/nieuws#article3624
Buitengewoon Gepost door Buitengewoon op dinsdag 04-12-2007 om 21:43:39
wie heeft D.O.C. - The Shit ??
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ya diggg
Weazel
Gepost door Weazel op woensdag 05-12-2007 om 12:32:05
@Zjoerd

Quote:
Weazel schreef op 21-11-2007 @ 19:21
Nooit opgevallen dat Spice 1 knetter veel pistoolschoten nadoet ''Blaaah!!! blaah!!! in nummers?.


En nu wordt ie de dupe ervan...
Weazel
Gepost door Weazel op donderdag 06-12-2007 om 18:36:24
De Californische rapper Spice 1, in Amerika goed voor drie gouden platen, is zondagnacht zwaar gewond geraakt bij een schietpartij in Hayward, een voorstad van Oakland. De rapper is in zijn kin en naast zijn hart geraakt, maar leeft gelukkig nog.
Spice 1 ligt op dit moment in kritieke toestand in het ziekenhuis en zijn manager vraagt iedereen voor hem te bidden. De rapper heeft sinds begin jaren negentig vijftien albums uitgebracht, nadat hij ontdekt werd door Too $hort. Door de jaren heeft Spice samengewerkt met o.a. 2Pac, Method Man, Redman, Too $hort, Kurupt en Ice-T. In Europa is hij nooit bekend geworden, maar wat West Coast-hiphop betreft is hij een gevestigde naam. Het nieuwste album van de zwaargewonde rapper, Thug A$$ociation, kwam afgelopen jaar uit.



sreob Gepost door sreob op dinsdag 11-12-2007 om 15:38:14
whut!

leeft die spice nu nog dan?
begon net ze shit te checkuh mayn
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Zjoerd
Gepost door Zjoerd op dinsdag 11-12-2007 om 15:39:37
Ja hij leeft nog.
sreob Gepost door sreob op dinsdag 11-12-2007 om 15:41:25
mooi zo
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Weazel
Gepost door Weazel op dinsdag 11-12-2007 om 18:58:31
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spice_1

On yo ass
Weazel
Gepost door Weazel op vrijdag 14-12-2007 om 19:02:49
Dit hier is een interview van Dubcnn met Julio G.
Sommigen kennen hem door de vele West Coast muziek die ze draaien.
Anderen herkennen hem misschien nog wel uit GTA SA als presentator van West Side Radio.
Lange lange teksten hieronder, maar er zat zat dope's tussen dus fok het.
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Julio G


Dubcnn: Dubcnn connected with the legendary Julio G for an interview. What's up with you man?

Man I feel like ya'll are legendary man! *laughs* I be on your website all the time, so good looking out, I appreciate you taking the time out to talk to me!


Dubcnn: Thank you. To start it off, go ahead and let everybody know what your current situation is, what you got going on.

Well, actually now I am past my 20 year anniversary in the game, I'm working on a Westside Radio album that I'm putting out soon, and I might actually jump on Satellite radio and do the Westside Radio on Satellite a little more rawer than you heard it on regular terrestrial radio. I've been doing shows with Cypress Hill actually, kind of been on tour, in and out, trying to stay busy.


Dubcnn: What's up with K-Day, how come you're not on anymore?

K-Day, it was sort of like a money issue in one sense, and I had a family situation I had to deal with, my moms, so it kind of worked at the right time, I had to take a little break, but I think I'll be coming back. We'll see, radio is fun, if it works for me then I'll do it, if it doesn't work then I'd rather stay out of the loop and let them continue do what they feel is right for them. I like K-Day, I don't have no personal problems or nothing with them, they've been very good to me, so I'll support whatever they want to do, whether I'm involved or not. It's just radio, that's how it goes sometimes, especially when you're dealing with a guy like me. I'm a different type of DJ than everybody else, I demand different type of things. So if it works, it works, if it don't then I just gotta figure out the next plan! But I'm still gonna stick to what I wanna do.


Dubcnn: What made you interested in Satellite radio?

Somebody has been telling me for a while that I should go make that move, and I had it in the back of my mind, but now I want to try some of that just to have some fun, especially if I get the freedom I wish for. That's all it is about, having the freedom to play your music, as opposed to the radio which is so programmed. At the end of the day it's about money, but I really enjoy what I do, so I would do it for whatever money really, but if there has to be a price to it, I still wanna be able to do things that I feel are fun for me. Everything I do with Hip-Hop is always about fun, cause that's what got me into it. It never was about me, 1580 K-Day when I did that back in the days, we didn't get paid to do that! All that Hip-Hop that we put out back then, we did that for no money, we did it for the love!


Dubcnn: How do you feel about the lack of support California DJ's give to their state?

