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Title: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Lindon on May 16, 2007, 12:59:00 PM
Anyone know when this is coming? According to both of their myspace pages, this was supposed to come in January, now there's no date...   
Title: Re: Southern Hydro (Big Mike and Six2)
Post by: FUCK U on May 17, 2007, 03:17:27 PM
I cant find it anywhere, six2 is dope.........let me no if you get your hands on it


Peace,
Title: Re: Southern Hydro (Big Mike and Six2)
Post by: Lindon on May 18, 2007, 06:01:50 AM
will do homie. mr two face is f*kin tight imo. that project that never got off the ground with attitude (from alabama) entirely prodiced by timbo also looked dope but it never saw the light of day...

am hoping the delay on this is because six2 has been invited to some detox sessions by DOC and dre and is waiting for that to drop to give some buzz to his projects if he's featured. here's hoping anyways...
Title: Re: Southern Hydro (Big Mike and Six2)
Post by: Lindon on May 20, 2007, 03:04:26 AM
^^^^

props on the info. i hope that "something" is six2 on detox. to me his two verses on 2001 stole the whole album.
Title: Re: Southern Hydro (Big Mike and Six2)
Post by: Lindon on May 29, 2007, 08:59:19 AM
^^^^^^
props man.

let's hope this sh*t drops soon and we finally get a proper six-two solo album soon. i love the tentative title of his solo on his myspace "sincerlee yours mr 2 face" 
Title: Re: Southern Hydro (Big Mike and Six2)
Post by: SGV on May 29, 2007, 03:02:34 PM
Fuck a Six2 when Big Mike's on the scene. Haven't heard from dude in such a long time. Always one of the illest down South.
Title: Re: Southern Hydro (Big Mike and Six2)
Post by: RAIDErs of the lost ark on May 29, 2007, 03:56:13 PM
Anyone know when this is coming? According to both of their myspace pages, this was supposed to come in January, now there's no date...   

one of 6-2īs boys Pushinbigbooty,who posts on this board told me that thereīs "something" holding the record back but it is done.
Iīm waiting for that record myself......
^^^^

props on the info. i hope that "something" is six2 on detox. to me his two verses on 2001 stole the whole album.

Hereīs the first single and video from the album;
Big Mike & Six 2 "Down Home" feat. Young Bleed
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IGE91fijXyw

^^^^^^
props man.

let's hope this sh*t drops soon and we finally get a proper six-two solo album soon. i love the tentative title of his solo on his myspace "sincerlee yours mr 2 face" 




Fuck a Six2 when Big Mike's on the scene. Haven't heard from dude in such a long time. Always one of the illest down South.

Big Mike released two albums last year,yes I said TWO albums last year.

Damn!!! Lindon sent me this link with a 6-2 and El-Dog AKA Genacide video. I have never heard this track.
Pushinbigbody get yo ass in here,you need to drop the 411 about 6-2 and Genacide.....

http://music.yahoo.com/library/default.asp?i=298384&m=videos&add=&

Big Mike & Six 2 "Down Home" feat. Young Bleed
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IGE91fijXyw
918 featuring 6-2; Houze Of Pympz produced by Mr.Lee
http://download.yousendit.com/7235540A0BD0FBD8
from 918īs album Reincarnated
6-2 on myspace;
www.myspace.com/thareal6deuce

About Six 2
A Check THIS OUT More than any other music since the blues, hip-hop is all about stories. And its stories are criminal minded and grand, making them even more enthralling and unbelievable, but also making them only as interesting and convincing as the teller. That's why despite being Feared by the industry, before his major-label recording contract, heads still gravitated towards Fort Worth, Texas's realest Insain GORILLA since1993. 6Two born 27 years ago is the real deal, the genuine article. He's a man of the streets, intimately familiar with its codes and its violence, but still, 6Two, an incredibly intelligent and deliberate man, holds himself with a regal air as if above the pettiness that surrounds him. Couple his real-life hardship with his knack for addictive syrupy hooks and its clear that 6Two has what it takes to ride down the road to riches and diamond rings. 6Two is real so he does real things. 6Two was discovered in 1996 by one of the true legends of the rap game - THE D.O.C. After signing 6Two to his production label Silverback Records, THE D.O.C. immediately took him to Los Angeles where he was assisting mega-platinum rap producer Dr. Dre with his highly anticipated "CHRONIC 2001" album. Dr. Dre heard the rap skills of 6Two and wanted him to participate in the project. In the year 2000 the album "CHRONIC 2001" was released to worldwide success, with the #1 radio single titled "Xxplosive". "Xxplosive" features the talents of 6Two with the hook being sung by Nate Dogg. The "CHRONIC 2001" received huge multi-platinum success, selling over 8 million albums worldwide. The album went on to win numerous awards and culminated with Dr. Dre winning a Producer of the Year Grammy Award. 6Two later released an album called The Deuce. Quite Frankly, while the Doc inserted his name on the album it was meant to be 6Two solo's release. The album was set to go platinum.SonyREDD really beleaved in SIX-2's Solo . With the last remaining members of N.W.A, 6Two showcased his talent on several tracks that include. Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, The Doc, Ice Cube, MC Ren, and Nate Dogg. Since building his sucess on his strenghts of weighing in the top contenders in the Rap industry. 6Two has since risen from the ashes of victimization and been called upon by the legendary Timbaland. Timbaland, along with Alabama Rapper Attitude, and 6two aka deuce have finished what seems to be a rap masterpiece. The album is set to be released very soon and will catapult Sixty 2 back into raps lime light. While working on the new Timbaland record 62 has written for Puff daddy another urban heavyweight.I also Co-Wrote 1st Single WAIT a MINUTE for the PUSSIECAT Dolls. 6Two Album Credits: Genacide "Waste of a cular" Genacide "Mixed up Murder" Dr. Dre. "Chronic 2001" Aftermath / Interscope Records year 2000 The D.O.C. "Duece". Silverback / Sony Records year 2003
Timbaland "yet to released" "release date tba" Snoop Dogg and DJ Jam Mix Cd "WBALLZ " vol. 1 Six2 "Mac-a-roni and G's" 6two Productions Young Bleed's The Street's are Watchin Money Waters NiggaLawz commin Soon.. ....NOW ya know the Pass He izz the future .... New Album:Southern Hydro"a Big Mike & Six-2 collaberation Hittin the Steet'z World Wide. New Album:Sinncerlee Yourz Mista 2Face"6-Two,s Solo GENA-CIDE's Tru ROOTs ElDoG's Solo Commin 2007 But like I say that's a lil bit about me....Stay in touch..7'z UP.


918 featuring 6-2; Houze Of Pympz produced by Mr.Lee
http://download.yousendit.com/7235540A0BD0FBD8
from 918īs album Reincarnated
i proped u for sharing the track. i like it very much. do u have by chance, Mean Walk by Attitude feat 6-2 (if it's ever been released) ?

Lindon might have it,you got to ask him. He got one of Attitudeīs mix-tapes. Do you know who produced it? Timberland?
Iīm waiting on the Erotic D mix-tape/street album (original beats) to hit my mail box this week,6-2,Big Mike and MC Breed etc. is featured on it. It might be on that album if Erotic D produced it. I will upload the 6-2 tracks when I get the album.







Looking for these two Genacide (6-2,El-Dog and Ledaface) albums
Waste Uva Cular from 1994
http://www.discogs.com/release/971811
and
Mixed Up Murder (81G) from 1997
http://www.discogs.com/release/962574
Genacide resume;
www.discogs.com/artist/Genacide

???????????
Title: Re: Southern Hydro (Big Mike and Six2)
Post by: NotoriousTDA on May 30, 2007, 07:57:46 PM
six two is fucking dope! I got one of his albums or mixtapes titled macaroni and g's, which is also fucking dope. Man detox is gunna be unreal if dre hooked back up with this kat.
Title: Re: Southern Hydro (Big Mike and Six2)
Post by: Lindon on May 31, 2007, 10:01:29 AM
Fuck a Six2 when Big Mike's on the scene. Haven't heard from dude in such a long time. Always one of the illest down South.

Big Mike released two albums last year,yes I said TWO albums last year.

Damn!!! Lindon sent me this link with a 6-2 and El-Dog AKA Genacide video. I have never heard this track.
Pushinbigbody get yo ass in here,you need to drop the 411 about 6-2 and Genacide.....

http://music.yahoo.com/library/default.asp?i=298384&m=videos&add=&

6-2 on myspace;
www.myspace.com/thareal6deuce

About Six 2
A Check THIS OUT More than any other music since the blues, hip-hop is all about stories. And its stories are criminal minded and grand, making them even more enthralling and unbelievable, but also making them only as interesting and convincing as the teller. That's why despite being Feared by the industry, before his major-label recording contract, heads still gravitated towards Fort Worth, Texas's realest Insain GORILLA since1993. 6Two born 27 years ago is the real deal, the genuine article. He's a man of the streets, intimately familiar with its codes and its violence, but still, 6Two, an incredibly intelligent and deliberate man, holds himself with a regal air as if above the pettiness that surrounds him. Couple his real-life hardship with his knack for addictive syrupy hooks and its clear that 6Two has what it takes to ride down the road to riches and diamond rings. 6Two is real so he does real things. 6Two was discovered in 1996 by one of the true legends of the rap game - THE D.O.C. After signing 6Two to his production label Silverback Records, THE D.O.C. immediately took him to Los Angeles where he was assisting mega-platinum rap producer Dr. Dre with his highly anticipated "CHRONIC 2001" album. Dr. Dre heard the rap skills of 6Two and wanted him to participate in the project. In the year 2000 the album "CHRONIC 2001" was released to worldwide success, with the #1 radio single titled "Xxplosive". "Xxplosive" features the talents of 6Two with the hook being sung by Nate Dogg. The "CHRONIC 2001" received huge multi-platinum success, selling over 8 million albums worldwide. The album went on to win numerous awards and culminated with Dr. Dre winning a Producer of the Year Grammy Award. 6Two later released an album called The Deuce. Quite Frankly, while the Doc inserted his name on the album it was meant to be 6Two solo's release. The album was set to go platinum.SonyREDD really beleaved in SIX-2's Solo . With the last remaining members of N.W.A, 6Two showcased his talent on several tracks that include. Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, The Doc, Ice Cube, MC Ren, and Nate Dogg. Since building his sucess on his strenghts of weighing in the top contenders in the Rap industry. 6Two has since risen from the ashes of victimization and been called upon by the legendary Timbaland. Timbaland, along with Alabama Rapper Attitude, and 6two aka deuce have finished what seems to be a rap masterpiece. The album is set to be released very soon and will catapult Sixty 2 back into raps lime light. While working on the new Timbaland record 62 has written for Puff daddy another urban heavyweight.I also Co-Wrote 1st Single WAIT a MINUTE for the PUSSIECAT Dolls. 6Two Album Credits: Genacide "Waste of a cular" Genacide "Mixed up Murder" Dr. Dre. "Chronic 2001" Aftermath / Interscope Records year 2000 The D.O.C. "Duece". Silverback / Sony Records year 2003
Timbaland "yet to released" "release date tba" Snoop Dogg and DJ Jam Mix Cd "WBALLZ " vol. 1 Six2 "Mac-a-roni and G's" 6two Productions Young Bleed's The Street's are Watchin Money Waters NiggaLawz commin Soon.. ....NOW ya know the Pass He izz the future .... New Album:Southern Hydro"a Big Mike & Six-2 collaberation Hittin the Steet'z World Wide. New Album:Sinncerlee Yourz Mista 2Face"6-Two,s Solo GENA-CIDE's Tru ROOTs ElDoG's Solo Commin 2007 But like I say that's a lil bit about me....Stay in touch..7'z UP.

props on this info Raide. i know like me you been checking for some genacide shit for a minute!!! would love to get hold of their albums, i believe they had two back in the day.

attitude from alabama is tight as hell and that collab project with 6"2 produced by timbo sounds like it would be fire. heard that got shelved when timbo's label deal with interscope fell apart. track 6 offa mac-a-roni and g's is a nice taster of what that project would have felt like.

damn this cat deuce had enough label problems man from silverback with D.O.C to Timbaland with interscope. real shame cos imo dude is the coldest gangsta rapper doin it outside of the west. shame dre never signed him cos they had real chemistry on the tracks they worked together on. six-two takin it back to early snoop meets devin the dude imo. 


     
Title: Re: Southern Hydro (Big Mike and Six2)
Post by: k1000 on June 04, 2007, 11:07:49 AM
918 featuring 6-2; Houze Of Pympz produced by Mr.Lee
http://download.yousendit.com/7235540A0BD0FBD8
from 918īs album Reincarnated
i proped u for sharing the track. i like it very much. do u have by chance, Mean Walk by Attitude feat 6-2 (if it's ever been released) ?
Title: Re: Southern Hydro (Big Mike and Six2)
Post by: weedhead on July 25, 2007, 02:36:11 AM
OH!SHIT!!cant wait till this come out....da peeda-man,two face together!!its a wrap! ;D
Title: Re: Southern Hydro (Big Mike and Six2)
Post by: RAIDErs of the lost ark on October 23, 2007, 11:24:17 AM
Anyone know when this is coming? According to both of their myspace pages, this was supposed to come in January, now there's no date...   

one of 6-2īs boys Pushinbigbooty,who posts on this board told me that thereīs "something" holding the record back but it is done.
Iīm waiting for that record myself......
^^^^

props on the info. i hope that "something" is six2 on detox. to me his two verses on 2001 stole the whole album.

Hereīs the first single and video from the album;
Big Mike & Six 2 "Down Home" feat. Young Bleed
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IGE91fijXyw

^^^^^^
props man.

let's hope this sh*t drops soon and we finally get a proper six-two solo album soon. i love the tentative title of his solo on his myspace "sincerlee yours mr 2 face" 




Fuck a Six2 when Big Mike's on the scene. Haven't heard from dude in such a long time. Always one of the illest down South.

Big Mike released two albums last year,yes I said TWO albums last year.

Damn!!! Lindon sent me this link with a 6-2 and El-Dog AKA Genacide video. I have never heard this track.
Pushinbigbody get yo ass in here,you need to drop the 411 about 6-2 and Genacide.....

http://music.yahoo.com/library/default.asp?i=298384&m=videos&add=&

Big Mike & Six 2 "Down Home" feat. Young Bleed
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IGE91fijXyw
918 featuring 6-2; Houze Of Pympz produced by Mr.Lee
http://download.yousendit.com/7235540A0BD0FBD8
from 918īs album Reincarnated
6-2 on myspace;
www.myspace.com/thareal6deuce

About Six 2
A Check THIS OUT More than any other music since the blues, hip-hop is all about stories. And its stories are criminal minded and grand, making them even more enthralling and unbelievable, but also making them only as interesting and convincing as the teller. That's why despite being Feared by the industry, before his major-label recording contract, heads still gravitated towards Fort Worth, Texas's realest Insain GORILLA since1993. 6Two born 27 years ago is the real deal, the genuine article. He's a man of the streets, intimately familiar with its codes and its violence, but still, 6Two, an incredibly intelligent and deliberate man, holds himself with a regal air as if above the pettiness that surrounds him. Couple his real-life hardship with his knack for addictive syrupy hooks and its clear that 6Two has what it takes to ride down the road to riches and diamond rings. 6Two is real so he does real things. 6Two was discovered in 1996 by one of the true legends of the rap game - THE D.O.C. After signing 6Two to his production label Silverback Records, THE D.O.C. immediately took him to Los Angeles where he was assisting mega-platinum rap producer Dr. Dre with his highly anticipated "CHRONIC 2001" album. Dr. Dre heard the rap skills of 6Two and wanted him to participate in the project. In the year 2000 the album "CHRONIC 2001" was released to worldwide success, with the #1 radio single titled "Xxplosive". "Xxplosive" features the talents of 6Two with the hook being sung by Nate Dogg. The "CHRONIC 2001" received huge multi-platinum success, selling over 8 million albums worldwide. The album went on to win numerous awards and culminated with Dr. Dre winning a Producer of the Year Grammy Award. 6Two later released an album called The Deuce. Quite Frankly, while the Doc inserted his name on the album it was meant to be 6Two solo's release. The album was set to go platinum.SonyREDD really beleaved in SIX-2's Solo . With the last remaining members of N.W.A, 6Two showcased his talent on several tracks that include. Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, The Doc, Ice Cube, MC Ren, and Nate Dogg. Since building his sucess on his strenghts of weighing in the top contenders in the Rap industry. 6Two has since risen from the ashes of victimization and been called upon by the legendary Timbaland. Timbaland, along with Alabama Rapper Attitude, and 6two aka deuce have finished what seems to be a rap masterpiece. The album is set to be released very soon and will catapult Sixty 2 back into raps lime light. While working on the new Timbaland record 62 has written for Puff daddy another urban heavyweight.I also Co-Wrote 1st Single WAIT a MINUTE for the PUSSIECAT Dolls. 6Two Album Credits: Genacide "Waste of a cular" Genacide "Mixed up Murder" Dr. Dre. "Chronic 2001" Aftermath / Interscope Records year 2000 The D.O.C. "Duece". Silverback / Sony Records year 2003
Timbaland "yet to released" "release date tba" Snoop Dogg and DJ Jam Mix Cd "WBALLZ " vol. 1 Six2 "Mac-a-roni and G's" 6two Productions Young Bleed's The Street's are Watchin Money Waters NiggaLawz commin Soon.. ....NOW ya know the Pass He izz the future .... New Album:Southern Hydro"a Big Mike & Six-2 collaberation Hittin the Steet'z World Wide. New Album:Sinncerlee Yourz Mista 2Face"6-Two,s Solo GENA-CIDE's Tru ROOTs ElDoG's Solo Commin 2007 But like I say that's a lil bit about me....Stay in touch..7'z UP.


918 featuring 6-2; Houze Of Pympz produced by Mr.Lee
http://download.yousendit.com/7235540A0BD0FBD8
from 918īs album Reincarnated
i proped u for sharing the track. i like it very much. do u have by chance, Mean Walk by Attitude feat 6-2 (if it's ever been released) ?

Lindon might have it,you got to ask him. He got one of Attitudeīs mix-tapes. Do you know who produced it? Timberland?
Iīm waiting on the Erotic D mix-tape/street album (original beats) to hit my mail box this week,6-2,Big Mike and MC Breed etc. is featured on it. It might be on that album if Erotic D produced it. I will upload the 6-2 tracks when I get the album.


Yep,yep I found the 2nd Genacide album on Amazon and got it in the mail today.
Hooking you all up with a track from it.
So Lindon any luck finding the first album?
Pushinbigbooty is MIA,so I didnīt get the Erotic D album from him.
Still waiting for Southern Hydro,canīt find any info online anywhere about it,besides on 6-2īs myspace.








Genacide; Mixed Up Murder (81G) from 1997 (6-2,El-Dog and Ledaface)
NO IMAGE
http://www.discogs.com/release/962574
06 Sour Cream.m4a
http://www.mediafire.com/?amzjyvcyyky

Looking for this Genacide (6-2,El-Dog and Ledaface) album
Waste Uva Cular from 1994
http://www.discogs.com/release/971811
Genacide resume;
www.discogs.com/artist/Genacide
Title: Re: Southern Hydro (Big Mike and Six2)
Post by: NotoriousTDA on October 23, 2007, 03:23:35 PM
i want that duece album
Title: Re: Southern Hydro (Big Mike and Six2)
Post by: G. Sean Peters on October 23, 2007, 03:44:38 PM
thats a sick duo
Title: Re: Southern Hydro (Big Mike and Six2)
Post by: d-nice on October 23, 2007, 10:27:24 PM
thats a sick duo

NO DOUBT. Big Mike's last album was the shit. I will definitely pick this up.
Title: Re: Southern Hydro (Big Mike and Six2)
Post by: RAIDErs of the lost ark on October 27, 2007, 09:17:27 AM
thats a sick duo
NO DOUBT. Big Mike's last album was the shit. I will definitely pick this up.

So D-Nice what you think of the Genacide album?


I did already.
Its dope. itīs kinda undergroundish. I like it.
Never heard of the group before.
Gimme some info.

Whereīs your comment,itīs not here?
I really donīt know much more than I you can read in the above post (info from 6-2īs myspace)
and whatever I found on www.discogs.com/artist/Genacide ;
Quote
Genacide
Hit Disc (12", Smplr) Cliché Records    1994
Waste Uva Cular (CD, Album)   Cliché Records 1994
Mixed Up Murder (81G) (CD, Album)   Funkytown Records 1997 produced by Bruce E. Hubbard
Members
El Dog,Ledaface and Six Duece

Maybe Lindon knows more?
He posted a video by Genacide above.
El Dog appeared on;
Quote
Ras Kass - Institutionalized
http://www.discogs.com/release/793812
We Run The Streets
Producer - Heatmakerz
Rap [Featuring]-40 Glocc,Cali Casino,Crooked I,El Dog,Spider Loc
Title: Re: Southern Hydro (Big Mike and Six2)
Post by: Lindon on October 27, 2007, 11:43:42 AM
^^^^^

Major props to Raide. He hooked me up with the genocide joint and it is dope. To be honest i don't know too much about them only started checking for them when six2 blew up on 2001 (personally on his two cameos on that album thought he stole the whole album!!! on deuce he is the album!!!)

This mixed up murda album has a kind of laid back slightly sinister atmosphere, that southern gangsta type sound. No standout tracks on my listens so far but it is just cool to hear more material from six2 who has an unbelievably tight flow. When the f**k are we gonna get Southern Hydro and Sincerlee yours Mr Two Face?!

El-dog and i guess ledacide also come through on the album and are solid. Haven’t heard much of them before but would be cool to hear the other genacide album and el-dog solo if anyone anywhere has them…!!!!

didn't realise el-dog is on that rass kass joint. i have a feeling that this is another el-dog though but i could be wrong.

props again to Raide.  8)
Title: Re: Southern Hydro (Big Mike and Six2)
Post by: RAIDErs of the lost ark on October 27, 2007, 12:34:42 PM
^^^^^
Major props to Raide. He hooked me up with the genocide joint and it is dope. To be honest i don't know too much about them only started checking for them when six2 blew up on 2001 (personally on his two cameos on that album thought he stole the whole album!!! on deuce he is the album!!!)
This mixed up murda album has a kind of laid back slightly sinister atmosphere, that southern gangsta type sound. No standout tracks on my listens so far but it is just cool to hear more material from six2 who has an unbelievably tight flow. When the f**k are we gonna get Southern Hydro and Sincerlee yours Mr Two Face?!
El-dog and i guess ledacide also come through on the album and are solid. Haven’t heard much of them before but would be cool to hear the other genacide album and el-dog solo if anyone anywhere has them…!!!!
didn't realise el-dog is on that rass kass joint. i have a feeling that this is another el-dog though but i could be wrong.
props again to Raide.  8)

I agree with your review,but Iīm pleased that I finally got a hold of it.
And yes,he stole the show on The Chronic 2001,in fact I think he was the best feature on the album.
Itīs a shame he didnīt get more play on that album.
I was thinking the same as you about the Ras kass feature,I love Institutionalized but I have not listen to it after this info was revealed.
I hope that someone can up Genacideīs first album. Me and Lindon canīt be the only 6-2 fanīs in here?
Title: Re: Southern Hydro (Big Mike and Six2)
Post by: Tha Psycho Hustla on October 27, 2007, 03:29:19 PM
wow.good trhead.
Title: Re: Southern Hydro (Big Mike and Six2)
Post by: klubbstyle on November 23, 2007, 08:20:41 AM
yeah i got the original cd of Genacide; Mixed up Murder. 6-2īs group, as well as the album by Genacide - Contradictions (6-2 on a track), also i have Sixx-two's solo - Mac A Roni and G's in mp3 only, where can i BUY that 1 and GenaCide- Waste Uva Cular.

Sixx-Two is madd.
Title: Re: Southern Hydro (Big Mike and Six2)
Post by: Chad Vader on November 25, 2007, 12:34:37 PM
yeah i got the original cd of
Genacide; Mixed up Murder. 6-2īs group, as well as the album by Genacide - Contradictions (6-2 on a track),
also i have Sixx-two's solo - Mac A Roni and G's in mp3 only,
where can i BUY that 1 and GenaCide- Waste Uva Cular.

Sixx-Two is madd.

http://www.dubcnn.com/connect/index.php?topic=106938.0
I BROKE OUT A WHOLE BUNCH FROM MY PERSONAL COLLECTION THIS AUCTION IS LOADED WITH ULTRA RARE CDS, SEVERAL IVE NEVER EVEN SEEN ON EBAY..SUCH AS A NEVER SEEN BEFORE 1997 VERSION OF ONE GUD CIDES ' CONTRADICTIONS!! AND TOO MANY OTHERS TO NAME!! ILL UP EVERY DAY OR TWO WITH SOME COVERS! DONT MISS OUT! SEVERAL TITLES ARE STILL SEALED!
http://search.ebay.com/_W0QQsassZpusherman972 (http://search.ebay.com/_W0QQsassZpusherman972)
(http://img464.imageshack.us/img464/8978/oengudcidecontra97cover6zr.jpg)

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Contradictions [EXPLICIT LYRICS]
(http://g-ecx.images-amazon.com/images/G/01/ciu/ed/03/b670820dd7a0c669251fe010._AA240_.L.jpg)
http://www.amazon.com/Contradictions-One-Gud-Cide/dp/B000035X6R/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=music&qid=1196018357&sr=1-1


Quote
Mac-A-Roni and G's by Six2 (Audio CD - 2005)
(http://img260.imageshack.us/img260/7109/6twomacaroniandgs28frondq7.jpg)
Currently unavailable
http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_ss_gw/104-1374017-3992708?url=search-alias%3Dpopular&field-keywords=mac-a-roni&Go.x=7&Go.y=6

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Genacide; Waste Uva Cular
(http://g-ecx.images-amazon.com/images/G/01/ciu/86/12/193e729fd7a0b4446390f010._AA240_.L.jpg)
http://www.amazon.com/Waste-Uva-Cular-Gena-Cide/dp/B00000DRS1/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=music&qid=1196018543&sr=1-1
tracklist;
1) Channal Changes
2) Waste Uva Cular
3) Geto Ride Intro
4) Geto Ride
5) Da Citi
6) On The "G"
7) Sumthin 2 F*** Wit Cha
8) Pympin Aint Changed
9) Neva 2 Much Luv
10) Take A Bullet
11) Mi Mon E Lookin Fun E
12) Burn 1
13) Koke-Kanin Thang
14) Country Shouts
15) Geto Ride (Instrumental)
16) Wast Uva Cular (Reprise)

Can you hook these two up?
Genacide - Contradictions
Genacide; Waste Uva Cular (when you get  a hold of it?)



Hereīs some tracks that was on DubcNNīs front page around 2002,
some of the tracks didnīt make the album and some of the tracks is slightly different.
Track number 10 is fire,damn I want a full version of that one.
Did track number 8 make it? 6-2 KIIIIIILLLLSSSS it....

The D.O.C; Deuce PROMO
(http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/417BYGQX1JL._AA240_.jpg)
DUBCNN.zip
http://www.mediafire.com/?5ybwnwda1g9

Title: Re: Southern Hydro (Big Mike and Six2)
Post by: Dre-Day on November 27, 2007, 12:43:53 PM
my bad  ;)

and no, track 8 is not on the retail version. track 10 is very dope indeed; dark beat  8)

PS: thanks again  :)
Title: Re: Southern Hydro (Big Mike and Six2)
Post by: Dre-Day on November 27, 2007, 01:26:54 PM
Itīs been such a long time since I have heard these track and I mix them up with the retail version.
So track 8 and 10 didnīt make the retail version,right?
Track 4 got another beat?
correct, 8 and 10 are not on the retail version. track 4 got the same vocals as track 2 of the retail version, but it has a different beat  ;)
Title: Re: Southern Hydro (Big Mike and Six2)
Post by: Dre-Day on November 27, 2007, 03:09:02 PM
So I was on "point",ha,ha.  ;)
No luck finding the names for the tracks?
unfortunately, i couldn't find any names.
DubcNN staff help us out here  ;)
Title: Re: Southern Hydro (Big Mike and Six2)
Post by: klubbstyle on December 05, 2007, 07:43:25 AM
the promo i have is

01 - d.o.c ( DEUCE promo ) - intro
02 - d.o.c ( DEUCE promo ) - Big Dick Shit feat. Six-Two
03 - d.o.c ( DEUCE promo ) - Simple As That feat. Six-Two
04 - d.o.c ( DEUCE promo ) - DFW feat. Six-Two.
05 - d.o.c ( DEUCE promo ) - XXX Files feat. Six-Two
06 - d.o.c ( DEUCE promo ) - Ghetto Blues feat. Six-Two
07 - d.o.c ( DEUCE promo ) - Mass Confusion feat. Six-Two (fucking maddest soong hey did not make retial, any1 got the full version?)
08 - d.o.c ( DEUCE promo ) - The Shit feat. Mc Ren, Ice Cube & Six-Two

All r samples.

I also bought the ORIGINAL CD promo of this with 20 tracks, but still, only a sample of that song.

How do i play those mp4 files 2 see if its what ive already got?

Tha D.O.C - Deuce

whats the go with the Xzibit lyrics on the 1st version, and removed them for Snoop in the 2nd retail version? Notice how Xzibits backups are still on the Snoop 2nd version?.

whats the go there?

Plus, i think there was only 2 tracks that did not make the retial cut. The intro has a different beat (not the hotel califiornia version).

I have all these tracks as well if any1 needs them (the 2 that didnt make the cut r samples only).
Title: Re: Southern Hydro (Big Mike and Six2)
Post by: Tha Psycho Hustla on December 05, 2007, 11:23:41 AM
in dat "down home" video mayn, you posted..its tha same Six-Two who was on "2001" im 99% sure.
who is el dog?is it this el dog? http://www.discogs.com/artist/El+Dog (i think so, since he appearc on "mixed up murder".)damn i love discogs, theres some things they dont have but thats still off the chain!!

and who is this? http://www.discogs.com/artist/El+Dogg

Title: Re: Southern Hydro (Big Mike and Six2)
Post by: Sir Petey on December 06, 2007, 02:51:29 AM
big mike was dope as hell back in the days...
Title: Re: Southern Hydro (Big Mike and Six2)
Post by: TRG on December 06, 2007, 06:30:43 PM
i got these 2

The D.O.C. ft MC Ren, Ice Cube, Snoop Dogg & Six Two (4:58)
http://www.zshare.net/audio/5429282d1bca54/

&


The D.O.C. ft Xzibit, MC Ren, Ice Cube & Six Two (5:15)
http://www.zshare.net/audio/5429409226eab9/
Title: Re: Southern Hydro (Big Mike and Six2)
Post by: Chad Vader on December 20, 2007, 07:31:21 AM
6-2 interview in The Source April 2003 NO.163
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(http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2371/2122235207_e55ff7f56c_b.jpg)
Title: Re: Southern Hydro (Big Mike and Six2)
Post by: k1000 on December 20, 2007, 04:17:12 PM
props
Title: Re: Southern Hydro (Big Mike and Six2)
Post by: Chad Vader on December 22, 2007, 05:15:08 PM
The D.O.C; Deuce review in The Source April 2002 NO.151
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Title: Re: Southern Hydro (Big Mike and Six2)
Post by: Dre-Day on December 27, 2007, 10:07:58 AM
i remember that the D.O.C. said that Six-Two is similar to him. i agree with that, when it comes to the current D.O.C., but the old D.O.C. had different subject matter and flow.
Title: Re: Southern Hydro (Big Mike and Six2)
Post by: Dre-Day on December 28, 2007, 03:17:20 AM
Gorilla Pimpin'. and the OG track is called Guerrilla pimpin ( from MC Breed's flatline album, like you said).

yeah i guess the D.O.C. wrote the stuff on Deuce; that would also explain why he doesn't perform much(Six-Two said that he's D.O.C.'s voice in that interview). hopefully voice through hot vessels is not just a plan though.

Six Two's Gorilla Pimpin is doper than the OG track imo.
Title: Re: Southern Hydro (Big Mike and Six2)
Post by: Lindon on December 29, 2007, 03:31:42 AM
major props to everyone for keeping this thread going and to chad in particular for all the hookups  8). 

I'm gonna hit up the interview request thread for a dubcnn interview with two face. i want to know what's going on with him and where the f*ck that southern hydro sh*t is!?
Title: Re: Southern Hydro (Big Mike and Six2)
Post by: Dre-Day on December 29, 2007, 03:38:42 AM

6-2's Gorilla Pimpin' is  doper than the OG track

Well,I don't know, I like Breed's version better.
Maybe it's because I had Breed's Flatline in heavy rotation a couple years before 6-2's version dropped. Flatline is one of my personal classic's,but so is Deuce,so it's a tuff choice. ha,ha.
ha, actually i heard the remake on the deuce album before i heard the MC breed track ( i found out later that the six-two one was a remake). so maybe we're just used to the one which we heard first  :)
anyway, aside from the performance, the added elements from the beat are nice on the remake, so that's another reason for me why i like the remake a bit more ( and offcourse a slightly better chorus).

edit: hello ghost
Title: Re: Southern Hydro (Big Mike and Six2)
Post by: Lindon on December 29, 2007, 12:15:30 PM
major props to everyone for keeping this thread going and to chad in particular for all the hookups  8). 

