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Take Over
Take Over
6 used & new from $13.99

2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Yo, it's the return of Toker, Wicked & Moreno on this joint!, July 2, 2006
This review is from: Take Over (Audio CD)
Brownside formed in 1994 from South Central Los Angeles, founded by Eazy-E, Brownside consists of chicano rappers Toker, Danger (R.I.P.} and Wicked who are Sureno Gang members from Southern Los Angeles, their first album was Payback in 1996, although they recorded songs Gang Related and Eastside Drama with Eazy-E in 1994 on Ruthless Records, Brownside tend to use Sureno slang in their lyrics, as well as album covers, but in 1997 Brownside member Danger was gunned down in a drive-by shooting in South Central Los Angeles, CA, so later in 1997 Brownside's Toker and Wicked had to make their 1997 LP Eastside Drama with out Danger, during their years of life in the streets of Los Angeles, Toker had attended highschool in Compton, CA where he later met Eazy-E, while Danger and Wicked attended highschool in South Central, Brownside's Toker, Wicked & new member Moreno have been making muzic joints with artists such as Eazy-E, Dirty Red, Slow Pain, Mr. Gee, Lil Rob, Proper Dos, Lighter Shade Of Brown, Akwid, A.L.T. and Frost, Put Shut Up is a tight joint that brings bacc that ol' sChool funk from Brownside, Check' Em is another sweat joint with a tight G-funk and sexual lyrics that are dope, Losing My Mind is another tight joint handled down by Toker & the homiez holdin' down 49th Street in South Central & can't forget Last Laugh which is a pretty sweat G-funk joint about flashbaccs of Creepin' in South Central.

Brownside creep bacc on their joints on songs 1, *3, 4, 5, *6, 7, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, *14, 15, *16, & 17.

No Hold Barred
No Hold Barred
5 used & new from $99.00

5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Yo, Tweedy be locin' up & smokin' up on this joint!, June 24, 2006
This review is from: No Hold Barred (Audio CD)
While hailing from Compton, CA like other dope rap artists such as Eazy-E, MC Eiht, DJ Quik, B.G. Knocc Out, Dresta, King-T, Hi-C, Daddy V, Mausberg, Tone Loc, etc. Tweedy Bird Loc's lyricz contain topiccs such as homophobia, raCism, hate towardz women, legalizin' Marijuana, Gang bangin', Police, etc. Tweedy Bird Loc was born in the Southside of East Compton in the same neighboorhood as Eazy-E and waz a K-Rhider Crip jus like Eazy-E, Tweedy Bird Loc has had fueds with Eazy-E beCuz Eazy wouldn't sign Tweedy to Ruthless Records, so Tweedy Bird Loc opened up Dangerous ReCords and has had Blood & Crip collaboz on hiz "Bangin' On Wax" albumz which are a lil' corney but yet pretty dope, in 1992 Tweedy dropped hiz joint "187 Ride By", then in 1994 he dropped this dope joint called "No Holds Barred", which on the song Dub Sacc which is a tight G-funk joint about legalizin' Marijuana, fasho Tweedy is the loc reppin' the CPT at itz fullest, Fucc Miamie (At Luther Campbell) is another sicc G-funk joint dissin' Luke of 2Live Crew & the city of Miamie, also is givin' up propz to Compton & Watts, Ya'll Can't Fucc With Us (At Eazy-E) featuring Red Rum is, sinCe when did that loc Tweedy think he can diss Eazy-E, hahahahahaha......sorry Tweedy Bird Loc, but your dissing waz lame, at least the joint has a dope beat, and Dangerous Is The S**t featuring The Dangerous Records Camp is a dope G-funk joint talkin' about Dangerous Recordz being a dope Record Company label.

Tweedy Bird Loc has some dope joints like on songs 1, 2, *3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, *12, 13, *15, 16, *17 & 18.
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6 used & new from $17.95

1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Yo, we got some real paranoia on this joint!, May 14, 2006
This review is from: Misunderstood (Audio CD)
Wicked Minds are a Horrorcore Chicano Rap group from Southern California reppin' the XIII's from the City Of Angels to the SBC, these homies sure like to use the mask of Jason Voorheas as their symbol like other hard rap groups use symbols to show their sweat styles, the joint Voices featuring A.L.T. is a chicano classicc with a dope beat and I think this joint had some beat to a 1980's rock song, Do U Care is another sweat joint that actually has meaning to it about strugglin' in the barrio, Don't Stop Da Pimpin' featuring Slow Pain is a bouncin' joint with that Ruthless vato Slow Pain, also has a sweat G-funk to it, and Smooth Ride is another sweat joint about hittin' switchez in a 64' Impala lowrider.

