Music video by WC performing The Streets. (C) 2002 The Island Def Jam Music Group
The Westside Connection checks in at the King Tower
Taking you back to '95!
This is the Havoc (of Mobb Deep) remixed version of Common's incredible diss of Ice Cube and Westside Connection. Havoc on the hook as well.. according to Rashid Lynn aka Common on the latest Combat Jack show... https://soundcloud.com/thecombatjackshow/the-common-episode
TQ's official music video for 'Westside'. Click to listen to TQ on Spotify: http://smarturl.it/TQSpot?IQid=TQW As featured on They Never Saw Me Coming. Click to buy the track or album via iTunes: http://smarturl.it/TQSMCiTunes?IQid=TQW Google Play: http://smarturl.it/TQWPlay?IQid=TQW Amazon: http://smarturl.it/TQSMCAm?IQid=TQW More from TQ Better Days: https://youtu.be/UEWiLbzAfhI The Comeback: https://youtu.be/bL9yAGsTdCA Daily: https://youtu.be/o2V3gcn0Wvo More great Classic R&B videos here: http://smarturl.it/ClassicRNB?IQid=TQW Follow TQ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheRealTQ Twitter: https://twitter.com/tqthetrojan Subscribe to TQ on YouTube: http://smarturl.it/TQSub?IQid=TQW --------- Lyrics: To my peoples if you with me - where you at Throw your dubs in the air - and wave 'em like you just don't care From LA to the Bay - what you say - all day... everyday... any damn day Take a look around, we got the whole world locked down Going on and on, it don't stop...won't stop... can't stop Either ride or die - that's why i put it down for the westside #TQ #Westside #Vevo #RandB #VevoOfficial #OfficialMusicVideo
This is the dirty version of roll call! I do not own any of this stuff!!
West Coast Rap Released: Jul 02, 1996 ℗ Compilation 2002 Priority Records, LLC. All rights reserved. Unauthorized reproduction is a violation of applicable laws. Manufactured by Priority Records, LLC,) Biography N.W.A, the unapologetically violent and sexist pioneers of gangsta rap, are in many ways the most notorious group in the history of rap. Emerging in the late '80s, when Public Enemy had rewritten the rules of hardcore rap by proving that it could be intelligent, revolutionary, and socially aware, N.W.A capitalized on PE's sonic breakthroughs while ignoring their message. Instead, the five-piece crew celebrated the violence and hedonism of the criminal life, capturing it all in blunt, harsh language. Initially, the group's relentless attack appeared to be serious, vital commentary, and it even provoked the FBI to caution N.W.A's record company, but following Ice Cube's departure in late 1989, the group began to turn to self-parody. With his high-pitched whine, Eazy-E's urban nightmares now seemed like comic book fantasies, but ones that fulfilled the fantasies of the teenage white suburbanites who had become their core audience, and the group became more popular than ever. Nevertheless, clashing egos prevented the band from recording a third album, and they fell apart once producer Dr. Dre left for a solo career in 1992. Although the group was no longer active, their influence — from their funky, bass-driven beats to their exaggerated lyrics — was evident throughout the '90s.
Mr. Vegas - Heads High
Ragga Dancehalll Classic
Dj Pooh ft Kam Produced by Dj Pooh Performed by Kam