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Makaveli Discussion / Re: 2Pac Rare Song Facts Thread
« Last post by BlacPain on Today at 12:00:19 AM »
There is a unreleased 2pac ft danny boy track with the fly foe life beat.

how can you outdo such Suga Free classic?  8) so Quik ran with way much more instrumentals from his past family projects or in pipelines to DR studio
Makaveli Discussion / Re: 2Pac Rare Song Facts Thread
« Last post by djcoma on April 03, 2020, 11:57:55 PM »

Thank you. Obviously, like you said, it being suge makes more sense. Still want to watch it for the hell of it though.

I am pretty sure it was an interview done for the forum at You can see the interview on but there’s no way to view it. Maybe @Dominator knows a way we can get the interview.
Channel West / RIP Tweedy Bird Loc
« Last post by aisback on April 03, 2020, 11:50:51 PM »
I checked Facebook today and heard from CPO that Tweedy passed away.

For those unaware of Tweedy I would recommend looking up his wiki.
Channel West / Get The Fist Movement (1992 VLS FLAC)
« Last post by kingsol81 on April 03, 2020, 11:44:42 PM »                                                                                                                                                      
             West Coast rappers Ice Cube, Yo Yo, Cypress Hill, Da Lench Mob, Threat, Kam, King Tee, Compton's Most Wanted and producer DJ Pooh unite for "Get The Fist," a contentious single recalling the four days that Los Angeles burned. Distributed by Mercury Records, "Get The Fist" features some of the most prominent voices in music joining together and expressing, through the artform of Hip Hop, the deep-rooted frustrations of a world plagued by troubled race relations. Profits from "Get The Fist" will be donated to the Brotherhood Crusade.
Makaveli Discussion / When did you get 2pacs physical albums?
« Last post by 7thdayz on April 03, 2020, 11:43:27 PM »
Never actually purchased Strictly 4 my n!ggaz, 2pacalypse now, or Thug life. Have only downloaded the albums in Mp3, even up until the current day.

Downloaded all 2pac bootlegs available off Napster within months of them showing up on the platform. My favorite 3 songs were Did you pray today (outlaws), When thugs cry, and Grab the mic.

Bought All eyes on me, and Me against the world for the 1st time in the year 1999, as I shopped through a music cd store. I bought the greatest hits album in 1999, along with R u still down.

A freind gave me the album" Until the end of time", the same month it was released. He didn't like it, and said "I cant listen to this schizophrenic shit, lol. I gladly took it off his hands.

I got better days for Christmas the same year it came out. Bought a new copy around January 2004, after old copy broke after we moved to Virginia.
I got Makaveli and Still I rise for the 1st time around the year 2002.

Bought 2pac resurrection in mid 2004. Watched movie two months after it came out on Dvd. Had to get it after my guitar playing freind dad called his qoute about being the spark to change the mind as a amazing quote.

Bought Loyal to the game the year it came out. Loved Po n!gga blues. Album cracked from being left on ground.

Bought Pacs life in mid 2008. Me and my freind coco from long islands cousin mike with the huge afro, played it in his car while smoking black and milds.

I cant remember when I bought Nu mixx Klazzics, but I bought them both around when they came out. Couldn't stand Nu mixx vol.1, but at the time, Nu mixx vol.2 was a amazing album to me.

I have both bought and lost many copies of 2pacs albums since then.
Death Row Discussion / Re: Storm in the death row vault
« Last post by kingsol81 on April 03, 2020, 11:24:05 PM »
was dead prez around back then? i wonder who da other females were.
Dead Prez were just coming on the scene in 96, or behind the scenes I should say, I dont think they had anything national out til 97. 
Death Row Discussion / Re: Warren G
« Last post by Mob Souljah on April 03, 2020, 09:52:58 PM »
“Little Ghetto Boy” Was Originally A Warren G & Mista Grimm Track
Warren G Says: “I bought the record the “Nuthin’ But A G Thang,” sample came from in Carson from DJ Black. I don’t know what he’s doing now, but he was at Interscope and a few other companies. I think he has his own management company now. He had told me about a store in Carson, so I bought a bunch of records, and “G Thang” came out of that. I shopped at a store in Torrance that used to just have break records, and “Let Me Ride” came out of that batch. I got all the ‘70s soundtracks. That part from “Rat-Tat-Tat-Tat” where he says, ‘You really don’t understand do you?’ came from The Mack. I bought all of Rudy Ray Moore’s records.

“It was just a gang of shit, like “Little Ghetto Boy.” Actually, I did that for Mr. Grimm. We got a song together, then I let Dre hear it and he was like, ‘Shit, I wanna use that.’ Dre took it, put some more drums right up under the beat, and then he put live instrumentation on it. Then he put Nate on it, and that shit was cold. I said, ‘Nigga, this is incredible.’ “Stranded On Death Row” was actually an Isaac Hayes record. I found one of Dre’s CD at the house, because I lived with him. I said, ‘Nigga listen to of your CDs. It’s banging.’ He wasn’t trippin off of it, so I found the record. He did that muthafucka, put [Soul II Soul’s “Keep It Movin’”] drums under that, and that shit was hard. I was like, ‘Damn.’ We had so much fun doing that album.
wtf is a townkar.. cant find shit besides the release..

in the docs another name that pops up w bloody mary is: gangsta tales.
Death Row Discussion / Warren G
« Last post by Mob Souljah on April 03, 2020, 09:43:11 PM »
what was the problem of dr suge w warren g?why they didnt want to work w him?regulate blew up, previously he was fted on chronic n doggystyle.. but judging from the ntrvw where warren talks about makin of how long will they mourn me.. dr didnt really gave a fuxx bout him? why? plus the story of warren gettn slapped @ tha party..up me on that?p.s. i heard "whats love got to do" is was bout suga bear..

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