Rapper The Game’s stepfather, Hodari Sababu, gives us a guided tour through South Central LA featuring an original score by Co La. Featuring stops at Eazy E’s home, The Game’s childhood home, the Slauson Swap Meet, Flashpoint for the LA riots & the Figueroa ho stroll.
The description alone is classic. “Figueroa ho stroll?” Hilarious. Thanks, Pitchork.
This leaked back in ’07 under the name of California Soul. I’m pretty sure it was a radio rip though. Whatever the case may be, the track has been remixed and mastered and will now serve as the title track to Jay Rock’s upcoming debut.
Some might remember Young Life as we featured him on our (2)Dope Mixtape: Cadillac Edition. I met dude while I was chilling at Treacherous Records awhile back. I have footage of dude freestyling for like 20 minutes straight. All off the top, etc. It was pretty dope, I’m just having crazy issues with getting shit off my camera (see: Blu x Joe Budden x SeDrew Price show, Young Life freestyle, etc). One day I promise haha. Anyways, here goes a new joint from the Compton emcee courtesy of DJ Young Legend. I also included the NoDJ version of the track off the mixtape.
I finally finished these other parts of the video interview my man Jake Paine did with The Game for HipHopDX. The above clip has The Game speaking on Compton’s legacy and where he lands in the mix. He also checks Hov a bit. While after the jump he speaks on My Bitch (the Hov/Suge diss) and how it never took off like most expected. For the full interview check the plantation bitches!
I don’t know about my dopeboy comrade, but Shake? Shake loves the haters. Katt Williams said it best, people are gonna hate regardless. So I’m just gonna let them haters do their job. My man DJ Ill Will just shot me the official single from Compton’s K.Dot, produced by Cool & Dre. Figured I’d share for the West Coast dopeboyz and dopegirlz out there. Also, hit the jump for K.Dot over Lil Wayne’s A Millie.
We’re keeping it real West Coast the last few posts haha. Here is a new track from Compton’s Problem featuring Snoop, DJ Quik and Kurupt over a Terrace Martin produced remix. Originally spotted at eskay’s lair. And since he dropped it first, I gotta one up it! Terrace Martin grabbed the same trio (Snoop, DJ Quik & Kurupt) and DJ Drama for a cut as well. Courtesy of DJ Skee.