I'm gonna hit up the interview request thread for a dubcnn interview with two face. i want to know what's going on with him and where the f*ck that southern hydro sh*t is!?

check the 6-2 thread in the HUS.

props man. a lot of very dope sh*t.
Title: Re: Southern Hydro (Big Mike and Six2)
Post by: Chad Vader on January 06, 2008, 07:55:22 PM
Conspiracy Interview with The D.O.C. Part 1
http://www.youtube.com/v/eY_Ruw5Wv8A&rel

Conspiracy Interview with The D.O.C. Part 2
http://www.youtube.com/v/GTXULictevQ&rel

Conspiracy Interview with The D.O.C. Part 3
http://www.youtube.com/v/qY4DB_Q-aww&rel
Title: Re: Southern Hydro (Big Mike and Six2)
Post by: Chad Vader on January 09, 2008, 05:55:55 PM
You ainīt gonna believe this;  :o :o :o :o

Quote
Look What the Streets Made
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1 used & new available from $2,475.00

^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^


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One Gud Cide - What The Streets Made - Rare OOP OG
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price: US $1,399.99


DESCRIPTION:

 

This is a Rare and Out Of Print CD by “ONE GUD CIDE”!!! The title to this album is “LOOK WHAT THE STREETS MADE”!!! This album dates back to 1995 on SCARRED FOR LIFE Records!!!
CONDITION: USED
TRACKS: 14
FORMAT: CD
NOTES: This is the O.G. Original 1st Pressing with the Purple Disc!!! Yes, it comes with Front & Back Inserts. This is the REAL THING!!! Collector's only!!! ONE OF THE BEST WAYS TO TELL THE OG 1995 VERSION FROM THE 1996 RE-RELEASE IS SIMPLY BY LOOKING AT THE FRONT COVER CLOSELY. THE OG'S FRONT COVER HAS S.J. WITH HIS WHITE BASEBALL CAP ON IT!!! DON'T BE FOOLED BY THE OTHER SELLERS WHO SAY THAT THEY HAVE THE O.G. THE PRICE IS HIGH BECAUSE THERE'S A SELLER ON AMAZON SELLING THE 1996 RE-RELEASE FOR THE SAME PRICE.



^^^^^This must one hell of a rare album  :laugh: :laugh: :laugh: :laugh: ^^^^
Title: Re: Southern Hydro (Big Mike and Six2)
Post by: Chad Vader on January 14, 2008, 02:59:27 PM
I jacked this from;
nice lil review i found of the d.o.c
http://www.dubcnn.com/connect/index.php?topic=49243.0
The D.O.C. :: Deuce :: Silverback Records
as reviewed by Steve 'Flash' Juon
The story of D.O.C. is the story of how the music industry will take a man, pimp him for everything it can, and then kick him to the curb when there's nothing left to make money on. In his teenage years, Tracy Curry started out his career as part of the Fila Fresh Crew in Dallas. By chance a visiting DJ named Andre Young was at one of their local shows, and recognized in him a talent for lyric writing and flow. The rest is history - Dre brought him back to Cali, and he ended up ghostwriting raps for N.W.A. members Dre and Eazy-E. Despite being constantly ganked by E for his publishing and royalties, D.O.C. stayed loyal to his close friend Young and eventually got his time to shine on "No One Can Do it Better." It was magic on wax - Young on the beats, Curry on the raps, simultaneously putting Compton and Dallas on the map. D.O.C. was hard without being cartoonishly gangster, and smooth without being too crossover - yet his album was quickly certified gold and went down in hip-hop history as an undisputed classic. This classic quickly became tragic when the D.O.C.'s vocal chords were severed in a car crash on 11/11/89, an accident that nearly claimed the young star's life as well.

Now let's give the doctors and the surgeons credit - not only did they save his life, but they put his vocal chords back together so he would be able to speak again. Unfortunately, speaking and rapping aren't the same thing. In his first career, D.O.C. had a mid-octave distinctive voice; you might have called it a cross between DJ Quik and Devin the Dude. In his second career, D.O.C. was left with a raspy voice that relegated him to guest appearances on album skits like N.W.A.'s "Don't Drink That Wine" and Dr. Dre's "The $20 Sack Pyramid." Already pushed to the background once by the greed of Ruthless Records, Curry was once again in the uncomfortable position of penning hits for other people. Cruel fate took down a budding rap star just as he was about to shine.

D.O.C. already attempted one comeback - the 1996 album "Helter Skelter" released on Giant Records. Despite a lot of speculation that he had miraculously recovered his voice or had an additional surgery done to restore his speaking power, fans were dissapointed to discover he was still the raspy wino from N.W.A. skits. The songwriting ability never left Curry, but it was clearly a case of the spirit being willing while the flesh was weak. Not surprisingly, the album was a huge flop and little remembered today even by die-hard D.O.C. fans - who were probably stunned and surprised to see him make a SECOND attempt at a comeback with the release of the ironically titled "Deuce."

There's good news and bad news about this album - and the harsh reality is that they're both the same thing - D.O.C. doesn't rap much. In fact, a great deal of this album's vocals are performed by 6Two, who gained fame as the pimpish rapper on Dr. Dre's "Xxplosive" from the Chronic 2001. He's got a lot more Southern in his drawl than D.O.C. had in his heyday, which works to his advantage in giving him a sound that turns heads and makes people take notice. Right away on "Big Dick Shit" featuring Nate Dogg it's clear that the rapper is the star of this album:

"See me movin in slow mo', cause I don't dance
I ain't tellin you hoes no mo', let go my pants
I'm just tryin to let you know the reason I came
I'm just really tryin to lace you up on game
We party 'til we cain't no more in this do-main
It's yo' world playgurl, so just do yo' thang
Can't nobody tell you who to sock it to
Shit, I don't see nobody in here stoppin you
They like it when I do that - tell 'em to strip
I won't even speak on what they do with they lips
DAMN, you look good the way you movin yo' hips
Let yo' backbone slip gurl, don't even trip
Look at this nigga showboat -- it's what haters be sayin
I'm a macadamia nut, they think I be playin
I see me and you ain't on the same page
Hey lil' momma, later meet me backstage"

The one time 6Two really gets upstaged on this album is on an N.W.A. reunion cut simply titled "The Shit." Jazze Pha sets 'em up while Ice Cube, MC Ren plus guests 6Two and Snoop Dogg knock 'em down - but it's Ren that steals the show:

"Ren makin niggaz run and duck, hands on my balls
with The D.O.C. not givin a fuck, we bad luck
Here dick to suck - yo' hoe can taste it
with The Villain DNA when she ready to chase it
I'm on another level than y'all
Niggaz dressed up like they Pope John Paul
It's that new motherfuckin +Formula+ y'all, fuck the dress code
Nigga come and smash the walls, posted up
Hoes choked up, dig too bick
Bout to tear they throat up - Ren give a FUCK
You askin to get cut, Comp-town started this shit
So nigga what? We all fucked up!"

Otherwise, 6Two basically dominates the album - making the "Deuce" title much more appropriate, even though calling this a D.O.C. album as such is simply not true. He produces several tracks, lends writing duties (no surprise there) to a lot of the songs, but is limited to doing cameos and skits on what is ostensibly his own album. Still, you're not going to complain when listening to tracks like the 6Two and U.P-T.I.G.H.T. duet "What Would You Do?," the humerous "Gorilla Pympin'," the Dr. Dre produced "Judgment Day" and Erotic's smooth tracks on "Ghetto Blues" and "All in the Family" - the latter featuring newcomers El Dorado and N'Dambi. The most D.O.C.-esque track on the whole album is probably Jabourn and D.O.C.'s co-produced "1-2-3 (Critical Condition)," on which U.P.-T.I.G.H.T. spits a hyperactive furious flow that will make rap heads nostalgic for old school classics like "It's Funky Enough" and "Grand Finale."

"Deuce" is in effect the announcement of budding Southern rap star 6Two, a "Mentally Disturbed" rapper who flows equally well over funk beats from Dr. Dre and Jazze Pha. In fact, when you file this album away in your rap collection, you should list it under "6" instead of "D." This sleight of hand is at first insulting to the listener, but just as quickly forgotten when listening to an album full of strong songs like the Organized Noize produced "DFW" featuring all of the album's aforementioned stars and a guest appearance from Baby of the Big Tymers. The production is solid throughout, the rappers appearing in lieu of D.O.C. all shine, and ultimately this is more of a compilation album than a D.O.C. solo album. I ain't complaining, just make sure that 6Two gets pushed to the next level when this album gets everyone open to his flow.

Music Vibes: 7.5 of 10 Lyric Vibes: 7.5 of 10 TOTAL Vibes: 7.5 of 10

Originally posted: February 25, 2003
source: www.RapReviews.com



^^^^Prop Stilldre for this on  ;)^^^^
Title: Re: Southern Hydro (Big Mike and Six2)
Post by: Chad Vader on February 05, 2008, 10:14:30 AM
This has somehow become a D.O.C thread too,so thatīs why Iīll post some D.O.C shit in here too.

220 The D.O.C; Helter Skelter review in The Source February 1996 NO.77
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so the helter skelter review wasn't that negative after all  :laugh:
i expected the writer to heavily criticise the D.O.C. for rapping with the "different" voice.

Letīs throw in Rap Pages review while weīre at it  ;)

293 The D.O.C; Helter Skelter review in Rap Pages December 1995
(http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2136/2244677006_7deae0db2f_b.jpg)


4 out of 10  >:( ^^^^^
Title: Re: Southern Hydro (Big Mike and Six2)
Post by: Dre-Day on February 05, 2008, 02:21:02 PM
so the helter skelter review wasn't that negative after all  :laugh:
i expected the writer to heavily criticise the D.O.C. for rapping with the "different" voice.
Title: Re: Southern Hydro (Big Mike and Six2)
Post by: Dre-Day on February 06, 2008, 04:10:00 AM
so the helter skelter review wasn't that negative after all  :laugh:
i expected the writer to heavily criticise the D.O.C. for rapping with the "different" voice.

Letīs throw in Rap Pages review while weīre at it  ;)

293 The D.O.C; Helter Skelter review in Rap Pages December 1995
4 out of 10  >:( ^^^^^
>:( what a hater.

personally i'd rate this album 3.5 out of 5; at least the source gave this album a chance.
and i thought that the return of da livin' dead was a nice introduction to the album, so the sample didn't really bother me, although the remix is much better imo.

Title: Re: Southern Hydro (Big Mike and Six2)
Post by: Chad Vader on February 06, 2008, 04:23:15 AM
so the helter skelter review wasn't that negative after all  :laugh:
i expected the writer to heavily criticise the D.O.C. for rapping with the "different" voice.

Letīs throw in Rap Pages review while weīre at it  ;)

293 The D.O.C; Helter Skelter review in Rap Pages December 1995
4 out of 10  >:( ^^^^^
>:( what a hater.

personally i'd rate this album 3.5 out of 5; at least the source gave this album a chance.
and i thought that the return of da livin' dead was a nice introduction to the album,
so the sample didn't really bother me,
although the remix is much better imo.


I actually love the album and could almost consider it a personal classic,
but the weak tracks drags it down  :P.
As you said at least The Source gave it a chance and even left "us" with the final call.
Title: Re: Southern Hydro (Big Mike and Six2)
Post by: puddahmaan on February 06, 2008, 05:08:27 AM
For me that album is a straight classic...I love D.O.C.'s fucked up voice...and the production by Erotic D was super tight + the guest features were incredible.
Title: Re: Southern Hydro (Big Mike and Six2)
Post by: Dre-Day on February 06, 2008, 05:11:54 AM
so the helter skelter review wasn't that negative after all  :laugh:
i expected the writer to heavily criticise the D.O.C. for rapping with the "different" voice.

Letīs throw in Rap Pages review while weīre at it  ;)

293 The D.O.C; Helter Skelter review in Rap Pages December 1995
4 out of 10  >:( ^^^^^
>:( what a hater.

personally i'd rate this album 3.5 out of 5; at least the source gave this album a chance.
and i thought that the return of da livin' dead was a nice introduction to the album,
so the sample didn't really bother me,
although the remix is much better imo.


I actually love the album and could almost consider it a personal classic,
but the weak tracks drags it down  :P.

yeah i see your point; otherwise i would have rated it 4/5 i guess  :laugh:
Title: Re: Southern Hydro (Big Mike and Six2)
Post by: Dre-Day on February 07, 2008, 02:52:30 AM
so the helter skelter review wasn't that negative after all  :laugh:
i expected the writer to heavily criticise the D.O.C. for rapping with the "different" voice.

Letīs throw in Rap Pages review while weīre at it  ;)

293 The D.O.C; Helter Skelter review in Rap Pages December 1995
4 out of 10  >:( ^^^^^
>:( what a hater.

personally i'd rate this album 3.5 out of 5; at least the source gave this album a chance.
and i thought that the return of da livin' dead was a nice introduction to the album,
so the sample didn't really bother me,
although the remix is much better imo.


I actually love the album and could almost consider it a personal classic,
but the weak tracks drags it down  :P.
As you said at least The Source gave it a chance and even left "us" with the final call.

i'm starting to like it a bit more, right now i think i would rate it 3.75/5. 45 automatic and da hereafter have really grown on me ( i always liked the special effects though )
i hope Killa instinct will grow on me as well.

by the way, i'd like to know which tracks you don't like  ;)
Title: Re: Southern Hydro (Big Mike and Six2)
Post by: Chad Vader on February 07, 2008, 05:10:40 AM
Chadīs  PERSONAL breakdown of  The D.O.C Helter Skelter;

-Intro;
Lyrics; 10
Beat; 10
Dope,like how itīs put together.
-Return Of The Living Dead
Lyrics; 10
Beat; 6
Donīt fit the voice and lyrics like the Remix,which leads me to believe that this is actually the ”real remix”,
the remix how ever is DOPE as fuck.
-From Ruthless 2 Death Row
Lyrics; 10
Beat; 10
Simply love it,the beat suits the story and the end when Erotic D scratch in all the classic D.O.C lines....
ohhhh shit.... that shit is crazy dope.
-Secret Plan
Lyrics; 8
Beat; 8
Some real dark shit reminds me of the ”sound” that RBX used on ”The RBX files”
-Komurshell;
Lyrics; 10
Beat; 10
WTF; this shit is hilarious.
Seems like D.O.C was the mastermind behind those hilarious NWA skits.
-4 My Dogz;
Lyrics; 10
Beat; 10
Another tigth story rap
-45 automatic
Lyrics; 10
Beat; 10
Ohhhh shit,the beat is FIRE,some serial killer shit.
The MC comes correct too.
Simply LOVE it.....
Sonzo OīLight;
Lyrics; 8
Beat; 8
Some dark shit again,but there seems to be a miss match somehow.
Bitchez;
Lyrics; 10
Beat; 10
Some sad shit,love it....
-Interlude
Lyrics; 10
Beat; 6
Thatīs a crazy ass beat,but he drops some knowledge.
THINK IT AIN`T ILLEGAL YET! THINK IT AIN`T ILLEGAL YET!
-Da Hereafter;
Lyrics; 10
Beat; 10
The only thing wrong with this track is the mix,I canīt barely hear the lyrics.
-Exotix Shit;
Lyrics; 7
Beat; 7
Some cypher shit,hmmm not the best trac kon the album but MC Breed saves it.
-Welcome To The New World;
Lyrics; 10
Beat; 10
But Erotic D should left those add lips at home.
-Killa Instinct;
Lyrics; 10
Beat; 10
Damn Iīve slept on this track,is that Dre heīs talking to at the begining?
Thatīs what fucking with the white g*rl do to you,if you do too much that is.  :P ;)
But Iīm in a little conflict with this track...
-Komurshell;
Lyrics; 6
Beat; 6
Average,and Erotic D sounds like Dre on the mic.
-Brand New Formula;
Lyrics; 0
Beat; 0
No,NO you canīt re-create this classic.
-Outro;
Lyrics; 10
Beat; 10
Like how put all the titles together to make sense out of it.
-Crazy Bitches;
Lyrics; 5
Beat; 5
Donīt feel it...

320/360 points that should equal something like 4.5 right?
But still it feels like a 4  :P :laugh:......
and got to add that a more objective rating would be more like 3.5.  ;)


Title: Re: Southern Hydro (Big Mike and Six2)
Post by: Dre-Day on February 07, 2008, 10:49:17 AM
Chadīs  PERSONAL breakdown of  The D.O.C Helter Skelter;

-Intro;
Lyrics; 10
Beat; 10
Dope,like how itīs put together.
exactly! a great way to introduce the album and the new voice

Quote
-Return Of The Living Dead
Lyrics; 10
Beat; 6
Donīt fit the voice and lyrics like the Remix,which leads me to believe that this is actually the ”real remix”,
the remix how ever is DOPE as fuck.
at first i thought the beat was a bit cheap( even though they added effects), they should have switched the tracks, since the official remix is so much better like you said
the lyrics are good indeed.

Quote
-From Ruthless 2 Death Row
Lyrics; 10
Beat; 10
Simply love it,the beat suits the story and the end when Erotic D scratch in all the classic D.O.C lines....
ohhhh shit.... that shit is crazy dope.
it's a sad track, but the beat matches the lyrics perfectly; great storytelling by the D.O.C.
and the voice samples are a good indeed, it really gives you that what if feeling  ;)

Quote
-Secret Plan
Lyrics; 8
Beat; 8
Some real dark shit reminds me of the ”sound” that RBX used on ”The RBX files”
yeah real dope indeed, with the sample and all.

Quote
-Komurshell;
Lyrics; 10
Beat; 10
WTF; this shit is hilarious.
Seems like D.O.C was the mastermind behind those hilarious NWA skits.
yeah i guess you're right  ;) skit is funny

Quote
-4 My Dogz;
Lyrics; 10
Beat; 10
Another tigth story rap
not really liking the beat as much as you do, but it certainly isn't bad.
for the rest i agree.

Quote
-45 automatic
Lyrics; 10
Beat; 10
Ohhhh shit,the beat is FIRE,some serial killer shit.
The MC comes correct too.
Simply LOVE it.....
again, not loving the beat as much as you do, but i like the different elements though.
the lyrics are good, and i like the flow of the female mc; her style is similar to the Lady of Rage

Quote
Sonzo OīLight;
Lyrics; 8
Beat; 8
Some dark shit again,but there seems to be a miss match somehow.
yep, i like that dark shit too  8) but what do you mean?
anyway, i like how the beat changes halfway; it really makes it even more dramatic  :laugh:

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Bitchez;
Lyrics; 10
Beat; 10
Some sad shit,love it....
i don't like the beat, but it fits the concept of the song well i guess.
the song is basically the D.O.C.'s parody of bitches ain't shit--> he talks about dre

Quote
-Interlude
Lyrics; 10
Beat; 6
Thatīs a crazy ass beat,but he drops some knowledge.
THINK IT AIN`T ILLEGAL YET! THINK IT AIN`T ILLEGAL YET!

:laugh: for some reason i never really listened to this track, probably thought it was just a short skit. the beat is alright.

Quote
-Da Hereafter;
Lyrics; 10
Beat; 10
The only thing wrong with this track is the mix,I canīt barely hear the lyrics.
and again i don't like the beat as much as you do, but i like all the elements.
for the rest i pretty much agree.

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-Exotix Shit;
Lyrics; 7
Beat; 7
Some cypher shit,hmmm not the best trac kon the album but MC Breed saves it.
i don't really like this track

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-Welcome To The New World;
Lyrics; 10
Beat; 10
But Erotic D should left those add lips at home.
it's a shame that it was such a short track and i agree that Erotic D shouldn't have said anything  :laugh:

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-Killa Instinct;
Lyrics; 10
Beat; 10
Damn Iīve slept on this track,is that Dre heīs talking to at the begining?
Thatīs what fucking with the white g*rl do to you,if you do too much that is.  :P ;)
But Iīm in a little conflict with this track...
i don't know about the beat, there is something wrong with it, but i don't know how to decribe it  :laugh:
the lyrics are good though.
and i'm not sure if that's dre; it could be Erotic-D too

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-Komurshell;
Lyrics; 6
Beat; 6
Average,and Erotic D sounds like Dre on the mic.
it's decent at best i guess

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-Brand New Formula;
Lyrics; 0
Beat; 0
No,NO you canīt re-create this classic.
like return of da livin dead, it wasn't very smart to recycle.

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-Outro;
Lyrics; 10
Beat; 10
Like how put all the titles together to make sense out of it.
yeah that was nice. he's also talking about possible future plans, was he serious, he was talking about beyond 2000. it wasn't detailed offcourse.

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-Crazy Bitches;
Lyrics; 5
Beat; 5
Donīt feel it...
the lyrics have some similarities with the bitchez track; but the D.O.C. doesn't sound good on this, it's almost unlistenable. while he tried to use his old flow on other tracks as well, this is the only track where it's on an unacceptable level for me.
the beat is average indeed.

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320/360 points that should equal something like 4.5 right?
But still it feels like a 4  :P :laugh:......
and got to add that a more objective rating would be more like 3.5.  ;)

well my rating ( 3.75) is a little lower, but that's just a matter of opinion offcourse  ;)
if return of da livin' dead was switched with the official remix, crazy bitchez removed and the remix of "from ruthless to death row" was added as a bonus i might have rated it 4/5.

like you i heavily disagree with rap pages and the people who think that this album was a wasted effort.  stop acting like the D.O.C. lost his voice; it just sounds different. i understand that some people don't like the different style, but i just hate the exaggerations.
sure, Dr.Dre wasn't around, and trying to rap using the old flow was a bad idea, but overall Erotic D did a nice job with the production and the D.O.C's lyrics are great on this album imo; great concept album.

if dre was the executive producer for this album, and mixed the whole album i may have rated it even higher.

damn, i'm really looking forward to Voice Threw Hot Vessels; dre is going to be executive producing that album right?
it should be really interesting; the D.O.C. has also been working on his flow, as you can hear on Deuce so we'll see  ;)


Title: Re: Southern Hydro (Big Mike and Six2)
Post by: Dre-Day on February 08, 2008, 02:19:21 AM
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WHAAAAAT?  laugh laugh The beat is absolutely FIRE!!!  laugh laugh
Passion is dope,I got some more features by her,she has apperntly released a couple of solo albums.
(according to a dubCC member in one of Phsycho Hustlas threads  Wink,but yet to check this myself)
well i'm not saying it's decent at best, but i just disagree with a 10 rating  ;) but i can see why you like it. it really has a lot of potential, it's just one element that takes away a bit of it's shine. i don't know how to decribe it, it's a loop and it's sounds a bit like a bee or a mosquito (sorry for the vague description, hopefully you know what i mean though )

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^^^^not even sure myself,maybe the vocals and the beat... something is not right,canīt really point my finger on it.
ok. i actually thought the D.O.C.'s flow was good on this, since the tempo on the beat was perfect for his voice. i like the chorus  :laugh:
this is my favorite track off of helter skelter  8)
edit: although i'm not sure, i really like secret plan too  8)

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^^^^got to listen to that again.... remember he was fucking with the wh*te g*rl heavy at the time  Undecided,
so he said and did things out of characther at times.
you don't mean that literally right, you're talking about drugs ?

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^^^^Well I know as much as you.^^^^
We just got to wait and see...  Wink
you know, just like detox i'm really looking forward to it.

Deuce was a compilation, and i want another D.O.C. soloalbum  >:(  :laugh: :laugh: the result could be a bit disappointing offcourse, but it seems like he has the tools that he missed when making helter skelter


Title: Re: Southern Hydro (Big Mike and Six2)
Post by: D~Nice on February 08, 2008, 06:59:08 PM
Yeah I enjoyed Helter Skelter as well. The lyrical content was there and the beats were knockin. The whole voice thing yeah it may turn most off to his music, but like Dre said earlier, I thought on alot of tracks that Erotic D especially did a good job of matching his vocals well with the beats. If I was put on the spot and had to rank it, I would give it a 4 out of 5.
Title: Re: Southern Hydro (Big Mike and Six2)
Post by: Dre-Day on February 09, 2008, 01:10:40 AM
Yeah I enjoyed Helter Skelter as well. The lyrical content was there and the beats were knockin. The whole voice thing yeah it may turn most off to his music, but like Dre-Day said earlier, I thought on alot of tracks that Erotic D especially did a good job of matching his vocals well with the beats. If I was put on the spot and had to rank it, I would give it a 4 out of 5.

yeah, it's just a shame that the D.O.C. did some attempts to adapt the old flow  ;)

thanks for doing a little review  ;)
Title: Re: Southern Hydro (Big Mike and Six2)
Post by: Dre-Day on February 09, 2008, 01:26:33 AM
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he was fucking with the wh*te g*rl heavy at the time so he said and did things out of characther at times.

you don't mean that literally right, you're talking about drugs ?

white girl
http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=white+girl

lol ok, didn't know that  :laugh:
Title: Re: Southern Hydro (Big Mike and Six2)
Post by: D~Nice on February 09, 2008, 10:20:39 AM
Yeah I enjoyed Helter Skelter as well. The lyrical content was there and the beats were knockin. The whole voice thing yeah it may turn most off to his music, but like Dre-Day said earlier, I thought on alot of tracks that Erotic D especially did a good job of matching his vocals well with the beats. If I was put on the spot and had to rank it, I would give it a 4 out of 5.

yeah, it's just a shame that the D.O.C. did some attempts to adapt the old flow  ;)

thanks for doing a little review  ;)

No problem. I just hate that alot of people never gave that album a chance due to the fact that his voice changed. That still does not mean that the man does not have alot to say and did he ever on Helter Skelter. My boy was a hardcore D.O.C. fan and would not even pop HS in the deck to check it out because of his voice. I remember Dr. Dre saying in a interview he advised DOC not to drop the album because it will go double aluminum because of his voice. Slept on album.
Title: Re: Southern Hydro (Big Mike and Six2)
Post by: Dre-Day on February 09, 2008, 12:26:17 PM
Yeah I enjoyed Helter Skelter as well. The lyrical content was there and the beats were knockin. The whole voice thing yeah it may turn most off to his music, but like Dre-Day said earlier, I thought on alot of tracks that Erotic D especially did a good job of matching his vocals well with the beats. If I was put on the spot and had to rank it, I would give it a 4 out of 5.

yeah, it's just a shame that the D.O.C. did some attempts to adapt the old flow  ;)

thanks for doing a little review  ;)

No problem. I just hate that alot of people never gave that album a chance due to the fact that his voice changed. That still does not mean that the man does not have alot to say and did he ever on Helter Skelter. My boy was a hardcore D.O.C. fan and would not even pop HS in the deck to check it out because of his voice. I remember Dr. Dre saying in a interview he advised DOC not to drop the album because it will go double aluminum because of his voice. Slept on album.
totally agree with you.

and i can see why dre was criticising helter skelter, but i find it interesting how the D.O.C. is discrediting that album ( even though i know it's not a classic)
just check this:

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ThaFormula.com - After the first Chronic dropped, did you see things starting to come to an end or not?

D.O.C. - Oh sure I did.  See the shit that they were doing was unnecessary and sooner or later that shit is gonna catch up.  The drug shit had started to get kind of old.  In '94, I asked Dre what's up with me rappin'. I had written a song and he said you should let me put that on this next record and it really pissed me off because nobody was really givin' a fuck about me.  I told him what about me muthafucka, I wanna rap to.  I wanted to do something, but they had regulated me to comic relief.  I'm a damn fool anyway.  I'm a natural comedian so that's what I had been regulated to.  I was the comic relief on the album. 

ThaFormula.com - So Dre said no about you rappin then?

D.O.C. - He didn't think that you could make a good record with this voice.  So that's when I left out of there.  See me and Dre is like a big brother, little brother thing and when the big brother piss his little brother off, then his little brother is gonna number one, take his shit and run with it, which I did.  "Heltah Skeltah" was really a Dr. Dre record that he was starting to plan on working on that I had actually already started writing lyrics for, and one of the songs that he was trying to takeaway from me was a song that he wanted to put on "Heltah Skeltah."  So I was like "fuck this shit," went to Atlanta and recorded the album.

ThaFormula.com - When you look back at that album now, what are your thoughts on it?

D.O.C. - I think that the album was as far as hip-hop records are concerned not a great record.  There is merit to the record because of who it is and because of the shit the dude done went through trying to get his shit done, but I didn't go buy it.  I'll put it to you like that and if I wouldn't go buy it then it ain't really happening.

ThaFormula.com - Do you think it was a mistake when you look back at it now?

D.O.C. - Hell nah, I needed money.  I had no money.

ThaFormula.com - So did the album end up doing alright?

D.O.C. - I think it ended up selling 290,000 copies.  I had some real strong D.O.C. fans out there that I hated to bug and jack them out of their 16 dollars like that.
http://www.thaformula.com/doc_ruthless_to_death_row_thaformula_music.html
Title: Re: Southern Hydro (Big Mike and Six2)
Post by: D~Nice on February 09, 2008, 08:47:36 PM
Yeah I enjoyed Helter Skelter as well. The lyrical content was there and the beats were knockin. The whole voice thing yeah it may turn most off to his music, but like Dre-Day said earlier, I thought on alot of tracks that Erotic D especially did a good job of matching his vocals well with the beats. If I was put on the spot and had to rank it, I would give it a 4 out of 5.

yeah, it's just a shame that the D.O.C. did some attempts to adapt the old flow  ;)

thanks for doing a little review  ;)

No problem. I just hate that alot of people never gave that album a chance due to the fact that his voice changed. That still does not mean that the man does not have alot to say and did he ever on Helter Skelter. My boy was a hardcore D.O.C. fan and would not even pop HS in the deck to check it out because of his voice. I remember Dr. Dre saying in a interview he advised DOC not to drop the album because it will go double aluminum because of his voice. Slept on album.
totally agree with you.

and i can see why dre was criticising helter skelter, but i find it interesting how the D.O.C. is discrediting that album ( even though i know it's not a classic)
just check this:

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ThaFormula.com - After the first Chronic dropped, did you see things starting to come to an end or not?

D.O.C. - Oh sure I did.  See the shit that they were doing was unnecessary and sooner or later that shit is gonna catch up.  The drug shit had started to get kind of old.  In '94, I asked Dre what's up with me rappin'. I had written a song and he said you should let me put that on this next record and it really pissed me off because nobody was really givin' a fuck about me.  I told him what about me muthafucka, I wanna rap to.  I wanted to do something, but they had regulated me to comic relief.  I'm a damn fool anyway.  I'm a natural comedian so that's what I had been regulated to.  I was the comic relief on the album. 

ThaFormula.com - So Dre said no about you rappin then?

D.O.C. - He didn't think that you could make a good record with this voice.  So that's when I left out of there.  See me and Dre is like a big brother, little brother thing and when the big brother piss his little brother off, then his little brother is gonna number one, take his shit and run with it, which I did.  "Heltah Skeltah" was really a Dr. Dre record that he was starting to plan on working on that I had actually already started writing lyrics for, and one of the songs that he was trying to takeaway from me was a song that he wanted to put on "Heltah Skeltah."  So I was like "fuck this shit," went to Atlanta and recorded the album.

ThaFormula.com - When you look back at that album now, what are your thoughts on it?

D.O.C. - I think that the album was as far as hip-hop records are concerned not a great record.  There is merit to the record because of who it is and because of the shit the dude done went through trying to get his shit done, but I didn't go buy it.  I'll put it to you like that and if I wouldn't go buy it then it ain't really happening.

ThaFormula.com - Do you think it was a mistake when you look back at it now?

D.O.C. - Hell nah, I needed money.  I had no money.

ThaFormula.com - So did the album end up doing alright?

