Luni Coleone + Gotta Git It (remix)
First and foremost if you haven't heard, they did a special on the Bay Area on MTV 2. It was a cool lil segment that gave the world a lil taste of how we doin it out here in the Bay, but didn't go overboard with it. Unlike some people down south who made the movie RIZE, but we won't get on that right now. Here is a link to a you tube movie that someone so graciously set up, just in case you missed it.
In the Buildin and I'm feelin like....
Haha this is a sample of a beat from an old song that I'm not gonna take the time to try and remember. But its kinda like a song in respect for Mac Dre, and kinda surprising to hear from Luni Coleone. Keak Da Sneak does the chorus and spits a verse himself.My friend sent me this one a couple months ago and I've been slapping it ever since, hope you guys enjoy.
Luni Coleone feat. Keak Da Sneak- Feeling Like YEE!
Gotta Git It (remix)
Balance added some Bay Area all-stars to turn this one into a nice lil remix. It was originally Locksmith on the first remix, but then they did it again and added Stanley Davis and the Mighty Quinn. So i used my questionable ripping skills to link the two remixes together. Haha not the best quality, but i mean it will get the job done until there is a quality version released. And may I just add that Locksmith spits a very successful verse and reminds the Bay Area he was one of the main pioneers of this whole New Bay movement.
Balance feat. San Quinn, Mistah F.A.B., Locksmith- Gotta Git It (remix)
This is a questionable song by Scweez, the self proclaimed "First Mexican to ride the yellow bus". Anyone have info on an album for him? It kinda sounds like a Youngbloodz beat or something, but in the song they talk about Traxamillion on the beat, so im not completely sure. Stanley Davis makes a lil cameo and drops a nice verse.
Scweez feat. Mistah F.A.B.- Greenlight
Another slap off the DB'z album "Speakin in Mannish" which is in stores as we speak. This isn't one of my favorite tracks but it serves as a decent album filler. Droop-E goes to work on the beat, and does a good job of staying away from the microphone if you know what im saying. HAHA!
DB'z feat. E-40- Stewy