I think it's a funny thing, I kind of don't like to pay attention to that, cause me, I'm from the beginning, so it's hard for me to take a look at a new kid coming in as a DJ, the music he chooses to play is up to him, cause he's not from my era. My era, when we're talking about 1580 K-Day, back then I was the first one that ever played Public Enemy in Los Angeles, first one to play De La Soul, we all broke records! But we always thought about the other guys, the L.A. guys, like Rodney O and Joe Cooley were out of the trunk, Eazy-E was out of the trunk when I met him, MC Hammer out of the trunk when nobody ever heard of him before he got his Capitol deal! Comptons Most Wanted, King Tee, Breeze, a lot of dudes that were our guys, so I felt like when I played BDP, I had to make sure to give Eazy his love.

We always looked out for our guys, cause our guys didn't have those types of deals, it was from the streets! So we always thought about that, that's why there is a West Coast, because of the mixmasters, we were the ones that opened the doors to Dr. Dre, the Wreckin' Cru, L.A. Dream Team, Uncle Jams Army, all them records that came out we played all of it, always supported our own. So it's a different mindstate, but a lot of the DJ's nowadays, they don't realize that you gotta be proud of where you're from! We all are from where we're from, from the West Coast, and you can play everybody else's music as much as you want, but at the end of the day, it's like "what about your music? what about where you're from?" Even if you agree or disagree with it!

I don't actually like all the West Coast records that have ever been out, but I like the person, I like the artist, and they have the right and the freedom to speak, my job is to try and support our movement as much as I can. And it seems like it's always on me, like I'm the only one out here that does that. That's the feeling I get when I'm on the streets, everybody's always like "You the one holding down the West Coast, you are the West Coast!" That's all I hear everywhere I go! It's sad, cause those DJ's don't realize that one day it will be over! Those guys who let you play all their records, they're not gonna care for you.

At the end of the day you still gotta walk on the West, you still gonna run into those same artists on the West! Me, when I'm off or on the radio, it doesn't really matter, cause I can go holler at Snoop Dogg or Dr. Dre or whoever, it doesn't matter! They don't care, they don't even ask me, they just know! They know "this nigga is West Coast like a muthafucka! He has created that platform for us to get our music out"! Now just Snoop and Dre, cause they have a platform, but they also want to hear some other dudes!


Dubcnn: What do you think is the issue though? Do the program directors force the DJ's to play certain records, or is it their own choice?

I'm gonna give you the other side, from a DJ's perspective. They don't have the freedom to do the kind of things that I get to do. But that's why I say that you have to try and find a way to stand out, so you can demand that respect to get the freedom. The reason why program directions at any radio station I ever worked at, they let me do what I do, it's cause I made it like that, because of my track record. You HAVE to believe that I know what time it is with the music, much more than you! Cause any program director from any radio station, he ain't from the neighborhood! Maybe a small percentage across the country really come from a neighborhood, but me I'm different, if you talk to me I'ma tell you what it is! I know Watts, I know Compton, South Central, Ingelwood, Long Beach, I know people from all the years, so I kind of know who's happening and who's gonna bring me something right.

It's about trying to convince the program director people to have a little more belief in the West Coast. They're all like "Yeah, okay man." cause they don't want the problems. They think it's a problem. That's the feeling I get. They hear a couple of crazy records, or hear a couple of things that refer to the streets or with the N-word, or some type of guns, so they think that all the music is like that, every record that's put out is like that. Like DJ Quik and AMG, they had a great record, and that had nothing to do with that! But they put that in that category automatically. It is that. But they don't listen to the lyrics, they don't listen to the music, they just think West Coast music is just about gangbanging, but it actually isn't! Some of it is, but there's a lot of stuff going on on records.

It's just a sad time for the west, that's why I try to do what I can do to keep our situation alive. People think I'm crazy that I do that, cause they're like "you could just do something else!" But I feel very passionate about it, I'm from the hood and it's where I'm from! I'ma represent where I'm from even if it's not popular right now. That's how it goes sometimes. But if you see my track record, I've been with the West Coast through ups and downs, I'm always the one that does that, keeps it going. When I'm not on the radio, you can tell the difference! That's how it is.


Dubcnn: Which DJ's are you feeling right now?

I like Felli Fel, I think Felli Fel gets a bad rep, people can have their opinions about him but he does his thing, he's a DJ, he plays music. I like my man Von up in the pay too, he does his thing. I like Big Boy too, he's funny to me, cause he's got that L.A. comedy, I can relate to his comedy a lot. It's like catching the bus back in the 80's, you always had that homie that was making you laugh, and he reminds me of somebody I used to ride the bus with when I used to go to high school. He would be going to another school but he'd get on the same bus, and everyday he'd had me laughing, all the time! He'd bang on me but it was so funny that I had to laugh, and that's who Big Boy reminds me of.

