The D.O.C. sat down for a rare interview with VladTV, where he opened up about first linking up with Dr. Dre, writing Eazy-E’s hit track “We Want Eazy,” and more.
During the sit-down The D.O.C. also addressed rumors that he sold his publishing for a gold chain, which he told us is untrue. He added that “I don’t even think being ignorant to the game I would’ve said that.”
The interview touched on The D.O.C.’s relationship with Eazy-E, and the Texas-born artist said he tried to follow Eazy’s swag when he first started out in the game. He explained that despite Eazy not having talent as a rapper, The D.O.C. said the West Coast emcee had the “it factor” that made him a star.
Today we have a pure treat. Magnificent track with a fresh beat and BFM crew from Miami rippin’ it up. So dope it’s ludicrous.
Am I Black Enough? is released as a 12″ single and appears on BFM‘s 1st and only album The City O’ Dope, released on Wrap Records in ’91.
Arranged, produced, written by B. Lester, C. Blanding.
Scarface is the definition of an O.G. The Houston rapper put his city on the map in the late ’80s and early ’90s with the Geto Boys and went on to become an acclaimed solo act, too. Today, he isn’t as active as he once was, but last year he teamed up with Nas and DJ Khaled for excellent Kiss The Ring cut titled Hip Hop —proving he’s still one of the most powerful voices in rap.
He also spoke about the darkness that haunted him, the heavy drug use that fueled his songs, and a childhood of manic depression and multiple suicide attempts. Continue reading to see what happens when Scarface Breaks Down His 25 Most Essential Songs via complex.
After dropping a ton of unreleased music on Soundcloud, Montreal producer Kaytranada released a new track titled 195. The song is a part of a new compilation project under his record label XL Recordings. 195 has that an upbeat snare and bass pattern that Kaytranada has been known for.
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