Fresh Out Volume Six

Fresh Out Vol. 6 Fresh Out Volume SixWhat’s up?  Fresh Out Volume Six…that’s what’s up!

Click here to download FREE: Fresh Out Vol. 6

The Fresh Out compilations sample the latest underground rap resonating from the streets of northern California.  Past volumes 1-5 along with special HBK Gang & HD of Bearfaced editions are all listed with free download links here on Rap Music Guide.  Feel free to pass any & all on thru social media, e-mail, etc.

For those of you not familiar with R8R & L-wood, they have been releasing a series of classic albums segmenting California rappers in specific geographic areas for years, with such releases as; SFC: Sucka Free Classics, SAC: Nine One Classix, & East Bay Classics.  Along with other various mixes the duo has a 4 disc mix compiled from cassette released material titled Northern California Trunk Tape Resurrection.

Fresh Out Volume Six:
01. West Up – Beeda Weeda, Jay Rock, Glasses Malone, Rich Rocka, J. Stalin, 211, K-Boy, Scoot Dog, Cousin Fik, Mitchy Slick, T-Nutty & Laroo
02. Contact Sports – HD ft. Keak Da Sneak & G-Dirty
03. Sav It Out Mobb – Big Tone, Dee Ciseros & Thr4t
04. Free The Team – DB Tha General ft. Millie & Thola
05. Rick Flair (Remix) – Young T ft. ST Spittin, Iamsu & Pok’Chop
06. Syrup In My Cup – Shady Nate
07. Ride Wit Me (Yeemix)
08. Piece of Mind – Boss Tone
09. Yang Story – Nht Chippass ft. Nickatine Da King
10. Everything’s Everything – Wiz Khalifa ft. Iamsu, Berner, JR Donato & Kool John
11. Smoke Good, Eat Good – Street Knowledge
12. Wanna Ride – Lil Tae
13. Welcome To Oakland – Birch Boy Barie
14. Shooters On Deck – Mozzy ft. E-Mozzy15. Something About Mary Jane – Philthy Rich ft. Shady Nate & Stevie Joe
16. Hit The Spot – NBD ft. AOneHunnit
17. Da King (Freestyle) – Nickatine Da King
18. It Ain’t Fair – Gizzle McFly ft. Cousin Fik
19. Bass Rock Babies – Beeda Weeda
20. Shmoplife Party – Kool John ft. ST Spittin & Dave Steezy
21. Grand Finale – Dubb 20 ft. Husalah, Street Knowledge, Joe Blow, Lil Monie, Dojia V & Bo Strangles

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Slick Rick The Ruler: Up In The Limousine

Slick Ricks brilliant word play and effortless ability to bring life to the stories he rhymed about using hilarious one-liners makes him one of the wittiest rapper of all time.

Slick Rick, who only had one eye and was born in South London, rose to stardom in an era known to fans as the golden age of hip hop. His flamboyant lifestyle and outrageous amounts of gold jewelery made him a target even in his own Bronx stomping grounds.

In the limousine photo below, Slick Rick is sporting too many pieces of eccentric jewelry to count, all of which are an absolute necessity and their importance should not be taken lightly.

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Bone Thugs-N-Harmony $5 Food Stamp

Ruthless Records sent out these $5 food coupons as promotional material for Bone Thugs-N-Harmony’s second studio album, “E. 1999 Eternal.”

This food stamp was a great idea since one of their hit singles was titled “1st Of Tha Month” which not only celebrates the arrival of welfare checks, but for drug dealers like Bone Thugs, it’s payday and time to smoke weed and ride around with the top down.

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Fesu War With No Mercy

Fesu is from the streets of Greenspoint in Houston, Texas. He first came to national attention when he became Source Magazine’s ‘Unsigned Hype’ in May of 1993.

After signing to Continuum Records in 1994, his EP “Blind Cripple And Crazy” was expanded to a full length album under the title “War With No Mercy” and distributed on a national level.

The advertisement below was promoting his debut album with the warning “Hard Music For Hard People.”

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By Any Means Necessary: 17th Ward New Orleans

By Any Means Necessary was an underground rap group from the 17th ward of New Orleans, Louisiana. They released their music on the label Alliv Records, which was owned by producer and entrepreneur Donald “Duck” Coleman.

The black & white glossy promotional photo below shows the group trapping outside of their local liquor store drinking forty’s and smoking cigarettes. The spray paint on the trash can is great representation of the neighborhood they live in.

By Any Means Necessary By Any Means Necessary: 17th Ward New Orleans

The same photo above was also used for their self titled tape released in 1991. Thanks to YouTube we were able to dig up the track titled “Ashes 2 Dust.” Check it out!

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Big Daddy Kane Rope Chains & Finger Rings

Big Daddy Kane started his career in 1986 as a member of the rap group the Juice Crew, founded by producer Marley Marl and radio DJ Mr. Magic. With his new school lyrics, choreography and tailored costumes he revolutionized hip hop fashion and the way shows were performed, proving that he was not only an MC, but a full entertainer.

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Digital Underground On Spice!

Digital Underground is acting a fool in this Spice! Magazine photo. From Shock G’s zany white hat, to the airbrushed jean jacket, you can tell hip hop fashion has come a long way.

If you look hard enough you can spot 2Pac throwing up a fist of 4 gold rings in the back. Thug life!

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OutKast Player’s Ball

“All the players came from far and wide, wearin’ afros and braids kickin’ dem gangsta rides!”

OutKast is standing & leanin’ on a gangsta ride, promoting their single “Player’s Ball” taken from the album Southernplayalisticadillacmuzik that was released in 1994 on LaFace Records.

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Tre-8 “Dey Scared Of Me” Smoke 1 Records

We dug up a gangsta press photo of the late New Orleans based rapper Tre-8 promoting his second full-length album “Dey Scared Of Me” released in 1997 on the label Smoke 1 Records and distributed by South Coast Music Group. R.I.P.

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Fresh Out Volume Five

Fresh Out Vol 5 Fresh Out Volume FiveL-wood Media and friends bring you another installment of Fresh Out to kick off the summer and keep your speakers pushing.

Click here to download FREE: Fresh Out Vol. 5

The Fresh Out compilations sample the latest underground rap resonating from the streets of Northern California.  Past volumes 1-4 along with special HBK Gang & HD of Bearfaced editions are all listed with free download links here on Rap Music Guide. Feel free to pass any & all on thru social media, e-mail, etc.

For those of you not familiar with R8R & L-wood, they have been releasing a series of classic albums segmenting California rappers in specific geographic areas for years, with such releases as; SFC: Sucka Free Classics, SAC: Nine One Classix, & East Bay Classics.  Along with other various mixes the duo has a 4 disc mix compiled from cassette released material titled Northern California Trunk Tape Resurrection.

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