Old School Mondays
Peace Party People, I decided to take it to the west coast to show some love for my Brothers out there holding it down from San Diego to Los Angeles and then to the Bay Area. I got nothing but love when I first started making my way out there in the mid 90's. I got to see what the west was really about before it became polished, packaged and distributed to the masses. Anyways I know we like to keep it NYC all day long but had to show love for the left coast since there were so many groups with their own distinct sounds like Souls of Mischief, The Pharcyde, Hobo Junction, Liquid Crew and Cypress Hill just to name a few. So on that note i leave you the way I greeted you, Peace.
King Tee is a name that isn't mentioned enough when it
comes to greats from the West.
Man, when this came out I remember us runnin around with
our Columbia Bugaboo's and Villanova Starter caps.
This right here is a classic just cause of how all of those
beats were hot to death and used back to back.
DJ Quik has always been holding it down.
Ahead of his time, Del the funkee!! This whole crew
was putting it down for LA in such a way that fools
couldn't tell what city they repped.
Peace to one of my brothers out in Love Allah, ERule
I met back in the mid 90's when he was a part of
Pallas Records through Bilal. Peace to BornAllah,
Jakim, Brown Seed Gamar, Amaar, AKim and My King. Peace Gods.
Body Count seemed to have gotten shot
down for that Cop Killer song. They definitely had that
LA Punk sound locked! Ice T, one of the only dudes to
say he's rockin Slayer to PE outta his car system.