Wicked Minds are Misunderstood on this joint like on songs 1, *2, 3, 4, *6, 7, *8, 9, 10, *11, 12, 13 & 14.

Way of Life
Way of Life
Price: $16.11
29 used & new from $1.87

5.0 out of 5 stars Yo, my homies from the big SC show vengence on this joint!, April 18, 2006
This review is from: Way of Life (Audio CD)
Lawless is a dope Chicano rap group based in the City Of Angels, listen to them on Latin Heat featuring Mr. Gee which is a loco joint about latin life, Hoody Rat featuring ALT & Mr. Gee is a tight joint with a latin flavored G-funk, Mr. Gee's verse is off the hook, Danger Zone featuring ALT & Nino B is a hard & evil joint about life in the streets of the City Of Angels, ALT goes hardcore to, its like Lawless are a Chicano version of Above The Law, and Love vs. Hate featuring ALT is another tight joint with a sweat G-funk beat, handled by ALT and is about love or hate (chosen).

Lawless throw the evil side up in the wild west on this joint on songs 2, 3, *4, 5, 6, *7, *8, 9, 10, *12, 13 & 15.

Born Without a Konscience
Born Without a Konscience
Offered by NBNC Enterprises
Price: $10.99
23 used & new from $5.28

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Yo, my loco Shadow be throwin' up the evil-side on this joint!, April 8, 2006
Man, this cd shows Shadow's skills as a rapper beCuz he comes up with albumz like Born Without A Konscience, Shadow is one of the realest rappers beCuz he doesn't fake the funk he is just the realest vato there is. Buy this CD I guarantee you'll like it if you never heard a Shadow CD, this should be one of the first ones you should buy just listen to Stalker Of The Night which is a sweat yet creepy joint done by Shadow showin' who the realest XIII is, Freaky Shadow holds it down on this joint with his G-funk grooves, Smokerz Groove is a refreshing joint with a smooth G-funk to it about smokin' the sweat buddah, and a psycho joint Evil Deeds is a sweat satanic funk, gotta give Shadow propz fo' this joint. *Also, I have the hook-up to the horrorcore joint Halloween, by of course Mr. Shadow.

Shadow goes straight evil on his joint like on songs 1, *2, 3, *4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, *10, 11, 12, *13, 15, 16 & 17.

37 used & new from $0.24

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Yo, my homeboy Breed is Kiccin' sum funky beats on this joint!, April 8, 2006
This review is from: Funkafied (Audio CD)
MC Breed's most successful album, Funkafied, an album that astonishingly peaked in the Top Ten of Billboard's R&B chart, is also his most unique and arguably joint of the turning point in his dynamic career like on What You Want which is a tight joint with a classic 90's G-funk beat, Smokin' featuring DFC is a joint about Breed & his homie DFC be smokin' a joint on this song about locin' & smokin', a crazy joint Teach My Kids is about teaching his kids how to shoot with guns, and to think this dude is from Flint, Michigan home to Micheal Moore, The Deal Is Funk is another tight joint with a fresh & funky G-funk that makes this album a classicc.

MC Breed is stirin' up a joint on songs *2, *3, 4, *5, 6, 7, 8, *9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 15 & 16.

Freedom Band
Freedom Band
Offered by Izabella'sBooks
Price: $29.98
17 used & new from $8.54

1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Yo, Delinquent throw the XIII's up on the lower east side on this joint!, April 2, 2006
This review is from: Freedom Band (Audio CD)
The fourth album from this Latin rap band is definitely a party album, Starting with each joint thats jus mostly fo' chillin', the group mixes a contemporary sound with traces of Latin horns and guitars. It brings to mind what Gerardo could have evolved into, but also brings to mind Oh Carolina by Shaggy. The duo of Kemo and Ives complement each other perfectly on the funky title joint, U Don't Owe Me is a tight joint about freedom from the government and media, my favorite joint Nighttime Play is a sweat joint from the Freedom Band about chillin' on the lower east side & smokin' weed, Take It All Away is a freaky joint with a horror funk thats jus good to jam to, and The Last Song is pretty much the last roach on this album mixed with sum spanish rapping, still a pretty good joint for an outro.

