@LwoodMedia, is back on the scene with a new drop of slappers featuring artists from all over the Bay Area. Fresh Out Volume Nine features 20 new tracks that are sure to keep you speakers bumpin! As always, this is a completely FREE digital release exclusively available for you here on Rap Music Guide.
Shot out to Park Blvd Records & Tapes in Oakland, CA. which is featured on the album artwork. They’re the only record store you can count on for vintage rap music in the Bay Area. Check them out at www.parkblvdrecords.com.
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Fresh Out Volume Nine
01. Big Money feat. Idaho J Doe
02. I Ain’t Trippin Off Nothin feat. Ezale
03. Menace To Society feat. RS Greedy, TJ Tha Banger
04. Livey feat. Sippa, HD, Lil Rod
05. Destined 2 Rock feat. Lil Toro, Chango
06. My Illa feat. Lil Tae, Mozzy
07. Studio Freestyle feat. Choose Up Cheese
08. On One feat. Kool John, P-Lo, Iamsu
09. Ain’t Gone Stop feat. A-One
10. High Sidin feat. The Jealous Guys
11. For The Sport feat. D.How The Money Mayka, DaVinci
12. Medicine feat. Lil Lotus
13. Paper In My Denim feat. Meez, Sneakz
14. 4 My N-gga$ feat. Legendvry
15. West Coast Chopper (Remix) feat. T-Nutty
16. All In Ya Face feat. Doff Kapone, K.O.B., Money Grippa, Rev P
17. One Through Ten feat. Lil AJ, HD, Lil Rod, The Jacka
18. If I Don’t Smoke feat. A-Wax
19. Ride With Me feat. California Bear Gang, Kxng Crooked, D Young
20. Live Without Me/So Much Pain feat. Berner, The Jacka, J. Stalin, Carey Stacks
B.G. Knocc Out is the younger brother of rapper Dresta, and were born and raised in Compton, California. At an early age both of the brothers became Crips gang members.
Eazy-E eventually discovered the brothers and signed them to Ruthless Records. Together they recorded songs on Eazy-E’s 1993 EP It’s On (Dr. Dre) 187um Killa, which was a response to Dr. Dre’s and Snoop Dogg’s diss records towards Eazy-E on The Chronic.
In 1995, B.G. Knocc Out & Dresta released their debut album Real Brothas on OutBurst Records, which remains their only album to date. This is the original black & white press photo used for their promotions and autographs.
When the debut album Hi-C Skanless hit the streets in 1991 it was became in instant hit, and scored a solid position the Billboard Music Charts. With the sudden success Hi-C and Tony A. began filming music videos and going on tour.
Here is the one of the original fliers from their first Los Angeles rap performance at Harbor College back in 1992. The parental advisory label is about ten times larger than it appears on the CD or cassette. I guess they really wanted to point out that Hi-C lyrics might offend people.