And to you motherfuckers thinkin' you wanna fade me?
I'm runnin' the underground, so fool, you're crazy
Way 2 Fonky by DJ Quik

MC Eiht makes several remarks about Quik’s underground mixtape, The Red Tape, on previous CMW projects.

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Eiht hates punk-ass perm wearin pussies Def Wish II by Compton's Most Wanted

Quik was known for rocking extensive perms and blowout curls like many West Coast pimps

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[DMX] Party Up In Here by DMX

In an interview Swizz Beatz mentions how the outro was originally unscripted and it was just Swizz, acting out for fun, pretending to be a dj in the club spinning records.

When X heard it he liked it and asked him to run it back and add some of his own ad-libs to it. The second part that’s all Swizz was purely on the fly improvisation that they left on.

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And it'll drive you nuts
Steal your beat, and give it that gangsta touch
Jackin For Beats by Ice Cube

The rumor is that when Ice Cube left he had no intentions of dissing NWA. However he had no problem dissing Jerry Heller and high ranking officials of Ruthless Records. NWA felt Cube was being selfish and dissed him first on “100 Miles and Runnin' (Clean Version)”.

Cube then created this Kill at Will EP with this song put on to use a collection of beats he, allegedly, knew NWA would, allegedly, use on their upcoming projects he was no longer working on.

This caused NWA to attack Cube full scale on Efil4Zaggin.

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When you drop like a muthafucking brick Real Niggaz by N.W.A

Interestingly this was released in 1991. In 1992 Ice Cube was known nationwide as “Doughboy” and had two critically acclaimed solo albums under his belt. Meanwhile Dr. Dre teamed up with Snoop Dogg and help founded Death Row Records.

So I take it Dre ate a lot of crow for this in hindsight.

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Styles that kept them full of bull
Cause the vocals were local in nightclubs
Real Niggaz by N.W.A

Ren suggests that Ice Cube was full of himself and that NWA’s continued success after Cube departed was enough evidence to prove that.

Although both parties albums around this time had great sales, NWA owned the media spotlight.

And ironically, Cube would blow up in stardom once he starred in “Boyz N the Hood” and released Death Certificate while NWA would dissolve for reasons Cube originally left for.

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Danny Boy Dollaz + Sense by DJ Quik

Singer from Chicago signed to Death Row as a teenager and heavily promoted by Suge Knight. His debut song: “Come When I Call” was produced by Quik. He recorded a ton of material that was held back due to “unresolved internal conflict”.

In 2010 his debut album, scheduled originally for 1996 release, *It’s About Time" dropped with Quik producing on 11/15 listed tracks

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Hi-C Dollaz + Sense by DJ Quik

A close friend of Dj Quik. He collaborated with him since “The Red Tape” and the two have collaborated on several projects over the years.

Also might recognize him as the guy the Jamie Kennedy character freestyles against in “Malibu’s Most Wanted”

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[Hook] Dollaz + Sense by DJ Quik

The second line varies back and forth between:

“So dont kill game let the pimpin commence"
And
"So dont kill game let the p-funk commence”

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Please repeat after me - there's only one rule
I WILL NOT, LOSE!
Change the Game by Jay Z (Ft. Beanie Sigel & Memphis Bleek)

Unfortunately this line would go on to be famously used in the hook of Nas“Ether”, mocking it for being corny. Jay had sampled Nas for hooks on “The World is Yours” for “Dead Presidents”.

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