check out this hot track. "quick money" by aktion beats off that new mav mixtape coming soon. the song is mc eiht, kam, trap, and mav. www.mavmc.com for more. also it has everyone else addresses in the video.
MC Eiht-Streiht Up Menace_(Remix)
Lyrical Latino MC, Mav released his new mixtape today titled “Pages from my Rhymebook.” Featuring West Coast Kam, Trap, MC Eiht, Knawledg and more, this one should not go slept on! This mixtape features hits such as "micadvancement" "rockin in the club" "102 bars" and more. The mixtape features production from Diaz Millenia( cl smooth , lupe fiasco , Marvo ), Mustafa beats ( 50 cent), T Scott (50 cent, lloyd banks, tony yayo, cory guns, c murder), Aktion beats( ying yang twins, copywrite, mc eiht, yukmouth), and more.
Acting as the prerequisite to his debut album “Independent Hustlin” (dropping March 2010 featuring D-Roc of the Ying Yang Twins, Juice of Black Wall Street and m0re), “Pages from my Rhymebook” features some of the hottest lyricism and production coming out of the on-the-rise Southwest music scene.
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You Can't See Me (featuring Tha Chill) by MC Eiht
MC Eiht - Streiht Up Menace [Menace II Society soundtrack]
For me one of the bests songs from MC Eiht.
Album : We Come Strapped
Menace II Society -Mc Eiht-Straight Up Menace
**FREE good kid m.A.A.d city DOWNLOAD!"
Kendrick Lamar- m.A.A.d city (featuring MC Eiht) good kid m.A.A.d city HD
Mc Eiht - Hood Took Me Under. This song belongs to Mc Eiht and Comptons Most Wanted (Album).
From the Menance II Society Soundtrack
Track 2 from Celly Cel - Wild West
From 1996 Album: "The Temple Of Boom".....
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Cypress Hill is an American/Latin American hip hop group from South Gate, California. Originally called DVX, the name was changed after Mellow Man Ace left in 1988. Cypress Hill was the first Latino group to have platinum and multi-platinum albums have sold over 18 million albums worldwide.
Cypress Hill's self-titled first album was released in August 1991. The lead single was the double A-side "The Phuncky Feel One"/"How I Could Just Kill A Man" which received heavy airplay on urban and college radio. The other two singles released from the album were "Hand On The Pump" and "Latin Lingo", the latter of which combined English and Spanish lyrics. The success of these singles led to the album selling two million copies in the US alone. DJ Muggs, Cypress Hill's producer, subsequently produced House of Pain's first album, then worked on other Soul Assassins projects like Funkdoobiest. The band made their first appearance at Lollapalooza on the side stage in 1992.
Black Sunday, the group's second album, debuted at number one on the Billboard 200 in 1993, recording the highest Soundscan for a rap group up until that time. Also, with their debut still in the charts, they became the first rap group to have 2 albums in the top 10 of the Billboard 200 at the same time. With "Insane in the Brain" becoming a crossover hit, the album went triple platinum in the U.S. and sold about 3.25 million copies.
Cypress Hill was banned from Saturday Night Live after Muggs smoked a joint on-air and the band trashed their instruments while playing their second single "I Ain't Goin' Out Like That". The band headlined the "Soul Assassins" tour with House of Pain and Funkdoobiest as support, then performed on a college tour with Rage Against the Machine and Seven Year Bitch. In 1993, Cypress Hill also had two tracks on the Judgment Night soundtrack, teamed up with Pearl Jam and Sonic Youth.
The band played at the 1994 Woodstock Festival, introducing their new member Eric Bobo, formerly a percussionist with the Beastie Boys. Rolling Stone magazine named the band as the best rap group in their music awards voted by critics and readers. Cypress Hill played at Lollapalooza for two successive years, topping the bill in 1995. They also appeared on the The Simpsons episode "Homerpalooza". Prior to Bobo joining the crew, Panchito "Ponch" Gomez sat in as a percussionist when not acting.
Their third album Cypress Hill III: Temples of Boom was released in 1995, selling 1.5 million copies and reaching number 3 on the Billboard 200 on the strength of the hit single "Throw Your Set in the Air". Cypress Hill also contributed a track "I Wanna Get High" to the High Times sponsored Hempilation album to support NORML.
Extended & updated info here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cypress_hill
Kendrick Lamar - m.A.A.d City, with lyrics on screen.
good kid, m.A.A.d city (2012)
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