Friday, July 22nd, 2011 at 12:15 pm  |  14 responses

Layup Lines: Keep Their Heads Ringin’

Debonair with flair, I scare wear and tear

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  • http://thahiphopcorner.com Kevin

    West Coast in the 90′s>>>>>>. So much classic stuff came out of there back then. Snoop, Dre, Tha Dogg Pound, E-40, Spice 1, C-Bo, B-Legit, Eazy-E, Warren G, Ice Cube, Mack 10, Pac, DJ Quik, MC Eiht, etc. Death Row had the rap game on lock, the Bay Area was dropping great s**t. Great times

  • http://www.bulls.com Enigmatic

    Damn, feel like watching Friday now.


    Finally sum West Coast sh!t! This song immediately triggers my memory of Ice Cube and Chris Tucker rolling down the street in “Friday”.

  • O

    I don’t know who wrote this song for Dre, but the metaphors were hella entertaining.


    @ O. J.Flexx wrote it. He wrote a few songs 4 Dre. He wrote “California Love” and if I remember correctly “Natural Born Killaz”, among others. Haven’t heard from him n a long time tho.

  • tRay

    An all time fav for me blast this in the ride constantly!

  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2daXghqHgjQ IAMORANGE4EVER

    Speaking of West Coast rap, listen to “Players Club” by Rappin 4 Tay. Click my name for it on youtube. Has that Too Short feel to it.


    “I’ll be there” by Rappin-4-Tay is my personal fav of his. He was ill.


    ^ Love that one too.

  • http://www.optimabbc.be Max


  • O

    @ Hammer. Good looks. Dre needs to go back to that man to get some classic ish. How hard is that “Otis” joint by Kanye and Jigga? I thought Watch The Throne was a BAD idea when I heard “H.A.M” but now, could be something special…


    @ O. What Dre needs 2 do is drop “Detox”. Like…NOW! Haha! And its funny u should mention that Jay/Kanye joint. I was just listening 2 it like 10 mins ago. My verdict? Besides Otis Redding being sampled, I wasn’t feelin it. Jigga is still dissapointing, n my opinion. But that’s just me man.

  • http://bedotwater.bandcamp.com BE.water

    That new Track Otis is regular as hell in my opinion.

  • O

    Man, maybe i’m just tired of these lame ass songs on the radio from Wayne, but I think “Otis” is hard and “Ghetto Dreams” is even harder.