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Rich Homie Quan - Walk Thru ft. Problem (Official Video)
Check out the official music video for "Walk Thru" by Rich Homie Quan ft. Problem For the single, "Walk Thru (feat. Problem)". Available Now! iTunes: http://smarturl.it/57qngl Amazon Music: http://smarturl.it/5j18iq Google Play: http://smarturl.it/qgkxd2 Also on the album, "I Promise I Will Never Stop Going In (Deluxe Edition)". Available Now! iTunes: http://smarturl.it/delpvq Amazon Music: http://smarturl.it/xp8eim Google Play: http://smarturl.it/m35o4j Directed by Vietnam Vanguard Films Produced by League of Starz Official music video by Rich Homie Quan performing Walk Thru feat. Problem. 2014 Think It's A Game Entertainment, LLC / Rich Homiez #RichHomieQuan #WalkThru #Vevo #HipHop #VevoOfficial
Above The Law - Black Superman
From 1994 Album: "Uncle Sam's Curse"...[Artist info below]..... Get Above The Law's Music: http://www.amazon.com/Above-the-Law/e/B000AP7ZY4/ref=sr_ntt_srch_lnk_1?qid=1327806888&sr=1-1 & http://itunes.apple.com/us/artist/above-the-law/id715154 Part of the post-N.W.A explosion of California gangsta rap, Above the Law came out of the eastern Los Angeles suburb of Pomona; leader Cold 187um, aka Big Hutch (born Gregory Hutchinson), was joined by KMG the Illustrator (born Kevin Dulley), Go Mack (born Arthur Goodman), and DJ Total K-Oss (born Anthony Stewart). Mixing '70s vintage funk and soul samples with live instrumentation (Hutchinson had studied jazz while in school), the group signed with Eazy-E's Ruthless Records and issued their debut album, Livin' Like Hustlers, in 1990; split into violence- and sex-themed sides, it was co-produced by Dr. Dre (prior to N.W.A's rancorous breakup) and received well in gangsta circles. The Vocally Pimpin' EP appeared in 1991, and the full-length follow-up, Black Mafia Life, was released in 1993. Go Mack left the group shortly thereafter, and Above the Law stuck with the trio format for their last Ruthless album, 1994's Uncle Sam's Curse, which featured greater contributions from KMG. Following Eazy-E's tragically sudden death, Above the Law left Ruthless for Tommy Boy, debuting in 1996 with Time Will Reveal; although the lyrics stuck with the group's well-worn gangsta themes, it demonstrated that Big Hutch's skills as a G-funk producer were becoming ever more polished. 1998's Legends kept the West Coast gangsta flame burning, but proved to be their last release on Tommy Boy; they formed their own label, West World, and struck a distribution deal with Street Solid for 1999's Forever: Rich Thugs. The same year, Big Hutch released his solo debut, Executive Decisions. In 2000, Big Hutch was recruited by Suge Knight to become the new house producer and musical director at Death Row Records, making it the new home of Above the Law as well. They recorded a new album called Diary of a Drug Dealer, but the release dates were continually pushed back while Big Hutch worked on production assignments, including the debut album by Crooked I; amid all the album delays, rumors began to circulate about the group's breakup. Updated & Extended Info Here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Above_the_Law_%28group%29
Eazy-E - Real Muthaphuckkin G's (Dirty) (Official Video) HD
Eazy E - Real Muthafuckin G's official music video featuring Dresta and B.G. Knocc Out. Real Muthaphukkin G's peaked at #42 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 chart, becoming Eazy-E's highest charting single as a solo artist. "Real Muthaphuckkin G's" debuts brothers B.G. Knocc Out and Dresta, protégés of Eazy-E. ------------------------------------------ Lyrics: Compton, Compton, Compton Ahh, real muthaphuckkin G's Ahh, real muthaphuckkin G's Ahh, real muthaphuckkin G's Ahh, real muthaphuckkin G's [Verse 1: Eazy-E] Hey yo, Doctor, here's another proper track And