Electronic music & Louisiana rappers

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baptizedinmollywater:

My favorite Wayne album! “Everything” is one of the best songs ever

Incredible album. It’s hard to call anything wayne related “underrated”, but this might be a little. I rarely see it mentionned when discussing wayne’s canon. Even the sqad up mixtapes seem to get more recognition.

baptizedinmollywater:

My favorite Wayne album! “Everything” is one of the best songs ever

Incredible album. It’s hard to call anything wayne related “underrated”, but this might be a little. I rarely see it mentionned when discussing wayne’s canon. Even the sqad up mixtapes seem to get more recognition.

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ike-bowski:

Allegedly Gucci Mane’s first video “In My Black Tee” — notice the building to the left is the same building in the infamous freestyle video with DG Yola & OJ The Juiceman

With Never Again Family, Oj da Juiceman’s first group. They released this album back then, with a nice Bun B feature

6 Shot - The actual meaning (link).
6-Shot is one in a long line of great New Orleans rappers whom KLC took under his wing (Mystikal, Fiend, Soulja Slim, Mac, Mr serv-on…). He released his first album, “the actual meaning” in 2001 on Overdose Entertainment which is the label that Beats by the Pound (KLC, Mo B. Dick, Craig B & Odell) created when they left No Limit. Naturally, they produced the record (and changed their name to The Medecine Men). 6 Shot has a distinct, n’awlins-flavored rap style. So this album is a must-hear for anyone with an interest in No Limit, or even late 90’s early 00’s southern rap.
I think they had trouble with the distribution so the record remained a local treasure. I guess this is what led 6 Shot to sign with Cash Money in the mid 00’s. Of course he never released anything there, he only appeared on Birdman’s ‘Fast Money’ album (2005). Here is a really solid mixtape that collects the songs he did while on the label.

6 Shot - The actual meaning (link).

6-Shot is one in a long line of great New Orleans rappers whom KLC took under his wing (Mystikal, Fiend, Soulja Slim, Mac, Mr serv-on…). He released his first album, “the actual meaning” in 2001 on Overdose Entertainment which is the label that Beats by the Pound (KLC, Mo B. Dick, Craig B & Odell) created when they left No Limit. Naturally, they produced the record (and changed their name to The Medecine Men). 6 Shot has a distinct, n’awlins-flavored rap style. So this album is a must-hear for anyone with an interest in No Limit, or even late 90’s early 00’s southern rap.

I think they had trouble with the distribution so the record remained a local treasure. I guess this is what led 6 Shot to sign with Cash Money in the mid 00’s. Of course he never released anything there, he only appeared on Birdman’s ‘Fast Money’ album (2005). Here is a really solid mixtape that collects the songs he did while on the label.