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Hit And Run - Tha Alkaholiks - Coast II Coast (CD, Album)

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  1. Mar 19,  · Likwit · Tha Alkaholiks · King Tee 21 & Over ℗ RCA Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment Released on: Associated Performer: Tha Alkaholiks .
  2. At a time when West Coast rap was engulfed in bloated production techniques and gangster posturing, Coast II Coastarrived as a breath of fresh air. Mischievous, spontaneous, and often uproarious, The Alkaholiks’ second album reinvigorated L.A. rap by injecting it with a much-needed sense of play.
  3. Album "Free Style Ghetto" King Tee, MC Breeze, Tha Alkaholiks: IV Life "Hit and Run" Tha Alkaholiks Coast II Coast "Flashback" Tha Alkaholiks, Lil Tone "The Wake Up Show" Tha Mexakinz, Chino XL: Tha Mexakinz "So Good" Davina "So Good" single "Killin' It" Tha Alkaholiks Likwidation "E Lucevan Le Stelle" N/A.
  4. Feb 28,  · I say, Tha Alkaholiks (Rico "Tash" Smith, James "J-Ro" Robinson & Eric "E-Swift" Brooks) is one of my favorite groups from the west coast. Comming from Los Angeles, their sophomore pull Coast II Coast, really puts them on the scene expressing their style of no gimmics and no BS. Just grab the mic and let the lyrics run/5(23).
  5. Album Coast II Coast. Hit and Run Lyrics [J-Ro] I pull up to front with a smash to the ground black duly Niggas in the street gettin wild and unruly Tha Alkaholiks; Hit and Run Lyrics;.
  6. Tha Alkaholiks. Tha Alkaholiks, also known as Tha Liks, was an American hip hop group from Los Angeles, California. Since the early s they have produced funky, upbeat, hedonism-themed party music with a hardcore hip hop edge, powered by the beats of DJ and producer E-Swift (born Eric Brooks in Columbus, Georgia, raised in Toledo, Ohio) and the lively, comedic rhymes of J-Ro (born James.
  7. Coast II Coast () Album by Tha Alkaholiks. The Next Level by Tha Alkaholiks feat. Diamond D. sampled Hit and Run by Tha Alkaholiks feat. Xzibit. sampled Spoonie Is Back by Spoonie Gee () The Shadow Outro from The Shadow ().

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