E-40 Yay Area legend, birth Name Earl Stevens; was born in 1967, in Vallejo, California. E-40 has laced the Yay area with some of the most prolific urban slang and West Coast hip hop music for over three decades.
The Game has come along way since the documentary. The West Coast artist known as The Game has been one of the most controversial artists in hip hop. Nothing has changed since he release of the Documentary.
DJ Mustard and Rapper YG’s West Coast take over didn’t happen over night. It took years to perfect a style and a sound that would be the new definition of West Coast Hip Hop.
No if ands or butts and more butts about it, looking at the female ass from a rear view perspective. The reality of big butts, a bomb booty and an amazing ass at first glance.
Fam Club blog announcement to let all my fans know that our http://www.brothablakk.com family is growing. The Brotha Blakk Fam Club is taking off, so join now and don’t get left behind. If you do not know me by now, do not worry eventually you will.
West coast rap music by Signature Diversified Entertainment’s recording artist Brotha Blakk, Featuring Tipsy Loc are back with another offering from Brotha
Blakk’s 2 Hell and Back Again mixtape. The much talked about track “Breathin” was produced by Atomic Beats. The song paints a vivid image of why the artist hit
the studio and created his dynamic soon to be released solo album Street Certified.
People tell me that when they see the phrase deeper than music, they immediately know that Brotha Blakk said it. Brotha Blakk said it refers to a West Coast Music way of life.
My new single “Cant Win 4 Losin” off my Street Certified album is coming soon. Just one listen to Cant Win 4 Losin and you will understand why this is way deeper than music for Brotha Blakk. I will keep you all posted on when Street Certified will be available for purchase.
No Justice no peace, f@#k the Police has become a mantra that has been chanted since the early 1960’s. Brutal and excessive treatment of all civilians at the hands of the police has been prevalent for more than a century in this country.
I am not saying anything new to anyone out there, when I say that the music industry has been searching for a West Coast savior for years. Dr. Dre passed the torch to The Game and it seems The Game has passed the torch down to Kendrick Lamar the newly appointed West Coast Savior.
This Throwback Thursday’s blog recognizes Marvaless, the undisputed and still reigning queen of Bay Area Gangsta rap music. Pay homage to the reigning queen of Bay Area Gangsta rap music.