D.O.C. - I think it ended up selling 290,000 copies.  I had some real strong D.O.C. fans out there that I hated to bug and jack them out of their 16 dollars like that.
http://www.thaformula.com/doc_ruthless_to_death_row_thaformula_music.html

Interesting. I thought it was well put together and lyrically it was on point.
Title: Re: Southern Hydro (Big Mike and Six2)
Post by: Dre-Day on February 10, 2008, 11:53:13 AM
^^^^^
all artists,well most is like that especially if the album didnīt perform well.
One cat in particular,Erick Sermon never managed to do any numbers by himself,
so when he was promoting the album he was about to drop (at the time) he always said some shit about his previous efforts.  :laugh:

i see. but you probably agree with me that the D.O.C. was a bit too critical on himself, even though i think he was right about some of the flaws of helter skelter.
 :laugh:

i mean, he is not as positive about deuce, as he was before, but he's still more positive about Deuce than helter skelter, to give an example  ;)
Title: Re: Southern Hydro (Big Mike and Six2)
Post by: Dre-Day on February 14, 2008, 08:59:57 AM
as requested: Six 2 & Big Mike - Down home

http://www.zshare.net/audio/75798669d48fa3/
Title: Re: Southern Hydro (Big Mike and Six2)
Post by: HEC on February 18, 2008, 11:55:22 AM
The voice change is a bit too much for me as well simply because we are not talking about an average rapper here, the DOC was one fo the greats when it came to his voice, flow and lyricism he had the whole package as an MC not to mention Dre in his corner. With the voice change it works on some tracks but a whole album of it doesn't really engage me. I am listening to it and his lyricism is still on a high level and the production surprisingly is good as well. I would say 3-3.5/5 right now but I am giving it a few more spins
Title: Re: Southern Hydro (Big Mike and Six2)
Post by: Dre-Day on February 18, 2008, 11:58:49 AM
The voice change is a bit too much for me as well simply because we are not talking about an average rapper here, the DOC was one fo the greats when it came to his voice, flow and lyricism he had the whole package as an MC not to mention Dre in his corner. With the voice change it works on some tracks but a whole album of it doesn't really engage me. I am listening to it and his lyricism is still on a high level and the production surprisingly is good as well. I would say 3-3.5/5 right now but I am giving it a few more spins

exactly. we weren't saying that everybody should love the "new" voice, but some people immediately judge, without really checking out the album.

so thanks for giving this a chance.
Title: Re: Southern Hydro (Big Mike and Six2)
Post by: HEC on February 18, 2008, 12:02:00 PM
The voice change is a bit too much for me as well simply because we are not talking about an average rapper here, the DOC was one fo the greats when it came to his voice, flow and lyricism he had the whole package as an MC not to mention Dre in his corner. With the voice change it works on some tracks but a whole album of it doesn't really engage me. I am listening to it and his lyricism is still on a high level and the production surprisingly is good as well. I would say 3-3.5/5 right now but I am giving it a few more spins

exactly. we weren't saying that everybody should love the "new" voice, but some people immediately judge, without really checking out the album.

so thanks for giving this a chance.

yeah I remember purchasing the album in '96 and until recently haven't listened to it all that much since that time, but I am gaining a new respect for it definitely
Title: Re: Southern Hydro (Big Mike and Six2)
Post by: Dre-Day on February 19, 2008, 06:26:30 AM

-Killa Instinct;
Lyrics; 10
Beat; 10
Damn Iīve slept on this track,is that Dre heīs talking to at the begining?
the credits say that the phone conversation is written by Erotic D and Triple L.

so i guess the voice is just quite similar  :laugh:

Title: Re: Southern Hydro (Big Mike and Six2)
Post by: Dre-Day on February 19, 2008, 09:54:43 AM

-Killa Instinct;
Lyrics; 10
Beat; 10
Damn Iīve slept on this track,is that Dre heīs talking to at the begining?
the credits say that the phone conversation is written by Erotic D and Triple L.
so i guess the voice is just quite similar  :laugh:

His production sounds like Dre,he both raps and sounds like Dre,damn did D.O.C hit jackpot finding him  :laugh: :laugh:

 :laugh:
but remember, the D.O.C. stole some skeleton beats from dre
Title: Re: Southern Hydro (Big Mike and Six2)
Post by: HEC on February 24, 2008, 08:26:42 AM
ok guys here is my breakdown

1 - Intro - dope 4/5
2 - REturn  Of The Living Dead - love this beat and DOC is flowing. my second favorite track on the album 5/5
3 - From Ruthless 2 Death Row - this is classic right here, Erotic D on point as he is most of the album and loving the storytelling on this, it might be my favorite track from this album 5/5
4 - Secret Plan - love the dark beat, good track 4/5
5-  Komurshell - funny skit, love the creative spelling on the title
6 - 4 my My Doggz - nice track, not too crazy about it but.. 3.5/5
7 - 45 automatic - now were talking, I love these type of tracks, Erotic D is killing it on the boards 5/5
8 - Sonzo OīLight - back to back bangers this ablum is starting to heat up 5/5
9 - Bitchez - this track is ok like Dre-Day mentioned kind of reminded me of Bitchez ain't Shit as well 3.5/5
10 - Interlude - nice beat
11 - Hereafter - this is where DOC's voice is a downside, I agree the mixing is not good on this and not an enjoyable song ffor me 2/5
12 - Erotix Shit - back to back subpar tracks, alittle better than Hereafter because ot the underrated Breed 2.5/5
13 - Welcome to the New World - wish this was a bit longer, sinister beat, didn't know Erotic D was a mixtape DJ with those adlibs but I can't fault him he did a great job on the album 4/5
14 - Killa Instinc - just not feeling this beat here, average track 3/5
15 - Komurshell - more funny shit LOL
16 - Brand New Formula -  :-[ 1/5
17 - Outro - decent
Crazy Bitchez - not feeling this too much 2/5

well to sum it up I really haven't listened to this album since 1996 until recently, and it is an enjoyable album once I got past the DOC's voice which was not a probelm for me only on a couple of tracks. The flow and lyrics are there and Erotic D did a very underrated job on the boards. Album started out on fire but lost a lot of steam towards the second half for me. Overall I probably would give this around a 3.5/5 maybe even a 3.75/5 depending on my mood. But its cool to go back in time and listen to an album that you really never appreciated before and give it a second chance, props to both Chad and Dre-Day for this experience

Title: Re: Southern Hydro (Big Mike and Six2)
Post by: Dre-Day on February 24, 2008, 11:30:23 AM
ok guys here is my breakdown

1 - Intro - dope 4/5
2 - REturn  Of The Living Dead - love this beat and DOC is flowing. my second favorite track on the album 5/5
3 - From Ruthless 2 Death Row - this is classic right here, Erotic D on point as he is most of the album and loving the storytelling on this, it might be my favorite track from this album 5/5
4 - Secret Plan - love the dark beat, good track 4/5
5-  Komurshell - funny skit, love the creative spelling on the title
6 - 4 my My Doggz - nice track, not too crazy about it but.. 3.5/5
7 - 45 automatic - now were talking, I love these type of tracks, Erotic D is killing it on the boards 5/5
8 - Sonzo OīLight - back to back bangers this ablum is starting to heat up 5/5
9 - Bitchez - this track is ok like Dre-Day mentioned kind of reminded me of Bitchez ain't Shit as well 3.5/5
10 - Interlude - nice beat
11 - Hereafter - this is where DOC's voice is a downside, I agree the mixing is not good on this and not an enjoyable song ffor me 2/5
12 - Erotix Shit - back to back subpar tracks, alittle better than Hereafter because ot the underrated Breed 2.5/5
13 - Welcome to the New World - wish this was a bit longer, sinister beat, didn't know Erotic D was a mixtape DJ with those adlibs but I can't fault him he did a great job on the album 4/5
14 - Killa Instinc - just not feeling this beat here, average track 3/5
15 - Komurshell - more funny shit LOL
16 - Brand New Formula -  :-[ 1/5
17 - Outro - decent
Crazy Bitchez - not feeling this too much 2/5

well to sum it up I really haven't listened to this album since 1996 until recently, and it is an enjoyable album once I got past the DOC's voice which was not a probelm for me only on a couple of tracks. The flow and lyrics are there and Erotic D did a very underrated job on the boards. Album started out on fire but lost a lot of steam towards the second half for me. Overall I probably would give this around a 3.5/5 maybe even a 3.75/5 depending on my mood. But its cool to go back in time and listen to an album that you really never appreciated before and give it a second chance, props to both Chad and Dre-Day for this experience

again, thank you for giving this album another chance  ;) nice review.

aside from a few minor differences in taste, we agree with eachother about the album  :)

well i understand that your first impression was far from positive, but it's really a shame you haven't took the chance to relisten to it until now  ;)
perhaps an idea for other albums that disappointed you before in the beginning  ;) recheck them  :laugh:
Title: Re: Southern Hydro (Big Mike and Six2)
Post by: Dre-Day on February 25, 2008, 02:57:01 AM
WOW,HighEyeCue if like the return of the living dead album version.
I really hope you have heard the remix (which in my opinion sounds like it was the OG version).  :P ;)
It's WAY WAY WAY better.............

(http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/21eQRP1BM1L._AA130_.jpg)
01 Return Of Da Livin' Dead (Remix).mp3
http://www.mediafire.com/?u162bhyjj1l
 :firedevil: :firedevil: :firedevil: :firedevil: :firedevil: :firedevil: :firedevil: :firedevil: :firedevil: :firedevil:


yeah i think it's much better too. the remix of from ruthless to death row is also dope, even though the beat doesn't fit the concept of the song at all  ;)

thanks again for sharing these tracks  8)
Title: Re: Southern Hydro (Big Mike and Six2)
Post by: k1000 on February 25, 2008, 06:40:18 AM
new track : Timbaland + Attitude + 6-Two : I'm A Real Nigga  (http://www.hiphopgame.com/audios/attitudetimbalandsixtworealnigga.ram)
Title: Re: Southern Hydro (Big Mike and Six2)
Post by: HEC on February 25, 2008, 10:49:45 AM
WOW,HighEyeCue if like the return of the living dead album version.
I really hope you have heard the remix (which in my opinion sounds like it was the OG version).  :P ;)
It's WAY WAY WAY better.............

(http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/21eQRP1BM1L._AA130_.jpg)
01 Return Of Da Livin' Dead (Remix).mp3
http://www.mediafire.com/?u162bhyjj1l
 :firedevil: :firedevil: :firedevil: :firedevil: :firedevil: :firedevil: :firedevil: :firedevil: :firedevil: :firedevil:


thanks Chad I appreciate this, I think I am inspired to go back and do some more reviews of albums that came out during the mid to late 90's
Title: Re: Southern Hydro (Big Mike and Six2)
Post by: HEC on February 25, 2008, 11:22:21 AM
WOW,HighEyeCue if like the return of the living dead album version.
I really hope you have heard the remix (which in my opinion sounds like it was the OG version).  :P ;)
It's WAY WAY WAY better.............

(http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/21eQRP1BM1L._AA130_.jpg)
01 Return Of Da Livin' Dead (Remix).mp3
http://www.mediafire.com/?u162bhyjj1l
 :firedevil: :firedevil: :firedevil: :firedevil: :firedevil: :firedevil: :firedevil: :firedevil: :firedevil: :firedevil:


this beat is insane :o I gave the original a 5/5 so this is what a 6/5 WOW :o it's that good, man this is downloaded on my flash drive right now so I can upload to my computer when I get home, this has me thinking about that "Dogg Pound Gangstaz" remix that Dre did for "Dogg Food" another original which to me was a 5/5 and who knows what the remix sounds like
Title: Re: Southern Hydro (Big Mike and Six2)
Post by: Chad Vader on February 25, 2008, 12:26:33 PM
WOW,HighEyeCue if like the return of the living dead album version.
I really hope you have heard the remix (which in my opinion sounds like it was the OG version).  :P ;)
It's WAY WAY WAY better.............

(http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/21eQRP1BM1L._AA130_.jpg)
01 Return Of Da Livin' Dead (Remix).mp3
http://www.mediafire.com/?u162bhyjj1l
 :firedevil: :firedevil: :firedevil: :firedevil: :firedevil: :firedevil: :firedevil: :firedevil: :firedevil: :firedevil:


this beat is insane :o I gave the original a 5/5 so this is what a 6/5 WOW :o it's that good, man this is downloaded on my flash drive right now so I can upload to my computer when I get home, this has me thinking about that "Dogg Pound Gangstaz" remix that Dre did for "Dogg Food" another original which to me was a 5/5 and who knows what the remix sounds like

Yeah,I was shocked to see that you gave the track 5/5..... the beat is average so I gave it;
-Return Of The Living Dead
Lyrics; 10
Beat; 6
Donīt fit the voice and lyrics like the Remix,which leads me to believe that this is actually the ”real remix”,
the remix how ever is DOPE as fuck.

= 3/5..... the "remix" however is  :o :o :o :o 5/5  :o :o :o :o :o :o
Title: Re: Southern Hydro (Big Mike and Six2)
Post by: Dre-Day on February 26, 2008, 12:52:00 AM
Thanx,the beat is a little too much  :-X.... and Timbaland is  :-X on the MIC
The "singing" in the background is dope...... not sure what to think of this.
Anyways props for the hook up Trentman  ;)

 :laugh:

i ain't a timbaland fan either  :D

i didn't expect him to work with Six 2 anyway
Title: Re: Southern Hydro (Big Mike and Six2)
Post by: Dre-Day on February 26, 2008, 05:34:07 AM
Hmmmmm  :P :P :P :P :P
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6-2 on myspace;
www.myspace.com/thareal6deuce
6Two has since risen from the ashes of victimization and been called upon by the legendary Timbaland.
Timbaland, along with Alabama Rapper Attitude, and 6two aka deuce have finished what seems to be a rap masterpiece.
The album is set to be released very soon and will catapult Sixty 2 back into raps lime light.

After hearing this track I highly doubt it will be a masterpiece  :-\ :-\ :P :P :P :P

 :o i know that Timbaland is a diverse producer, but i don't expect any good from this either  :-\

besides, how is six 2 going to release the album, though Timbalands label ( distributed by Interscope  :-X )?
Title: Re: Southern Hydro (Big Mike and Six2)
Post by: Dre-Day on February 26, 2008, 05:40:42 AM
Hmmmmm  :P :P :P :P :P
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6-2 on myspace;
www.myspace.com/thareal6deuce
6Two has since risen from the ashes of victimization and been called upon by the legendary Timbaland.
Timbaland, along with Alabama Rapper Attitude, and 6two aka deuce have finished what seems to be a rap masterpiece.
The album is set to be released very soon and will catapult Sixty 2 back into raps lime light.

After hearing this track I highly doubt it will be a masterpiece  :-\ :-\ :P :P :P :P

 :o i know that Timbaland is a diverse producer, but i don't expect any good from this either  :-\

Sure he produced a few banger like "Set it off" from The Last Meal and the one on the first Game album.....
He even produced one on 6-2īs last solo album...... but thatīs 3 tracks out of how many?  :P :-\ :-X
Get that corny pop ass out off here  >:( >:(

it might be good for his career, to get some more exposure, but not for the music  ;D
Title: Re: Southern Hydro (Big Mike and Six2)
Post by: Dre-Day on February 26, 2008, 07:39:52 AM
how is six 2 going to release the album, though Timbalands label ( distributed by Interscope  :-X )?

With Timbeland making Ring tone beats like this it should be NO problem  :laugh: :laugh:
I can barely hear 6-2īs voice on all that mess  :P :P :P :P :-X :-X :-X :-\ :-\ :-\ :laugh: :laugh: :laugh:
Then who care about the rapper when it bangs in the club and makes a good ring tone?  :laugh: :laugh:

but really, how is it going to work?

Six-2 is not like the mainstream south artists at all, so Interscope will be having a hard time to market him.

so like you said, it could be a very watered down project, or no released album through interscope at all   ;)
Title: Re: Southern Hydro (Big Mike and Six2)
Post by: Dre-Day on February 26, 2008, 08:54:12 AM
how is six 2 going to release the album, though Timbalands label ( distributed by Interscope  :-X )?

With Timbeland making Ring tone beats like this it should be NO problem  :laugh: :laugh:
I can barely hear 6-2īs voice on all that mess  :P :P :P :P :-X :-X :-X :-\ :-\ :-\ :laugh: :laugh: :laugh:
Then who care about the rapper when it bangs in the club and makes a good ring tone?  :laugh: :laugh:

but really, how is it going to work?
Six-2 is not like the mainstream south artists at all, so Interscope will be having a hard time to market him.
so like you said, it could be a very watered down project, or no released album through interscope at all   ;)

Interscope wont release a 6-2 album in 6-2īs style... forget about it.
It seems like itīs a group project with Additude and Timberland,some Fixxxers shit.
Look no further than the track they have "leaked"..... perfect for Interscope.


 :yikes:  :baseballbat:

oh well, when detox and voice threw hot vessels are out of the way, six 2 may still benefit it from it if he drops another album after that group project
Title: Re: Southern Hydro (Big Mike and Six2)
Post by: D~Nice on March 08, 2008, 10:47:57 AM
ok guys here is my breakdown

1 - Intro - dope 4/5
2 - REturn  Of The Living Dead - love this beat and DOC is flowing. my second favorite track on the album 5/5
3 - From Ruthless 2 Death Row - this is classic right here, Erotic D on point as he is most of the album and loving the storytelling on this, it might be my favorite track from this album 5/5
4 - Secret Plan - love the dark beat, good track 4/5
5-  Komurshell - funny skit, love the creative spelling on the title
6 - 4 my My Doggz - nice track, not too crazy about it but.. 3.5/5
7 - 45 automatic - now were talking, I love these type of tracks, Erotic D is killing it on the boards 5/5
8 - Sonzo OīLight - back to back bangers this ablum is starting to heat up 5/5
9 - Bitchez - this track is ok like Dre-Day mentioned kind of reminded me of Bitchez ain't Shit as well 3.5/5
10 - Interlude - nice beat
11 - Hereafter - this is where DOC's voice is a downside, I agree the mixing is not good on this and not an enjoyable song ffor me 2/5
12 - Erotix Shit - back to back subpar tracks, alittle better than Hereafter because ot the underrated Breed 2.5/5
13 - Welcome to the New World - wish this was a bit longer, sinister beat, didn't know Erotic D was a mixtape DJ with those adlibs but I can't fault him he did a great job on the album 4/5
14 - Killa Instinc - just not feeling this beat here, average track 3/5
15 - Komurshell - more funny shit LOL
16 - Brand New Formula -  :-[ 1/5
17 - Outro - decent
Crazy Bitchez - not feeling this too much 2/5

well to sum it up I really haven't listened to this album since 1996 until recently, and it is an enjoyable album once I got past the DOC's voice which was not a probelm for me only on a couple of tracks. The flow and lyrics are there and Erotic D did a very underrated job on the boards. Album started out on fire but lost a lot of steam towards the second half for me. Overall I probably would give this around a 3.5/5 maybe even a 3.75/5 depending on my mood. But its cool to go back in time and listen to an album that you really never appreciated before and give it a second chance, props to both Chad and Dre-Day for this experience



Nice review
Title: Re: Southern Hydro (Big Mike and Six2)
Post by: dubsmith_nz on April 30, 2008, 07:49:38 PM
Timbalands got some classic beats under his belt, they are a bit poppy, but saying he's only got 3 dope beats :|, thats just being biased homie
Title: Re: Southern Hydro (Big Mike and Six2)
Post by: Chad Vader on May 01, 2008, 04:28:54 AM
I jacked this from;
DETOX BY THIS SUMMER...D.O.C. ALBUM IN THE WORKS... Ask me how I know...
http://www.dubcnn.com/connect/index.php?topic=171709.0
You all know of my O.G. homie that I started King Music Group with (King MC)...
He has a Radio Station... Yesterday he interviewed Raje'... Today, he interviewed The D.O.C.... Yall wanna Hear???
01.03.2008 - THE LEGENDARY D.O.C.
http://www.blogtalkradio.com/oldschoolradio
(http://a739.ac-images.myspacecdn.com/images01/52/l_e6c0fc96290557cb6dd3d9ce223699c2.jpg)





Timbalands got some classic beats under his belt, they are a bit poppy, but saying he's only got 3 dope beats :|,
thats just being biased homie

Well,itīs a matter of taste I guess. (Iīm not a fan of generic pop shit)
At least thatīs what I meant,I can only speak for myself.  ;)
Title: Re: Southern Hydro (Big Mike and Six2)
Post by: DerekNelson on May 01, 2008, 10:53:16 PM
new track : Timbaland + Attitude + 6-Two :
I'm A Real Nigga  (http://www.hiphopgame.com/audios/attitudetimbalandsixtworealnigga.ram)

Trentman hooked up a MP3 of this joint;
Attitude & Six Twoo ft Timbaland - I'm A Real Nigga
http://www.zshare.net/audio/8103852a4bc4e1/
Produced by Timbaland

^^^ Prop Trentman  ;) ^^^^^^^^^
new track : Timbaland + Attitude + 6-Two : I'm A Real Nigga  (http://www.hiphopgame.com/audios/attitudetimbalandsixtworealnigga.ram)

please re-up

And does any1 have the Radio version of The D.O.C. - Beautiful But Deadly?.
Title: Re: Southern Hydro (Big Mike and Six2)
Post by: Dre-Day on May 02, 2008, 04:57:21 AM
I agree with the guy who said that it sounded too scary with DOC's voice.... Nevertheless, it's a good album, but not great because of that reason.

actually that fits the concept of the album perfectly to me ( as you read in this topic, in which i discussed this with a few others)  ; it's just that on some tracks he tried to adapt his old flow and that doesn't work with his voice.


No problem. I just hate that alot of people never gave that album a chance due to the fact that his voice changed. That still does not mean that the man does not have alot to say and did he ever on Helter Skelter. My boy was a hardcore D.O.C. fan and would not even pop HS in the deck to check it out because of his voice. I remember Dr. Dre saying in a interview he advised DOC not to drop the album because it will go double aluminum because of his voice. Slept on album.

after reading the recent interview with dubcnn, it made me think about Dre's arguments again:
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ThaFormula.com - I still remember the day I heard about your accident. I remember hoping it was just a rumor and then I remember sittin' at home and watching your new video for "Mind Blowin" and thinking to myself saying, "I know it's just a rumor." Because in that video you looked good and it didn't look like anything had happened to you. Plus the fact that you made that video after your accident and that it was a remix.

D.O.C.- But that was the tripped out part though, because in the "Mind Blowin" video I was trying to show muthafuckas that that's what happened. In that particular video I was supposed to have had a crash and they had me on a gurney, then my spirit came out and then it went back in and said, "Nah you can kick it." In laymen's terms to me, that's what happened. I was close to death and I made it. So after the accident Jerry Heller, Eazy and them all thought I should keep going. "Whatever you do, don't stop making records." They thought I should make another one. Well I asked Dre what he thought, and he said that if it was him, he wouldn't make another record. He said they think your the king right now and that's how I would go out. I had so much faith in Dre, that when Dre said that then that was it. There was no more rappin' for me. Now I'm gonna use my writing ability to help us be the shit because that's really what I always wanted. It wasn't about no money to me. I just wanted to be the greatest. I wasn't trying to get rich out there with these guys, even though I did. I mean I wanted the fame and the fortune and all that, but I wanted when muthafuckas said my name, I wanted it to be unequivocal that this guy D.O.C. is the greatest. Now I'm a lot more humble and ill be happy with "he may be the greatest of all time." (Laughs)


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Dubcnn: Well, let me ask you this, 'cause I heard the Conspiracy interview you did and you were talking about this album “Voices Through Hot Vessels”, is there anything else you can touch on with that?

There is an album, and you got the title, but that’s also because that’s the title Dre likes. Dre and I decided to do another D.O.C. album after this Detox record. We decided to do one more together and end our story the right way.


Dubcnn: How did that idea come about?

The idea came about when we were in Hawaii recording for his Detox record. We were having breakfast and I asked him what he thought about the idea of me writing 12 songs, and having the people I love and respect the most in this rap business rap the shit for me. He thought the shit was brilliant. So, therein was born the idea, and he named it Vessels Through Hot Voices or some shit. It really doesn’t have a title yet.

the release of Helter Skelter didn't affect the D.O.C.'s status at all, and in this topic we backed up why we thought the album wasn't at bad as some of the critics made it out to be.

so doesn't that prove that Dre's concerns about the D.O.C.'s voice are understandable but not realistic?
Title: Re: Southern Hydro (Big Mike and Six2)
Post by: Chad Vader on May 02, 2008, 06:03:29 AM
the release of Helter Skelter didn't affect the D.O.C.'s status at all,
and in this topic we backed up why we thought the album wasn't at bad as some of the critics made it out to be.

so doesn't that prove that Dre's concerns about the D.O.C.'s voice are understandable but not realistic?

Well,not sure about that.
Let me brng some other shit to the table to put this in perspective.
If you take for example Run DMCīs and BDPīs legacy.
Both their two albums is bonafied Hip Hop classics,
then with their third albums the hardcore Run DMC/BDP fans got dissapointed with their releases Raising Hell/Ghetto Music.
Sure Raising Hell is considered is a overall classic and succsess but hardcore fans of them hated it.  :P
I turned my back on them,and never returned.  :P :P :laugh:
I was a Run DMC fan to the bone,but that corny ass shit was  >:( >:( >:( >:( :P :P :P :-X :-X :-X.
Ghetto Music was not corny or anything,but compared to Criminal Minded and By All Means Necessary it was bonkers  :P.
This damage could not be repaired,although (BDPīs) Edutainment was super dope and one of my favorite albums of 1990....
I never looked at KRS/BDP the same again and sort of left his ass and moved on to other artists.
If these artists hanged up the mic at their peak their legacy would be looked at different.  :P
Sure theyīre still legends and one of the best to ever do it,
but I canīt help to think what their status would be if they ended their career after their 2nd album(s).  ;) (among Hip Hop heads)


Another example closer to today is those fucking Star Wars movies.
The first trioligy is bonafied classics and their legacy is not to be fucked with.
Many things has been said about the new trioligy  :P.
But I think that most can agree that they fucked up the legacy and was a disappointment  :P :-\.

So back to D.O.C  ;),Helter Skelter will for many be a disappointment.
But this album is somewhat forgotten,unlike for example the "new" Star Wars movies that was a commercial success.  :P :-\
So his status as one the best to ever do it is still intact  ;).
But the D.O.C legacy goes further than "No One Can Do It Better",
heīs also known as Dreīs right hand man who worked closely on all those classics.
So as a conclusion,Iīm not really sure  :-X :P ;) :laugh: :laugh: :laugh:
Title: Re: Southern Hydro (Big Mike and Six2)
Post by: Dre-Day on May 02, 2008, 06:15:16 AM
the release of Helter Skelter didn't affect the D.O.C.'s status at all,
and in this topic we backed up why we thought the album wasn't at bad as some of the critics made it out to be.

so doesn't that prove that Dre's concerns about the D.O.C.'s voice are understandable but not realistic?

Well,not sure about that.
Let me bring up some other things to put this in perspective.
If you take for example Run DMCīs and BDPīs legacy.
Both their two albums is bonafied Hip Hop classics,
then with their third albums the hardcore Run DMC/BDP fans got dissapointed with their releases Raising Hell/Ghetto Music.
Sure Raising Hell is considered is a overall classic and succsess but hardcore fans of them hated it.  :P
I turned my back on them,and never turned returned.  :P :P :laugh:
I was a Run DMC fan to the bone,but that corny ass shit was  >:( >:( >:( >:( :P :P :P :-X :-X :-X.
Ghetto Music was not corny or anything,but compared to Criminal Minded and By All Means Necessary it was bonkers  :P.
This damage could not be repaired,although Edutainment was super dope and one of my favorite albums of 1990....
I never looked at KRS/BDP the same again and sort of left his ass and moved on to other artists.
If these artists stopped at their peak their legacy would be looked at different.
Sure theyīre still legends and one of the best to ever do it,
but I canīt help to think what their status would be if they ended their career after their 2nd album(s).  ;) (among Hip Hop heads)


Another example closer to today is those fucking Star Wars movies.
The first trioligy is bonafied classics and their legacy is not to be fucked with.
But then the new trioligy came,many things has been said about the new trioligy  :P.
But I think that most can agree that they fucked up the legacy and was a disapointment  :P :-\.

So back to D.O.C  ;),Helter Skelter will for many be a disapointment.
But this album is somewhat forgotten,unlike for example the "new" Star Wars movies that was a commercial success.  :P :-\
So his status as one the best to ever do it is still intact  ;).
But D.O.C legacy goes further than "No One Can Do It Better",
heīs also known as Dreīs right hand man who worked closely on all those classics.
So as a conclusion,Iīm not really sure  :-X :P ;) :laugh: :laugh: :laugh:

ok well perhaps stating that the release of helter skelter didn't affect the status of the D.O.C. at all would be too hard to defend,

but helter skelter was not a commercial success like you said  ;)
so let's say that the release of helter skelter didn't affect the D.O.C.'s status much  ;)


but would this next D.O.C. album get a lot more sales than Helter Skelter  ??? i don't think so.
it may get a little more exposure due to Dre's involvement and the guest features but this is not an album for the mainstream.

so again, how could a new album with D.O.C. raps on it severely damage his status?
i don't see how Dre's concerns are valid  :-\

i could be wrong, but  :P

edit:

ok well perhaps stating that the release of helter skelter didn't affect the status of the D.O.C. at all would be too hard to defend,

but helter skelter was not a commercial success like you said  ;)
so let's say that the release of helter skelter didn't affect the D.O.C.'s status much  ;)

yep,thatīs why ended with;  ;)
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So as a conclusion,Iīm not really sure  :-X :P :-X ;) :laugh: :laugh: :laugh:

i see  ;) i guess i had misread it, my bad  :P ;)
Title: Re: Southern Hydro (Big Mike and Six2)
Post by: Chad Vader on May 02, 2008, 06:34:51 AM
ok well perhaps stating that the release of helter skelter didn't affect the status of the D.O.C. at all would be too hard to defend,

but helter skelter was not a commercial success like you said  ;)
so let's say that the release of helter skelter didn't affect the D.O.C.'s status much  ;)

yep,thatīs why ended with;  ;)
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So as a conclusion,Iīm not really sure  :-X :P :-X ;) :laugh: :laugh: :laugh:


but would this next D.O.C. album get a lot more sales than Helter Skelter  ??? I don't think so.
it may get a little more exposure due to Dre's involvement and the guest features but this is not an album for the mainstream.

so again, how could a new album with D.O.C. raps on it severely damage his status?
i don't see how Dre's concerns are valid  :-\

i could be wrong, but  :P

I donīt think so either,actually I believe this will sort of bring some attention to his legacy.
This album wont sell,so this is something they should put their hearts into for the love.
Something to put his legacy straight for the people that donīt know and the fans that love him.
Title: Re: Southern Hydro (Big Mike and Six2)
Post by: Dre-Day on May 02, 2008, 12:57:26 PM

but would this next D.O.C. album get a lot more sales than Helter Skelter  ??? I don't think so.
it may get a little more exposure due to Dre's involvement and the guest features but this is not an album for the mainstream.

so again, how could a new album with D.O.C. raps on it severely damage his status?
i don't see how Dre's concerns are valid  :-\

i could be wrong, but  :P

I donīt think so either,actually I believe this will sort of bring some attention to his legacy.
This album wont sell,so this is something they should put their hearts into for the love.
Something to put his legacy straight for the people that donīt know and the fans that love him.

yeah, they both think that helter skelter was not good enough, so that should encourage them to top it right?

personally i don't feel that they can "set the record straight" without having the D.O.C. perform on it:

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Dubcnn: In the stuff that you write for other people, we can hear it. We know it’s there.

And you know what’s funny? When I write songs for them they always fuck my raps up! My rhythms are very intricate. If you don’t know exactly what the fuck you’re saying, you’re not going to be able to say it right.

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Dubcnn: I know you’ve spoke on it many times before, but can you sum up how you and Dre met, and formed that bond that made you all so close.

We had a mutual friend in Dallas, before I knew these guys. Dre came to visit the guy in Texas, and he heard me rapping. He was very impressed with my skills. When I saw his production skills, I was very impressed with that as well. So, I followed him back to the west coast; words and music go together. As a matter of fact, Mel Man, one of Dre’s producers, told me once that he asked Dre who was, out of all the artists he’s ever recorded with who rapped his beats the hardest. And Mel-Man told me that he told him it was me, and I believe that. I tore a beat up, nigga, back in the day!

it will probably be a dope album, but no one can do it better right  ;)
Title: Re: Southern Hydro (Big Mike and Six2)
Post by: Lindon on May 10, 2008, 01:45:32 AM
submit questions for a Erotic D interview (by Kilo2 - WCA)
http://www.dubcnn.com/connect/index.php?topic=179584.0


crazy!!! mad props on getting the interview. i know you'll have all the questions that need asking covered homie!!!!  8)
Title: Re: Southern Hydro (Big Mike and Six2)
Post by: Dre-Day on May 10, 2008, 01:46:48 AM
Chad is not doing the interview, Kilo2 is in charge of that ;)
Title: Re: Southern Hydro (Big Mike and Six2)
Post by: Lindon on May 10, 2008, 01:49:22 AM
Chad is not doing the interview, Kilo2 is in charge of that ;)

cool. do you know when he is doing it?
Title: Re: Southern Hydro (Big Mike and Six2)
Post by: Dre-Day on May 10, 2008, 01:51:50 AM
Chad is not doing the interview, Kilo2 is in charge of that ;)

cool. do you know when he is doing it?

nope; i guess you'll have to keep an eye on the topic quoted above  ;)
Title: Re: Southern Hydro (Big Mike and Six2)
Post by: Lindon on May 10, 2008, 01:55:43 AM
Chad is not doing the interview, Kilo2 is in charge of that ;)

cool. do you know when he is doing it?

nope; i guess you'll have to keep an eye on the topic quoted above  ;)

will do that homie.
Title: Re: Southern Hydro (Big Mike and Six2)
Post by: Lindon on May 11, 2008, 11:01:17 AM
You know your shit Lindon,so submit some questions;   ;)
submit questions for a Erotic D interview (by Kilo2 - WCA)
http://www.dubcnn.com/connect/index.php?topic=179584.0

Props homie, that's  appreciated but you already asked all the questions i want the answers too! I have hit the thread up nevertheless. Looking forward to the interview.   
Title: Re: Southern Hydro (Big Mike and Six2)
Post by: DerekNelson on May 12, 2008, 08:10:34 AM
any new 6-2 audio?
Title: Re: Southern Hydro (Big Mike and Six2)
Post by: The Predator on May 13, 2008, 01:17:41 PM
Are there any instrumentals from Helter Skelter about?
Title: Re: Southern Hydro (Big Mike and Six2)
Post by: Dre-Day on May 19, 2008, 01:12:32 AM
Are there any instrumentals from Helter Skelter about?

Not that I know off.  :P
I got the first single from the album,and thereīs no instrumentals on that  ;).

don't think that there are any official ones either
Title: Re: Southern Hydro (Big Mike and Six2)
Post by: Chad Vader on May 27, 2008, 02:17:45 PM
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Six2; Mac-a-roni And G's
http://cdbaby.com/cd/six2
(http://cdbaby.name/s/i/six2.jpg)

Precursor to the highly anticipated solo album of Platinum artist Six2. Featured on Dr. Dre's "Chronic 2001"
(8 million copies sold and counting)
on the hit singles "Xxplosive" and "Bitch Niggas". Featuring production by Dr. Dre, Timbaland and Jazzy Pha

Six2 - Biography
Aka: 6Two
Aka: Deuce
Aka: 2-Face
Aka: Edd Feddie

More than any other music since the blues, hip-hop is all about stories.
And its stories are criminal minded and grand, making them even more
enthralling and unbelievable, but also making them only as interesting
and convincing as the teller. That's why despite being blackballed by
the industry, before his major-label recording contract, heads still
gravitated towards Fort Worth, Texas's realest son, 6Two like planets
to the sun. 6Two born 27 years ago is the real deal, the genuine
article. He's a man of the streets, intimately familiar with its codes
and its violence, but still, 6Two, an incredibly intelligent and
deliberate man, holds himself with a regal air as if above the
pettiness that surrounds him. Couple his real-life hardship with his
knack for addictive syrupy hooks and its clear that 6Two has what it
takes to ride down the road to riches and diamond rings. 6Two is real
so he does real things.