it's phat, watch the sniper, time to pay the piper And let that real shit provoke See, you's a wannabe 'loc, and you'll get smoked, and I hope That your fans understand when you talk about sprayin' me The same records that you makin' is payin' me Motherfuck Dre! Motherfuck Snoop! Motherfuck Death Row! Yo, and here comes my left blow 'Cause I'm the E-A-Z-Y-E and this is the season To let the real motherfuckin' G's in You're like a kid, you found a pup, and now you're dapper But tell me, where the fuck you found an anorexic rapper? Talkin' 'bout who you gon' squabble with and who you shoot You're only sixty pounds when you're wet and wearin' boots (Damn, E, they tried to fade you on Dre Day) But Dre Day only meant Eazy's payday All of a sudden Dr. Dre is the G Thang But on his old album cover he was a she-thang So, nigga please, nigga please Don't step to these muthaphuckkin' real G's [Hook] Stop him in his tracks, show him that I am Ruthless Yo, Dre! (What's up?) Boy, you should've known by now [Verse 2: Dresta] Every day it's a new rapper claimin' to be dapper than the Dresta Softer than a bitch but portray the role of gangsta Ain't broke a law in your life Yet every time you rap you yap about the guns and knife Just take a good look at the nigga and you'll capture The fact that the bastard is simply just an actor Who mastered the bang and the slang and the mental Of niggas in Compton, Watts, and South Central Never ever once have you ran with the turf But yet in every verse claim you used to do the dirt But tell me, who's a witness to your fuckin' work? So you never had no bid'ness, so save the drama, jerk! Niggas straight kill me, knowin' that they pranksters This is goin' out to you studio gangstas See, I did dirt, put in work, and many niggas can vouch that So since I got stripes, I got the right to rap about that But niggas like you, I gotta hate ya 'Cause I'm just tired of suburbia niggas Talkin' about they come from projects Knowin' you ain't seen the parts of the streets, G Think you started tryna bang around the time of the peace treaty Wearin' khakis and mob while you rhyme Little fag tried to sag, but you're floodin' at the same time And your set don't accept ya; scared to kick it with your homies 'Cause you know they don't respect ya So, nigga please, check nuts Before you step to these muthaphuckkin' real G's [Verse 3: B.G. Knocc Out] Well, it's the Knocc Out, definition "Original baby gangsta" Approach me like you hard, motherfucker, I'ma bank ya Shank ya, with my fuckin' shank, if I have to Dr. Dre and Snoop Doggy Dogg are fuckin' actors Pranksters, studio gangstas, busters But this time you're dealin' with some real motherfuckers G's, nigga please, don't try to step 'Cause if you do, then a pealed cap is all that would be left See, young niggas like me will break you off somethin' Claimin' my city — but Dre, you ain't from Compton Niggas like y'all is what I call wannabes And ain't shit compared to real muthaphuckkin' G's [Hook] Stop him in his tracks, show him that I am Ruthless Yo, Dre! (What's up?) Boy, you should've known by now [Verse 4: Eazy-E] I never met a O.G. who never did shit wrong You tried to diss the Eazy-E, so now, nigga, it's on You and your Doggy Dogg think that y'all hoggin' shit Both of you bitches can come and suck my Doggy dick Beatin' up a bitch don't make you shit, but then again Some niggas think it makes a man Damn, it's a trip how a nigga could switch so quick From wearin' lipstick to smokin' on chronic at picnics And now you think you're bigger But to me you ain't nothin' but a bitch-ass nigga That ain't worth a food stamp And at Death Row, I hear you gettin' treated like boot camp Gotta follow your sergeant's directions Or get your ass pumped with the Smith & Wesson Learn a lesson from the Eaze Stay in your place and don't step to real muthaphuckkin' G's [Hook] Stop him in his tracks, show him that I am Ruthless Yo, Dre! (What's up?) Boy, you should've known by now Stop him in his tracks, show him that I am Ruthless Yo, Dre! (What's up?) Boy, you should've known by now Stop him in his tracks, show him that I am Ruthless Yo, Dre! (What's up?) Boy, you should've known by now: Eazy Duz It
