As most Death Row fans know, there was a heavy beef going on between Dr. Dre’s Death Row Records and Eazy-E’s Ruthless Records.
This resulted in a different classic diss tracks from both sides.
The beat was produced by DPG member and producer Daz Dillinger.
It is actually more of a freestyle track because there is no chorus and the rappers follow each other with dope verses.
Snoop and Warren G start the first verse in which they alternate well. In terms of flow, this is great if you love that oldschool westcoast G-Funk rap.
The real hardcore Snoop Dogg fanatics will recognize parts of the underground hit ‘Long Beach Is A Muthafucka’.
This was 213’s first song that was recorded before Snoop collaborated with Dr. Dre for the ‘Deep Cover’ Soundtrack.
A 14 second snippet of the track ‘Long Beach Is A Muthafucka’ can be found on youtube.
After Snoop rips the mic, it’s Daz Dillinger’s turn. He is also the one who produced the track. He drops a few bars and then Kurupt takes it over and he drops his verse from the track ‘What Would You Do’.
That song can be heard on the ‘Murder Was The Case’ Soundtrack that was released in 1996.
After this it is Snoop’s turn again to kill the mic. Warren G also drops a dope fresh and after that Long Beach veteran Tray D finishes it off like a real OG with a few solid bars.
The track is mainly about what it was like to grow up in the ghettos of Long Beach.
Things like smoking weed, bustas, real Gs and other gangsta shit come along with tasty flows from the rappers.
After 2 minutes and 57 seconds Snoop lashes out at Eazy-E with the text ” … we chill in the cut, we try to find Eazy so we can F # ck him up”.
Unfortunately the untitled track is not available in very good quality, but it remains a very dope song to check out if you are not familiar with it yet.
Artists: Snoop Doggy Dogg, Warren G, Daz, Kurupt, Tray-D
Producer: Daz Dillinger
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