Eric "Eazy-E" Wright was a pioneer for west coast rap and gangsta rap as a whole, bringing the world a taste of the ghetto that hadn't been seen before on that level. Though the message NWA put out
I almost forgot that The Game's last album was actually decent. "The City" is a definite standout from that album, with Kendrick Lamar totally dominating it and The Game trying to keep up. Anyway,
Ok, now I'm mad I didn't go to SXSW. Smoke DZA takes to the stage to perform "Big Bad And Dangerous" with Action Bronson...and what appears to be Riff Raff milling about in the background. Oh well,
Nipsey Hussle drops this set of visuals from "Run A Lap" off the The Marathon Continues mixtape. I remember doing all kinds of ignorant West Coast dances to this when I first heard it.
This is a classic West Coast song from one of the earlier Latino MCs who came out in 1990 mixing Spanish lyrics with English and representing his people in a major way. This joint is guaranteed to turn
This young brother is a testament to the fact that you can really stumble across some gems going through your inbox as a blogger. He's also a lesson in persistence to upcoming artists. Dude approached
That "Bird On A Wire" collabo with Bronson got me looking up some more material from the boy Riff Raff of SODMG and I came across this video. Some people take rap seriously 100% of the time, but I like
I'm gonna keep it 100 and inform all of you that I slept heavily on this joint...like, didn't even bother to hit play on it when it first dropped a month ago. I just saw "Riff Raff of SODMG" and thought
I'm sorry, but I really don't wanna see anybody rocking these again just because Swizz or Ross said it was cool. If you like Reeboks just because, cool, but these classics didn't need to really come
Troy Ave drops visuals for two joints off of Bricks In My Backpack 2.