Paragons of “flip flop flow” behind mega-hit “Tha Crossroads” headline a night of hip-hop, rap, and dancehall
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West Coast Feast
Bone Thugs-N-Harmony: This quintet introduced many listeners to their self-described “flip flop flow” with ’90s hits including “East 1999” and “Tha Crossroads”—their Grammy-winning single about death that salutes hip-hop icon Eazy-E. The song is especially poignant since he’s the one who signed them to Ruthless Records.
DJ Quik: One of the luminaries of the West Coast rap scene in the early ’90s, this producer, rapper, and beat-maker debuted to critical acclaim with Quik Is the Name. His 2011 album, The Book of David, entered the Top 5 on Billboard’s rap chart, and his latest, 2014’s The Midnight Life, was described by AllMusic.com as “a fun-loving affair.”
Collie Buddz: Born in New Orleans but raised in Bermuda, Collie’s first single, “Come Around,” initially charted in the UK, hit it big in Jamaica, then caught the ear of Busta Rhymes. But Busta’s not his only famous friend—check out 2014’s “Yesterday,” featuring Riff Raff and Snoop Dogg for proof.
Tha Dogg Pound: Death Row Records’ Daz Dillinger and Kurupt stole the show in standout appearances on Dre’s The Chronic and Snoop’s Doggystyle.