6Two was discovered in 1999 by one of the true legends of the rap game -
THE D.O.C. After signing 6Two to his production label Silverback
Records, THE D.O.C. immediately took him to Los Angeles where he was
assisting mega-platinum rap producer Dr. Dre with his highly
anticipated "CHRONIC 2001" album. Dr. Dre heard the rap skills of 6Two
and wanted him to participate in the project. In the year 2000 the
album "CHRONIC 2001" was released to worldwide success, with the #1
radio single titled "Xxplosive". "Xxplosive" features the talents of
6Two with the hook being sung by Nate Dogg. The "CHRONIC 2001" received
huge multi-platinum success, selling over 8 million albums worldwide.
The album went on to win numerous awards and culminated with Dr. Dre
winning a Producer of the Year Grammy Award.

6Two later released an album called The Deuce.
Quite Frankly, while the Doc inserted his name on the album it was meant to be 6Two solo's release.
The album was set to go platinum. Unfortunately, greedy and criminaly irresponsible record label executives squandered the labels' marketing money advanced to the label by RED Sony dooming this album to obscurity.

With the last remaining members of N.W.A, 6Two showcased his talent on several tracks that include Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, The Doc, Ice Cube, MC Ren, and Nate Dogg. Since building his sucess on his strenghts of weighing in the top contenders in the Rap industry. 6Two has since risen from the ashes of victimization and been called upon by the legendary Timbaland. Timbaland, along with Atlanta Rapper Attitude, and 6two aka deuce have finished what seems to be a rap masterpiece. The album is set to be released very soon and will catapult Sixty 2 back into raps lime light. While working on the new timbaland record 62 has written for puff daddy another urban heavyweight.

6Two Album Credits:
Genacide "Waste of a cular"
Genacide "Mixed up Murder"
Dr. Dre. "Chronic 2001" Aftermath / Interscope Records year 2000
The D.O.C. "Duece". Silverback / Sony Records year 2003
Timbaland "yet to released" "release date tba"
Snoop Dogg and DJ Jam Mix Cd "WBALLZ " vol. 1
Six2 "Mac-a-roni and G's" 6two Productions

11260 Goodnight Lane Dallas TX 75229:972. 241.5182



hmmmmm  :P :-\
Title: Re: Southern Hydro (Big Mike and Six2)
Post by: Dre-Day on May 27, 2008, 02:40:31 PM

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6Two later released an album called The Deuce.
Quite Frankly, while the Doc inserted his name on the album it was meant to be 6Two solo's release.
The album was set to go platinum. Unfortunately, greedy and criminaly irresponsible record label executives squandered the labels' marketing money advanced to the label by RED Sony dooming this album to obscurity.



hmmmmm  :P :-\


strange story indeed  :P
Title: Re: Southern Hydro (Big Mike and Six2)
Post by: Dre-Day on May 27, 2008, 03:01:31 PM
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6Two later released an album called The Deuce.
Quite Frankly, while the Doc inserted his name on the album it was meant to be 6Two solo's release.
The album was set to go platinum. Unfortunately, greedy and criminaly irresponsible record label executives squandered the labels' marketing money advanced to the label by RED Sony dooming this album to obscurity.

hmmmmm  :P :-\
strange story indeed  :P

What to say?  :P,for all we know they got this info from some studio janitor(s)  :P :laugh: :laugh:

 :D

yeah DOC gave a good insight of what went down with Deuce, in the dubcnn interview  :P

so no more alcohol/drugs for the person that runs the myspace page  ;)
Title: Re: Southern Hydro (Big Mike and Six2)
Post by: Dre-Day on May 31, 2008, 12:08:26 AM
i see, but if i'm not mistaken similar information is posted on Six 2's myspace  ;)
Title: Re: Southern Hydro (Big Mike and Six2)
Post by: Chad Vader on June 01, 2008, 10:49:15 PM
Quote

6Two later released an album called The Deuce.
Quite Frankly, while the Doc inserted his name on the album it was meant to be 6Two solo's release.
The album was set to go platinum. Unfortunately, greedy and criminaly irresponsible record label executives squandered the labels' marketing money advanced to the label by RED Sony dooming this album to obscurity.

hmmmmm  :P :-\
strange story indeed  :P

What to say?  :P,for all we know they got this info from some studio janitor(s)  :P :laugh: :laugh:

 :D

yeah DOC gave a good insight of what went down with Deuce, in the dubcnn interview  :P

so no more alcohol/drugs for the person that runs the myspace page  ;)

Not from 6-2īs myspace itīs from cdbaby;
http://cdbaby.com/cd/six2


i see, but if i'm not mistaken similar information is posted on Six 2's myspace  ;)

some parts yes,so it might be same one that wrote both(?)  :P


(http://pics.myspaceprofiles.org/308/l/112958308_6.jpg)

Post Questions For 6'2! (Dr. Dre, D.O.C.)
http://www.dubcnn.com/connect/index.php?topic=182527.0

 :o :o :o :o :o :o :o :o :o :o :o :o :o :o :o :o :o
Title: Re: Southern Hydro (Big Mike and Six2)
Post by: Chad Vader on June 02, 2008, 06:40:48 PM
Chad Vaderīs review of the new Erotic tracks;

Checked them quick;
Play with them;
Whatīs up with this track  :laugh: :laugh: :laugh: :laugh:
His flow on this is ehhhhh  :-X :-X :-X
The beat is also a little corny  :-X
1/5

Mr.Murderer;
Heavy guitars,some gangster shit.
The beat us tight too,a mix between "Natural Born Killaz" and "Ski & Dre"..... but not as good.  :P :laugh:
3/5

Serial Killa;
Dope beat,love the piano.... sounds like the beat Dre used on "Up In Smoke" with a little touch of Fred Wreck (Space Boogie era)
So if you love the Chronic 2001 era type of beats,this shit is for you.
The vocals is so,so....
3.8/5  :P

Wait a minute;
Dope beat,love the synth.... the hook is eehhhh  :P
So a new hook,get some other rappers featured... this one might work  :P
But right now itīs just a dope beat and synth with subpar vocals and a wak hook.  :P
2.5/5

My girl;
Dope beat,the hook works.... the lyrics fit the track,but again as a rapper Erotic comes short.
So he might as well get another rapper to perform his lyrics.  :P ;) :laugh:
Another one Iīm sure Luna will like  ;)
3/5

G None Reala
Yes,yes 6-2 is back..... another Fred Wreck (Space Boogie era) type of beat.
Simple but still nice,6-2 comes tight as always.
4/5

Coming Home
Some rock shit.. not even sure if itīs a erotic track.  :P Itīs cool for whatever it is.
3/5 objective  :P ;)

Donīt catch a 187
Who is the other cat on this?
The beat is dope,another Fred Wreck/Dr.Dre inspired beat... Eroticīs vocals even sounds like Dre on this one  :P :laugh:
3.8/5
Title: Re: Southern Hydro (Big Mike and Six2)
Post by: Dre-Day on June 03, 2008, 01:26:07 AM

Chad Vaderīs review of the new Erotic tracks;

Checked them quick;
Play with them;
Whatīs up with this track  :laugh: :laugh: :laugh: :laugh:
His flow on this is ehhhhh  :-X :-X :-X
The beat is also a little corny  :-X
Iīm sure Luna will love this one though  ;)
1/5

a little corny   :laugh: ;)


Mr.Murderer;
Heavy guitars,some gangster shit.
The beat us tight too,a mix between "Natural Born Killaz" and "Ski & Dre"..... but not as good.  :P :laugh:
3/5

do you think it's a bit repititive too?



Wait a minute;
Dope beat,love the synth.... the hook is eehhhh  :P
So a new hook,get some other rappers featured... this one might work  :P
But right now itīs just a dope beat and synth with subpar vocals and a wak hook.  :P
2.5/5

you're being way too kind  :laugh: :laugh: :laugh: :laugh: ;)

My girl;
Dope beat,the hook works.... the lyrics fit the track,but again as a rapper Erotic comes short.
So he might as get another rapper to perform his lyrics.  :P ;) :laugh:
Another one Iīm sure Luna will like  ;)
3/5
i see your point.


Coming Home
Some rock shit.. not even sure itīs erotic track.  :P Itīs cool for whatever it is.
3/5 objective  :P ;)
nah seems like a group signed to E's label.

anyway, this ain't my cup of tea Chad  :-\

Donīt catch a 187
Who is the other cat on this?
The beat is dope,another Fred Wreck/Dr.Dre inspired beat... Eroticīs vocals even sounds like Dre on this one  :P :laugh:
3.8/5

yeah i haven't reviewed that one before either, as you pointed out  ;)
i like the beat too  :)

by the way, lol i noticed the Dre similarities too... :-\

by the way, when i look at the info of each track on E's myspace i think that all 6 tracks are leftovers  ;)

ok,thanx for the info  ;)
...and hopefully the tracks on his albums is a little better because honestly the tracks was average (pluss - minus  ;))


yeah; the fact that those tracks were all once considered to be on the album leads me to the conclusion that E has no proper direction for the album  :-\



Title: Re: Southern Hydro (Big Mike and Six2)
Post by: Chad Vader on June 03, 2008, 11:49:51 AM
by the way, when i look at the info of each track on E's myspace i think that all 6 tracks are leftovers  ;)

ok,thanx for the info  ;)
...and hopefully the tracks on his albums is a little better because honestly the tracks was average (pluss - minus  ;))

who's the other rapper that performs after Six Two?
on the track, he raps that he ghostwrote for dre?
listen to his verse Chad  :-\

Edit;
itīs El-Dog from Genacide  ;)


by the way, lol i noticed the Dre similarities too... :-\

Rap Pages has pointed out before that he sounds like Dre;  :P
(http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2136/2244677006_7deae0db2f_b.jpg)
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Newcomer Erotic D is the man behind the boards with the Dr.Dre funk beats.
He even sounds like Dre on the mic
Title: Re: Southern Hydro (Big Mike and Six2)
Post by: Dre-Day on June 03, 2008, 12:03:07 PM

by the way, lol i noticed the Dre similarities too... :-\


Rap Pages has pointed out before that he sounds like Dre;  :P

Newcomer Erotic D is the man behind the boards with the Dr.Dre funk beats.
He even sounds like Dre on the mic

by the way, when i look at the info of each track on E's myspace i think that all 6 tracks are leftovers  ;)

ok,thanx for the info  ;)
...and hopefully the tracks on his albums is a little better because honestly the tracks was average (pluss - minus  ;))

yeah; the fact that those tracks were all once considered to be on the album leads me to
the conclusion that E has no proper direction for the album  :-\

Well, these is just random tracks,they could be leftovers or they could be from his Game Over mix-tape.
So we donīt know the direction  ;),but I agree that theyīre all over the place.
From corny club tracks,to horror-core.  :P  :laugh: :laugh:


yeah, or at least keep his own performances limited  :P then fill the album with guest features, like Dre does.

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or they could be from his Game Over mix-tape
Don't Catcha187 is from game over, according to his myspace.

i wouldn't call the rest of the tracks just random tracks though, as the black bruce willis title(+ the word unreleased) is included in the tag information  ;)
Title: Re: Southern Hydro (Big Mike and Six2)
Post by: Lindon on June 03, 2008, 12:27:47 PM
who's the other rapper that performs after Six Two?
on the track, he raps that he ghostwrote for dre?
listen to his verse Chad  :-\
Not sure,but it sounds like one the cats featured on The Deuce.
Maybe Lindon can help us with this one?

mad props to both of you for keeping this ish alive!!!  8) and for all the tracks.

haven't checked them all yet but i think the other cat on that track with 6'2 maybe El Dog from Genacide. he sounds different but two face mentions his name at the beginning of the track. will listen to the tracks propoerly and drop feedback. props again.
Title: Re: Southern Hydro (Big Mike and Six2)
Post by: Dre-Day on June 03, 2008, 12:32:35 PM
who's the other rapper that performs after Six Two?
on the track, he raps that he ghostwrote for dre?
listen to his verse Chad  :-\
Not sure,but it sounds like one the cats featured on The Deuce.
Maybe Lindon can help us with this one?

mad props to both of you for keeping this ish alive!!!  8) and for all the tracks.

haven't checked them all yet but i think the other cat on that track with 6'2 maybe El Dog from Genacide. he sounds different but two face mentions his name at the beginning of the track. will listen to the tracks propoerly and drop feedback. props again.

you're welcome  ;)

looking forward to reading about what you think of those tracks  ;)
Title: Re: Southern Hydro (Big Mike and Six2)
Post by: Dre-Day on June 03, 2008, 12:46:45 PM


On a side note,remember One-GudCide?
That we mixed up with Genacide.
Yes,6-2 is featured on One-GudCideīs 2nd album and theyīre both from DFW.
So yes itīs easy to mix them up.  :P :P :P
Both their albums dope,so check them out.

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One-GudCide
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/One_Gud_Cide

One Gud Cide was an American hip-hop duo based out of Fort Worth, Texas. Formed in 1991 by Twisted Black and Evil Seed,
the group is revered among many modern rappers for their pioneering approach to portraying urban violence through hip hop.
In 2006 Twisted Black was sentenced to life in jail for a fourth offense cocaine conspiracy charge.

[edit]
History

One Gud Cide was formed in 1991 by Twisted Black and Evil Seed in Fort Worth.
The group's initial progress was slowed when Twisted Black was shot in the face and lost half of his jaw in what he claimed was an assassination attempt.
By 1995, the group had achieved underground success with the album Look What The Streets Made,
which sold 10,000 copies in less than 30 days. The group's career was interrupted once again when Twisted Black,
whose real name is Tommy Burns, was sentenced to three years in prison on a parole violation.
Work on the group's follow-up album Contradictions was interrupted by that incident.

Contradictions was finished and eventually released in 1999 on Suave House Records.
It included contributions from hip hop mainstays like Eightball of Eightball & MJG fame and UGK. In 2002,
Evil Seed reported quit the group because Twisted Black was working on his first solo album, eventually entitled Late Bloomer.

Twisted Black's most recent album, Street Fame was released in March 2007 on
TVT Records a label with a history of promoting Dirty South artists.
Meanwhile, Twisted Black was sentenced to life in prison after being convicted of conspiracy to distribute cocaine.


Discography
Look What The Streets Made (1996)
Contradictions (1999)
Contradictions Screwed (2000)


I believe Pushinbigbooty said that Erotic produced some shit for Twisted Black,so need to look into that.
Looks like Twisted Black is a trouble maker  :P :-\ :laugh:


will check it out later  ;)


anyway, Twisted Black definitely needs to get his head straight  :P
Title: Re: Southern Hydro (Big Mike and Six2)
Post by: Chad Vader on June 03, 2008, 01:41:42 PM
anyway, Twisted Black definitely needs to get his head straight  :P

Get his head straight?; :P :laugh: :laugh:
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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/One_Gud_Cide
Twisted Black was sentenced to life in prison after being convicted of conspiracy to distribute cocaine.

We wonīt see him for a while  :laugh: :laugh: :laugh:
http://www.twistedblack.net/

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http://www.amazon.com/Street-Fame-Twisted-Black/dp/B000MV8ZRW/ref=pd_bbs_sr_1?ie=UTF8&s=music&qid=1212524926&sr=8-1

An unknown associate pegged Black as a cocaine supplier and it's been all downhill from there.

"It was actually a female who got busted with the drugs and brought my name out and said I was the supplier." He explains, "Actually what happened was, there's a crooked cop named Mitch Russell who pursued me and sparked a frame up which I am caught up in and losing my life behind. They never found me with drugs, they didn't have a free person to even say that they purchased drugs from me. They had all inmates coming in testifying that they had bought drugs from me. There were no police reports or anything of the sort. . ."

So as a result of an informant, one of rap's brightest future stars is now sitting behind bars facing a sentence of ten years to life.

This isn't the first problem Twisted Black has had with the law, or the streets. He's been shot in the face and lost half of his jaw in what he says was a calculated hit on his life. He's been in and out of the system since he was 13-years-old for everything from changing the VIN numbers on stolen cars to assaulting a police officer.


^^^^^ :P :P :P :P^^^^ sure  :P  :laugh: :laugh: :laugh: :laugh: :laugh:

anyways;
Quote
Twisted Black - The Life Of Tommy Burns
http://www.discogs.com/release/589453
(http://www.discogs.com/image/R-150-589453-1135374517.jpeg)
Walk In My Shoes
Featuring - CP (2)
Producer - Erotic D.

the album even features Scarface and Bun B.

7 used & new available from $7.49
http://www.amazon.com/Life-Tommy-Burns-Twisted-Black/dp/B000AGTQLI/ref=pd_bbs_4?ie=UTF8&s=music&qid=1212524926&sr=8-4

Not sure if Erotic has any beats on these,but I still like to check them after hearing One-GudCide;
Twisted Black; Street Fame
(http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/611eH7EEhjL._SL500_AA240_.jpg)
61 used & new available from $0.89
http://www.amazon.com/Street-Fame-Twisted-Black/dp/B000MV8ZRW/ref=pd_bbs_sr_1?ie=UTF8&s=music&qid=1212524926&sr=8-1

Twisted Black; Black Out
(http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/51XZrL1YvRL._SL500_AA240_.jpg)
8 used & new available from $10.97
http://www.amazon.com/Black-Out-Twisted/dp/B000X412ZU/ref=pd_bbs_sr_2?ie=UTF8&s=music&qid=1212524926&sr=8-2

Twisted Black; Late Bloomer
(http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/419Q7YDTFNL._SL500_AA240_.jpg)
18 used & new available from $3.65
http://www.amazon.com/Late-Bloomer-Twisted-Black/dp/B0000EMYCQ/ref=pd_bbs_3?ie=UTF8&s=music&qid=1212524926&sr=8-3







Title: Re: Southern Hydro (Big Mike and Six2)
Post by: Chad on June 07, 2008, 06:26:21 PM
NonCentz just did another interview with The D.O.C  :o
http://www.dubcnn.com/connect/index.php?topic=183020.0
http://www.ballerstatus.com/article/features/2008/06/4839/
Go check that interview out....

Being edited now and coming real fucking soon....Erotic D interview series (he's got alot to fuckin' say!) & the exclusive Six-Two interview along with brand-new (yes, brand-new 7 banging!) audio from the DFW camp....transcribing the interviews as we speak.....Tha Chill interview should be up in a day or 2 with audio
Title: Re: Southern Hydro (Big Mike and Six2)
Post by: Dre-Day on June 08, 2008, 12:04:12 AM
NonCentz just did another interview with The D.O.C  :o
http://www.dubcnn.com/connect/index.php?topic=183020.0
http://www.ballerstatus.com/article/features/2008/06/4839/
Go check that interview out....

Being edited now and coming real fucking soon....Erotic D interview series (he's got alot to fuckin' say!) & the exclusive Six-Two interview along with brand-new (yes, brand-new 7 banging!) audio from the DFW camp....transcribing the interviews as we speak.....Tha Chill interview should be up in a day or 2 with audio

 :o  looking forward to it  8)
Title: Re: Southern Hydro (Big Mike and Six2)
Post by: Dre-Day on June 12, 2008, 01:11:44 PM
throwback review:

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THE D.O.C. - Helter Skelter | Review By:  Westcoast2K

The 6th member of N.W.A.. The D.O.C. has released two soloīs and the first one was back in 1989 and was released on Ruthless and had the N.W.A. on there, production by Dr. Dre and all, it was a phat album and I bump that still, not to many albums from the 80īs is still heard in my stereo but thatīs a classic gangsta album, and I was only 7 years old back in 89 so…..

Anyway, yīall know the story of him right. He lost his voice in a car crash and we didnīt know if he was gonna be able to make another album, but they fixed his voice, but itīs very unique due to this car crash, itīs kinda like a computer shit. Donīt wanna get too deep with that, Iīm not a doctor…

Anyway, he was around with Dre at the early Death Row days but never released an album or so, and I donīt know what happened but when the time came to record this 2nd album Dre wasnīt there, and not Snoop, Warren G, Dogg Pound or nobody else. So the production on this one was handled by Erotic D, he actually produced a album for Adina Howard, but he really produce meen ass beats on here. This is one of my all time favorite albums fo real!

The intro tells a press story bout DOCīs death, the car crash and all that and then he getīs out of the casket heīs in, effective as the fuck! First song is ”Return Of Da Livin Dead” a very nice track, it was the single I think! Then a laid back track called ”From Ruthless 2 Death Row” and itīs about how everything changed from his NWA days to his days with the Dogg Pound. Itīs very nice, and a DOC favorite for many people!

Then we have one of many evil tracks on the album, the whole tone and feelin of the album is that itīs VERY dark, twisted, gravesites, churches, hell all that is here, the full package! The track is called ”Secret Plan” and you just gotta hear it, it features a Ice T sample in the end.

Then a blow job interlude, I donīt know but I think, I THINK, weīve heard it before?! But this one gets you laughing, because in the end the bitch hairs starts to fall of and in comes DOC and tells everyone to call Mo Hair for these type problems, itīs funny as hell!! Then we have one of my favorite tracks ”4 My Doggz” and maybe ya can guess that itīs dedicated to his Dogg Pound family. They still phuck with each other, Dr. Dre always gives him shoutouts and he was with all the DPGz at Up In Smoke Tour the summer of 2000. Anyway, he rapps thankful about Daz, Snoop, Warren G and all of em! I love it!

And up next is another track thatīs just too tight, it features Mally G, he hasnīt recorded any albums or so that I know of, and a west coast queen; Passion, sheīs a tight female rapper, betta belive that! The song is up tempo and just a tight tight west coast mobbin, jack somebody shit! Killershit! And after that the hits just keep on coming. A track to stop by is number 9 ”Bitchez” a laid-back track, with a guitar in the beat, but just a lil. Itīs nice, can almost smell the chronic smoke on this track! #11 ”Da Hereafter” is a classic song to me, well the album just tells me CLASSIC! The chorus is a female singing ”Itīs so hot, hot/Iīm burnin up/Hot hot…” very nice!

Next track is the only one with many featured rappers ”Erotix Shit” features classic mid west rapper MC Breed along with DFC, Mally G, Erotic D, Mz. Allan and Boo Boo Breed, itīs a nice track, but of course Breed and DOC shines above the rest!

The last track is called ”Crazy Bitches” itīs once again very nice, Erotic Dīs production fits the DOCīs vocals very good. Aiight so this tape is an all time favorite for me, I know that everyone donīt like it. Even DOC thinks it pretty bad – he said “Deuce” would be his real 2nd album! But if ya havenīt heard it please do something for ya self and check it out. Itīs sum years old I know but still itīs worth your attention. I just wanted to bring some light to this sleeper album!

4/5 Dubs!


Title: Re: Southern Hydro (Big Mike and Six2)
Post by: Dre-Day on June 12, 2008, 01:19:27 PM
^^^^

pretty much the same rating as me, HighEyeCue, and you gave the album Chad  ;)
Title: Re: Southern Hydro (Big Mike and Six2)
Post by: StevenMarkAss on June 13, 2008, 08:41:55 AM
where r these 7 new songs?
Title: Re: Southern Hydro (Big Mike and Six2)
Post by: Lindon on June 15, 2008, 06:11:00 AM
Finally managed to listen to these Erotic D joints a few times. Mad props to Dre Day and Chad.  8)

Mad props also on the reviews above – man I have to say I can’t disagree with anything you have both said.

I'm really hoping these tracks are left overs (although I know there’s some doubt over that). Apart from the Genacide track, I thought all the tracks were a little bit generic. Hoping for a bit more from an Erotic album. As Dre Day said if these were intended for the album they are a bit all over the place and it makes you wonder if the album will have very little direction. Having said that I think the production on the whole is good (just not outstanding) and if Erotic avoids rapping(!) and the really clubbed out and rock(!?!) tracks, it should be a tight album at least musically.

Cannot wait for those interviews Chad Noncentz is blessing us with!! – hopefully we might find out a little more about the Black Bruce Willis album and what’s up with those tracks.

Mad props also to Chad Vader who hooked me up with the Genacide Waste Uva Cula album. Imo it’s dope as f*ck and much better than Mixed up Murda. Similar in a way – in the sense there are no stand out tracks but the whole album is tight with a real dark southern atmosphere and dope rhymes from two face and el dog. I really hope we see a new genacide album like 6’2 talks about on his myspace mind you he says on there it’s gonna come out in 2007!!!…

I think although there are a few recycled rhymes along the way on Waste uva cula both these cats have a lot to say. They mix it up between street gangsterism stories and politics (as the title suggests) but it really works. I would love to see some fresh music from these dudes. Hopefully Two Face tells us the sh*t is coming in that interview!!!!  ;D

Props to everyone for keeping this DFW sh*t alive on here!
Title: Re: Southern Hydro (Big Mike and Six2)
Post by: Dre-Day on June 16, 2008, 12:24:57 AM
Mad props also to Chad Vader who hooked me up with the Genacide Waste Uva Cula album. Imo it’s dope as f*ck and much better than Mixed up Murda. Similar in a way – in the sense there are no stand out tracks but the whole album is tight with a real dark southern atmosphere and dope rhymes from two face and el dog. I really hope we see a new genacide album like 6’2 talks about on his myspace mind you he says on there it’s gonna come out in 2007!!!…

I think although there are a few recycled rhymes along the way on Waste uva cula both these cats have a lot to say. They mix it up between street gangsterism stories and politics (as the title suggests) but it really works. I would love to see some fresh music from these dudes. Hopefully Two Face tells us the sh*t is coming in that interview!!!!  ;D

Props to everyone for keeping this DFW sh*t alive on here!


hehe, i prefer Mixed Up Murda, it has a lot of dope dark shit IMO  ;)
oh well, i guess we disagree  :)

however we do agree that Six-Two is dope as hell, because of his great laid back delivery and wordplay   8)
Title: Re: Southern Hydro (Big Mike and Six2)
Post by: 3rd Coast on June 18, 2008, 01:52:55 PM
i want another convicts album

rather than a mike 6-2 album..

mike n 3-2 go harder than the shit he has wit 6-2
Title: Re: Southern Hydro (Big Mike and Six2)
Post by: 3rd Coast on June 22, 2008, 12:30:56 AM

I want another convicts album
rather than a mike 6-2 album..
mike n 3-2 go harder than the shit he has wit 6-2


Convicts is cool,but 3-2 had better chemistry with D.A and A.W.OL in BlacīMonks.
So I rather see another BlacīMonks album than another Convicts allbum.  ;)

You donīt happen to have these albums do you;?

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mr. 3-2 - over the law
http://governmentnames.blogspot.com/2005/05/mr.html
"been on these streets for all of my life / gangster discple, get the shit right / rest of my days, i'm reppin the street game / power, pistols, money and cocaine." posing on lowest budget cover, with his grim face pasted over the bentley from the cover of the 504 boyz album. glowering in gucci sunglasses. pacers fitted tilted over the white rag and braids sneaking out the back. the name spelled out in heavy steel letters. silvertop unmarked cd-r and a booking number inside.
    rap legend like only houston has: put it down with rap-a-lot back in the day AND wrecked screw's tapes AND got on texas classics with scarface, e.s.g., pokey, big moe, and for sure you know him from that opening sixteen off one day on ridin dirty (you know... "and if i die-- or should i say if i go / bury me in hiram clarke next to the come-and-go"). a legend from the southside (way down south, fuqua west, down there by z-ro and mo city, almost in the next county), first rapper in houston to call himself the big boss, got referenced with vague talk about real street activity, but then, dormant, no more undergrounds, and only referenced in anecdotes about seeing him gone off wet, spending a little time locked up, and not being able to get the rap shit going like he was capable of.
    gruff new flow, south park mexican with a different accent. rapping cramped together blue pen on white pad writing. this is more of those simple, boring street raps. but just under the surface, complex and unapparent internal structures that you hear on re-listens, close listens.     doing the traditional h-town stuff that everyone in the city made their name off back in the day. not cartooning it up with the punchlines or smoothing it into inspiration. twelve gauges and pistols. regional details. obsessed with street rules. lil o (remember? BAG BACK BAG BACK GIMME FIFTY FEET OR I'MA GRAB THE GAT AND HIT A NIGGA WITH THE HEAT) for the heartwarming realtalk back in the day/look how far we come track about falling asleep at screw's house while making tapes. z-ro for the grim lost in the ghetto track.
    talking proud about gang affiliation on every track. with symbolic talk about six poppin/five droppin and hexagrams or explicit talk about g.d./folks: "six stars and they shine so bright / disrespect my organization and you dyin tonight / take flight to chicago and visit the wild 100s / murders, dopedealin, kidnappins, we done done it / set larry hoover free, that's on a g, my nigga... / six poppin, five droppin, we some brothers of the struggle."
    half underground, half aboveground: half recycled beats and half original beats. splash waterfalls ("need that yayo, or some handlebars, whoever you are [FUCK (with) ME]), locked up, the rest obscure enough to be half recognized but not named. originals, classic soft houston beats that you need for southside legends.


and found bad azz mix tape vol.5 on amazon  :P

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Bad Azz Mix Tape, Vol. 5 [EXPLICIT LYRICS]
http://www.amazon.com/Bad-Azz-Mix-Tape-Vol/dp/B000A8AY1W/ref=sr_1_5?ie=UTF8&s=music&qid=1203349560&sr=1-5
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Product Details
Audio CD (July 26, 2005)
Original Release Date: July 26, 2005
Number of Discs: 1
Format: Explicit Lyrics
Label: Presidential Records
ASIN: B000A8AY1W


Track Listings 1. Intro - Mr. 3-2
2. Holding It Down - Billy Cook, Mr. 3-2
3. Power Moves - Big Pokey, D'Capo, Mr. 3-2, Quest
4. F**k You! - Lil' Keke, Mr. 3-2, Skinny
5. Ride - Mr. 3-2, Quest, SK
6. Mob Affiliated - Mr. 3-2, Playa Pat
7. Whatcha' Talkin Bout - D'Capo, HAWK, Hawk, Mr. 3-2, Quest
8. Better Dayz - Billy Cook, Mr. 3-2
9. Cashy Ashy - Cl'Che', Mr. 3-2
10. Get Mine - Beezo, Mike-D, Mr. 3-2
11. Go Getta - Mr. 3-2
12. Life - D'Capo, Mr. 3-2
13. Ride Down - Mr. 3-2, Quest
14. Man Up - Mr. 3-2, Quest, Troyo
15. Heat Packers - Beezo, Mr. 3-2, Pup
16. Go Down - Cro$$, D.Z., Mr. 3-2
17. Get Back - Cro$$, Lil' Keke, Mr. 3-2
18. Play No Games - Frosty, Mr. 3-2
19. Outro - Mortal, Skinny




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Against The Law MR. 3-2
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On Probation
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01 2 Playa Fly    
02 Beat -N- Tha Trunk    
03 Million Dollars Later    
04 Out Tha Gate    
05 Tell -N- Like It Is    
06 No Evidence    
07 These Streets    
08 Hustle’n And Money Makin    
09 Let Me Live    
10 Play -N- 4 Keeps    
11 Click Action    
12 So Ard    
13 (Skit)    
14 Shake Tha Spot    
15 Don’t Wait    
16 Git’n Money    
17 Pressure    
18 Tag Team




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2006: Family Ties
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mr._3-2
Mr. 3-2 - Cocked To Tha Right
http://www.youtube.com/v/hos8aq3DgyA&rel


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Solo Albums
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mr._3-2
1996: Wicked Buddah Baby
2001: The Governor
2002: Against The Law
2003: Over The Law
2005: On Probation
2005: Bad Azz Mixtape Vol.5
2006: Fat Domino
2006: Family Ties


i got everything dealin wit pimpin chris..

i got enough post now again.. i put em in ya life when i upload em..

everything but fat dominoe..ion think that one released....if not i can make a call for it..

yeah blac monks go hard... 3-2 style has change from that style...

he on his grizzly now..like the ol screw tape sound he useta do...

so ion think he'll go back to that unless n.o joe put it down again...
Title: Re: Southern Hydro (Big Mike and Six2)
Post by: 3rd Coast on June 22, 2008, 12:56:41 AM


both of em actually..

joe was the mastermind of the wicked buddah baby..and got him right before the 1st blac monk album..kuz his style was over the place...

joe taught to mellow it out...

thats y i said his name..

Title: Re: Southern Hydro (Big Mike and Six2)
Post by: Chad Vader on June 22, 2008, 01:08:43 AM

both of em actually..
joe was the mastermind of the wicked buddah baby..and got him right before the 1st blac monk album..
kuz his style was over the place...
joe taught to mellow it out...
thats y i said his name..


