well Death Row was co-founded by Suge Knight who had massive ties to the East LA Bloods but his main group: Tha Dogg Pound was made up of several Crip affiliates: Snoop, Daz, Kurupt, Nate were all Crips as were their contemporaries such as Tray Dee, Goldie Loc, Soopafly, Lil C-Style, Techneic, and Bad Azz.
actually Quik never had time to reply, Eiht dropped Def Wish IV and a few other disses, but a flurry of gang shootings sparked up from 96-97 and people blamed the Quik/Eiht beef for escalating the violence. By the time he could respond, the “beef” era of the 90’s golden age had died out and he came back with “You'z a Ganxta” as a truce in 98.
They are now attracted to him because of his money and upgraded style.
No, he makes 20 dollars every two weeks. He saved 40 dollars one month and his sister bought him some rock, he slung it around his school and made 80 back.
Thanks to his older sister, he was able to put twenty dollars towards some product and let it sell itself and sit back and collect the wealth.
no, there’s nothing cool about being bummy and not having money. His friends weren’t an issue.
also, he flips the traditional G-Funk moniker to lay claim to his Piru affiliation
The album he is referring to is “Tha Shit”. It was produced in 1994, executively by Suge Knight, while they were still on Profile records. The lead single was “Didn’t Mean to Turn You On” which was primarily released as a single for the Above the Rim Soundtrack.
Not Jheri Curls, Quik was famous or infamous, for rocking Permed Curls like many California pimps. Curls that required going to sleep in hair rollers with a plastic head cap.
Westside Compton to be more exact