I like the Goodfellas too, I actually like all the DJ's, people think that we'd have beef, or that I wouldn't like Felli Fel, but we talk about it, I talk to him all the time, we laugh about it! I tell him "Let them think what they wanna think, I don't have no personal beef!" But there are some times where I've went hard on situations from his radio station, cause they've done some things that were not cool. The audience doesn't notice but I do, so I express myself. But it's like rappers man, it's a competitive thing in its own way, but it's nothing personal, I don't dislike E-Man or Felli Fel or anybody over Power 106, I love them all I listen to them all the time. But if I work with somebody else, then we're on the court, it is what it is! *laughs*

But it's all to raise the bar up, when I come they already know that I'm coming, West Coast! So if you ain't on it, then they're gonna come start asking me! I put the pressure on all the rest of the DJ's cause I come so hard with it, and it sounds so right. When you're hearing it you're like "Man why don't all these muthafuckas just do this! Why does he just do this? How come this dude when he gets on, he's just with it! And ya'll muthafuckas is tap dancing around the shit!"

I'm gonna explain something to you that people might not understand about me, or understand why I'm so popular. Number 1 is because I give respect. I've always been very respectful towards the culture, I never juiced it for convenience of my own. I've given to the West Coast a lot more than its given back to me. I've blown up a lot of peoples careers, but the difference between me and everybody else is that I actually sell the music. I sell you Glasses Malone, I sell you Jay Rock, I sold you Mr. Short Khop back in the day, I sold you Xzibit, and I sold it to you! Like even though Jay-Z was popping, and yeah he's a cool muthafucka, but when Xzibit's song would come on, I'd go extra on his. Like "Yo this is my man right here X 2 the Z, Likwit Crew, this album "40 Dayz & 40 Nights" I'm telling you it's a banger! It's in my deck!" You have to sell that shit!

Everybody's just like "Here's the new Xzibit" and boom they're gone. And then they're like "Oh man, Kanye and 50! And bla bla bla." They don't fuck with you dog! They gone fuck with you when they need you, but they ain't fucking with you, do they hang with you, do you see them out here all the time? Do you go to 50 or Kanye's house? Do you fuck with him? 9 times out of 10 you really don't. A lot of the artists from out of town, no disrespect to them, but they don't thank you! They just take it for granted! That's where I think the issue comes with the West Coast, cause it's like you're pumping all these other muthafuckas up, but for what? When they come to your town all they do is smoke your weed and fuck your bitches and get out of here! They ain't doing shit for you man.

That's why me, I have a relationship with artists. Like Spider Loc, me and Spider, I go by Spider's studio and go fuck with him, smoke some weed, just cause I'm over on that side of town! We ain't talking about no music, we just hanging as friends, I have a relationship with dude, I like to kick it with Spider, he's cool people. All his people are cool. Big Syke from Thug Life, I go all the way out to his house to go fuck with him too. It's like, I have relationships with these peoples, it got past the records! They know that if I can play their records I will, and if I can't they will understand it and know that the door is always open. Like I said, I'd rather have those relationships, cause whether the radio is on or off it doesn't matter, when I run into you I wanna be able to chop it up with you.

But out of towners, what's the odds of me seeing these dudes? I just met 50 Cent the other day for the first time, wonderful guy, I did a interview for him on MySpace that's got about a half a million hits, first time I ever talked to him, he's cool, but what are the odds of me running into him like that? I'll run into Snoop, or run into Domino! It's more about the relationship that I like to have. That's why I tell the DJ's, it's cool to support the other dudes, but you gotta ask yourself "What are they actually doing for you? Are they supporting you?" Or do you play their records and when they see you they give you a pound like "Yeah whatever." They take it for granted almost! Just take that time out and play somebody from the West! Watch how much more love you'll get out here with his homies and his people!

That's why I get to go to neighborhoods, I can go fuck with the Rollin' 60's and the Nickerson Garden Bloods, and go fuck with the Grape Street Watts, I can go to Compton and go fuck with a few different areas over there. I just be rolling! You'll catch me on a block in South Central, it's not a big deal, and that's what I think a lot of the DJ's don't do either, they're scared to really come fuck with muthafuckas. They think they gone get beat up or robbed, but it's not even like that, if you come at a person the right way, it's respect. They respect that you're even in their neighborhood, risking your life to come holler at a muthafucka! It's always been like that, that's where the music comes from.


Dubcnn: As a person who has broken many new artists, who are Julio G's hottest picks as far as up and coming artists right now?

On the West, I just did a mixtape with this guy Dro, I like Dro a lot. I like Jay Rock too, he's got a good album, and I like him personally, he's a cool dude. Of course Glasses Malone I like... Let me think though, let me really give you some shit. I heard some shit by Bangloose that was really good, I like where Bangloose is going too with it, he's a club sound and I liked that, get to the club a little bit. I like this kid Ya Boy from the Bay, I like Bishop Lamont, I haven't heard a lot of stuff of his, but what I've heard I liked. I like Westurn Union too, I just talked to Soopafly, I like that new joint they got "Cali Grown", that shit knocking like a muthafucka. Young Maylay I fuck with him. I heard some shit the other day from this kid Young Dre with Bishop Lamont that shit was dope too.


