Here’s a mix of some classic west side tracks from back in the day!

Kalifornia-Above The Law, Real Mutha F’n G’s-Eazy E, Had 2 Gat Ya-Brotha Lynch Hung, Ice Cream Man-Dru Down ft. The Luniz, Growin Up In The Hood-Compton’s Most Wanted, Alwayz Into Somethin’-N.W.A., Hurricane-Click, I’m A Player-Too Short, Let’s Play House-DPG, This D.J.-Warren G, Hoo Bangin’-Mack 10 ft Ice Cube, Bump Yo Speakers-Threat, Why Must It Be Like That?-Celly Cel, Clip & the Trigga-Spice 1¡MAYDAY! ft Brotha Lynch Hung, Ces Cru – Death March

01 Dark Matter Feat. Brotha Lynch Hung 02 Learning To Fly 03 Monster Feat. G Mo Skee 04 Barely Breathing Feat. Kutt Calhoun 05 Heaven To Dust Feat. Six5One & Oz 06 Dark Waves 07 The Host 08 Speak To Me Feat. Kung Fu Vampire 09 Hillbilly Hood Feat. Dynasty

Representing St.Paul Minnesota –  Jimmy Donn,Kingpin & Killa Capone are Dopesic of  Sicfux Entertainment. 2012 winners of Best Rap Group @ Twin Cities Hip Hop Awards.




In an era when No Limit Records had the Midas touch, Young Bleed released the cult hit “How Ya Do Dat,” sparking his first glimpses of fame. Unfortunately, none of his other records took off in the same way and he eventually fell into obscurity in the coming years, along with the rest of No Limit. However, with an upcoming career resurrection, the Louisiana emcee and latest Strange Music signee is releasing a remake of his career defining song featuring his fellow weirdos Tech N9ne and Brotha Lynch Hung. Very surprisingly though, Neezle doesn’t run away with the best verse. Quite to the contrary, he actually may be the straggler here.

Assuming this is off Bleed’s upcoming Preserved album, set to drop on October 11th. We’ll toss in the “Holla At Uh Dog” video just for good measure.