Mac Dre "California Livin'"
Mac Dre's CALIFORNIA LIVIN' music video directed by Chris Kirk: http://www.mindbombfilms.com. Classic Bay Area rap music video. Andre Hicks (July 5, 1970 -- November 1, 2004), better known by his stage name, Mac Dre, was a Vallejo -Bay Area-based gangsta rapper. He is considered one of the innovators of the hyphy music movement, and the undisputed creater and figurehead of the Thizz music movement and style. During his career in the rap world, he worked with artists such as Snoop Dogg, Dr. Dre's step brother Warren G, Mistah F.A.B., MC Hammer, Mac Mall, San Quinn, E-40, B-Legit, Richie Rich, Daz Dillinger, Bad Azz, Tupac Shakur, Luni Coleone, Brotha Lynch Hung, JT the Bigga Figga, Baby Bash, Kokane, Spice 1, Keak da Sneak, C-Bo,Andre Nickatina, Rappin' 4-Tay, Suga Free, Ray Luv, Mob Figaz, Yukmouth Dre "Baller Dad To The Sikness" Lewis", and Too Short. He also provided an uncredited hook to the track "Gotta Survive" off of Young Lay's Black N' Dangerous album, a track which featured Tupac Shakur. Mac Dre was born in Oakland, California. As a child, Hicks was moved to and raised in Vallejo, California by his mother to remove them from the dangers of Oakland . His lyrics were largely based on his neighborhood known by those around him as "The Crest", short for Country Club Crest. His music gained popularity in the early to mid 1990s throughout the Bay Area, eventually receiving national recognition through his independent record labels Romp and Thizz Entertainment. During his music career, he released many hit singles, such as "Too Hard for the Fuckin' Radio", and more recently "Feelin' Myself". His music continues to be released posthumously. He was the creator of the "Thizzle Dance", a popular dance which holds no specific standard. Hardship and controversy were staples of Mac Dre's career. After recording his first three albums between 1989 and 1991, Mac Dre was charged with conspiracy to commit bank robbery. His record label, Romp Productions, and his many references to "Romper Room" in his songs, coincided with a Vallejo robbery gang of the time calling themselves the "Romper Room Gang" and responsible for the robberies of many area banks and pizza parlors. The Robberies even had small segment on the television show Unsolved Mysteries. Hicks was alleged to be a member of the gang which also included Bay Rapper J-Diggs and Da'unda'dogg. Hicks was sentenced to five years in prison in 1992. In prison, Hicks gained some notoriety by recording the lyrics to songs directly over the Fresno County jail inmate telephone. His album, Young Black Brotha, was a result of such efforts, as well as guest appearances on fellow artists' songs, all while Hicks was still imprisoned. A later album, Back 'N Da Hood, was also made up of these prison-recorded songs. While recording in prison, Mac Dre gained respect. After his release from prison in 1996, Mac Dre began releasing albums steadily, building pace in the early 21st century. Mac Dre's audience was growing, and mainstream hip-hop stations were beginning to give Hicks' music more airtime. Hicks relocated to Sacramento, California in 2001, where he began a label, Thizz Entertainment. A notorious ecstasy enthusiast, he is credited with coining the slang verb to thizz, which refers to the state of being high on the drug. He is the foremost precursor of the current Hyphy movement, a hip hop subculture based around being rambunctuous. He is also recognized as part of the Thizz Movement, which is very similar to the Hyphy movement.