Dubcnn: Yeah Young Dre is dope, he's been around for a minute too.

Yeah I've heard his name here and there but I hadn't really heard a lot of music. But as a matter of fact, I think I was on Dubcnn when I heard it! I brought it back a couple times like "damn that shit hot!" So he caught me with that song basically. There's a lot of good dudes out here, I just don't think that we have the opportunities right now as far as the labels. A lot of guys are just looking for this radio support, and they need to get the label and things they are doing more situated before they even come at the radio.

A lot of the guys I named, we've had some disagreements with about whether I could play the record or not, so I'm just trying to give them advice. Sometimes they don't like to hear it at first, but later on they realize that what I was telling them was a jewel, I was right! Like "Dog, I'm not just trying to tell you to down you." I would never do that to a West Coast artist, I would never tell him "Give it up, you just suck!" *laughs* I would never do that, I would always encourage you, like "This ain't the song for you man! And the reason why I'm telling you is because you can't change that first impression! I'm just telling you my nigga, once that shit is out, it ain't gonna go!

I'm telling you because I do this for a living everyday. I ought to be charging for that, they call that shit consultation when white boys do it" But when I do it it's like muthafuckas get upset sometimes! But I just tell them like "If I upset you, then just go ahead with it, give it two or three months, and after you heard this 10 more times, you'll see what I mean." This is how I tell muthafuckas, it's like selling dope! Let's say you got a bomb ass kush joint, and pass it around to the homies, you got 7 people in the circle, and you pass it around, and everybody like "Goddamn that weed bomb as a muthafucka!" And all these muthafuckas in the circle, they all got money. Now, me, if I can come up on some shit that somebody got, that's just that banging, I'm going in my pocket! Can I get some of that? I'll buy this off you!

It's the same thing with the music, it's like you can have a good song playing, and it could be the shit, and now they want it! But you ain't got no dope? So you ain't really a drug dealer. You were just a guy that had a good joint, one good joint to get us high and now the high is gone. Now the people left because they got jobs to do, they got shit to do, and that's it! That's why I see a lot of guys saying "Man my shit is hot!" But what's up with the label? Where did you put it out? How much money did you give them for the record?" You gotta be ready to sell that dog, cause you're hot at this moment, and if you don't got nothing to sell, you might as well not throw the shit out there!

That's my advice to artists, hold it! No need to hurry it, and be famous today for nothing! You'd rather hold that shit! If you got a hot song, hold it. If you ain't set up on a background yet, or you ain't got the label support and all that together, hold it! Put it to the side! Don't just throw it out there! Cause then if it takes off, you ain't got nothing to back it up with! So you ain't selling no dope! Now the guy that has the 6 ounces in the car and happens to pull the joint out, the muthafucka is gonna serve everybody, put the money in his pocket and that's it! It's the same thing, same concept! If you're a hustler on the streets, then that's the first thing you know! You ain't no drug dealer if you ain't got no drugs to sell! So if you got music, you can't just have a song, you need to have the music when people want it, and you gotta be ready to go. That's how you become successful and things work out. I think that's what a lot of West Coast artists need to understand better. Right now there are a lot of guys with talent, but they just gotta get the company, to somebody that can back them, even if it's an independent, just somebody who can back their music!


Dubcnn: Now you've been working on your official album "Westside Radio" for a while now. When did you decide to put out this album?

Well, I've been dealing with some sample clearances and things like that, so that's kind of been holding me back, but I've been trying to put a record out for a minute, just to do it. It's more of a statement, like a representation. I wanted to put out a Westside Radio album cause I've been very successful with my Westside Radio mixtapes. Everytime I put them out, I sell out in like two weeks, people gravitate to that, so that's why I was trying to do a real record.

Mack 10 had always offered me a deal, since the 90's, when he first got Hoo Bangin' going, he called me and told me "If you want a deal, it's here." So back then I was actually getting started on a record, and that Kurupt record "Callin' Out Names" where he dissed DMX, that was the first actual song for my album. A lot of people don't know that, I also did the scratching in the song. That was going to be on my record! Then it got leaked out through somebody, created a buzz, and then Kurupt asked me if he could put it on his album, cause it was gonna be a minute till mine came out. I said "Alright, cool, no problem, just trade me off another song. It's all good."

That was our agreement, but then Mack 10 parted ways with his situation that he had with Priority at the time, and he always left it open when he got another situation with Brian Turner, he called me and told me let's put it together! I love Mack 10 man, he's treated me wonderful, he's a wonderful person to do a record with, I hope to do a lot of records with him. I don't think I need to find another label or another person, I'm very confortable with Mack 10, he reminds me of Eazy-E a lot, that's why I think we get along so good. Like I said, I got nothing but the highest things to say about Mack 10, even if we didn't do a record again. He's a great person to work with, I love him.


Dubcnn: Have you spoken to him about the status on Westside Connection?