BlacīMonks is John Bidoīs "baby",what N.O Joe did behind the sceneīs is another thing.
And according to the credits,N.O Joe only worked on two tracks on wicked buddah baby.  ;)

Production coordinators;
-John Bido,3-2,Big Vic
Engineers;
-Mike Dean,Jeff Griffin,John Bido,Troy Clark
Assistant Engineer;
-3-2
Mixer;
John Bido,3-2
Assistant Mixer;
Mike dean
Mastered by;
-John Bido,3-2,Mike Dean and Anthony Valic

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CREDITS: Mr. 3-2 - The Wicked Buddah Baby
http://www.dubcnn.com/connect/index.php?topic=183303.0;topicseen
Mr. 3-2
The Wicked Buddah Baby
Virgin Records

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1. Buddag Baby Intro
Produced by John Bido
Co-produced by Mike Dean
Containsa a sample from "May The Force Be With You"

2. Comin Down (ft. Sonia Moore)
Produced by N.O. Joe


3. Dressed 2 Kill
Produced by John Bido
Co-produced by Mike Dean
Contains excerpts from "The Memory" (R. Ayers, W. Allen, E. Birdsong)

4. My Sweet Trick
Produced by John Bido
Co-produced by Mike Dean
Contains portions from "Love T.K.O." (G. Noble, C. Womack, L. Womack)
Contains excerpts from "Juicy Fruit" (J. Mtume)

5. Them Against Me
Produced by John Bido
Co-produced by Mike Dean
Contains a sample of "Electric Lady" (L. Smith, K. Cedar, D. Renzer)

6. Welcome To The Slab
Produced by N.O. Joe


7. Turning Lane (ft. South Side Playaz)
Produced by Mike Dean

8. Kickin Flowz
Produced by Pedeweastra

9. Hit The Highway (ft. Too $hort, Eightball & MJG)
Produced by 3-2

10. You Wanna Ride (ft. UGK)
Produced by Swift

11. Buddah Nature [Remix]
Produced by Crazy C

12. Buddah Baby Outro
Produced by Freddie Young
Title: Re: Southern Hydro (Big Mike and Six2)
Post by: Dre-Day on June 26, 2008, 01:02:03 AM


G None Reala
Yes,yes 6-2 is back..... another Fred Wreck (Space Boogie era) type of beat.
Simple but still nice,6-2 comes tight as always.
4/5

it has grown on me   :)

by the way, I really hope Six-Two is on more tracks  8)

Title: Re: Southern Hydro (Big Mike and Six2)
Post by: Dre-Day on July 02, 2008, 01:22:32 AM
Two new Erotic D tracks has been added to his myspace,thanx for bringing it to my attention.

Music Me
Dope beat,nice story rap. A banger for sure,tight.
3/5

U need dat featuring El Dog from Genacide
I feel this too,beat is banging and nice to hear El Dog featured.
4/5

This is the flavor I like to hear more off,not that club shit.




i pretty much agree with you about the 2nd track, but i'm not sure about the first one  :-\

i don't know how to explain this well; it is too smooth/R&B ish to me i guess  :-\ :P
Title: Re: Southern Hydro (Big Mike and Six2)
Post by: Dre-Day on July 02, 2008, 01:33:14 AM
Two new Erotic D tracks has been added to his myspace,thanx for bringing it to my attention.

Music Me
Dope beat,nice story rap. A banger for sure,tight.
3/5

U need dat featuring El Dog from Genacide
I feel this too,beat is banging and nice to hear El Dog featured.
4/5

This is the flavor I like to hear more off,not that club shit.




i pretty much agree with you about the 2nd track, but i'm not sure about the first one  :-\

i don't know how to explain this well; it is too smooth/R&B ish to me i guess  :-\ :P

yep had both on repeat for a while now,thereīs something I canīt put my finger on....
The first track got a story line that works,maybe itīs the hook that donīt fit?
Nothing wrong with the beat...

it's the hook and the vibe of the track in general  for me :-\

but it's not wack at all.
Title: Re: Southern Hydro (Big Mike and Six2)
Post by: Dre-Day on July 07, 2008, 02:23:37 AM

NonCentz put up another classic;
DUBCNN: Exclusive Interview Part 2 With Erotic D (Dre/Cube/DOC) + Audio
http://www.dubcnn.com/connect/index.php?topic=186123.0

including a new 6-2 track;  :o
6-2 - I Cant' Wait (http://www.dubcnm.com/audio/2008/july/6-2-i_cant_wait-(dubcnn).mp3)


yeah the track is dope  8)

i'm sure Lindon will like it too  ;)
Title: Re: Southern Hydro (Big Mike and Six2)
Post by: TRG on July 07, 2008, 02:41:28 AM

NonCentz put up another classic;
DUBCNN: Exclusive Interview Part 2 With Erotic D (Dre/Cube/DOC) + Audio
http://www.dubcnn.com/connect/index.php?topic=186123.0

including a new 6-2 track;  :o
6-2 - I Cant' Wait (http://www.dubcnm.com/audio/2008/july/6-2-i_cant_wait-(dubcnn).mp3)


yeah the track is dope  8)
Title: Re: Southern Hydro (Big Mike and Six2)
Post by: Dre-Day on July 07, 2008, 04:44:10 AM
...and hopefully the tracks on his albums is a little better because honestly the tracks was average (pluss - minus  ;))

i was thinking, that there could be another reason why he made a couple of different songs; maybe he was trying so hard to prove that he could write songs ??? :P

Title: Re: Southern Hydro (Big Mike and Six2)
Post by: Dre-Day on July 07, 2008, 08:42:05 AM
...and hopefully the tracks on his albums is a little better because honestly the tracks was average (pluss - minus  ;))

i was thinking, that there could be another reason why he made a couple of different songs;
maybe he was trying so hard to prove that he could write songs ??? :P


like a presentation and/or CV?
As I said before,I actually thinks heīs a decent songwriter.
But not always the greatest performer,he got limits....  ;)
He should either try to sell those tracks or let other cats that fit that vocal style (and beat) perform them.


well just so he could say, "see, i can write different type of songs"  :laugh:
Title: Re: Southern Hydro (Big Mike and Six2)
Post by: Dre-Day on July 10, 2008, 01:51:22 AM
http://www.myspace.com/eworldentertainmentinc 

 :o 6 new tracks  8)

looks like 2008 is a good year for independent music  :raisetheroof:
Title: Re: Southern Hydro (Big Mike and Six2)
Post by: Dre-Day on July 10, 2008, 10:38:14 AM
nice review  ;)

yeah it looks like the best has yet to come  8)
Title: Re: Southern Hydro (Big Mike and Six2)
Post by: Lindon on July 12, 2008, 06:36:35 AM

Once again Erotic D has posted some more tracks on his myspace.
Here's my quick review of the tracks;

Baller Mentality;
The beat is hard hitting,the synth and piano that comes in around 1.15 is mad dope.
Those little drums that comes in at 1.32 is fire too.
It is what it is,gangster shit.... pounding beat,hypnotic piano and the infamous "gangster synth",it's all there.  ;)
Nothing ground breaking,but dope never the less.
3.8 out of 5

Chaos; featuring 6-2 and Big Mike
Holly shit,another 6-2 and Big Mike track.  :o
6-2 and Big Mike rips the beat to shreds.
If the Southern Hydro projects is anything like the two tracks that has leaked from the project so far,we're in for a classic!!!  :o :o
4.2 out of 5

Don't be; featuring El-Dog
Loving the drums,could easily be something Dre would cook up.
There's some southern flavors to the bass line and the synth,which I love.
The hook is a little boring,other than that Erotic and El-Dog comes tight.
3.8 out of 5

The Game Is Ugly
A up tempo gangster track with a hypnotic piano pounding as a backdrop.
Not sure what to say about it,the track is dope and all but can be a little monotonous with only Erotic spitting on it.  :P
3.5 out of 5

Killa Music featuring El-Dog
Tight,El-Dog rips it... the beat is fire too.
4.2 out of 5

Pissed me off featuring El-Dog
Another hard gangster track,sounds like they're mad at cats hating on the south.  :P :laugh:
It's good that it is short,because it's a little monotonous
3.6 out of 5

I'll added the 6-2 track produced by Erotic to the from DubCNN as well:  ;)
I can't wait; 6-2 solo produced by Erotic D
The beat fit 6-2 perfect.
I will let the rating speak for it self;  ;)
4.5 out of 5

overall conclusion;
I must admit; I was a little disappointed on the first tracks that was posted on Erotic D's myspace. (review) (http://www.dubcnn.com/connect/index.php?topic=144128.msg1866138#msg1866138)
Looks like he kept the goodies from us  :D ;),the recent tracks is more in direction of style and quality I expects from Erotic D.  8)


nice review  ;)

yeah it looks like the best has yet to come  8)

co-sign and it's just so dope to hear some fresh new music from these cats. cannot wait for the erotic album.  8)
Title: Re: Southern Hydro (Big Mike and Six2)
Post by: ICHI THE KILLER on July 15, 2008, 09:34:34 AM
good thread  ;D
Title: Re: Southern Hydro (Big Mike and Six2)
Post by: Dre-Day on July 16, 2008, 01:05:45 AM

Once again Erotic D has posted some more tracks on his myspace.
Here's my quick review of the tracks;

Baller Mentality;
The beat is hard hitting,the synth and piano that comes in around 1.15 is mad dope.
Those little drums that comes in at 1.32 is fire too.
It is what it is,gangster shit.... pounding beat,hypnotic piano and the infamous "gangster synth",it's all there.  ;)
Nothing ground breaking,but dope never the less.
3.8 out of 5

Chaos; featuring 6-2 and Big Mike
Holly shit,another 6-2 and Big Mike track.  :o
6-2 and Big Mike rips the beat to shreds.
If the Southern Hydro projects is anything like the two tracks that has leaked from the project so far,we're in for a classic!!!  :o :o
4.2 out of 5

Don't be; featuring El-Dog
Loving the drums,could easily be something Dre would cook up.
There's some southern flavors to the bass line and the synth,which I love.
The hook is a little boring,other than that Erotic and El-Dog comes tight.
3.8 out of 5

The Game Is Ugly
A up tempo gangster track with a hypnotic piano pounding as a backdrop.
Not sure what to say about it,the track is dope and all but can be a little monotonous with only Erotic spitting on it.  :P
3.5 out of 5

Killa Music featuring El-Dog
Tight,El-Dog rips it... the beat is fire too.
4.2 out of 5

Pissed me off featuring El-Dog
Another hard gangster track,sounds like they're mad at cats hating on the south.  :P :laugh:
It's good that it is short,because it's a little monotonous
3.6 out of 5

I'll added the 6-2 track produced by Erotic to the from DubCNN as well:  ;)
I can't wait; 6-2 solo produced by Erotic D
The beat fit 6-2 perfect.
I will let the rating speak for it self;  ;)
4.5 out of 5

overall conclusion;
I must admit; I was a little disappointed on the first tracks that was posted on Erotic D's myspace. (review) (http://www.dubcnn.com/connect/index.php?topic=144128.msg1866138#msg1866138)
Looks like he kept the goodies from us  :D ;),the recent tracks is more in direction of style and quality I expects from Erotic D.  8)


on a side note, i think El Dog and Six Two have such great chemistry together  8)

would be dope if a Genacide album was made and dropped on Erotic's label  :sun:
Title: Re: Southern Hydro (Big Mike and Six2)
Post by: Dre-Day on July 23, 2008, 03:54:57 AM
6 new tracks on

http://www.myspace.com/eworldentertainmentinc 

 ;)

Title: Re: Southern Hydro (Big Mike and Six2)
Post by: ICHI THE KILLER on July 23, 2008, 06:15:12 AM
6 new tracks on

http://www.myspace.com/eworldentertainmentinc 

 ;)



in 1 file enjoy  ;D

http://rapidshare.com/files/131847804/erotic.rar
Title: Re: Southern Hydro (Big Mike and Six2)
Post by: warrior on July 23, 2008, 07:46:43 AM
did anyone get the 6two song g none reala.if so can you please upload.thanks
Title: Re: Southern Hydro (Big Mike and Six2)
Post by: Dre-Day on July 23, 2008, 01:02:24 PM
thanks for making these tracks available for everyone ICHI  ;)

6 new tracks on
http://www.myspace.com/eworldentertainmentinc 
;)
in 1 file enjoy  ;D
http://rapidshare.com/files/131847804/erotic.rar


Erotic myspace tracks review part 3

-Fuck Yo Crew;
A nice party beat,all the rappers come nice.
3.5 out of 5
-Line Up;
This beat and piano sounds similar to his "Serial Killer" track.
The beat is pounding,the rappers fit well too.
3.5 out of 5
-The Place To Get Down;
A nice and mellow beat,some G-Funk shit.
3.7 out of 5
-Playaz Nit Out featuring 6-2 and Verse;
ehhhh,nahhhh... Not my style.
2.5 out of 5
-Raise Your Head featuring El-Dog;
Tight,dope sample,beat and El-Dog sounds nice on it.
4 out of 5
-We ain't cool;
A hardcore "gangster" beat,the hook is a little weak. (sounds unfinished(?))
Who is the last cat that get cut off?
3 out of 5




once again nice review  ;)

you know what really screws Line Up for me, those annoying background vocals  :-X
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Dre-Day on July 25, 2008, 01:00:22 AM
i listened to Helter Skelter a few times again, and Killa Instinct has really grown on me  8)

Bitchez is starting to grow on me too, so i guess i would rate Helter Skelter 4/5 now  :sun:
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: TepeHouse on July 28, 2008, 07:54:33 AM
I Want the cd of Six2 "Mac-a-roni and G's" is dope , one of the  tracks calls Letz Git High
is off the hook. :) :) :)
Title: Erotic D: new tracks
Post by: Dre-Day on July 28, 2008, 01:19:38 PM
once again 6 new tracks   http://www.myspace.com/eworldentertainmentinc 

 8)
Title: Re: Erotic D: new tracks
Post by: The Real Kilo2 on July 28, 2008, 07:29:29 PM
once again 6 new tracks   http://www.myspace.com/eworldentertainmentinc 

 8)

Thanks. That first track rocks and damn I didn't know Erotic got down with Picasso from Chocolate Bandit's crew. Crazy shit.
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Chad on July 28, 2008, 07:40:26 PM
Yo, check for that Six2 interview later this week....and more audio drops as well....just a little fyi  ;)
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Dre-Day on July 28, 2008, 11:44:46 PM
Yo, check for that Six2 interview later this week....and more audio drops as well....just a little fyi  ;)

wow, that's quick  8)

Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Dre-Day on July 29, 2008, 03:17:06 AM
nice review, didn't expect that you would make one so soon  ;)
Title: Re: Erotic D: new tracks
Post by: ICHI THE KILLER on July 29, 2008, 07:03:04 AM
once again 6 new tracks   http://www.myspace.com/eworldentertainmentinc 

 8)

all in 1 file again enjoy  8) 8)

http://rapidshare.com/files/133327661/erotic.rar
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Dre-Day on July 29, 2008, 07:04:17 AM
thanks for hooking up everybody  ;)
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Chad on July 29, 2008, 07:55:54 AM
looks like it's gonna Breed, Erotic D & D.O.C. once again..... 8)
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Dre-Day on July 29, 2008, 07:58:18 AM
looks like it's gonna Breed, Erotic D & D.O.C. once again..... 8)

i can't picture them all in the same room  :P
Title: 30-7: Erotic D 6 new tracks
Post by: Dre-Day on July 30, 2008, 12:51:13 AM
http://www.myspace.com/eworldentertainmentinc 

6 new tracks haha  8)

Title: Re: 30-7: Erotic D 6 new tracks
Post by: The Real Kilo2 on July 30, 2008, 01:09:04 AM
http://www.myspace.com/eworldentertainmentinc 

6 new tracks haha  8)



He has one fuck of a work ethic.
Title: Re: 30-7: Erotic D 6 new tracks
Post by: Dre-Day on July 30, 2008, 01:09:46 AM
http://www.myspace.com/eworldentertainmentinc 

6 new tracks haha  8)



He has one fuck of a work ethic.

yeah, he got so many projects in the works it's crazy  :laugh:
Title: Re: 30-7: Erotic D 6 new tracks
Post by: ICHI THE KILLER on July 30, 2008, 05:10:24 AM
http://www.myspace.com/eworldentertainmentinc 

6 new tracks haha  8)



here u go  ;) ;)

http://rapidshare.com/files/133559553/erotic_d_part3.rar


i'm not feelin' that rock track, and one song is if i'm correct with D.O.C
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Dre-Day on July 30, 2008, 05:49:29 AM
once again thanks  ;)

yeah the first track features system of a down ( not my cup of tea   :-\ ).

i'm not sure if DOC is featured on the other track (haven't really listened to it yet), but the title seems familiar  ;)
DOC's myspace is named like that too if i'm not mistaken  ;)
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: ICHI THE KILLER on July 30, 2008, 05:55:04 AM
i'm sure on 95% that in 7'z up is D.O.C that voice difficult to mistake with any1 else  :)
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Dre-Day on July 30, 2008, 07:22:44 AM
i'm sure on 95% that in 7'z up is D.O.C that voice difficult to mistake with any1 else  :)

hehe, yeah i now hear that it's DOC, they even mention him in the beginning  ;)

i was just saying that i hadn't listening to it when i made the last post  ;)
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Chad on July 30, 2008, 07:51:02 AM
i'm diggin' that Last Call track by Six2.... 8)
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Dre-Day on July 30, 2008, 08:02:29 AM
i'm diggin' that Last Call track by Six2.... 8)

yeah it sounds dope  ;)

so far i like  mindovalunatic a lot too  ;) nice dark shit  8)

Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Chad Vader on July 30, 2008, 07:53:44 PM
i'm diggin' that Last Call track by Six2.... 8)


it appears on 6-2īs solo album,hope you got it  ;)(?) (track number 9)
(http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2109/2100986510_b299abf3bf_b.jpg)
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: warrior on July 30, 2008, 09:17:16 PM
new 6two myspace.hit him up and let him know what you think.http://www.myspace.com/sixtwogorilla (http://www.myspace.com/sixtwogorilla) send him a friend request.
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Dre-Day on July 31, 2008, 12:43:42 AM
i'm diggin' that Last Call track by Six2.... 8)


it appears on 6-2īs solo album,hope you got it  ;)(?) (track number 9)



 :-[ i got it, yet i didn't notice it  :laugh:
must have forgotten about the track  ;)


new 6two myspace.hit him up and let him know what you think.http://www.myspace.com/sixtwogorilla (http://www.myspace.com/sixtwogorilla) send him a friend request.
thanks for the info, will do  8)
Title: Erotic D: 2 new tracks
Post by: Dre-Day on July 31, 2008, 08:36:26 AM
http://www.myspace.com/eworldentertainmentinc 

he replaced Wheelz & the track that featured System of a down, with 2 new ones  8)
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: ICHI THE KILLER on July 31, 2008, 04:00:11 PM
erotic d - another way

http://www.zshare.net/audio/16324741fa2fb17d/

erotic d - dressed2 kill

http://www.zshare.net/audio/1632528300622090/
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: warrior on July 31, 2008, 05:42:39 PM
come on mista 2face needs som more friend request before he puts up more tracks http://www.myspace.com/sixtwogorilla (http://www.myspace.com/sixtwogorilla) hit him up,tell your friends to hit him up.
Title: Erotic D: 3 new tracks!
Post by: Dre-Day on August 01, 2008, 01:12:02 AM
http://www.myspace.com/eworldentertainmentinc 

yep he did it again  :laugh:

edit: one of the tracks are from the unreleased album beyond 2000 :o
Title: Re: Erotic D: 3 new tracks!
Post by: ICHI THE KILLER on August 01, 2008, 05:32:51 AM
http://www.myspace.com/eworldentertainmentinc 

yep he did it again  :laugh:

edit: one of the tracks are from the unreleased album beyond 2000 :o


here u go  ;D ;D

http://rapidshare.com/files/134060075/erotic_d.rar
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Lindon on August 01, 2008, 12:32:04 PM
first off mad props to dre-day, ichi and chad on all the hook-ups.  8)

come on mista 2face needs som more friend request before he puts up more tracks http://www.myspace.com/sixtwogorilla (http://www.myspace.com/sixtwogorilla) hit him up,tell your friends to hit him up.

on two face's myspace he says:

"I have 3 new cd's coming soon.One is called The Wake Up,one is called Affiliated.and the other one is called Sinncerlee Yourz Mista 2Face.They will be Coming real soon.I am also tryin to get on Dr. Dre's Detox.write him on my space and request that."

I don't know what the relationship between 6'2 and D.O.C is like now but if it's broken like Erotic's, i am guessing there is very little chance of 6'2 on detox. real shame man. 6'2 belongs on dre's best sh*t, xxplosive and b*tch n*ggaz are two of the best tracks on 2001 for me...
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Dre-Day on August 01, 2008, 12:39:49 PM
first off mad props to dre-day, ichi and chad on all the hook-ups.  8)

come on mista 2face needs som more friend request before he puts up more tracks http://www.myspace.com/sixtwogorilla (http://www.myspace.com/sixtwogorilla) hit him up,tell your friends to hit him up.

on two face's myspace he says:

"I have 3 new cd's coming soon.One is called The Wake Up,one is called Affiliated.and the other one is called Sinncerlee Yourz Mista 2Face.They will be Coming real soon.I am also tryin to get on Dr. Dre's Detox.write him on my space and request that."

I don't know what the relationship between 6'2 and D.O.C is like now but if it's broken like Erotic's, i am guessing there is very little chance of 6'2 on detox. real shame man. 6'2 belongs on dre's best sh*t, xxplosive and b*tch n*ggaz are two of the best tracks on 2001 for me...


you're welcome  ;)


well i can't connect all the dots myself yet, so i'm a bit confused about Six-Two & Dre  :P

maybe the upcoming dubcnn interview with Six-Two will clear up a few things ;)
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Lindon on August 01, 2008, 12:46:58 PM
you're welcome  ;)
well i can't connect all the dots myself yet, so i'm a bit confused about Six-Two & Dre  :P
maybe the upcoming dubcnn interview with Six-Two will clear up a few things ;)

here's hoping man, am anticipating that interview like a muthaf*ka! but guessing that if 6'2's peops are telling people to request 6'2 be on detox, there is very little chance... stranger things have happened though...
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Dre-Day on August 01, 2008, 12:57:40 PM
you're welcome  ;)
well i can't connect all the dots myself yet, so i'm a bit confused about Six-Two & Dre  :P
maybe the upcoming dubcnn interview with Six-Two will clear up a few things ;)

here's hoping man, am anticipating that interview like a muthaf*ka! but guessing that if 6'2's peops are telling people to request 6'2 be on detox, there is very little chance... stranger things have happened though...

i think it's not very likely that Six-Two will be on Detox, either  :-\

i just can't understand how you can go from working on a soloalbum for aftermath, to not working with Dre at all  :-\
i mean, Dre obviously acknowledges the talent of Six-Two.

see? there's a couple of pieces of the puzzle missing  :-\
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: warrior on August 01, 2008, 01:11:09 PM
the reason being,duce was sign to d.o.c,and d.o.c was tryin to sign to dre.d.o.c never got signed so he wanted to fuck everybody else and with duce singed to d.c.o he could not work with dre if d.o.c wasn't happy.this will all be in the interview chad did,plus i just wrote chad and duce wants to do a part 2 and get some shit of his chest.plus there will be an exclusive song with this interview.keep it locked,shits about to get thick.
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Dre-Day on August 01, 2008, 01:12:25 PM
the reason being,duce was sign to d.o.c,and d.o.c was tryin to sign to dre.d.o.c never got signed so he wanted to fuck everybody else and with duce singed to d.c.o he could not work with dre if d.o.c wasn't happy.this will all be in the interview chad did,plus i just wrote chad and duce wants to do a part 2 and get some shit of his chest.plus there will be an exclusive song with this interview.keep it locked,shits about to get thick.

thanks for the update  ;)
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Lindon on August 01, 2008, 01:59:33 PM
the reason being,duce was sign to d.o.c,and d.o.c was tryin to sign to dre.d.o.c never got signed so he wanted to fuck everybody else and with duce singed to d.c.o he could not work with dre if d.o.c wasn't happy.this will all be in the interview chad did,plus i just wrote chad and duce wants to do a part 2 and get some shit of his chest.plus there will be an exclusive song with this interview.keep it locked,shits about to get thick.

thanks for the update  ;)

 8)
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Lindon on August 01, 2008, 02:23:44 PM
come on mista 2face needs som more friend request before he puts up more tracks
6-2īs myspace (http://www.myspace.com/sixtwogorilla)
hit him up,tell your friends to hit him up.

I canīt speak for the rest here,but I donīt fuck with myspace,so why donīt you just chat with us here?  ;)

 ;D
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Chad on August 01, 2008, 02:43:44 PM
my bad guys on the delay...ya boy got locked up!  But I'm back out and back on the grind...I got the message from warrior for Part2, and that will definitely go down....Part 1 will definitely be up this week...no if's and's or but's....I will not keep u waiting!!
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Lindon on August 01, 2008, 02:51:14 PM
my bad guys on the delay...ya boy got locked up!  But I'm back out and back on the grind...I got the message from warrior for Part2, and that will definitely go down....Part 1 will definitely be up this week...no if's and's or but's....I will not keep u waiting!!

that's f*cked up man, pleased to hear you back though. 

dope news on the interviews, your public is waiting!!!  ;D
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Chad Vader on August 01, 2008, 02:52:30 PM
my bad guys on the delay...ya boy got locked up!
But I'm back out and back on the grind...
I got the message from warrior for Part2, and that will definitely go down....
Part 1 will definitely be up this week...no if's and's or but's....I will not keep u waiting!!


I'm patient,so don't worry (about me at least)....
Erotic drops "new" tracks almost daily.
It's funny how little things can trigger shit.
Remember last year when the Shorty B interview went down?
We basicilly got the run down on the whole Dangerous Crew thanks to that.
Since Erotic works with Big Mike we need to hear from him too,to clear everything up around him
Death Row,Rap-A-Lot,Convicts,Geto Boys,the Mr.Officer track and what not.
Keep up the good work  ;)
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Dre-Day on August 01, 2008, 02:57:18 PM
my bad guys on the delay...ya boy got locked up!  But I'm back out and back on the grind...I got the message from warrior for Part2, and that will definitely go down....Part 1 will definitely be up this week...no if's and's or but's....I will not keep u waiting!!

no problem, you couldn't predict this  ;)

i know it will drop, so i can't complain  8)

Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Chad Vader on August 01, 2008, 05:23:23 PM
Chad Vaderīs DFW reviews;


Chadīs  PERSONAL breakdown of  The D.O.C Helter Skelter;

-Intro;
Lyrics; 10
Beat; 10
Dope,like how itīs put together.
-Return Of The Living Dead
Lyrics; 10
Beat; 6
Donīt fit the voice and lyrics like the Remix,which leads me to believe that this is actually the ”real remix”,
the remix how ever is DOPE as fuck.
-From Ruthless 2 Death Row
Lyrics; 10
Beat; 10
Simply love it,the beat suits the story and the end when Erotic D scratch in all the classic D.O.C lines....
ohhhh shit.... that shit is crazy dope.
-Secret Plan
Lyrics; 8
Beat; 8
Some real dark shit reminds me of the ”sound” that RBX used on ”The RBX files”
-Komurshell;
Lyrics; 10
Beat; 10
WTF; this shit is hilarious.
Seems like D.O.C was the mastermind behind those hilarious NWA skits.
-4 My Dogz;
Lyrics; 10
Beat; 10
Another tigth story rap
-45 automatic
Lyrics; 10
Beat; 10
Ohhhh shit,the beat is FIRE,some serial killer shit.
The MC comes correct too.
Simply LOVE it.....
Sonzo OīLight;
Lyrics; 8
Beat; 8
Some dark shit again,but there seems to be a miss match somehow.
Bitchez;
Lyrics; 10
Beat; 10
Some sad shit,love it....
-Interlude
Lyrics; 10
Beat; 6
Thatīs a crazy ass beat,but he drops some knowledge.
THINK IT AIN`T ILLEGAL YET! THINK IT AIN`T ILLEGAL YET!
-Da Hereafter;
Lyrics; 10
Beat; 10
The only thing wrong with this track is the mix,I canīt barely hear the lyrics.
-Exotix Shit;
Lyrics; 7
Beat; 7
Some cypher shit,hmmm not the best trac kon the album but MC Breed saves it.
-Welcome To The New World;
Lyrics; 10
Beat; 10
But Erotic D should left those add lips at home.
-Killa Instinct;
Lyrics; 10
Beat; 10
Damn Iīve slept on this track,is that Dre heīs talking to at the begining?
Thatīs what fucking with the white g*rl do to you,if you do too much that is.  :P ;)
But Iīm in a little conflict with this track...
-Komurshell;
Lyrics; 6
Beat; 6
Average,and Erotic D sounds like Dre on the mic.
-Brand New Formula;
Lyrics; 0
Beat; 0
No,NO you canīt re-create this classic.
-Outro;
Lyrics; 10
Beat; 10
Like how put all the titles together to make sense out of it.
-Crazy Bitches;
Lyrics; 5
Beat; 5
Donīt feel it...

320/360 points that should equal something like 4.5 right?
But still it feels like a 4  :P :laugh:......
and got to add that a more objective rating would be more like 3.5.  ;)



Chad Vaderīs review of the new Erotic tracks;

Checked them quick;
Play with them;
Whatīs up with this track  :laugh: :laugh: :laugh: :laugh:
His flow on this is ehhhhh  :-X :-X :-X
The beat is also a little corny  :-X
1/5

Mr.Murderer;
Heavy guitars,some gangster shit.
The beat us tight too,a mix between "Natural Born Killaz" and "Ski & Dre"..... but not as good.  :P :laugh:
3/5

Serial Killa;
Dope beat,love the piano.... sounds like the beat Dre used on "Up In Smoke" with a little touch of Fred Wreck (Space Boogie era)
So if you love the Chronic 2001 era type of beats,this shit is for you.
The vocals is so,so....
3.8/5  :P

Wait a minute;
Dope beat,love the synth.... the hook is eehhhh  :P
So a new hook,get some other rappers featured... this one might work  :P
But right now itīs just a dope beat and synth with subpar vocals and a wak hook.  :P
2.5/5

My girl;
Dope beat,the hook works.... the lyrics fit the track,but again as a rapper Erotic comes short.
So he might as well get another rapper to perform his lyrics.  :P ;) :laugh:
Another one Iīm sure Luna will like  ;)
3/5

G None Reala
Yes,yes 6-2 is back..... another Fred Wreck (Space Boogie era) type of beat.
Simple but still nice,6-2 comes tight as always.
4/5

Coming Home
Some rock shit.. not even sure if itīs a erotic track.  :P Itīs cool for whatever it is.
3/5 objective  :P ;)

Donīt catch a 187
Who is the other cat on this?
The beat is dope,another Fred Wreck/Dr.Dre inspired beat... Eroticīs vocals even sounds like Dre on this one  :P :laugh:
3.8/5



Once again Erotic D has posted some more tracks on his myspace.
Here's my quick review of the tracks;

Baller Mentality;
The beat is hard hitting,the synth and piano that comes in around 1.15 is mad dope.
Those little drums that comes in at 1.32 is fire too.
It is what it is,gangster shit.... pounding beat,hypnotic piano and the infamous "gangster synth",it's all there.  ;)
Nothing ground breaking,but dope never the less.
3.8 out of 5

Chaos; featuring 6-2 and Big Mike
Holly shit,another 6-2 and Big Mike track.  :o
6-2 and Big Mike rips the beat to shreds.
If the Southern Hydro projects is anything like the two tracks that has leaked from the project so far,we're in for a classic!!!  :o :o
4.2 out of 5

Don't be; featuring El-Dog
Loving the drums,could easily be something Dre would cook up.
There's some southern flavors to the bass line and the synth,which I love.
The hook is a little boring,other than that Erotic and El-Dog comes tight.
3.8 out of 5

The Game Is Ugly
A up tempo gangster track with a hypnotic piano pounding as a backdrop.
Not sure what to say about it,the track is dope and all but can be a little monotonous with only Erotic spitting on it.  :P
3.5 out of 5

Killa Music featuring El-Dog
Tight,El-Dog rips it... the beat is fire too.
4.2 out of 5

Pissed me off featuring El-Dog
Another hard gangster track,sounds like they're mad at cats hating on the south.  :P :laugh:
It's good that it is short,because it's a little monotonous
3.6 out of 5

I'll added the 6-2 track produced by Erotic to the from DubCNN as well:  ;)
I can't wait; 6-2 solo produced by Erotic D
The beat fit 6-2 perfect.
I will let the rating speak for it self;  ;)
4.5 out of 5

overall conclusion;
I must admit; I was a little disappointed on the first tracks that was posted on Erotic D's myspace. (review) (http://www.dubcnn.com/connect/index.php?topic=144128.msg1866138#msg1866138)
Looks like he kept the goodies from us  :D ;),the recent tracks is more in direction of style and quality I expects from Erotic D.  8)



Two new Erotic D tracks has been added to his myspace,thanx for bringing it to my attention.

Music Me
Dope beat,nice story rap. A banger for sure,tight.
3/5

U need dat featuring El Dog from Genacide
I feel this too,beat is banging and nice to hear El Dog featured.
4/5

This is the flavor I like to hear more off,not that club shit.