Delinquent Habits get their scrap on, joint smokin' on songs 1, 2, 3, *4, *6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 12, *13 & *14.

Black Mafia Life
Black Mafia Life
22 used & new from $5.42

3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Yo, my Inland Empire homies be bangin' a 199Tres classicc joint!, March 26, 2006
This review is from: Black Mafia Life (Audio CD)
After 3 years Above The Law is bacc with my 2nd favorite joint of their group albums next to "Uncle Sams Curse" which they won't let you sample any of the songs. It only has 12 songs, but they're worth it. 1 is a classicc joint, 1 I skip cuz its the intro, 4 are ok and the other 6 are good or tight joints. Guests are on 4 songs like Kokane who's also featured on over 3/4's of "Uncle Sam's Curse" album, so you get a good amount of lyrics from my locs Cold 187um & KMG, and the guests are all tight, listen to the song Never Missin' A Beat which is a hard 'n heavy G-funk joint by Cold 187um & KMG, which has a perfect funk to it, the classicc joint Call It What U Want featuring Makaveli & Money B is the joint that put Black Mafia Life on the billboards, Makaveli's rhymes kill on the first verse, Game Wreck-Oniz-Iz Game featuring Eazy-E & Kokane which is another funky joint done with my loc Eazy & funk pimp Kokane, also has an earie beat, and V.S.O.P. also a bangin' joint about drinking cognac, its also a funky joint fool.

The Black Mafia are reppin' Pomona, CA on this joint, just listen to songs 1, *2, 3, 4, 5, *6(featuring Makaveli & Money B), 7, *8(featuring Eazy-E & Kokane), *10, 11(featuring MC Ren), 12(featuring Eazy-E), 13(featuring Kokane), 14 & 15.

Once in a Decade
Once in a Decade
6 used & new from $64.99

2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Yo, Lil One is bac from the Evil-Side on this joint!, March 18, 2006
This review is from: Once in a Decade (Audio CD)
This is one of the few albums I can actually listen through without skipping a track, so whut if he be a bit to Satanic for the masses but anyone would know thats how the locos of Sur Califas do, who is looking for something hardcore will need to pick this one upwhich is just ill from Fontana, CA to Chino, CA to the whole Sur Califas area this album is a must, listen to What' cha Gonna Do? which is a tight satanic G-funk joint that you'd expect from Lil One, an awsome joint To Your Dome Then You Die has sum Freddy Krueger funk to it, Homicide Carols is probably Lil One's best joint that has a classicc Murda Beat, and Enemiez Fallin' is a Killer joint about takin' out our enemies, pretty dope for someone who likes either Chicano Rap or Satanic Rap.

Mr. Lil One goes insane XIII on joints like on songs 1, *2, 3, *4, *5, 6, 7, 8, 10, *11 & 12.

12 used & new from $6.00

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Yo, my homie be givin' you a Funky Nightmare on this joint!, March 11, 2006
This review is from: Knightmares (Audio CD)
Knightowl is probably one of the dopest artist ever, when he raps you can feel what he's sayin, and it hits you hard like a joint. He's probably the hardest Chicano artist in the game today, and there's alot of hard chicano artist, but none like Knightowl just listen to I'm Not Afraid to Die which is a horrish-funk with good rhyming on this joint, Mom's Wicked Ol' Son is a dope G-funk joint with a sicc beat man, another awsome joint(...)We Do This for the Streets is a menacing joint reprenting the blue-rag nation, from Diego East-Side to the City Of Angel's big SC reppin' the XIII's with G-funk, oh......and much luv 2 Knightowl's homies Dyablo, Makaveli, Lil' One, Slush The Villian & Bokie Loc.

Knightowl goes dope & sickest on songs 1, *2, 3, *4, *5, 6, 8, 9, 10, 11, *12 & 13.

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