You know, we talked about it! Cause I actually tried to reach out to Ice Cube and WC, it's a couple of people that didn't really reach back to me, and it was a little bit disappointing, but I don't really want to use the word disappointing, it's the music business so I take it for what it is. It's cool. I reached out to The Game, and he never responded back to me, I reached out to E-40, he was gonna give me a song but then never came through, I don't know what happened with that. I reached out to Ice Cube and WC for a song, and I knew it was going to be a little funny maybe for them, because it's on Mack 10's label, but I thought that because it was my record, they might overlook that.

But they didn't really want to participate. They didn't actually tell me themselves verbally, but that's the impression I got. That was just a little bit disappointing, cause all those artists that I just named, I've supported. Especially Ice Cube, I was playing his records when he was in CIA! WC I've known since way way back, before the rapping, I've always been supportive towards him, so I just kind of feel like.. is it a problem cause it's on homeboy's label? I never like to get involved in those types of deals, when people have beefs and all that, I don't like to be in the middle. When Snoop Dogg and Suge Knight were having their situation, I know Suge and I know Snoop, it was a situation back in the days where it kind of put me in the middle, but they both had to understand that I'm Westside Radio man, I can't lean towards anybody, I can't play more Crips and less Bloods or more Bloods and less Crips! I can't do that! It's unfair to the music.

So that's why I try not to get involved in those kind of things, I actually try to see what I can do to resolve the situation. That's my whole thing. Cause I do know both parties. I've mentioned it to Ice Cube, and he said it was a family situation, family issue, and I respect that, that's cool. But I'm not mad at anybody, I'm not mad at The Game or whatever, or E-40, I'm just down with whoever wants to participate with me. I look at the positive. If they are down, I'ma focus on them. If they don't want to be a part of it, that's cool, it is what it is.


Dubcnn: So let's do some name dropping, who do you have on the album so far?

I got Dro, I got Quik and AMG, I got Snoop Dogg, Mack 10, Glasses Malone and Butch Cassidy, that record that has been on the radio is for my album and also Mack 10's "Soft White" album. I got this kid named Young Sinatra from the Bay that I like a lot, I got Mitchy Slick representing San Diego, I got Bishop Lamont, The Federation, the Young Hoggs, B-Real from Cypress Hill, the Dogg Pound, Topic from West Covina, I think Damani is gonna get on it, and I got a song with a whole bunch of different artists at the end, like Bad Lucc, Mykestro, Dro, Jay Rock.


Dubcnn: That "West Coast Roll Call" right?

Yeah that "West Coast Roll Call"! We're adding a few people to the version I'm putting out, a lot of people on it.


Dubcnn: I also heard that you got a big remix on there?

Yeah I might be doing this remix with this Snoop Dogg song, just trying to figure that out today actually. I might be doing this remix to his song "Snooperman", but add Above The Law to it, cause he's rapping over their beat. I'm actually trying to track them down now to get them on the remix and put it out with them on it.


Dubcnn: Which are your personal highlights on the album?

You know, I like Quik & AMG's song a lot.


Dubcnn: Is it a Fixxers song?

It's a Fixxers song, yeah. I like them. I like how Dro started the record off, I like the Young Hoggs song too, they're very creative.


Dubcnn: Were these all songs that were specifically recorded for the project?

Yeah, yeah, these are all new songs. I picked diferent songs from different people.


Dubcnn: I heard dubcnn is represented on there...

Yeah yeah! That's right! I used dubcnn as the correspondent that does the skits, my girl Tiffany plays the reporter and she's reporting for dubcnn.com. I wanted to put ya'll in it cause I be on ya'll site a lot, so I had to show some love!


Dubcnn: So what's the release date for "Westside Radio"?

Sometime in the middle of November or something. (Editor's note: Album was pushed back since the interview, no set release date as of yet.)


Dubcnn: Can we expect a single or a video?

Yeah, I have a video for Dro's song on the DVD, cause there's a DVD coming with the record as a bonus, where you'll see interviews with a lot of the guys on the record, a couple of videos and stuff like that. It was a lot of fun shooting Dro's video, the whole Jordan Downs Project came out on a Friday night when we shot the video. So the album is a CD and a DVD for the price of a CD, I'm not charging extra, that's just my bonus DVD for the people who like the interviews that I do. The album is more of a representation of "Westside Radio", it's a platform for the newer guys, I wanted to give them a shot, the Jay Rock's and the Topic's and the Glasses Malone's, the Young Hogg's. I could've just went and got all the namers and put Too Short and E-40 and all that, but I wanted to show the new faces. I hope that the next big dudes come off that record. That's what the whole thing is.


Dubcnn: You should do a new "Julio G Anthem" on there!

We're gonna do that for the second one, the second record is gonna be a little different. I have a better idea for the second record, this first record was just to do it, and I learned a lot of things that I should have done in the earlier stages, and things I should have wrapped up at the end. But it is what it is, you live and learn. The next one is going to be a little different.


Dubcnn: You were at the "Cali Iz Active" video shoot, what kind of an experience was that?

