Tag Archives: west coast

  • Don’t Worry, Snoop is the Same Ol’ Dogg … Sorta (Video)

    Aug 3, 12 by Brittney M. Walker Leave a comment


    *Don’t trip; Snoop Dogg isn’t completely divorcing the style we all know him for. It’s like ‘they’ say, you can take the brotha out of the hood but you can’t take the hood out of the brotha. His newfound love for Reggae music and commitment to rep Rasta all day isn’t void of some of […]

  • Get Cha Dubs Up!

    Jul 7, 11 by Lo'key Tha YG Leave a comment


    This Summer will bring you another Hot Single titled “Fo Fingaz Up” produced by Stone Beatz, from Hip Hop recording artist “LO’Key Tha YG” representing that West Coast Sound. As the title suggests, “Fo Fingaz up” from the Up Coming Album titled “Blessed Wit Game” will take you on a trip to fun times throughout […]

  • Warren G (Video): Nate Dogg in Need of Prayers and Donations

    Nov 30, 10 by Brittney M. Walker 6 Comments


    *It’s been a long time since  Nate Dogg, known for his hook singing, has recorded a lyric. In December 2007 and then again in September 2008, Nate suffered two massive strokes that left him partially paralyzed. According to his good friend, Warren G, he is currently undergoing rehabilitation to simply learn basic motor skills including […]

  • West Coast Rap/Hip Hop Architect Rodger Clayton Has Died

    Oct 11, 10 by EurPublisher Leave a comment


    *EUR just been informed that one of the key pioneers of West Coast hip hop/rap, Rodger Clayton, has died. Clayton, 51, passed away of a heart attack Sunday morning. If you’re not familiar with Clayton, and his influence on hip hop on the West Coast, here’s what Davey D wrote in his blog: Just got […]

  • Mic Check 1,2: Whatever Happened to the M.C.?

    Apr 12, 10 by Al-Lateef Farmer 3 Comments


    *Back in the day before the Fat Back Band made a record using rhyme[1], the M.C. or master of ceremonies or mic controller seemed to be nothing more than an ego booster for the DJ, who was the star of the show. It was the DJ whose mixing and scratching moved the crowd, as the […]