6 new tracks on
http://www.myspace.com/eworldentertainmentinc 
;)

in 1 file enjoy  ;D
Erotic myspace tracks review part 3
(http://mashad09.googlepages.com/download-putar.gif) (http://rapidshare.com/files/131847804/erotic.rar)



-Fuck Yo Crew;
A nice party beat,all the rappers come nice.
3.5 out of 5
-Line Up;
This beat and piano sounds similar to his "Serial Killer" track.
The beat is pounding,the rappers fit well too.
3.5 out of 5
-The Place To Get Down;
A nice and mellow beat,some G-Funk shit.
3.7 out of 5
-Playaz Nit Out featuring 6-2 and Verse;
ehhhh,nahhhh... Not my style.
2.5 out of 5
-Raise Your Head featuring El-Dog;
Tight,dope sample,beat and El-Dog sounds nice on it.
4 out of 5
-We ain't cool;
A hardcore "gangster" beat,the hook is a little weak. (sounds unfinished(?))
Who is the last cat that get cut off?
3 out of 5


Updated with the 3 new tracks that Erotic hooked NonCentz/DubCNN up with;

-I'll Kill Ya featuring El Dog http://www.dubcnm.com/audio/2008/july/el_dog-ill_kill_ya-(dubcnn).mp3
Dope beat,real cinematic and El-Dog comes nice too.
4 out 5
Kiss My Ass (Feat. 6-2 & El Dog) http://www.dubcnm.com/audio/2008/july/erotic_d-kiss_my_ass-(feat-6-2-el_dog)-(dubcnn).mp3
A hard hitting beat,donīt really see 6-2 on these kind kind of beats,dope the less.
3.8 out of 5
Payback http://www.dubcnm.com/audio/2008/july/erotic_d-payback-(dubcnn).mp3
Another stab at D.O.C  :o  :P Go back to smoking crack....  :P you handicaped rapper  :P itīs karma you punk  :P
3.5 out 5




once again 6 new tracks   http://www.myspace.com/eworldentertainmentinc  8)


Erotic MySpace tracks part 4

C Me On The Block
Hmmm,a hype track. Don't really feel the hook,the rest is cool.
3.5 out of 5
Drama
Some gangster shit,I think this track might be a grower.
3.8 out of 5
Here We Go
The beat is some old school shit which sounds dope,but don't really feel the hook on this one either.
All the raps is cool.
3.5 out of 5
Lifestyle
This one is nice,like the Kongo drums.
3.8 out of 5
Nickel Dime
Nice beat,reminds me a little off "Geto Boys; LivinīFor The Moment" by Mike Dean. Anyways shit is tight.
4.2 out of 5
Tailor Made
A smooth and fun track where Erotic and El-Dog trade verses back and forth.
4 out of 5


all in 1 file again enjoy  8) 8)
Erotic MySpace tracks part 4
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http://www.myspace.com/eworldentertainmentinc 
6 new tracks haha  8)

Erotic MySpace tracks part 5
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+
erotic d - another way (http://www.zshare.net/audio/16324741fa2fb17d/)
erotic d - dressed2 kill (http://www.zshare.net/audio/1632528300622090/)


1st of the month featuring El Dog
A little monotonous beat,it's ok I guess
3.5 out 5
7z Up featuring Erotic D,D.O.C,6-2,El-Dog
sounds like some pre-production shit,still dope to hear all them cats on the track. The sound quality suck too  :-\ anyway.
4 out of 5
Fuck AmeriKKKa
The lyrics is cool and all,but this rock shit is too much for me  :P :laugh:
2 out of 5
Last Call
This track appears on 6-2 solo album,a fun track.
4 out of 5
Mind Ova Lunatic
This is nice,love the flute... tight
4.3 out 5
Wheelz
A fun beat and hook but the vocal and lyrics don't fit. The lyrics is recycled too.
2.5 out 5
Another Way featuring Big Mike
Nice to hear Big Mike once again,itīs a cool track... but still average.
3 out of 5
Dressed 2 Kill featuring 6-2
ooohhhh weeee this is dope,loving the piano beat and 6-2 is killing it as always.
4.3 out of 5



http://www.myspace.com/eworldentertainmentinc 
yep he did it again  :laugh:
edit: one of the tracks are from the unreleased album beyond 2000 :o

here u go  ;D ;D
Erotic MySpace tracks part 6
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To review Erotic tracks has become a daily job  :P :laugh: ;)
Props for the hook ups and Erotic for sharing them with us.

New Years Eve 1999
The beat and lyrics reminds of the style he used on Helter Skelter,that New World Order shit.
Which ain't a bad thing  ;) Anyway,I'm a sucker for dark shit.... so  ;)
4 out of 5

Lookin Me
Tight beat,sounds like something 6-2 usually spits over,so I guess it's cool to hear Erotic over this type of beat too.
4 out of 5

Wake Up
Hmmm,another stab at D.O.C. Correct if I'm,but didn't Erotic say that he got a huge advance and royalties for Helter Skelter (in the interview).
And on this track he says he didn't get shit for it?  :P ehhh? Confused.
Anyway don't really feel the track musically,the whole Cranberries thing ain't my style.  :P ;)
2 out of 5
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Chad Vader on August 01, 2008, 06:33:22 PM
whut up Vader,you say you don't fuck with myspace,
but you steal all the songs off erotic d myspace with the download helper.
thats called a busta and by the way erotic knows.


ehhh,now you lost me  ;).... as you can see it's Ichi that has hooked up the tracks  ;)
Anyway,I have purchase every album I feel + I'm collector.
I paid 40$ for your solo album on Amazon,and has bid on the first Genacide. (That is priced 60$).
It's not about stealing,it's about getting what's out there and the quality is distorted anyway. So I see it as a preview  ;).
So when you and Erotic put out hard copies of your new shit,I will support it.  ;)
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Chad Vader on August 01, 2008, 06:51:43 PM
my fault vader i didnt catch that,,just saw the link under your name.
sorry fam and by the way i am not 6two.
just somebody tryin to get him back to where he should be and friend,
and we really do thank u 4 your support.


No problem I added his link to my review to kinda organize it.  ;)
Anyway if you got copies laying around of the first Genacide album,
I'm pretty sure most of the cats that's active in this thread would like to get their hands on it,
for a reasonable price off course.  ;)
I had my bid in for over a month now with no luck.
Off course I've downloaded it,but as a collector I would like a hardcopy of it.  ;)
And what's up with the Southern Hydro project? The īDown Homeī track is off the meat rack.
Sorry for assuming that youīre 6-2.  ;)
I appreciate that you stop by and let us know what's up.



tryin to get duce to put up a snocap on his myspace,let me talk to him.
I dont want to sell anything without his permission.


oki I see. Anyway,you can sell it Amazon too (if you got a lot of copies laying around)  ;)
I think you guys can reach more people on there,+ people trust Amazon.  ;)

Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Lindon on August 02, 2008, 01:53:41 AM
my fault vader i didnt catch that,,just saw the link under your name.sorry fam and buy the way i am not 6two,just somebody tryin to get him back to where he should be and friend,and we really do thank u 4 your support.

props on the comeback warrior.

on some real sh*t, noncentz, chad, dre-day, ichi and others have been trying hard to keep two face, erotic, el dog and all the cats in that camp's names and music alive here because we are fans of their sh*t. i can't speak for everyone on here but most cop all the sh*t they can to support the artists.

mr ed feddie, erotic and all the dudes deserve hella recognition. hopefully in our small way we are working toward your aim to put two face where he should be at...

tryin to get duce to put up a snocap on his myspace,let me talk to him.i dont want to sell anything without his permission.

that would be dope, mad props on that.  8)
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Dre-Day on August 02, 2008, 03:01:19 AM
my fault vader i didnt catch that,,just saw the link under your name.sorry fam and buy the way i am not 6two,just somebody tryin to get him back to where he should be and friend,and we really do thank u 4 your support.

props on the comeback warrior.

on some real sh*t, noncentz, chad, dre-day, ichi and others have been trying hard to keep two face, erotic, el dog and all the cats in that camp's names and music alive here because we are fans of their sh*t. i can't speak for everyone on here but most cop all the sh*t they can to support the artists.

mr ed feddie, erotic and all the dudes deserve hella recognition. hopefully in our small way we are working toward your aim to put two face where he should be at...

tryin to get duce to put up a snocap on his myspace,let me talk to him.i dont want to sell anything without his permission.

that would be dope, mad props on that.  8)

oh yeah for sure, i really like to support the movement  :)

independent music is kicking the mainstream's ass  8)


New Years Eve 1999
The beat and lyrics reminds of the style he used on Helter Skelter,that New World Order shit.
Which ain't a bad thing  ;) Anyway,I'm a sucker for dark shit.... so  ;)
4 out of 5

oh yeah i love that sound too!  8)

Erotic's performance is fire by the way  :firedevil:
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Chad Vader on August 02, 2008, 08:58:58 AM
whut up Vader,the two songs you were wondering about from the d.o.c-deuce will be on 6two the wake up CD.


That's super news  :o :o,I love those tracks  ;)


thank you to all fam for removing the downloads.


Do you want us to take em down?
I see it as promotion as the sound quality is distorted anyway,
so if people want to get proper quality they'll purchase the albums when it they drop.  ;)
But it's your music  ;) So let us know  ;)
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Dre-Day on August 02, 2008, 10:23:12 AM
whut up vader,the two songs you were wondering about from the d.o.c-deuce will be on 6two the wake up cd.thank you to all fam for removing the downloads.

 8)
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Chad Vader on August 02, 2008, 10:25:40 AM
what you have now is fine,just post his myspace in a reply when new songs are up,


Like you can see for yourself,the way it has worked is that Dre-Day has updated us on what goes on in the "myspace world",
and Ichi hooked the tracks up. I always quote their posts with both the myspace and download link as source.  ;)
So what you want us to do in the future is to just post link to the myspace?
I can off course only speak for myself,but if the others read this I'm sure they will respect your wishes  ;)


and one more thing deuce and big mike is still coming.
they have to record everything over because it was stolen.


NOOOOOOO  :'( :-\  :P shit,you have no clue who did it and can obtain the tracks?
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Chad on August 02, 2008, 11:43:39 PM
yo warrior, save some info for the interview!   ;D ;D

by the way, if any of you cats got more questions for Six2 hook me up with them...i go the first round down...
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Dre-Day on August 03, 2008, 08:42:36 AM
http://www.amazon.com/Caution-Mr-Two-Face/dp/B000CAGSVI/ref=sr_1_7?ie=UTF8&s=music&qid=1217778103&sr=1-7


has anyone ever heard of this release?
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Chad on August 04, 2008, 04:58:02 PM
Six2 interview is coming......... 8)   The page is being done as we speak....

it's dope!
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: 3rd Coast on August 04, 2008, 09:28:54 PM
(http://img155.imageshack.us/img155/7986/twofaceib2.jpg)



this fella is from flint... i think i got this album layin down around the house somewhere..
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: 3rd Coast on August 04, 2008, 10:11:21 PM
http://www.amazon.com/Caution-Mr-Two-Face/dp/B000CAGSVI/ref=sr_1_7?ie=UTF8&s=music&qid=1217778103&sr=1-7
has anyone ever heard of this release?

Mr.Two-Face; Caution
(http://img155.imageshack.us/img155/7986/twofaceib2.jpg)
http://www.amazon.com/Caution-Mr-Two-Face/dp/B000CAGSVI/ref=sr_1_7?ie=UTF8&s=music&qid=1217778103&sr=1-7
Code: [Select]
Track Listings
1. Till Game Over
2. Oh Girl
3. Ladies Man
4. Test Me
5. Call on Me
6. Snatch Back
7. Last Call


this fella is from flint... i think i got this album layin down around the house somewhere..



Thanx for clearing that up  ;)



yeah didnt want yall get ya hopes up.. kuz i was like... that album sounds familiar... n 6-2 never been that fat...he always been a lil dj quikish in the weight regions...

i know its 2  two faces... n i couldnt remember til i came to this thread earlier.. n saw the cover layin down near my cd book...
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Dre-Day on August 05, 2008, 12:58:15 AM
yeah thanks, so the track name similarity with Six-Two's track Last Call was just a coincidence  ;)
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Chad Vader on August 06, 2008, 12:37:00 PM
NonCentz DFW interviews;

DUBCNN: Exclusive Interview With Six2 aka Mr. TwoFace! (http://www.dubcnn.com/interviews/six2/)

comments (http://www.dubcnn.com/connect/index.php?topic=189518.0)

Erotic D Interview (Part 1) (http://www.dubcnn.com/interviews/eroticd-part1/)

comments part 1 (http://www.dubcnn.com/connect/index.php?topic=184279.0)

Erotic D Interview (Part 2) (http://www.dubcnn.com/interviews/eroticd-part2/)

comments part 2 (http://www.dubcnn.com/connect/index.php?topic=186123.0)

Exclusive Erotic D Interview (Part 3) (http://www.dubcnn.com/interviews/eroticd-part3/)

comments part 3 (http://www.dubcnn.com/connect/index.php?topic=188015.0)
Title: Erotic D, 6 new tracks!
Post by: Dre-Day on August 08, 2008, 12:53:28 AM
http://www.myspace.com/eworldentertainmentinc 

check out the 6 new tracks  ;)
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Chad Vader on August 08, 2008, 04:10:29 AM
if any of you cats got more questions for Six2 (part 2) hook me up with them...

^^^^^^
Title: Re: Erotic D, 6 new tracks!
Post by: ICHI THE KILLER on August 08, 2008, 06:16:37 AM
http://www.myspace.com/eworldentertainmentinc 

check out the 6 new tracks  ;)

enjoy  8) 8)

http://rapidshare.com/files/135806583/erotic_d.rar
Title: Re: Erotic D, 6 new tracks!
Post by: Lindon on August 09, 2008, 07:28:10 AM
http://www.myspace.com/eworldentertainmentinc 

check out the 6 new tracks  ;)

enjoy  8) 8)

http://rapidshare.com/files/135806583/erotic_d.rar

props man 8)
Title: Re: Erotic D, 6 new tracks!
Post by: Chad Vader on August 10, 2008, 03:24:07 AM
http://www.myspace.com/eworldentertainmentinc 
check out the 6 new tracks  ;)

enjoy  8) 8)
Erotic MySpace tracks part 7
(http://mashad09.googlepages.com/download-putar.gif) (http://rapidshare.com/files/135806583/erotic_d.rar)


Bring It Back featuring Ujah
Cool.
3.5 out of 5

Da Bizness featuring El-Dog
I love this one,laid back... love the synth that comes in on the 2nd verse.
4.5 out of 5

Freestyle;
Tight beat,loving it... but should be used for a real track not just a freestyle
4 out of 5

On 1;
Nice,a little repetitive though
3.5 out of 5

U doNīt knOw me;
I don't know about this one  :P,a hype track.... heīs venting some feelings  :P
3 out of 5

Gotta Stay Fly
Not really feeling it.
2.5 out of 5


Bonus;

What Would You Do featuring 6-2 http://www.dubcnm.com/audio/2008/august/six_2-what_would_you_do-(dubcnn).mp3
A fun little track,the replayed Billie Jean sounds dope... the bass line is classic.
Snoop/Eastsidaz used this bass line to on;
Eastsidaz lets roll ft snoop dogg.mp3 (http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?qtmawlwrsry)
Anyway 6-2 voice fit perfect over this beat...
4 out of 5
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Mr. 214 on August 10, 2008, 12:18:57 PM
The Eastsidaz song employs ELEMENTS of Billiejean. Erotic & Two Face recreated it with live drums & strings etc. Erotic just announced, out here in Dallas, that him and Six2 will do a joint street album that MAY go under the group name MR. 2FACE & MR. MURDERER. He says it MAY be titled MR. MR. Don't know bout you guys but i would love to hear that. Supposedly they have been recording new material for this  and just feel as though they didn't feature each other enough on either of their albums. So they want to have some fun.
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Dre-Day on August 10, 2008, 12:48:36 PM
The Eastsidaz song employs ELEMENTS of Billiejean. Erotic & Two Face recreated it with live drums & strings etc. Erotic just announced, out here in Dallas, that him and Six2 will do a joint street album that MAY go under the group name MR. 2FACE & MR. MURDERER. He says it MAY be titled MR. MR. Don't know bout you guys but i would love to hear that. Supposedly they have been recording new material for this  and just feel as though they didn't feature each other enough on either of their albums. So they want to have some fun.

interesting, thanks for the info  :)  8)

another project to look forward to  :)
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: ICHI THE KILLER on August 10, 2008, 01:28:13 PM
The Eastsidaz song employs ELEMENTS of Billiejean. Erotic & Two Face recreated it with live drums & strings etc. Erotic just announced, out here in Dallas, that him and Six2 will do a joint street album that MAY go under the group name MR. 2FACE & MR. MURDERER. He says it MAY be titled MR. MR. Don't know bout you guys but i would love to hear that. Supposedly they have been recording new material for this  and just feel as though they didn't feature each other enough on either of their albums. So they want to have some fun.


both r dope so could very interesting ;D
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: D-Stress on August 10, 2008, 04:57:49 PM
dope thread.
shit, i didnt know erotic prod. for jamal  :o 8) dope album.
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Chad Vader on August 11, 2008, 01:49:59 AM
The Eastsidaz song employs ELEMENTS of Billiejean. Erotic & Two Face recreated it with live drums & strings etc.


I know that  ;) I just thought it would be fun/interesting for cats that have not heard the Eastsidaz track to check out.  ;)


Erotic just announced, out here in Dallas, that him and Six2 will do a joint street album that MAY go under the group name MR. 2FACE & MR. MURDERER. He says it MAY be titled MR. MR.
Don't know bout you guys but i would love to hear that.
Supposedly they have been recording new material for this  and just feel as though they didn't feature each other enough on either of their albums.
So they want to have some fun.


Why not just include Erotic in Genacide?
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Dre-Day on August 12, 2008, 08:50:30 AM

Chadīs  PERSONAL breakdown of  The D.O.C Helter Skelter;

-Brand New Formula;
Lyrics; 0
Beat; 0
No,NO you canīt re-create this classic.




16 - Brand New Formula -  :-[ 1/5


Chad, wouldn't you say that we've been a little too critical on that track?
i mean i still think it would have been better if The Formula wasn't recreated, as the original is better, but it's a better remake track than return of da livin' dead OG  IMO   ;)

on a side note, HighEyeCue is really needed in this topic  :baseballbat:
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Kilo4 on August 12, 2008, 08:56:00 AM

Chadīs  PERSONAL breakdown of  The D.O.C Helter Skelter;

-Brand New Formula;
Lyrics; 0
Beat; 0
No,NO you canīt re-create this classic.




16 - Brand New Formula -  :-[ 1/5


Chad, wouldn't you say that we've been a little too critical on that track?
i mean i still think it would have been better if The Formula wasn't recreated, as the original is better, but it's a better remake track than return of da livin' dead OG  IMO   ;)

on a side note, HighEyeCue is really needed in this topic  :baseballbat:

that is WHAT MAKES the SONG fool, remaking it and adding a different spin to it to tripp out too.

he did it, its been released, DOC has good ideas and knowledge, so that makes me right.
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Chad Vader on August 13, 2008, 03:00:48 AM

Chadīs  PERSONAL breakdown of  The D.O.C Helter Skelter;

-Brand New Formula;
Lyrics; 0
Beat; 0
No,NO you can't recreate this classic.




16 - Brand New Formula -  :-[ 1/5



Chad, wouldn't you say that we've been a little too critical on that track?
i mean i still think it would have been better if The Formula wasn't recreated, as the original is better,
but it's a better remake track than return of da livin' dead OG  IMO   ;)



I probably was a little hard on it  :P
The OG is one of my all time favorite tracks. (I still got the FM remix in rotation  :P.)
So I feel that it was a mistake to remake it.
That said listening to the track now,it's sounds cool.... but ain't something I will put in rotation  :P ;)
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Chad Vader on August 13, 2008, 03:03:02 AM
DFW audio;

Attitude & Six Two ft Timbaland - I'm A Real Nigga
http://www.zshare.net/audio/8103852a4bc4e1/
Produced by Timbaland

(http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/21eQRP1BM1L._AA130_.jpg)
01 Return Of Da Livin' Dead (Remix).mp3 produced by Erotic D
http://www.mediafire.com/?u162bhyjj1l

(http://pics.myspaceprofiles.org/308/l/112958308_6.jpg)(http://a822.ac-images.myspacecdn.com/images01/19/m_83ef13d488418dc08108ef56ab6700ed.jpg)
as requested:
Six 2 & Big Mike - Down home (http://www.zshare.net/audio/75798669d48fa3/) Zshare
+
Six 2 & Big Mike - Down home (http://www.mediafire.com/?mimnn24omnm) MediaFire

^^^^^^Finally we get an MP3 of it  :D :D :D :D :D,props. ^^^^^
Hereīs the video for those of you who still havenīt seen it  ;);
Big Mike & Six 2 "Down Home" feat. Young Bleed
http://www.youtube.com/v/IGE91fijXyw&rel


i got these 2
The D.O.C. ft MC Ren, Ice Cube, Snoop Dogg & Six Two (4:58)
http://www.zshare.net/audio/5429282d1bca54/
&
The D.O.C. ft Xzibit, MC Ren, Ice Cube & Six Two (5:15)
http://www.zshare.net/audio/5429409226eab9/ dead link
http://www.zshare.net/audio/150308898d8386b1/ RE-UP
and
http://www.mediafire.com/?mgw1wzzymw4 8)

The Shit (Instrumental): http://www.mediafire.com/?1jmvzyhtyyz

Quote
The D.O.C; Deuce PROMO
(http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/417BYGQX1JL._AA240_.jpg)
DUBCNN.zip
http://www.mediafire.com/?5ybwnwda1g9


Quote

Fela Fresh Crew - Taking Charge 1991 http://www.discogs.com/release/247012
(http://www.geocities.jp/cahors_kaorum/disc/felafresh.jpg)
Flowin' With The Rhythm (3:49) Written-By - Erotic D* , Jonezy J , L. Pinchback* produced by Erotic D
http://www.mediafire.com/?zsx1nfdmwty


Quote

Hereīs another track produced Erotic,that features Jamal and Passion.
Jamal; Last Chance, No Breaks http://www.amazon.com/Last-Chance-No-Breaks-Jamal/dp/B000008PQG
(http://g-ecx.images-amazon.com/images/G/01/ciu/80/cd/e5bd9330dca0374f0add1010._AA200_.L.jpg)
Unfu**kwittable (5:54)
http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?nmyzvpt44it
Featuring - George Clinton
Producer - Erotic D. http://www.discogs.com/artist/Erotic+D.
Vocals - Jamal and Passion



Quote

Hereīs a track featuring 6-2 from a awesome album by One Gud Cide which is also from DFW.
One Gud Cide - Contradictions [Scarred 4 Life] (1999)
(http://bp3.blogger.com/_iim3KvLeaKU/RsCat3fSvJI/AAAAAAAAAEg/zz6fnal-5Es/s320/onegudcide.jpg)
Love And Hate featuring 6-2;
http://www.mediafire.com/?edxajlxmzgn



new 6two myspace. hit him up and let him know what you think.
6-2īs myspace (http://www.myspace.com/sixtwogorilla)
send him a friend request.

Thanx,all the tracks have already been featured on Eroticīs Myspace  ;).
I would love to hear full versions of these two tracks though;

Requesting full versions of the unreleased tracks from The Deuce promo tape;
08 dubcnn 08.m4a 6-2 solo
http://www.mediafire.com/?xelz4luxjh5
10 dubcnn 10.m4a The D.O.C,6-2 and friends
http://www.mediafire.com/?ijzjxggmjzl

Both tracks is BANANAS!!!!




As requested by NonCentz;
9:18; Reincarnated; 6-2!!!!
(http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/219B78EZKJL._SL500_AA130_.jpg)
House OF Pympz Featuring 6-2.m4a (8.66 MB) produced by Mr.Lee The track is absolutely fire so don't sleep
http://www.mediafire.com/?m5ubtvnes4g
(http://www.clicksmilies.com/s1106/starwars/star-wars-smiley-013.gif)




Money Waters - Niggalaws
(http://cdbaby.name/m/o/moneywaters2.jpg)
Eva Changin feat Six2 & Young Bleed MP3 (http://www.zshare.net/audio/1693420730234c65/) Zshare
+
Eva Changin feat Six2 & Young Bleed MP3 (http://www.mediafire.com/?nxx4fdczklj) MediaFire
http://cdbaby.com/cd/moneywaters2
www.moneywaters.com
www.myspace.com/moneywaters
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Dre-Day on August 13, 2008, 06:53:06 AM

Chadīs  PERSONAL breakdown of  The D.O.C Helter Skelter;

-Brand New Formula;
Lyrics; 0
Beat; 0
No,NO you can't recreate this classic.




16 - Brand New Formula -  :-[ 1/5



Chad, wouldn't you say that we've been a little too critical on that track?
i mean i still think it would have been better if The Formula wasn't recreated, as the original is better,
but it's a better remake track than return of da livin' dead OG  IMO   ;)



I probably was a little hard on it  :P
The OG is one of my all time favorite tracks. (I still got the FM remix in rotation  :P.)
So I feel that it was a mistake to remake it.
That said listening to the track now,it's sounds cool.... but ain't something I will put in rotation  :P ;)


i understand  ;)
yeah i think it just depends on how you rate it  ;)


Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Mr. 214 on August 15, 2008, 01:48:56 PM
I think The Brand New Formula was dope as hell! IMO the only thing that held that song back was D.O.C's voice. 2 give the beat a zero is a hater move. How can the beat be a zero when it uses the very same sample as the original??? Erotic added  a different bassline, some live drums, Jazze Pha on the hook, dope cuts, etc!! Plus it is unfair to judge the producer in this case on ANY remake of old D.O.C. songs since i know Erotic would have probably wanted to produce an entire album of new songs. The two remakes on this album sound like an attempt to bridge the old and the new by D.O.C. I understand why since the voice is CRAZY different. With D.O.C., in a sense being Erotic's boss on this album, i think it totally unfair to rate the beat a zero. Listen to the rest of that album. Do you hear ANY other songs that REMOTELY sound like NO ONE CAN DO IT BETTER? D.O.C. should have let Erotic continue to pull music out of his imagination or WHEREVER on the rest of the album. Even after saying that, I say HELTER SKELTER was the shit!!
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Chad Vader on August 15, 2008, 02:40:39 PM
I think The Brand New Formula was dope as hell! IMO the only thing that held that song back was D.O.C's voice.
2 give the beat a zero is a hater move. How can the beat be a zero when it uses the very same sample as the original???
Erotic added  a different bassline, some live drums, Jazze Pha on the hook, dope cuts, etc!!
Plus it is unfair to judge the producer in this case on ANY remake of old D.O.C. songs since
i know Erotic would have probably wanted to produce an entire album of new songs.
The two remakes on this album sound like an attempt to bridge the old and the new by D.O.C.
I understand why since the voice is CRAZY different. With D.O.C., in a sense being Erotic's boss on this album,
i think it totally unfair to rate the beat a zero. Listen to the rest of that album.
Do you hear ANY other songs that REMOTELY sound like NO ONE CAN DO IT BETTER?
D.O.C. should have let Erotic continue to pull music out of his imagination or
WHEREVER on the rest of the album. Even after saying that, I say HELTER SKELTER was the shit!!


I see and agree with what you're saying  ;) The reason for hating on it was simply because I love the original to death  ;)
Anyway,I love Helter Skelter as you can read here; (the full review)
http://www.dubcnn.com/connect/index.php?topic=144128.msg1738137#msg1738137
But DOC should have skipped the remakes  ;)
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Mr. 214 on August 15, 2008, 06:14:42 PM
I definitely understand your point Mr. Vader. The O.G. version will sound amazing each and every time you play it.
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Dre-Day on August 17, 2008, 11:14:25 AM
I think The Brand New Formula was dope as hell! IMO the only thing that held that song back was D.O.C's voice. 2 give the beat a zero is a hater move. How can the beat be a zero when it uses the very same sample as the original??? Erotic added  a different bassline, some live drums, Jazze Pha on the hook, dope cuts, etc!! Plus it is unfair to judge the producer in this case on ANY remake of old D.O.C. songs since i know Erotic would have probably wanted to produce an entire album of new songs. The two remakes on this album sound like an attempt to bridge the old and the new by D.O.C. I understand why since the voice is CRAZY different. With D.O.C., in a sense being Erotic's boss on this album, i think it totally unfair to rate the beat a zero. Listen to the rest of that album. Do you hear ANY other songs that REMOTELY sound like NO ONE CAN DO IT BETTER? D.O.C. should have let Erotic continue to pull music out of his imagination or WHEREVER on the rest of the album. Even after saying that, I say HELTER SKELTER was the shit!!

i wish Helter Skelter would be re-released and digitally remastered  :raisetheroof:
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: warrior on August 25, 2008, 05:49:27 PM
six2 has 2 new cd's droppin in december,the wake up and affiliated.keep it locked
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Big_Ron on August 25, 2008, 11:41:57 PM
Its only right that they do like a supergroup album or whatever asap. Thats definitely gotta happen real soon.
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Dre-Day on August 26, 2008, 05:40:46 AM
six2 has 2 new cd's droppin in december,the wake up and affiliated.keep it locked

yeah i saw the bulletin message on myspace  ;)
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Chad Vader on September 03, 2008, 10:40:00 AM

Big Mike is not from Dallas (heīs from New Orleans),but heīs in Southern Hydro with 6-2. So I figured I could post this here  ;)

Big Mike interview in The Source September 1994, NO.60
(http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3291/2824798769_fc5350003e_b.jpg)

Big mike; Something Serious review in The Source August 1994 NO.59
(http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3190/2825636688_beae751e5b_b.jpg)
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Chad Vader on September 08, 2008, 04:44:15 PM
Erotic D; The Black Bruce Willis
(http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3023/2841523970_f3906dc378_b.jpg)

where is that ad from?