Well you know, it's always good to get everybody together! I brought my daughter and her little friend out, it was good to get everybody together. People have this impression of the West Coast, not only people, but us ourselves too, we have the impression that we aren't together. I think that we actually are more together than people think. I think we as the West Coast, and when I say "we" I mean DJ's and artists, we need to highlight our togetherness more, instead of just living off this hype that people think you don't get along. Cause it's not true!

I go to studios where there's Bloods and Crips! Everybody knows everybody from somewhere! I always tell artists: Back in the 80's, King Tee, Eazy-E, CMW, Toddy Tee, they would all be in the same party! They might have not hung out all in one circle, but it was cool! And these was all different muthafuckas from Compton! If they had nothing good to say, they just didn't say nothing. That's what I tell West Coast artists: Dogg, if you ain't got shit good to say about a muthafucka, just don't say nothing! Just say you think he's cool, and leave it at that! Cause that's what hurts us! Nobody is on that shit man, everybody knows everybody from somewhere. The reason we're doing what we do is to create some music, create an avenue to create something for your kids, to better you as a person! We should be asking ourselves what can we do for the neighborhood, to do something bigger and better!

Artists and people always feel like you gotta keep it so muthafuckin' real, and it's gotta be just real. Like you gotta live it like that, walk it like that and prove it to people that you're really real. Well, that's cool! Alright! But, this is the music business. That don't really matter. What really matters is, what are you gonna do with it when you get successful? Are you gonna give back to your community? Do you want our kids to think that it's about that? That's why I choose to do what I do. I think out of all the radio DJ's in Los Angeles, and I'm not saying this to sound better than anybody, but I do a lot of community work that people don't know about. I was just in the Jordan Downs Projects for 4-5 hours doing a talent show, hosting it, putting it together, all for free. I got in my car, drove off, no problem! Compton same thing, Inglewood, same thing! I got to a lot of jails, talk to a lot of kids, and "Westside Radio" is what people attach it to! But that's not what I want you to feed into.

What I want you to feed into is that I am from the neighborhood, and I have something positive to tell you. I don't roll with 50 people, banging out, I don't do that. I just want to try to do whatever I can do to help young kids have a positive outlook. I sitll live in the hood, there is no problem with that, I don't feel like I have to fun anywhere or whatever, I gotta deal with the same shit as everybody else. Everybody I go to the liquor store or go get gas, I have to watch my ass, that's just life, that's just the hood, there's nothing new about that. But I feel like I'm a positive person, and that's what I tell artists: make your music man, do whatever you do, but when you come outside, you gotta show some positive energy, cause that's what brought us down, people thinking that we're all fucking crazy and that we're gonna fuck shit up, and that we can't get along! It's really not all that.

I did a show in Long Beach with Dro, with Compton niggas there, Watts muthafuckas, and Long Beach niggas, all in one room! I thought for sure, this is it! All the shit I've ever done in 20 years, I thought this night was it! I was like "Aw man, you at the wrong fuckin' spot tonight!" I didn't know all these Compton and Watts niggas was gonna be here, and now these Long Beach niggas done stepped in. They don't get a long like that! But you know what happened? It was all love! Compton niggas got up there and performed, rocked it, everybody clapped, Dro got on represented Watts, everybody clapped, a couple Long Beach guys got up there, everybody clapped. It was all love! It was an understanding, O.G.'s was there who probably ain't stepped out the house in years! But we weren't there for that, we were there to have fun. That's what you call a gangsta party, and we had a great time, in a little ass spot in Long Beach, it was crazy. But it was good to see, cause I think that's where we're at.

A good example is Dro, he's from the Jordan Downs Project, Jay Rock is from the Nickerson Garden Projects. They've had their situations over in Watts, on both sides. But I ain't never heard Dro say shit about Jay Rock fucked up, and I ain't never heard Jay Rock say shit about Dro. It's all about Watts. And that's cool, I like that. That's what I think the important issue is with the West Coast music. The music is there, it needs to be highlighted more, and the support needs to be there more. From the radio too, and I'm not just talking about playing the shit, I'm talking about real support! Be with it! Don't just fall victim to everybody elses shit. I love the South, they make great music, they doin' they thing! But I'm going West first. *laughs* It's West first! That's just what it is! And then, I'll listen to that. We're on some other shit on the West Coast, we're on some Hip-Hop shit too!


Dubcnn: Which records that dropped this year did you like the most, in general.

I enjoyed Kanye's album, I enjoyed 50 Cent's album. I like Common's album a lot. I like the "Doctor's Advocate" a lot too, I bought that record like three times. I like Jeezy's album too that came out. I be listening to so much different shit. I heard WC's album is really good too, I haven't had a chance to cop it yet. But when I was in a Jordan Downs Projects muthafuckas was tellin me that shit is hard, so I'ma have to go see what that's about.


Dubcnn: As a last question, what are your expectations for Detox?

