west coast

Noa James – The Love Was Never Hidden

- September 25th, 2020 |

Peace and self-love is one of those universal concepts that appeals to everyone. There are lots who incorporate it as part of their life but seldom few who incorporate it as a part of their act. Noa James (born in Jamaica, Queens, NY but currently resides in San Bernardino, CA) is one of those people […]

Lonelier & Rahn G. – City Limits

- September 23rd, 2020 |

Lonelier is one of those producers who have grinded since 2016 and, performed with Productive Culture has gained respect from the west coast, most specifically Falip (from The Pharcyde) and it all comes from his unique production style that mixes lo-fi, boom bap and west coast vibes all in one neat package. For this project, […]

Doggystyleeee – No Muttz Allowed Pt. 2, Full Breed

- September 15th, 2020 |

Doggystyleeee is one of those rappers who is destined to be the next biggest thing in west coast hip-hop yet is underground enough that you couldn’t find his music without doing a YouTube search for “inland empire hip-hop” (which is how I found out about his music). Born and raised in San Bernardino, CA. Doggystyleeee […]

Cam Gnarly – 333HZ

- April 25th, 2020 |

San Bernardino, CA or anywhere in the Inland Empire is not a place that is mentioned when it comes to hip-hop. Usually it’s bigger cousin Los Angeles or any of the cities in Los Angeles county are mentioned when it comes to the west-coast sound. Make no mistake though, the Inland Empire has a scene […]

2Pac – Me Against the World

- April 6th, 2020 |

A coward dies a thousand deaths, a soldier dies but once. 2Pac – If I Die 2 Nite 2Pac is undeniably one of the greatest lyricists of our generation but one of the most controversial figures in the entire history of rap. From conscious rapper to IDGAF rapper, he has managed to provide an infectious […]

YG – My Krazy Life

- April 5th, 2020 |

When YG first emerged in the scene, he was an authentic street hustler who just so happened to want to make club music, this was back when MySpace was a force to be reckoned with. As the years went by however, the raps got better, more street oriented and more connected to the harsh realities […]

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