Down Magzine; Dedicated to Southern Hip-Hop Music & Culture (http://www.downmagazine.com/)
(http://a561.ac-images.myspacecdn.com/images01/17/m_a5b09722c00532bf090e04326715b2e0.jpg)
http://www.myspace.com/downmagazine
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Dre-Day on September 08, 2008, 11:56:03 PM
where is that ad from?
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Dre-Day on September 09, 2008, 02:00:09 AM
i see ;)
was the ad from a recent issue of the magazine or?
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Dre-Day on September 09, 2008, 02:07:45 AM
i see ;)
was the ad from a recent issue of the magazine or?


nah... 2-3 years old  :P I happent to see it (again),when I was looking for a Statlanta review for Meho.
So I figured I could post it.  ;)

i see  ;)

anyway, let's hope that the album is really coming like Mr.214 said  :)

Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Mr. 214 on September 09, 2008, 12:54:25 PM
I kicked it at the strip club with Erotic this weekend. THE BLACK BRUCE WILLIS is DEFINITELY dropping at Amazon, iTunes, etc. VERY soon. Followed by his R&B artist VERSE. Then AFFILIATED and all of this is within weeks of each other. We will have it ALL b4 Thanksgiving. Then about 7 or 8 more projects. I can't remember. I WAS FUCKED UP! THE BOY IS INSANE!! He named off about 9 or 10 projects. Soon as i get more info, i will pass it on to you guys. PEACE!! LET'S MAKE THIS A MOVEMENT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Dre-Day on September 09, 2008, 02:51:23 PM
I kicked it at the strip club with Erotic this weekend. THE BLACK BRUCE WILLIS is DEFINITELY dropping at Amazon, iTunes, etc. VERY soon. Followed by his R&B artist VERSE. Then AFFILIATED and all of this is within weeks of each other. We will have it ALL b4 Thanksgiving. Then about 7 or 8 more projects. I can't remember. I WAS FUCKED UP! THE BOY IS INSANE!! He named off about 9 or 10 projects. Soon as i get more info, i will pass it on to you guys. PEACE!! LET'S MAKE THIS A MOVEMENT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
thanks a lot for the update  8)

yeah i was referring to your previous update, in my last post  ;)
so i wasn't questioning the release  :laugh: ;)

anyway, yeah the lineup is crazy  :o :laugh:



Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Mr. 214 on September 09, 2008, 09:13:53 PM
Southern Hydro IS coming thru Erotic. As far as who is signed to him, i'm not in the music business and Erotic is very private about his business. He kept telling me at the strip club to stop talking to him about music(LOL!!) He would rather DO music than answer a million questions about it. He doesn't understand what the big deal is. I WILL say this.....He is VERY excited about all of the interviews he has coming out and the thread that you guys have going here. He is a hip hop head to the fullest and loves to let people hear new shit. I have tried to get him to come on here and communicate with you guys, but he says that is what his myspace page is for. He is a very down to earth dude. So i'm sure i will be able to get him to do it in the future. THAT'S IF YOU GUYS WANT TO TALK WITH HIM. I don't mean to assume that you do. Anyway....THE BLACK BRUCE WILLIS just went on sale at CD Baby today! JUST got a text from Erotic! LITERALLY!!
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Dre-Day on September 10, 2008, 01:40:27 AM
Southern Hydro IS coming thru Erotic. As far as who is signed to him, i'm not in the music business and Erotic is very private about his business. He kept telling me at the strip club to stop talking to him about music(LOL!!) He would rather DO music than answer a million questions about it. He doesn't understand what the big deal is. I WILL say this.....He is VERY excited about all of the interviews he has coming out and the thread that you guys have going here. He is a hip hop head to the fullest and loves to let people hear new shit. I have tried to get him to come on here and communicate with you guys, but he says that is what his myspace page is for. He is a very down to earth dude. So i'm sure i will be able to get him to do it in the future. THAT'S IF YOU GUYS WANT TO TALK WITH HIM. I don't mean to assume that you do. Anyway....THE BLACK BRUCE WILLIS just went on sale at CD Baby today! JUST got a text from Erotic! LITERALLY!!

yeah i've talked to him via myspace a couple of times, but it would be great if he signed up here, for those that don't use myspace  ;)
i respect whatever decision he makes though  :)

anyway, you're referring to this:
http://cdbaby.com/cd/eroticd

if so, is that tracklisting correct?
i thought Erotic had scrapped a few of those  ;)
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: ICHI THE KILLER on September 10, 2008, 05:27:28 AM
Southern Hydro IS coming thru Erotic. As far as who is signed to him, i'm not in the music business and Erotic is very private about his business. He kept telling me at the strip club to stop talking to him about music(LOL!!) He would rather DO music than answer a million questions about it. He doesn't understand what the big deal is. I WILL say this.....He is VERY excited about all of the interviews he has coming out and the thread that you guys have going here. He is a hip hop head to the fullest and loves to let people hear new shit. I have tried to get him to come on here and communicate with you guys, but he says that is what his myspace page is for. He is a very down to earth dude. So i'm sure i will be able to get him to do it in the future. THAT'S IF YOU GUYS WANT TO TALK WITH HIM. I don't mean to assume that you do. Anyway....THE BLACK BRUCE WILLIS just went on sale at CD Baby today! JUST got a text from Erotic! LITERALLY!!


im gonna buy it soon  ;D ;D
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Chad on September 10, 2008, 06:46:04 AM
Southern Hydro IS coming thru Erotic. As far as who is signed to him, i'm not in the music business and Erotic is very private about his business. He kept telling me at the strip club to stop talking to him about music(LOL!!) He would rather DO music than answer a million questions about it. He doesn't understand what the big deal is. I WILL say this.....He is VERY excited about all of the interviews he has coming out and the thread that you guys have going here. He is a hip hop head to the fullest and loves to let people hear new shit. I have tried to get him to come on here and communicate with you guys, but he says that is what his myspace page is for. He is a very down to earth dude. So i'm sure i will be able to get him to do it in the future. THAT'S IF YOU GUYS WANT TO TALK WITH HIM. I don't mean to assume that you do. Anyway....THE BLACK BRUCE WILLIS just went on sale at CD Baby today! JUST got a text from Erotic! LITERALLY!!

yeah i've talked to him via myspace a couple of times, but it would be great if he signed up here, for those that don't use myspace  ;)
i respect whatever decision he makes though  :)

anyway, you're referring to this:
http://cdbaby.com/cd/eroticd

if so, is that tracklisting correct?
i thought Erotic had scrapped a few of those  ;)

That's it!  Go get your copy today and support Erotic D! 
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Dre-Day on September 10, 2008, 06:53:51 AM
Southern Hydro IS coming thru Erotic. As far as who is signed to him, i'm not in the music business and Erotic is very private about his business. He kept telling me at the strip club to stop talking to him about music(LOL!!) He would rather DO music than answer a million questions about it. He doesn't understand what the big deal is. I WILL say this.....He is VERY excited about all of the interviews he has coming out and the thread that you guys have going here. He is a hip hop head to the fullest and loves to let people hear new shit. I have tried to get him to come on here and communicate with you guys, but he says that is what his myspace page is for. He is a very down to earth dude. So i'm sure i will be able to get him to do it in the future. THAT'S IF YOU GUYS WANT TO TALK WITH HIM. I don't mean to assume that you do. Anyway....THE BLACK BRUCE WILLIS just went on sale at CD Baby today! JUST got a text from Erotic! LITERALLY!!

yeah i've talked to him via myspace a couple of times, but it would be great if he signed up here, for those that don't use myspace  ;)
i respect whatever decision he makes though  :)

anyway, you're referring to this:
http://cdbaby.com/cd/eroticd

if so, is that tracklisting correct?
i thought Erotic had scrapped a few of those  ;)

That's it!  Go get your copy today and support Erotic D! 

i think i'll wait until it's available for sale on amazon.com  ;)

anyway, shouldn't Erotic, or somebody else from E world, be contacting you soon to send out promo stuff for the release?
would be nice to see something about the release on dubcnn  :)


Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Erotic D on September 10, 2008, 11:32:33 AM
What up fellas? This is Erotic D. My boy asked me to come on to this forum and chat with you guys a bit. Before i do, i'm going to have to ask that you guys respect my attempt to be accessible and understand that this is going to take time away from my work and family. I am reluctant to do this, but i have been following these two threads and i appreciate all of the love you guys have for me and Six2. I have NEVER been the type to front. So if you ask me a question that i can't or don't want to answer, i will not answer it. Also understand that there are people all over the world who have been reaching out to me on myspace and there have been no "internet gangsters" trying to start shit with me. I think that would be a waste of your time (if you are one of those guys) cus i'm a REAL street dude and it would be hard to piss me off on a computer. As some of you know by now, i have a new solo album available online. The outlets that will carry my product will multiply in the coming days and weeks. I have not been given the information about how long it will take to reach Amazon.com, iTunes, Rhapsody, emusic,etc. But it is DEFINITELY on the way through ALL online and traditional retailers. I have an R & B artist named VERSE whose album will follow mine. I can tell that some of you guys are only concerned with hip hop. That's cool. I used to be the same way. I produce ALL genres of music if the artist appeals to me. After Verse's album, I will be releasing Six2's album "AFFILIATED". There have been lots of questions about SOUTHERN HYDRO. I will also be tweaking that album and releasing it through E-WORLD ENTERTAINMENT. I have SEVERAL projects that will be released before the first of the year. AFFILIATED should be available within the next couple of weeks. It's done. I am a producer first and an artist cus i love writing. So if you like a project by Six2, or El Dog, or Big Mike, or M.C. Breed or any other artist that i produce more than you like mine, i will still be happy. By doing this, i want to show people that i am just like you. I'm a music lover!! But i will not respond to any over the top or disrespectful comments. I'm chasin millions and someones 2 cents is not worth losing focus on my hustle. Please don't think that i think anyone is going to act this way. I have had plenty of my "famous" friends tell me NOT to do this because they got into arguments with fans. I have to see for myself. I will try my best to answer all of your questions. I will check this thread several times a day and respond in my down time. There is plenty going on where Detox is concerned. But i can't share any information here. Please respect my position. My job is to produce records. Not report on Dr. Dre's business. Some questions may not be out of bounds. So by all means ask them all. But if i can't comment,i won't. By the way... M.C. Breed is ok and WILL live thru his illness. I will be producing alot of his new album as well. Six2 and i have a youtube channel. I havn't uploaded any video to it yet but it's coming. I can't find the address in my notes rite now but i will post it soon. It's active rite now under THE BLACK BRUCE WILLIS. There will be music videos and studio session footage and other things we do posted there. I know this is a long post. So i'm out for now. Please feel free to star asking questions if you like.
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Dre-Day on September 10, 2008, 12:28:06 PM
What up fellas? This is Erotic D. My boy asked me to come on to this forum and chat with you guys a bit. Before i do, i'm going to have to ask that you guys respect my attempt to be accessible and understand that this is going to take time away from my work and family. I am reluctant to do this, but i have been following these two threads and i appreciate all of the love you guys have for me and Six2. I have NEVER been the type to front. So if you ask me a question that i can't or don't want to answer, i will not answer it. Also understand that there are people all over the world who have been reaching out to me on myspace and there have been no "internet gangsters" trying to start shit with me. I think that would be a waste of your time (if you are one of those guys) cus i'm a REAL street dude and it would be hard to piss me off on a computer. As some of you know by now, i have a new solo album available online. The outlets that will carry my product will multiply in the coming days and weeks. I have not been given the information about how long it will take to reach Amazon.com, iTunes, Rhapsody, emusic,etc. But it is DEFINITELY on the way through ALL online and traditional retailers. I have an R & B artist named VERSE whose album will follow mine. I can tell that some of you guys are only concerned with hip hop. That's cool. I used to be the same way. I produce ALL genres of music if the artist appeals to me. After Verse's album, I will be releasing Six2's album "AFFILIATED". There have been lots of questions about SOUTHERN HYDRO. I will also be tweaking that album and releasing it through E-WORLD ENTERTAINMENT. I have SEVERAL projects that will be released before the first of the year. AFFILIATED should be available within the next couple of weeks. It's done. I am a producer first and an artist cus i love writing. So if you like a project by Six2, or El Dog, or Big Mike, or M.C. Breed or any other artist that i produce more than you like mine, i will still be happy. By doing this, i want to show people that i am just like you. I'm a music lover!! But i will not respond to any over the top or disrespectful comments. I'm chasin millions and someones 2 cents is not worth losing focus on my hustle. Please don't think that i think anyone is going to act this way. I have had plenty of my "famous" friends tell me NOT to do this because they got into arguments with fans. I have to see for myself. I will try my best to answer all of your questions. I will check this thread several times a day and respond in my down time. There is plenty going on where Detox is concerned. But i can't share any information here. Please respect my position. My job is to produce records. Not report on Dr. Dre's business. Some questions may not be out of bounds. So by all means ask them all. But if i can't comment,i won't. By the way... M.C. Breed is ok and WILL live thru his illness. I will be producing alot of his new album as well. Six2 and i have a youtube channel. I havn't uploaded any video to it yet but it's coming. I can't find the address in my notes rite now but i will post it soon. It's active rite now under THE BLACK BRUCE WILLIS. There will be music videos and studio session footage and other things we do posted there. I know this is a long post. So i'm out for now. Please feel free to star asking questions if you like.

what's up Erotic, welcome to the board!  8)
as you probably know, i'm the person that chats with you on myspace, under the nickname Kill Jimmy Iovine  ;)

thanks for taking the time to sign up here  :)
it's good to hear that MC Breed's situation is looking bright  :)

also it's good to know that you're working with him again (i think it's the first time that i've heard this; if not, my bad if this was revealed before) 8)
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: D-Stress on September 10, 2008, 12:29:00 PM
What up fellas? This is Erotic D. My boy asked me to come on to this forum and chat with you guys a bit. Before i do, i'm going to have to ask that you guys respect my attempt to be accessible and understand that this is going to take time away from my work and family. I am reluctant to do this, but i have been following these two threads and i appreciate all of the love you guys have for me and Six2. I have NEVER been the type to front. So if you ask me a question that i can't or don't want to answer, i will not answer it. Also understand that there are people all over the world who have been reaching out to me on myspace and there have been no "internet gangsters" trying to start shit with me. I think that would be a waste of your time (if you are one of those guys) cus i'm a REAL street dude and it would be hard to piss me off on a computer. As some of you know by now, i have a new solo album available online. The outlets that will carry my product will multiply in the coming days and weeks. I have not been given the information about how long it will take to reach Amazon.com, iTunes, Rhapsody, emusic,etc. But it is DEFINITELY on the way through ALL online and traditional retailers. I have an R & B artist named VERSE whose album will follow mine. I can tell that some of you guys are only concerned with hip hop. That's cool. I used to be the same way. I produce ALL genres of music if the artist appeals to me. After Verse's album, I will be releasing Six2's album "AFFILIATED". There have been lots of questions about SOUTHERN HYDRO. I will also be tweaking that album and releasing it through E-WORLD ENTERTAINMENT. I have SEVERAL projects that will be released before the first of the year. AFFILIATED should be available within the next couple of weeks. It's done. I am a producer first and an artist cus i love writing. So if you like a project by Six2, or El Dog, or Big Mike, or M.C. Breed or any other artist that i produce more than you like mine, i will still be happy. By doing this, i want to show people that i am just like you. I'm a music lover!! But i will not respond to any over the top or disrespectful comments. I'm chasin millions and someones 2 cents is not worth losing focus on my hustle. Please don't think that i think anyone is going to act this way. I have had plenty of my "famous" friends tell me NOT to do this because they got into arguments with fans. I have to see for myself. I will try my best to answer all of your questions. I will check this thread several times a day and respond in my down time. There is plenty going on where Detox is concerned. But i can't share any information here. Please respect my position. My job is to produce records. Not report on Dr. Dre's business. Some questions may not be out of bounds. So by all means ask them all. But if i can't comment,i won't. By the way... M.C. Breed is ok and WILL live thru his illness. I will be producing alot of his new album as well. Six2 and i have a youtube channel. I havn't uploaded any video to it yet but it's coming. I can't find the address in my notes rite now but i will post it soon. It's active rite now under THE BLACK BRUCE WILLIS. There will be music videos and studio session footage and other things we do posted there. I know this is a long post. So i'm out for now. Please feel free to star asking questions if you like.

 :o welcome 2 tha board and thx 4 checkin the post and news.
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Erotic D on September 10, 2008, 06:51:04 PM
I'm sure Breed will appreciate your well wishes. He is awake and out of danger. What does PM mean? You guys may have to help me with some of this internet shit. I ain't that good at it. Thanx for the info on how to upload video on youtube. The real problem is the camcorder that i was using, doesn't have a USB port. So i have to get the footage transferred to another form of media to upload it. Now i have one with a port and we are trying to shoot more footage.
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Dre-Day on September 11, 2008, 12:49:13 AM
What does PM mean? You guys may have to help me with some of this internet shit. I ain't that good at it.

no problem  ;)

PM=private message  ;)

also, the forum got a help function  :)
http://www.dubcnn.com/connect/index.php?action=help

hopefully this helps  ;)
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Lindon on September 11, 2008, 01:57:25 PM
What up fellas? This is Erotic D. My boy asked me to come on to this forum and chat with you guys a bit. Before i do, i'm going to have to ask that you guys respect my attempt to be accessible and understand that this is going to take time away from my work and family. I am reluctant to do this, but i have been following these two threads and i appreciate all of the love you guys have for me and Six2. I have NEVER been the type to front. So if you ask me a question that i can't or don't want to answer, i will not answer it. Also understand that there are people all over the world who have been reaching out to me on myspace and there have been no "internet gangsters" trying to start shit with me. I think that would be a waste of your time (if you are one of those guys) cus i'm a REAL street dude and it would be hard to piss me off on a computer. As some of you know by now, i have a new solo album available online. The outlets that will carry my product will multiply in the coming days and weeks. I have not been given the information about how long it will take to reach Amazon.com, iTunes, Rhapsody, emusic,etc. But it is DEFINITELY on the way through ALL online and traditional retailers. I have an R & B artist named VERSE whose album will follow mine. I can tell that some of you guys are only concerned with hip hop. That's cool. I used to be the same way. I produce ALL genres of music if the artist appeals to me. After Verse's album, I will be releasing Six2's album "AFFILIATED". There have been lots of questions about SOUTHERN HYDRO. I will also be tweaking that album and releasing it through E-WORLD ENTERTAINMENT. I have SEVERAL projects that will be released before the first of the year. AFFILIATED should be available within the next couple of weeks. It's done. I am a producer first and an artist cus i love writing. So if you like a project by Six2, or El Dog, or Big Mike, or M.C. Breed or any other artist that i produce more than you like mine, i will still be happy. By doing this, i want to show people that i am just like you. I'm a music lover!! But i will not respond to any over the top or disrespectful comments. I'm chasin millions and someones 2 cents is not worth losing focus on my hustle. Please don't think that i think anyone is going to act this way. I have had plenty of my "famous" friends tell me NOT to do this because they got into arguments with fans. I have to see for myself. I will try my best to answer all of your questions. I will check this thread several times a day and respond in my down time. There is plenty going on where Detox is concerned. But i can't share any information here. Please respect my position. My job is to produce records. Not report on Dr. Dre's business. Some questions may not be out of bounds. So by all means ask them all. But if i can't comment,i won't. By the way... M.C. Breed is ok and WILL live thru his illness. I will be producing alot of his new album as well. Six2 and i have a youtube channel. I havn't uploaded any video to it yet but it's coming. I can't find the address in my notes rite now but i will post it soon. It's active rite now under THE BLACK BRUCE WILLIS. There will be music videos and studio session footage and other things we do posted there. I know this is a long post. So i'm out for now. Please feel free to star asking questions if you like.

 :o

Welcome and thank you for taking the time. It is very much appreciated.

Props on all the info. First and foremost great news on Breed.

I will be copping all the hip hop ish out of your camp. The new music has me amped and I am particularly looking forward to the six2 solos. I know you have a lot in the works but is there a Genacide project coming and any El Dog solo?

Just reflecting on some of your comments, I hope you find everyone on this board respectful and appreciative but at the same time honest. anyone who comes in here is a fan but they will share their disappointment if they are not feeling a particular track or whatever. that's part of this and i hope as a music fan as well as a musician you can appreciate that.

I will be copping the black bruce wiillis on amazon and am looking forward to hearing some of those tracks you have upped on myspace in CD quality - is the track list on cd baby correct?

also just a random question but have you recently worked or do you plan to work with UPTIGHT?

Thanks.  8)   
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: ICHI THE KILLER on September 11, 2008, 03:25:02 PM
i've just listen snippets from cdbaby and i have to tell u dat album is very good  8) 8)(and its impression just after listening  snippets)
im looking forward to listen whole album
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Erotic D on September 11, 2008, 04:32:55 PM
What up!!!!!  First of all...I appreciate all of the positive responses to my message. I am going to answer every question we have here so far. By the way. Saying that you are not feeling a song here and there is DEFINITELY NOT looked upon as disrespect from where i sit. No artist is capable is capable of satisfying the WHOLE world everytime they record something. If that were the case, we would be selling records in the BILLIONS and millions wouldn't mean shit(lol!!). So it's ok with me for you guys to disagree with my choice of songs. I am criticized with EVERY release LOOOONG before you guys get to hear it AND once you guys get it. It's been my life for nearly 25 years. The people who write my checks are the FIRST to criticize and they aren't always the easiest to please.Ichi i appreciate you taking the time to comment on the album dog! I have actually had 3 versions of this album done since 2000. The first one was TOTALLY raw. NO club tunes or any of that shit. Personally, i don't get in2 the club shit much myself. If i do, i HAVE to be able to keep a street edge with it. With my album being the 1st from my camp, i HAD to do something from a bizness standpoint to draw attention to me so it would benefit the ones coming after me. I actually have a plan to NOT try and get involved with performing club records and leaving it up 2 my artists. I like making concept records and that shit that make a nigga wanna BANG his head and snap his neck cus the beat is so hard!!! As for Uptite...We are all cool cus we have all known each other since the early 90's. But we haven't worked with him in a while. I have had the opportunity 2 have each of the artists from Deuce under my wing at one point or another. So i have nearly an albums worth of material on Uptite. Maybe we will release it some day. It's not a priority for me since Uptite does his own thing. I have a few HUNDRED songs on El Dog. He has never taken a break from working with me. Therefor we work at least 10 months out of the year since i own several recording facilities. We do have a solo album on El Dog called KILLA MUZIK. It's one of the many projects i will be releasing soon. IT'S DOPE AS FUCK!!!!! We are pulling together a new Genacide album now and i'm performing on it as well. We will NEVER allow DOC back into our circle. I brought Genacide into our camp and DOC mishandled that. I have the same friends in the industry as DOC and when i let him take the lead in 98, it was because he had a situation that should have made EVERYBODY rich and famous rite away. I was being a team player. But these guys were dope when i scooped them up. They never needed me OR DOC. They would've made it without us. Now we're family and this is the ONLY way we want to do it. Cadillac Seville is with us 2. Please pray for him. He is locked up until Halloween but we got him when he gets out.
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Lindon on September 12, 2008, 06:10:12 PM
What up!!!!!  First of all...I appreciate all of the positive responses to my message. I am going to answer every question we have here so far. By the way. Saying that you are not feeling a song here and there is DEFINITELY NOT looked upon as disrespect from where i sit. No artist is capable is capable of satisfying the WHOLE world everytime they record something. If that were the case, we would be selling records in the BILLIONS and millions wouldn't mean shit(lol!!). So it's ok with me for you guys to disagree with my choice of songs. I am criticized with EVERY release LOOOONG before you guys get to hear it AND once you guys get it. It's been my life for nearly 25 years. The people who write my checks are the FIRST to criticize and they aren't always the easiest to please.Ichi i appreciate you taking the time to comment on the album dog! I have actually had 3 versions of this album done since 2000. The first one was TOTALLY raw. NO club tunes or any of that shit. Personally, i don't get in2 the club shit much myself. If i do, i HAVE to be able to keep a street edge with it. With my album being the 1st from my camp, i HAD to do something from a bizness standpoint to draw attention to me so it would benefit the ones coming after me. I actually have a plan to NOT try and get involved with performing club records and leaving it up 2 my artists. I like making concept records and that shit that make a nigga wanna BANG his head and snap his neck cus the beat is so hard!!! As for Uptite...We are all cool cus we have all known each other since the early 90's. But we haven't worked with him in a while. I have had the opportunity 2 have each of the artists from Deuce under my wing at one point or another. So i have nearly an albums worth of material on Uptite. Maybe we will release it some day. It's not a priority for me since Uptite does his own thing. I have a few HUNDRED songs on El Dog. He has never taken a break from working with me. Therefor we work at least 10 months out of the year since i own several recording facilities. We do have a solo album on El Dog called KILLA MUZIK. It's one of the many projects i will be releasing soon. IT'S DOPE AS FUCK!!!!! We are pulling together a new Genacide album now and i'm performing on it as well. We will NEVER allow DOC back into our circle. I brought Genacide into our camp and DOC mishandled that. I have the same friends in the industry as DOC and when i let him take the lead in 98, it was because he had a situation that should have made EVERYBODY rich and famous rite away. I was being a team player. But these guys were dope when i scooped them up. They never needed me OR DOC. They would've made it without us. Now we're family and this is the ONLY way we want to do it. Cadillac Seville is with us 2. Please pray for him. He is locked up until Halloween but we got him when he gets out.

e thanks for your thoughts and the update.
 
i'm wanna hear that el-dog and genacide ish!
 
i understand that things have gone down that we can't be privy to with doc. from a fan's perspective, it is really sad that things got f**ked up for everyone but particularly for six2 becuase as you said in your interview with Noncentz, two face has that commercial appeal that would have been an incredible fit for what aftermath were putting out in the late 90's early 00's. i am grateful for all the new ish and really hope that six2 and yourself can get at dre for this detox thing.
 
that's dope news on cadillac seville as chad said all the cats that was featured on deuce were dope as f**k.
 
i can understand the approach you are taking on your album and hope you get spins on the club tracks. if i am totally honest i can't see that happening. what you said about concept albums interested me particularly because the first two genacide albums had a really dark feel but also a slight political edge (particularly the first album). is there of that kind of stuff on their new music or is it more focussed on a "mentally disturbed" tip (i love that sh*t by the way)? i would love to hear a balance of that and tracks like ghetto blues that you did for six2. that was one of his best ever tracks in my opinion.
 
anyway thanks again for posting.
 
peace.   
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Erotic D on September 12, 2008, 09:32:08 PM
What up Lindon! The Genacide album has not taken on a specific direction yet. We have not deciced what that would be. Thank you for your positive support of all of our stuff. As for doubting whether or not i will get spins on my record, there are some things you should take into consideration. First...I started my career with N.W.A., D.O.C., Dre,etc. When those records blew, they had little to no airplay. It is not radio that i care about. It's spins in the clubs that get you hot. IMO radio makes people sick of your songs and why is there a need to buy if you can hear it 2 or 3 times an hour. Look at radio spins versus record sales these days. It's not even close. Not to say that radio is a non-factor. But the streets have and always will be the best way to sell your music. BUT.....getting airplay for a veteran in the music game is easier than you think. My relationships in the industry alone is enough to get a shot at radio. You hire the right record promoter and ANYONE can get airplay dog. The question for me is would it be worth the money! I don't want to spend money on spins and NOT sell any records. So i start in the streets and go from there. Back to Six2 and El Dog. Ghetto Blues IS a great song and we have MANY more in that vein. Six2 has had alot of hardships in his life and he writes about it regularly. AFFILIATED will give you more of that flavor and so will some of the Genacide songs. I like to think that we always maintain a good balance in our track selection on every project. El Dog's album has BEEN done for quite a while. We have the same struggle with his as we had with mine. TOO MUCH MATERIAL!!!!! Me and Dog work wayyyy more than everyone else in the camp. We also have enough songs together to release an Erotic & El Dog album and have considered it.
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Mackin on September 13, 2008, 11:58:56 AM
Hey Erotic-D!
Cool of you to join the forum!!
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: warrior on September 15, 2008, 06:24:15 PM
new six2 songs on his myspace
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Lindon on September 17, 2008, 12:25:38 PM
What up Lindon! The Genacide album has not taken on a specific direction yet. We have not deciced what that would be. Thank you for your positive support of all of our stuff. As for doubting whether or not i will get spins on my record, there are some things you should take into consideration. First...I started my career with N.W.A., D.O.C., Dre,etc. When those records blew, they had little to no airplay. It is not radio that i care about. It's spins in the clubs that get you hot. IMO radio makes people sick of your songs and why is there a need to buy if you can hear it 2 or 3 times an hour. Look at radio spins versus record sales these days. It's not even close. Not to say that radio is a non-factor. But the streets have and always will be the best way to sell your music. BUT.....getting airplay for a veteran in the music game is easier than you think. My relationships in the industry alone is enough to get a shot at radio. You hire the right record promoter and ANYONE can get airplay dog. The question for me is would it be worth the money! I don't want to spend money on spins and NOT sell any records. So i start in the streets and go from there. Back to Six2 and El Dog. Ghetto Blues IS a great song and we have MANY more in that vein. Six2 has had alot of hardships in his life and he writes about it regularly. AFFILIATED will give you more of that flavor and so will some of the Genacide songs. I like to think that we always maintain a good balance in our track selection on every project. El Dog's album has BEEN done for quite a while. We have the same struggle with his as we had with mine. TOO MUCH MATERIAL!!!!! Me and Dog work wayyyy more than everyone else in the camp. We also have enough songs together to release an Erotic & El Dog album and have considered it.

Dope sh*t Erotic. Thanks man.

I respect what you're saying the street up approach. That has to be the way for real music to make noise and sell in the current environment. I guess as you say that's always been true but is probably even more so now. I wish you and the whole camp a lot of luck with yours and each of the projects.

Looking forward to hearing more of that six2 reflective ish. I can't think of a rapper who is as dope a story teller in the rap game today.

I am totally hyped for the el dog solo. for me his bars on the songs you have upped on your myspace recently are the dopest and he has that unique distinctive sound.

Much respect again to you for taking the time out to post up here and thank you for making that dope music. Looking forward to more updates on the fresh projects coming from your camp.  8)

Peace.

new six2 songs on his myspace

dopeness thanks for the update.
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: TRG on September 18, 2008, 02:34:21 AM
Wow, cool to see Erotic D here!
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Dre-Day on September 19, 2008, 01:00:57 AM
What up!!!!!  First of all...I appreciate all of the positive responses to my message. I am going to answer every question we have here so far. By the way. Saying that you are not feeling a song here and there is DEFINITELY NOT looked upon as disrespect from where i sit. No artist is capable is capable of satisfying the WHOLE world everytime they record something. If that were the case, we would be selling records in the BILLIONS and millions wouldn't mean shit(lol!!). So it's ok with me for you guys to disagree with my choice of songs. I am criticized with EVERY release LOOOONG before you guys get to hear it AND once you guys get it. It's been my life for nearly 25 years. The people who write my checks are the FIRST to criticize and they aren't always the easiest to please.Ichi i appreciate you taking the time to comment on the album dog! I have actually had 3 versions of this album done since 2000. The first one was TOTALLY raw. NO club tunes or any of that shit. Personally, i don't get in2 the club shit much myself. If i do, i HAVE to be able to keep a street edge with it. With my album being the 1st from my camp, i HAD to do something from a bizness standpoint to draw attention to me so it would benefit the ones coming after me. I actually have a plan to NOT try and get involved with performing club records and leaving it up 2 my artists. I like making concept records and that shit that make a nigga wanna BANG his head and snap his neck cus the beat is so hard!!! As for Uptite...We are all cool cus we have all known each other since the early 90's. But we haven't worked with him in a while. I have had the opportunity 2 have each of the artists from Deuce under my wing at one point or another. So i have nearly an albums worth of material on Uptite. Maybe we will release it some day. It's not a priority for me since Uptite does his own thing. I have a few HUNDRED songs on El Dog. He has never taken a break from working with me. Therefor we work at least 10 months out of the year since i own several recording facilities. We do have a solo album on El Dog called KILLA MUZIK. It's one of the many projects i will be releasing soon. IT'S DOPE AS FUCK!!!!! We are pulling together a new Genacide album now and i'm performing on it as well. We will NEVER allow DOC back into our circle. I brought Genacide into our camp and DOC mishandled that. I have the same friends in the industry as DOC and when i let him take the lead in 98, it was because he had a situation that should have made EVERYBODY rich and famous rite away. I was being a team player. But these guys were dope when i scooped them up. They never needed me OR DOC. They would've made it without us. Now we're family and this is the ONLY way we want to do it. Cadillac Seville is with us 2. Please pray for him. He is locked up until Halloween but we got him when he gets out.



i know money don't mean much to you, and you're doing all these projects out of love for music, but i figure you don't like to lose a lot of money on al those projects  ;)
so i wonder what you're striving for when it comes to the finances; are you trying to break-even or do you want that the album sales only cover a part of the costs?
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Erotic D on September 19, 2008, 03:15:14 AM
I will NEVER discuss money here. PLUS i have never been a part of a project that has lost money. I wonder why ANYONE would assume that i would lose money. Independent releases that are properly handled make WAY more money than you are obviously aware of. Even an album that is assumed to be a failure because it "only" sells 200,000 copies yields a profit for a major label. Imagine what that would do for an independent. We make money in other areas associated with our releases that no one really discusses. Consumers measure our success by record sales when, in fact, if success is measured in dollars, MANY artists are more "successful " than you think. Those that are broke are broke from mishandling their  business and i will never let that dictate the way i handle MY business. I thought about this question after you asked me on myspace and i have a question for YOU. Would you ask Puffy or Jay-Z or Dr. Dre etc if THEY plan to break even or lose money on multiple releases that they have planned? If we are going to be respectful of one another, i figure you would just enjoy the music and let ME worry about my finances. That's just like asking a woman about her weight. If i sound offended, it's because i think you may have hit the ONE nerve that could offend me. I know it wasn't intentional so i'm not trippin AT ALL. I just don't play to fail and i feel that was an inappropriate question bro. Thanks for the love Trentman!!!!! You 2 Lindon!!!!! PEACE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Dre-Day on September 19, 2008, 05:25:27 AM
I will NEVER discuss money here. PLUS i have never been a part of a project that has lost money. I wonder why ANYONE would assume that i would lose money. Independent releases that are properly handled make WAY more money than you are obviously aware of. Even an album that is assumed to be a failure because it "only" sells 200,000 copies yields a profit for a major label. Imagine what that would do for an independent. We make money in other areas associated with our releases that no one really discusses. Consumers measure our success by record sales when, in fact, if success is measured in dollars, MANY artists are more "successful " than you think. Those that are broke are broke from mishandling their  business and i will never let that dictate the way i handle MY business. I thought about this question after you asked me on myspace and i have a question for YOU. Would you ask Puffy or Jay-Z or Dr. Dre etc if THEY plan to break even or lose money on multiple releases that they have planned? If we are going to be respectful of one another, i figure you would just enjoy the music and let ME worry about my finances. That's just like asking a woman about her weight. If i sound offended, it's because i think you may have hit the ONE nerve that could offend me. I know it wasn't intentional so i'm not trippin AT ALL. I just don't play to fail and i feel that was an inappropriate question bro. Thanks for the love Trentman!!!!! You 2 Lindon!!!!! PEACE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


hey, relax, i only made a general assumption  ;)
nobody wants to lose a lot of money right?

i didn't assume that you spent too much money by doing all those projects, i just stated that there's a possibility ;)
my bad if you got the wrong idea.

i won't deny that there are so many things i don't know about the independent music business; no wonder i asked such a question  ;)
but that wasn't a sign of distrust from my side.
but if you felt that i crossed a line, or that my question was a sign of lack of confidence, then i respect that and i won't bring up the subject any more  ;)
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: ICHI THE KILLER on September 20, 2008, 09:56:38 AM
so does any1 heard allbum yet?
i bought cd now just wainting for delivery

so waht i heard my favorite track is:
G-None Rilla feat Six-2 El Dog Sydney Bristow - its bomb

Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Dre-Day on September 20, 2008, 10:39:02 AM
so does any1 heard allbum yet?
i bought cd now just wainting for delivery

so waht i heard my favorite track is:
G-None Rilla feat Six-2 El Dog Sydney Bristow - its bomb



i'm still waiting for it to be available on amazon.com  :-\
but i've heard some of it, thanks to the preview opportunities  ;)

so based on that, i'd say my favourite track is Serial Killer  8)
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Erotic D on September 22, 2008, 09:07:01 AM
What up guys!!!! The album is definitely making it's way to all the outlets. Thanks for your purchase Ichi. You KNOW how deep my appreciation runs for everybody here Dre-Day. Here's a fun fact about G-NONE REALA. We did that as a Genacide "reunion" track and once it was finished, i had put it on El Dog's KILLA MUZIK album. Then SIX2 wanted it for HIS album. In the end, i decided that it needed to be heard on whichever release was first. Plus it was a great opportunity for me to have a song on my album that i just produced. I was supposed to put a 3rd verse on it and i just felt that it was perfect the way it was. I can't get enough of hearing how it turned out. Peace.
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Dre-Day on September 22, 2008, 09:56:49 AM
What up guys!!!! The album is definitely making it's way to all the outlets. Thanks for your purchase Ichi. You KNOW how deep my appreciation runs for everybody here Dre-Day. Here's a fun fact about G-NONE REALA. We did that as a Genacide "reunion" track and once it was finished, i had put it on El Dog's KILLA MUZIK album. Then SIX2 wanted it for HIS album. In the end, i decided that it needed to be heard on whichever release was first. Plus it was a great opportunity for me to have a song on my album that i just produced. I was supposed to put a 3rd verse on it and i just felt that it was perfect the way it was. I can't get enough of hearing how it turned out. Peace.

no problem   :)

and thanks for the info   :)
i was surprised too, that G None Reala ended up on your debut album, but it makes sense now  ;)

by the way, i check for the album on amazon.com, everyday lol, no joke  :laugh: :laugh: :laugh:
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Chad Vader on September 23, 2008, 01:06:10 AM

Well after reading Dre-Dayīs and Eroticīs (short  :P) convo about sales,budget and what not....
I got inspired to repost some shit about the music industries future. Something I find interesting.
I can only speak for myself  ;).... but I used to purchase at least 20 albums a month,but now I maybe purchase that yearly  :-\ :-[....
Yes,internet killed the sales. So what now?