My expectations for Detox are... I mean when I saw Dr. Dre come out at the MTV Awards, he looked healthy! He looked like he was working it out, which I thought was a good sign for the Detox. Cause that's what I got from it! Like this guy, he's detoxed! For real! I think in a weird way, when I saw that, it made me feel good! I'm 38, he's probably 40 something, he was always a little older than me, and he looks phenomenal! I thought that was a good way to promote healthiness amongst kids and things like that. That's what I mean when I say things that people won't highlight. They won't highlight that! They'll only highlight it if Dr. Dre got a gun on the cover! They don't do the West like that, they do us wrong! And then when other muthafuckas start to do it, then it's gonna be their idea.

But I thought that was a real good look. I'm sure when he puts that record out, he's gonna look very healthy and very detoxed. That inspires a lot of people to try and change their habits, who have been probably smoking weed for a long time, or whatever. Like it's time for the detox. So musically, I know it's gonna be crazy, cause that's just what he does! Specially when he takes his time on it. Whatever Dr. Dre does, he's guaranteed to sell at least 2 or 3 from me, cause I bought all his album 3 or 4 times. I always go buy that shit again. I can't wait to hear it and I know it's going to be a great album.


Dubcnn: What about Snoop's new album "Ego Trippin'"?

I'm always down with Snoop. One thing we didn't touch on that I wanted to mention is, when we were talking about DJ's earlier, there's also responsibility that goes on to the artists side. Like I told Snoop before, he wanted to have a meeting with the artists, and wanted me to round up the DJ's and have a closed room discussion. When I do what I do, I put pressure on all them guys, like "Ya'll ain't doin that!" So it puts them in a bad space, but I don't try to do it to put them [other DJ's] in a bad space. But I think that also the artists don't understand that DJ's have to go by certain rules too! They don't have that much freedom and power to do what they want to do. But on the other hand, it's also the artists responsibility to support the DJ's! Cause if you look back in the history of records, of West Coast Hip-Hop, you'd think my name must have been mentioned at least 50 times! But you really never hear my name, ever!

Like on Game's first album, I loved that album, but the only problem I had with it was: "Why you shouting out them New York DJ's dog? That's cool and everything, but they already blowing up! Why don't you shout us out? Why don't you shout out some real niggas like Joe Cooley, Tony G, Julio G, and the muthafuckas that created this for all ya'll! The guy you got tattooed on your arm, I broke his records! It's like homie, come on! But the only person that came through is actually Snoop Dogg! Snoop Dogg always makes sure that I get on his album and do some kind of skit, cause he knows that that blows me up around the world! So he understand that he has to give me some love, cause he's a big artists and I've helped him and all his artists. So why wouldn't he just put me on a record and let me say my name and do a little skit?


Dubcnn: That's something I gotta say about Snoop too, out of all the big artists, he's always been looking out. He put me on that "Big Squeeze" compilation, and he's always supporting, even though he doesn't have to!

Yeah! That's what I mean! And I need it! I love him for that! Dr. Dre also, I give him his! In the "2001" booklet, I'm the only DJ in the picture collage. That was a big thing for me, that was 10 million records sold on that shit! That was just nice! We need that! I think that the artists out here, they complain about the DJ's, but then you gotta ask yourself, what are you doing for them? Are you just calling out niggas just to get your shit played so you can come up? Or are you calling muthafuckas saying "What can I do for you man? Help me out, and what can I do for you?" East Coast and Down South muthafuckas, that's how they get down! That question is given to me and asked more by East Coast and Down South artists than any West artist. That I can tell you straight out. That's not a diss to the artists, it's just the way things are.

When you come to a DJ, you gotta say "What can I do for you man?" And if it's nothing right now, I'ma still hold that in my pocket, cause I'ma need you eventually to do something for me! If I helped you get some place and helped blow your shit up, then maybe you can help me on my shit! So that shouldn't be a problem, and I think that there is a miscommunication when it comes to the artists and the DJ's. It ain't always necessarily about money or payola or anything like that. Like me, I'm doing a record, and I'm like "Hey I need you to get on this record for me." It should be "Ok I got you, no problem!" It works both ways, I support you, you support me! That's what it is! That's what I like to hear more West Coast artists do, shout the DJ's out a little bit more on records and put they names out a little bit more, cause we need the promotion too! That's why the New York guys is driving benzo's and shit like that, doing it big! Cause they do that with each other!

How many times you heard Funk Master Flex's name on a record, or Kid Capri's name on a record over the years? Whoo Kid, Clue, the reason you know all they names is cause rappers put they names in songs that you heard! But then you listen to L.A. records and it's just blank! It's like they say everything about L.A. except the DJ's! Like they don't exist! And then they come to you like "Ay man, why you ain't show me no love?" "Oh really? Where was your love?" I asked a few artists that! "How many times you said my name on a record? You ain't got a story about me muthafucka? I was out here doing it before you! You were a little kid listening to me! I inspired you, man! You can't even say my name, say Julio G something? Damn dogg!" And then they catch themselves, like "Damn, he's right! I didn't even think about that" *laughs* That's what I mean, the artists gotta meet the DJ's half way, and the DJ's need to do their job too.