Coolio - Fantastic Voyage (Music Video) [Clean]
Download/Stream - http://smarturl.it/TheCollection_Coolio Tommy Boy Music is a legendary Hip Hop & Electronic record label founded in New York City in 1981. The label is credited with launching the careers of notable legends Afrika Bambaataa, Coolio, Queen Latifah, House of Pain, De La Soul, and Naughty By Nature. ************************************ Tommy Boy: https://tommyboy.lnk.to/website https://tommyboy.lnk.to/facebook https://tommyboy.lnk.to/twitter https://tommyboy.lnk.to/instagram https://tommyboy.lnk.to/bandcamp https://tommyboy.lnk.to/soundcloud https://tommyboy.lnk.to/subscribe ************************************ Enjoy the lyrics. Let us know about corrections in comments! Lyrics: Come on y'all let's take a ride Don't ya say a word just get inside It's time to take your a** on another kind of trip 'Cause you can't have the hop if you don't have the hip Grab your g** with the extra c*** and, Close your eyes and hit the switch We're going to a place where everybody kick it Kick it, kick it, yeah... that's the ticket Ain't no bloodin', ain't no cripin' Ain't no fools and the party's set trippin' Everybody's got a stack and it ain't no crack And it really don't matter if you're white or black, I Want to take you there like the Staple Singers Put something in the tank and I know that I can bring ya If you can't take the heat get yo' a** out the kitchen We're on a mission Come along and ride on a fantastic voyage Slide slide slippity-slide With switches on the block in a '65 Come along and ride on a fantastic voyage Slide slide who-ride Ain't no valley low enough for mountain high I'm tryin' to find a place where I can live my life and Maybe eat some steak with my beans and rice, a Place where my kids can play outside Without livin' in fear of a drive-by And even if I get away from them drive-by sluggers I still got to worry about those s****************** I keep on searching and I keep on looking But fools are the same from Watts to Brooklyn I try to keep my faith in my people But sometimes my people be acting like they evil You don't understand about runnin' with a gang 'Cause you don't gang bang, and You don't have to stand on the corner and slang 'Cause you got your own thang You can't help me if you can't help yourself You better make a left Come along and ride on a fantasic voyage Slide slide slippity-slide I do what I do just to survive Come along and ride on a fantasic voyage Slide slide who-ride That's why I pack my *** Life is a trip and then you die Still tryin' to get a peace of the apple pie Every game ain't the same, coz the game still remains Don't it seem kinda strange, ain't a damn thing change If you don't work then you don't eat And only down ******** can ride with me Hop-hop-hop your five quickly down the block Stay sucka-free and keep the busters off your jock You gotta have heart son, if you want to go, Watch this sweet chariot swing low Ain´t nobody cryin' ain´t nobody dyin Ain´t nobody worried, everybody´s tryin Nothin' from nothin' leaves nothin' If you want to have something, you better start frontin' What ya gonna do when the 5 roll by You better be ready, so you can ride Come along and ride on a fantasic voyage Slide slide slippity-slide When you're living in a city it's do or die Come along and ride on a fantasic voyage Slide slide who-ride You better be ready when the 5 roll by Just roll along- that's what you do Just roll along- that's right Just roll along- that's what you do Just roll along- that's right Do you want to ride with me, do you want to ride with me Do you want to ride with me, do you want to ride with me Do you want to ride with me, do you want to ride with me Do you want to ride with me, do you want to ride with me
L.V - Throw Your Hands Up Feat Treach - 1996 - L. Mega Records
L.V - Throw Your Hands Up Feat. Treach Album - I Am L.V. - 1996 Label - Mega Records and Tommy Boy Music Genre - Funk / Soul. Hip Hop. Styke Gangsta Producer - L.V., Albee and Paul Stewart Larry Sanders (born November 21, 1957), better know by his showbiz name L.V. whose initials stand for "Large Variety", is an American R&B singer. He is best known for his collaboration with rapper Coolio on the 1995 hit single, "Gangsta's Paradise", and has been featured on multiple soundtracks since then. Having released two solo albums to date, he has also been a member of the gangsta rap group South Central Cartel since their beginning, usually singing the vocals and chorus More Information: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/L.V._%28singer%29 http://www.discogs.com/LV-I-Am-LV/release/1731157
Nate Dogg - These Days
Nate Dogg passed away on March 15th, 2011 due to congestive heart failure brought on by two strokes he suffered in less than a year back in 2008. He was 41 years old. RIP Nate. For some reason, it was your time to leave us. In a world consumed by auto tune and fly by night wannabes, your legacy will forever go unmatched. ---------------------------------- Featuring Daz Dillinger. From the soundtrack to the 1997 film "Gang Related" starring Tupac "2pac" Shakur Produced by Nate Dogg Contains an interpolation of "Payback is a Dog" by the Stylistics ---------------------------------------- I apologize the quality of the video. This was downloaded directly from the Death Row Records website over 10 years ago. All edits were done by them. I hope you still enjoy this video the same.