Dubcnn: I appreciate your time man, that was a lot of knowledge right there. Is there anything else you'd like to let everybody know?

Man, what else? Let me think... Just go get that album man, go support that "Westside Radio". It's not about sales, it's more about a statement, I just need people, whoever has appreciated my work over the years, who understands the bigger picture, please go support that record. It's a hell of a statement to make, and we need to start something man... I was just on some blogs yesterday, and muthafuckas was talking shit about us man, like we're just out, or we're done! That shit be hurting my feelings man, like we're done? Come on, man! Ya'll muthafuckas don't know... That's why there needs to be more support out here, I just hope that people enjoy the Westside Radio album. I got more to come, so just go ahead and support it!



Dat was het.
Moet het zelf ook nog eens goed overlezen
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VaderJakob Gepost door VaderJakob op vrijdag 14-12-2007 om 22:29:42
Het eerste hiphop bandje dat ik had was Eazy Duz it. ik ken een paar tracks nog uit mn hoofd;
Woke up quick, at about noon
Just thought that I had to be in Compton soon
Gotta get drunk before the day begins
Before my mother starts bitchin about my friends..

enz. Met heel vette beats van Dre, zo maakt ie ze nie meer. Maakt die man ueberhaupt nog wel echt zelf beats, of huurt ie daar allerlei knechtjes voor in? Ik hoorde dat die still DRE beat door een of ander knechtje was ingespeeld, die daarna al die 50cent beats zoals wanksta ging maken.

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hoge bomen vangen veel bliksem
AceInc
Breaking Atoms
Gepost door AceInc op zaterdag 15-12-2007 om 11:46:28
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4QdgC6w0gL4

Wie heeft dat nummer op mp3?
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hate when wack rappers say they hate wack rappers
Zjoerd
Gepost door Zjoerd op zaterdag 15-12-2007 om 22:20:54
Mijn West coast collectie:

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Redelijk bescheiden, maar ach..
D_Original
Sjawel Sjeweet
Gepost door D_Original op zaterdag 15-12-2007 om 22:28:18
Quote:
AceInc schreef op 15-12-2007 @ 11:46
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4QdgC6w0gL4

Wie heeft dat nummer op mp3?


http://www.filebam.com/download/17717-09238b/08_-_The_-_D.O.C._-_&_-_The_-_Doctor.mp3
[ Dit bericht is gewijzigd door op 15-12-2007 @ 23:01:01 ]

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boys dragen uggs, afgezakte skinny jeans
voelen zich hip hop in een played out urban scene
AceInc
Breaking Atoms
Gepost door AceInc op zondag 16-12-2007 om 12:31:50
thanks
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hate when wack rappers say they hate wack rappers
elswabie
XIII XI MCMLXXX
Gepost door elswabie op zondag 16-12-2007 om 13:02:09
Ik zag net iemand zijn west-coast collectie op deze topic, en daarbij stond ook bone-thugs en harmony... maar dat is geen west coast eeejjjj, ze zijn wel ondekt door eazy-e maar da wil niet zeggen dat ze van de west coast zijn!!!!! snapte??

Hahahaha....

MAAARRRUUUHHH, sinds ik internet heb is mijn west-coast collectie al gegroeid van 13 cd's naar een cd'tje of 150 ongeveer, en in totaal heb ik al 674 rap cd's in mijn collectie, en we zijn nog steeds groeiende...hahahahaha.....

Van rap kan je nooit genoeg krijgen hoooorrrr....

bws-4 life
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Je weet het toch?
Weazel
Gepost door Weazel op zondag 16-12-2007 om 13:14:44
(Klopt, Bone Thugs komt uit Cleveland, Ohio)

Zal binnenkort is ff mijn West Coast verzameling droppen.
Die is echt om te
Zjoerd
Gepost door Zjoerd op zondag 16-12-2007 om 13:39:51
Haha ja ik weet dat BTNH niet van de west coast zijn, maar ik vind toch dat ze die west coast sound en vibe hebben.
[ Dit bericht is gewijzigd door op 16-12-2007 @ 13:40:03 ]
sreob Gepost door sreob op maandag 17-12-2007 om 20:43:07
die nieuwe cube knalt nog vaak door me huis
die ouwe snoop en die van de doggpound ook nog fakt op veel

#over zjoerd ze collectie heb ik et dan#
[ Dit bericht is gewijzigd door op 17-12-2007 @ 20:43:48 ]

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hiphop naar het oosten,laat maar komen
Rallic
Molotov IV
Gepost door Rallic op maandag 17-12-2007 om 20:51:39
Quote:
AceInc schreef op 15-12-2007 @ 11:46
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4QdgC6w0gL4

Wie heeft dat nummer op mp3?


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