This little thing might move the convo on;
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Dollars and Sense: Second Edition (Friday June 13th, 2008)
http://www.dubcnn.com/blogs/dollarsandsense/
http://www.dubcnn.com/connect/index.php?topic=183781.msg1877570#msg1877570
(http://www.dubcnn.com/blogs/dollarsandsense/dubcnn.jpg)

People like free, but will it translate into sales?
By Eric Engelwood

So I had my iTunes on shuffle trying to come up with something to write about when it dawned on me:
The West Coast is at the forefront of marketing in the music industry. iTunes played me Crooked I’s Hip-hop Weekly #19.
That track was followed up by Bishop Lamont’s City Lights, which was followed up by Problem’s I’m toe up remix.
The West Coast is putting out quality music for free, so how will artists make money?
Will this tactic of "free music" pan out or will we see another generation of angry West Coast rappers shunned by the industry?

Think about it for a second: Crooked I put out 52 weeks of free music. That’s nearly four albums worth of free music.
Bishop Lamont has put out three album quality mixtapes in a little over a year.
Artists regularly put fully mixed and mastered tracks on Dubcnn, Lyay.net and countless other media outlets for free.
This is a brand new way of marketing and it’s time for artists to take advantage of this new model. Welcome to music 2.0.

Artists are building grassroots fanbases , but are they utilizing them accordingly?
In order to succeed, touring, direct to fan sales, and other revenue streams should be examined.
For every artist that puts out a track for free, there should a plan to make money behind it.
Will that track get that gets the club jumping translate into touring money?
Can you license that song about your favorite booze to the booze company for a commercial?

For the New West artists reading this -
Imagine for a second that you NEVER made a cent from selling a physical CD or a track online.
How would you make money from your music?
If you can list three things off the top of your head then you’re in good shape.
If not, get brainstorming. Like I said in my last blog post: Throw some sh*t at a wall and see what sticks.
Think about different ways of monetizing your music in other ways than just selling tracks or CD’s.

The music industry is going through a sea change, but with the right angle the West Coast can come out ahead.
The sooner artists realize the way of making money in the music industry has changed,
the sooner they can come up with new ways to get their paper.




Well,the move Prince did was pretty genius;
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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prince_(musician)
On June 28, 2007, the UK national newspaper The Mail on Sunday
revealed that it had made a deal to give Prince's new album, Planet Earth,
away for free with an "imminent" edition of the paper, making it the first place in the world to get the album.
The date chosen was July 15, 2007.
This move has sparked controversy among music distributors and has also led the UK arm of Prince's distributor, Sony BMG, to withdraw from distributing the album in UK stores.[31]
The UK's largest high street music retailer, HMV decided to stock the paper on release day due to the giveaway.


How about XXL and/or The Source do the same?
And let advertisers pay the bills. I'm sure advertisers would pay up.
The albums would get world wide distribution in news stands all over the world.




This could also be a option;
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In Rapper’s Deal, a New Model for Music Business
http://www.nytimes.com/2008/04/03/arts/music/03jayz.html?_r=2&pagewanted=1_r=1&oref=slogin&oref=slogin
By JEFF LEEDS Published: April 3, 2008
(http://graphics8.nytimes.com/images/2008/04/02/arts/jay190.jpg)

LOS ANGELES — In a move that reflects the anarchy sweeping the music business, the superstar rapper Jay-Z, who released his latest album to lukewarm sales five months ago, is on the verge of closing a deal with a concert promoter that rivals the biggest music contracts ever awarded.

Jay-Z plans to depart his longtime record label, Def Jam, for a roughly $150 million package with the concert giant Live Nation that includes financing for his own entertainment venture, in addition to recordings and tours for the next decade. The pact, expected to be finalized this week, is the most expansive deal yet from Live Nation, which has angled to compete directly with the industry’s established music labels in a scrum over the rights to distribute recordings, sell concert tickets, market merchandise and control other aspects of artists’ careers.

As CD sales plunge, an array of players — including record labels, promoters and advertisers — are racing to secure deals that cut them in on a larger share of an artist’s overall revenue. Live Nation has already struck less comprehensive pacts with Madonna and U2.

In Jay-Z, Live Nation has lined up with a longtime star who, after toiling as a self-described hustler on the streets of Brooklyn, earned acclaim as a rapper and cachet as a mogul.

Live Nation’s core business has revolved around major rock and country tours, and with Jay-Z it is making an unexpected foray into hip-hop. The company is also placing an enormous wager on a performer who, like many others, has experienced declining record sales. (Last year’s “American Gangster” sold one million copies in the United States; “The Black Album,” from 2003, sold well over three million.)

But the arrangement would also position Live Nation to participate in a range of new deals with Jay-Z, one of music’s most entrepreneurial stars, whose past ventures have included the Rocawear clothing line, which he sold last year for $204 million, and the chain of 40/40 nightclubs.

Jay-Z, 38, whose real name is Shawn Carter, owes one more studio album to Def Jam, where he was president for three years before stepping down in December after he and the label’s corporate parent, Universal Music Group, could not agree on a more lucrative contract.

His first undertaking with Live Nation is his current 28-date tour with Mary J. Blige, his biggest live outing in more than three years. After that, Live Nation envisions integrating the marketing of all Jay-Z’s entertainment endeavors, including recordings, tours and endorsements.

“I’ve turned into the Rolling Stones of hip-hop,” Jay-Z said in a recent telephone interview.

The deal answers a question that had been circling through the rap world for months: Where would Jay-Z take his next corporate role? As part of the arrangement, Live Nation would finance the start-up of a venture that would be an umbrella for his outside projects, which are expected to include his own label, music publishing, and talent consulting and managing. Live Nation is expected to contribute $5 million a year in overhead for five years, with another $25 million available to finance Jay-Z’s acquisitions or investments, according to people in the music industry briefed on the agreement. The venture, to be called Roc Nation, will split profits with Live Nation.

The overall package for Jay-Z also includes an upfront payment of $25 million, a general advance of $25 million that includes fees for his current tour, and advance payment of $10 million an album for a minimum of three albums during the deal’s 10-year term, these people said. A series of other payments adding up to about $20 million is included in exchange for certain publishing, licensing and other rights. Jay-Z said Live Nation’s consolidated approach was in sync with the emerging potential “to reach the consumer in so many different ways right now.” He added: “Everyone’s trying to figure it out. I want to be on the front lines in that fight.”

The popularity of music downloads has revolutionized how music is consumed, and widespread piracy has contributed to an industry meltdown in which traditional album sales — composed mostly of the two-decades-old CD format — have slumped by more than a third since 2000. (The best seller in 2007, Josh Groban’s “Noël,” sold 3.7 million copies, compared with 9.9 million for the top album in 2000, according to Nielsen SoundScan.)

That has further pressured record-label executives to rewrite the economics of their business and step beyond the sale of albums in an attempt to wring revenue out of everything from ring tones to artist fan clubs.

Jay-Z said that his future as an artist could involve elevating the role of live performances, long a mixed bag even for popular rap acts.

“In a way I want to operate like an indie band,” he said. “Play the music on tour instead of relying on radio. Hopefully we’ll get some hits out of there and radio will pick it up, but we won’t make it with that in mind.”

Though sales for Jay-Z’s tour with Ms. Blige have been strong since it began on March 22, with almost all the early dates resulting in sold-out arenas, it is unclear when Live Nation could carry out other aspects of the deal. (Jay-Z said that he hoped to deliver his final album for Def Jam later this year.)

Critics of Live Nation, which lost nearly $12 million last year, predict that it would be difficult to turn a profit on the arrangement, given the continuing decline in record sales and the mixed track record of artist-run ventures. Shares in the company have suffered since October when Live Nation negotiated a reported $120 million deal with Madonna.

Michael Cohl, Live Nation’s chairman, said he was not worried. Though he declined to discuss terms of the Jay-Z arrangement, he said it did not require an increase in record sales to be profitable. “He could be doing more tours and doing great,” Mr. Cohl said. “There could be endorsements and sponsorships.” He added, “The whole is what’s important.”

He cited Jay-Z’s forays into a host of other businesses as a model for Live Nation. “What he’s done has kind of mirrored what we want to do and where we think we’re going.”

Some executives at major record labels have privately portrayed Live Nation’s artist deals as overly expensive retirement packages for stars past their prime.

Others disagree. “I’d much rather be in the business of marketing a superstar who cost me a lot of money than taking the 1-in-10, demonstrably failing crapshoot” of signing unknown talents, said Jeffrey Light, a Los Angeles entertainment attorney, referring to the traditional record company model.

But the dimensions of the competition could change if Live Nation begins vying for the same emerging artists that the labels hope to sign. Live Nation is negotiating with a Georgia rock act, the Zac Brown Band, after apparently wooing it away from an offer by Atlantic Records, according to music executives briefed on the talks.

Jay-Z, for his part, suggested that the string of stars to exit the major-label system would also signal to younger acts how to plot their careers. He said that rising artists will be thinking: “ ‘Something must be happening. Madonna did it, she’s not slow. Jay-Z, he’s not slow either.’ ”
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Dre-Day on September 23, 2008, 01:30:43 AM
yeah my question was something along the lines of what was written in the blog  ;)
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: dubsmith_nz on September 23, 2008, 01:42:06 AM
Props to erotic for posting up in here, just let you know you got fans all across the globe cuz even in New Zealand. Waiting on that six-two album!!
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Erotic D on September 23, 2008, 09:16:21 AM
Shout out to New Zealand!!!!! Thanks for the love. You guys have some pretty valid concerns about the state of the bizness. My main point to Dre-Day was that i won't discuss the financial aspects of my bizness. But the environment of the music biz is a different thing. We can discuss that all day. In fact, you guys MAY be able to turn me on to an idea that i haven't come up with. But be assured that there IS a plan. I can't sit around all day and be upset that someone has posted my ENTIRE album on youtube. All i can do is embrace the internet and forge relationships that make fans want to "properly" support our music. That will work for some while others continue to get it free. I wonder how some people who do this would feel if they got to work and the boss had trained a monkey to do their job. This monkey would only work for fruit and you would only get paid to come in when he is sick. That person would cry on the shoulders of ALL who would listen. I can't understand why people don't take OUR job just as serious. Believe it or not, i was VERY reluctant to get into the internet because i could see in its infancy that it was going to fuck up our world. In MANY ways it has. It has also made things easier in many ways. I won't deny that. I have complete confidence that if there is a way for E-WORLD ENTERTAINMENT to be successful without selling our souls, we have the talent to do it. It WILL take help from all of you here and other forums all over the world. Here's something else i will say. I don't have alot of love for our government. But THIS time i am counting on them to stick their noses where they don't belong and try and police the internet sometime in the near future. Let's be clear on this. This is not something that i hope for. This is something that i think the powers that be can't resist. This will put the power back in their hands and the music bizness will benefit from it. As a result, maybe even traditional retail outlets for music will enjoy a full recovery as well. Until then, i will forge alliances that make sense for me and my artists and our families. Fellas!! I need you guys to pray for me and my family. I have been fighting for my freedom on a probation violation charge. I go to court at 2 pm Texas time today. This is a hearing that should determine whether i get more probation or prison time. As i am enjoying my comeback to the music scene AND my 6 month old son, i would gladly sign for the probation. I don't drink, smoke, or do any drugs. So i can complete ANY length of probation. I just made a bad move after i had already done 5 yrs on probation. So i face the consequences like a man. If they give me some time, my wife will log on here to tell you. If you guys don't see a new message from me by 5 pm Texas time, i was not blessed with my freedom. ALL of the projects i mentioned will still be released and promoted. PEACE!!!!!
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: ICHI THE KILLER on September 23, 2008, 10:02:15 AM
i hope so u get that probation ;D ;D
if not we will keep ur name alive until u will be back

keep u head up
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Dre-Day on September 23, 2008, 01:00:00 PM
Shout out to New Zealand!!!!! Thanks for the love. You guys have some pretty valid concerns about the state of the bizness. My main point to Dre-Day was that i won't discuss the financial aspects of my bizness. But the environment of the music biz is a different thing. We can discuss that all day. In fact, you guys MAY be able to turn me on to an idea that i haven't come up with. But be assured that there IS a plan. I can't sit around all day and be upset that someone has posted my ENTIRE album on youtube. All i can do is embrace the internet and forge relationships that make fans want to "properly" support our music. That will work for some while others continue to get it free. I wonder how some people who do this would feel if they got to work and the boss had trained a monkey to do their job. This monkey would only work for fruit and you would only get paid to come in when he is sick. That person would cry on the shoulders of ALL who would listen. I can't understand why people don't take OUR job just as serious. Believe it or not, i was VERY reluctant to get into the internet because i could see in its infancy that it was going to fuck up our world. In MANY ways it has. It has also made things easier in many ways. I won't deny that. I have complete confidence that if there is a way for E-WORLD ENTERTAINMENT to be successful without selling our souls, we have the talent to do it. It WILL take help from all of you here and other forums all over the world. Here's something else i will say. I don't have alot of love for our government. But THIS time i am counting on them to stick their noses where they don't belong and try and police the internet sometime in the near future. Let's be clear on this. This is not something that i hope for. This is something that i think the powers that be can't resist. This will put the power back in their hands and the music bizness will benefit from it. As a result, maybe even traditional retail outlets for music will enjoy a full recovery as well. Until then, i will forge alliances that make sense for me and my artists and our families. Fellas!! I need you guys to pray for me and my family. I have been fighting for my freedom on a probation violation charge. I go to court at 2 pm Texas time today. This is a hearing that should determine whether i get more probation or prison time. As i am enjoying my comeback to the music scene AND my 6 month old son, i would gladly sign for the probation. I don't drink, smoke, or do any drugs. So i can complete ANY length of probation. I just made a bad move after i had already done 5 yrs on probation. So i face the consequences like a man. If they give me some time, my wife will log on here to tell you. If you guys don't see a new message from me by 5 pm Texas time, i was not blessed with my freedom. ALL of the projects i mentioned will still be released and promoted. PEACE!!!!!

 :-\ i hope you don't go to jail, that would be fucked up :P
best of luck
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Dre-Day on September 24, 2008, 12:30:35 AM
Fellas!! I need you guys to pray for me and my family. I have been fighting for my freedom on a probation violation charge. I go to court at 2 pm Texas time today. This is a hearing that should determine whether i get more probation or prison time. As i am enjoying my comeback to the music scene AND my 6 month old son, i would gladly sign for the probation. I don't drink, smoke, or do any drugs. So i can complete ANY length of probation. I just made a bad move after i had already done 5 yrs on probation. So i face the consequences like a man. If they give me some time, my wife will log on here to tell you. If you guys don't see a new message from me by 5 pm Texas time, i was not blessed with my freedom. ALL of the projects i mentioned will still be released and promoted. PEACE!!!!!

i guess this means that Erotic D went to jail :-\ :-\ :-\
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Chad Vader on September 24, 2008, 12:46:26 AM

Well I'm glad you signed up Erotic... to communicate trough Dre-Dre (on myspace) was going no where  :P
Feel free to PM me if there's anything to want to clear out.  ;) Most cats here is either some old ass cats or mature, so don't worry about "net banging"  ;)
Anyway here's how to post youtube videos; (in case you don't know) (http://www.dubcnn.com/connect/index.php?topic=104193.0)

....and I'm glad Breed is doing better.... hope you got some dope shit cooking for us.



Props on all the info. First and foremost great news on Breed.


Been a fan of Breed since the get go... this might cheer him up; (?)
MC Breed interviews (collected) (http://www.dubcnn.com/connect/index.php?topic=176130.msg1804178#msg1804178)
and
MC Breed reviews (collected) (http://www.dubcnn.com/connect/index.php?topic=176130.msg1804179#msg1804179)


Just reflecting on some of your comments, I hope you find everyone on this board respectful and appreciative but at the same time honest.
anyone who comes in here is a fan but they will share their disappointment if they are not feeling a particular track or whatever.
that's part of this and i hope as a music fan as well as a musician you can appreciate that.


yep,constructive criticism....


also just a random question but have you recently worked or do you plan to work with UPTIGHT?


The whole team that appeared on Deuce was tight,so wouldn't mind hearing some more from them.  ;)



Fellas!! I need you guys to pray for me and my family. I have been fighting for my freedom on a probation violation charge. I go to court at 2 pm Texas time today. This is a hearing that should determine whether i get more probation or prison time. As i am enjoying my comeback to the music scene AND my 6 month old son, i would gladly sign for the probation. I don't drink, smoke, or do any drugs. So i can complete ANY length of probation. I just made a bad move after i had already done 5 yrs on probation. So i face the consequences like a man. If they give me some time, my wife will log on here to tell you. If you guys don't see a new message from me by 5 pm Texas time, i was not blessed with my freedom. ALL of the projects i mentioned will still be released and promoted. PEACE!!!!!

i guess this means that Erotic D went to jail :-\ :-\ :-\

 :-\ :-\ :-\ :-\

shit happens  :-[
Wifee;
Maybe you should print out whatever is written here and give it to him,that might keep his head up.
Thereīs a (http://www.dubcnn.com/connect/Themes/dubcc/images/english/print.gif) (http://www.dubcnn.com/connect/index.php?action=printpage;topic=144128.0) link down to the left,
so you don't waste a lot of paper and space on the flicks and other info posted on the page.  ;)
I'll review his album asap,I have it in rotation now......
Title: Erotic D in jail?
Post by: Dre-Day on September 24, 2008, 02:33:32 AM
^ good idea  :)

i hope he doesn't stay in there for too long  :-\
maybe Mr.214 can give us an update sometime  ;)

by the way, amazon.com is slow as hell; the black bruce willis is still not available there yet  >:(

Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Chad on September 24, 2008, 03:08:24 PM
Here's an update for you guys:  Erotic's wife told me that he was given 18 years!  He has to do a quarter of that (4 1/2 years) to be eligible for parole...

so keep Erotic and his family in your thoughts & prayers, and go support him by purchasing his releases that he'spromised to drop on guys!
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Dre-Day on September 25, 2008, 01:02:39 AM
Here's an update for you guys:  Erotic's wife told me that he was given 18 years!  He has to do a quarter of that (4 1/2 years) to be eligible for parole...

so keep Erotic and his family in your thoughts & prayers, and go support him by purchasing his releases that he'spromised to drop on guys!

 :o  >:( :-\ :-\ :-\ :-\ take care E  :-\

luckily he has such a great work ethic, so that should keep us busy for a while...
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Chad Vader on September 25, 2008, 02:21:26 AM
Chad Vaderīs Black Bruce Willis review

Erotic-D; The Black Bruce Willis
(http://cdbaby.name/e/r/eroticd.jpg)
Buy the album from CD baby here (http://cdbaby.com/cd/eroticd)
and
amazon here (http://www.amazon.com/Black-Bruce-Willis-Erotic-D/dp/B001G9FB0S/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&s=music&qid=1222331277&sr=1-3)

-1 Anatomy Of A Murder
Pretty dope intro that sets the tone of the album.
4 out of 5
-2 Mr. Murderer
A hardcore track,with some heavy guitars.
4 out 5
-3 Before I'm Out
Another hard hitting beat....
4 out 5
-4 Mind Of A Lunatic
Tight,LOVE the pan flute.....
4.5 out of 5
-5 Play With It
ehhhhhhh  :-X no rating
-6 Interlube
Some fun shit,if it's real... it's a memory. If not it's a little corny.  :P no rating
-7 Black With No Money (feat. Christi B.)
Tight,dope beat and lyrics.
4.2 out of 5
-8 G-None Reala (feat. Six2, El Dog, & Nina Ross)
Can't go wrong with 6-2,El-Dog and Erotic on the beat. Shit is tight
4.5 out of 5
-9 Music And Me
Tight beat and storytelling rap,but the hook is ehhhh  :P
3 out of 5
-10 Lesbian Love Affair
Tight beat (love the parts on the 2nd verse),the hook is ehhhh and fucks up the track
2.5 out of 5
-11 Serial Killer
And yes,we're back to some hardcore. Piano,synth and 808 in other words gangster shit. This is how it should sound.
4.5 out of 5
-12 Live By The Gun
Tight....
4 out of 5
-13 Wait A Minute
ehhhh tight beat,but ehhhh no comment or rating  :P
-14 Daddy Don't Leave Me (feat Alize Ali)
straight...
3 out of 5
-15 U Need That (feat. El Dog)
Tight beat and raps,but nothing over the top though
3.5 out 5
-16 No Place (feat. Money Waters)
some laid back shit,nice..
3.5 out of 5
-17 My Girl
The beat,guitar,synth and the hook is nice,don't fit "lunatic murder concept",but by itself it works
3.5 out 5
-18 Payback (feat El Dog)
Ohhh well,I guess DOC will hear this now  :P.
It's a tight track (love the retro synth),but some of the words is a little harsh (go back to to smoking crack...... .....a handicapped rapper can't say shit  :P)
4 out of 5
-19 Don't Go Away (feat Verse)
ehhh no comment or rating  ;)
-20 Porno Star
Nice beat and guitar... a fun track,but again it don't fit. Nice instrumental outro  ;)
3 out of 5


Overall conclusion;
In my opinion he should have been a little stricter with the concept and selection of tracks,I'm sure there's a lot of cats that like those club and "porno" tracks...
He could have spread those tracks out on three albums,a club album,a "porno" album and a "lunatic murderer concept" album... but it is what is.

Overall rating;
3.7 out of 5
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Dre-Day on September 25, 2008, 06:33:51 AM
nice review Chad; looks like we got our fair share of dope stuff, so that's a relief  8)

anyway, i hope the release of the next E World project goes smoother, because the availability of the black bruce willis is minimal  :-\
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Chad Vader on September 30, 2008, 03:19:53 PM
Hip Hop Connection August 2008 Critics pick
(http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3256/2902340137_22ba5c2789_b.jpg)
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Chad Vader on September 30, 2008, 10:54:34 PM
(http://www.dubcnn.com/interviews/eroticd-part2/eroticd.jpg)

As many of you know, Erotic D has encountered an unfourtunate turn of events. Late last week, the producer, known for his work with Dr. Dre, D.O.C., MC Breed and Six2, was given an 18-year prison sentence for a probation violation charge.

As it presently stands, Erotic has to serve a quarter of that sentence (about 4-4― years) to be eligible for parole. However, Erotic informed us today that they are appealing the decision and look forward to having the decision overturned.

Erotic D recently released his solo album, The Black Bruce Willis, and still has plans to release and promote all of the projects he mentioned in the 3-part interview we conducted with him a couple months ago.

Stay tuned to dubcnn for updates on Erotic D. If you would like to write to Erotic and show him your support you can do that by writing to:

Deion S. Gabriel, Sr.
P-#6 SO# 105242 127
North Woodrow Lane #200
Denton, TX 76205-6301
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Dre-Day on October 01, 2008, 01:56:53 AM
Quote
sadly it was also a last hurrah for DOC as a credible artist, due to his own misfortunes

 :sleep: what a load of crap, as usual
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: D-Nice on October 04, 2008, 09:20:15 AM
Chad Vaderīs Black Bruce Willis review

Erotic-D; The Black Bruce Willis
(http://cdbaby.name/e/r/eroticd.jpg)
Buy the album from CD baby here (http://cdbaby.com/cd/eroticd)
and
amazon here (http://www.amazon.com/Black-Bruce-Willis-Erotic-D/dp/B001G9FB0S/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&s=music&qid=1222331277&sr=1-3)

-1 Anatomy Of A Murder
Pretty dope intro that sets the tone of the album.
4 out of 5
-2 Mr. Murderer
A hardcore track,with some heavy guitars.
4 out 5
-3 Before I'm Out
Another hard hitting beat....
4 out 5
-4 Mind Of A Lunatic
Tight,LOVE the pan flute.....
4.5 out of 5
-5 Play With It
ehhhhhhh  :-X no rating
-6 Interlube
Some fun shit,if it's real... it's a memory. If not it's a little corny.  :P no rating
-7 Black With No Money (feat. Christi B.)
Tight,dope beat and lyrics.
4.2 out of 5
-8 G-None Reala (feat. Six2, El Dog, & Nina Ross)
Can't go wrong with 6-2,El-Dog and Erotic on the beat. Shit is tight
4.5 out of 5
-9 Music And Me
Tight beat and storytelling rap,but the hook is ehhhh  :P
3 out of 5
-10 Lesbian Love Affair
Tight beat (love the parts on the 2nd verse),the hook is ehhhh and fucks up the track
2.5 out of 5
-11 Serial Killer
And yes,we're back to some hardcore. Piano,synth and 808 in other words gangster shit. This is how it should sound.
4.5 out of 5
-12 Live By The Gun
Tight....
4 out of 5
-13 Wait A Minute
ehhhh tight beat,but ehhhh no comment or rating  :P
-14 Daddy Don't Leave Me (feat Alize Ali)
straight...
3 out of 5
-15 U Need That (feat. El Dog)
Tight beat and raps,but nothing over the top though
3.5 out 5
-16 No Place (feat. Money Waters)
some laid back shit,nice..
3.5 out of 5
-17 My Girl
The beat,guitar,synth and the hook is nice,don't fit "lunatic murder concept",but by itself it works
3.5 out 5
-18 Payback (feat El Dog)
Ohhh well,I guess DOC will hear this now  :P.
It's a tight track (love the retro synth),but some of the words is a little harsh (go back to to smoking crack...... .....a handicapped rapper can't say shit  :P)
4 out of 5
-19 Don't Go Away (feat Verse)
ehhh no comment or rating  ;)
-20 Porno Star
Nice beat and guitar... a fun track,but again it don't fit. Nice instrumental outro  ;)
3 out of 5


Overall conclusion;
In my opinion he should have been a little stricter with the concept and selection of tracks,I'm sure there's a lot of cats that like those club and "porno" tracks...
He could have spread those tracks out on three albums,a club album,a "porno" album and a "lunatic murderer concept" album... but it is what is.

Overall rating;
3.7 out of 5


Great review Chad. Sad to hear he has to do jail time for a bit now. He was really starting to get back into the swing of things. If this album ever comes back in stock, I will definitely pick it up.
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Chad Vader on October 22, 2008, 05:05:49 PM
Erotic-D; The Black Bruce Willis
(http://cdbaby.name/e/r/eroticd.jpg)
Buy the album from CD baby here (http://cdbaby.com/cd/eroticd) = CD coming back in stock soon.
and
amazon here (http://www.amazon.com/Black-Bruce-Willis-Erotic-D/dp/B001G9FB0S/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&s=music&qid=1222331277&sr=1-3) = This item has been discontinued by the manufacturer.

^^^^ WTF? ^^^^


http://cdbaby.com/cd/eroticd

the cd is finally back in stock  :)

currently it's still not in stock at amazon.com but hopefully it will be, soon ;)

^^^^^^  ;)
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Chad Vader on November 03, 2008, 12:46:39 PM
Mediafire re-upīs on request from Birdie;  ;)

(http://pics.myspaceprofiles.org/308/l/112958308_6.jpg)(http://a822.ac-images.myspacecdn.com/images01/19/m_83ef13d488418dc08108ef56ab6700ed.jpg)

Six 2 & Big Mike - Down home (http://www.zshare.net/audio/75798669d48fa3/) Zshare
+
Six 2 & Big Mike - Down home (http://www.mediafire.com/?mimnn24omnm) MediaFire

Hereīs the video for those of you who still havenīt seen it  ;);
Big Mike & Six 2 "Down Home" feat. Young Bleed
http://www.youtube.com/v/IGE91fijXyw&rel


Money Waters - Niggalaws
(http://cdbaby.name/m/o/moneywaters2.jpg)
Eva Changin feat Six2 & Young Bleed MP3 (http://www.zshare.net/audio/1693420730234c65/) Zshare
+
Eva Changin feat Six2 & Young Bleed MP3 (http://www.mediafire.com/?nxx4fdczklj) MediaFire
http://cdbaby.com/cd/moneywaters2
www.moneywaters.com
www.myspace.com/moneywaters
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Dre-Day on November 03, 2008, 12:49:36 PM
Birdie, both links are working for me  ;)
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Dre-Day on November 03, 2008, 01:08:21 PM
i see.

yeah zshare is crap; mediafire has a great download and upload speed for me ;)
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Birdie on November 03, 2008, 01:11:34 PM
Chad, make sure when you'll check that new Young Bleed album, hit us back with your opinion. It was in my TOP 5 last year.
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Birdie on November 03, 2008, 01:30:21 PM
My Balls & My Word is some hard shit.

I still try to get the hard copy, because this album bangin'.''Mo Money'' is my joint!

Believe it or not Chad, a lot of people said that Once Upon A Time In Amedica is really close to MB & MW, even better. I think it's really close, album has a lot of bangers, some hard work on it. But it was released huge independently, under West Coast Mafia / Body Head / KOCH. Co-executive producers are C-Bo & Roy Jones Jr..

I [am] was really deep into No Limit shit, I talked to fuckloads of fans and did a lot of crazy things for my NL collection.
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Birdie on November 03, 2008, 02:13:07 PM
That's true. My Balls & My Word was an especial album!

By the way I always fucked with C-Murder, Mac and Soulja Slim. That's my favourite No Limit trio.

What about the No Limit Records appreciation thread? Is it worth to make it? I don't want to spam in this thread no more.
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Chad Vader on November 24, 2008, 11:43:21 PM
Big Mike speaks on the Southern Hydro Project;
Big Mike interview November 2008
http://www.dubcnn.com/connect/index.php?topic=201723.msg2040486#msg2040486
DX: Are you still putting out the album with 6 Two?
Big Mike:
You know what, me and 6 Two, the company that we was working with on that project, we had decided not to jump all the way into bed with them. But we did manage to get a pretty good chunk of the album recorded. He has some things he has to attend to, I have some things I have to attend to, but we speak on the phone regularly. And someday soon we gonna get back into the studio and finish that project.

For rest of the interview;
http://www.dubcnn.com/connect/index.php?topic=201723.msg2040486#msg2040486
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Chad Vader on November 26, 2008, 01:37:41 AM

Coming projects from E-World Entertainment;
(http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3270/3060184229_d779b7d940.jpg)
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Dre-Day on November 26, 2008, 01:39:13 AM
Chad, the verse album is already available; it's R&B though.
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Lunatic on December 03, 2008, 02:53:44 PM
props Chad! I'll check it later!
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: snooper on December 04, 2008, 12:01:12 PM
it's fake this mixtape of you >:( >:( >:(
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: TRG on December 10, 2008, 12:10:01 AM
is there anywhere i can download "Affiliated"?
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Chad Vader on December 10, 2008, 12:44:58 PM

Chad Vader's review of 6-2īs; Affiliated


Six 2-Affiliated
(http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3159/3096121077_c8575d20cf_b.jpg)
http://cdbaby.com/cd/six2rap

1 Affiliated (Feat. Erotic D)
6-2 the bitch killa going loco  :laugh: A dramatic opening track....
3.5/5
2 Dressed 2 Kill
Classic 6-2.... love it.
4.5/5
3 Playerz Nite Out (Feat. Steve Victory, Alize Ali, & Verse)
Nah... WTF  :-X >:(
1.5/5
4 Deeply Thinkin
A old track but shit is classic...so  ;)
5/5
5 Act Rite (Feat. El Dog, Erotic D, & Nina Ross)
The beat absolutely fire.... El-Dog,Erotic and 6-2 all kills it. The hook is ehhhh special.... but shit is dope  ;)
4/5
6 I Can't Wait
Another killer beat.... needless to flow like no other on it  ;)
5/5
7 What Would You Do?
This one is already a party classic.... 6-2 over Eroticīs replayed MJ/Quincy Jones classic Billie Jean.
5/5
8 Mentally Disturbed
CLASSIC..... another old track,but shit is so classic. You can't go wrong with Dr.Dre and 6-2
5/5
9 A Place 2 Go (Feat. Verse)
Smooth beat.... love it.
4/5
10 Last Call
A fun party track.....
4/5
11 Triple X Files
Yes,and we finally got the full version of this x-rated track.
4/5
12 Afta Dark
hhhmmmm this sounds like a grower...
3/5
13 Cold World
Nice story rap over a dope piano backdrop...
4/5
14 Kaoss & Sirens (Feat. El Dog & Big Mike)
Shit is fire.... another favorite of mine (Big Mike) drops by with a verse.
4.5/5
15 Witness Your Execution (Feat. Erotic D)
Some hardcore gangster shit.... gunshots,dark synths,piano.....
4/5

Overall opinion and rating
Half of the tracks is "old" (either appeared on other projects or leaked)..... those tracks is without doubt fire.... but still.
If I look passed that,it's one of the best album so far in 2008.
Dope beats by Erotic and 6-2 delivers as always.......  ;)
Overall rating;
4 out of 5

Related thread;
Top Albums of 2008 so far..... (http://www.dubcnn.com/connect/index.php?topic=193717.msg2037419#msg2037419)




Edit, updated;
6-2; Affiliated snippets 4.61MB (http://www.mediafire.com/?zyzqjmgni2u) (mediafire link)



Related links;
Six2 Aka: 6Two Aka: 6-2 Aka: Six-Two Aka: Deuce Aka: 2-Face Aka: Edd Feddieīs blog;
http://gorillapympin.blogspot.com/
Six2 Aka: 6Two Aka: 6-2 Aka: Six-Two Aka: Deuce Aka: 2-Face Aka: Edd Feddieīs myspace;
http://www.myspace.com/sixtwogorilla
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: TRG on January 01, 2009, 10:40:32 PM

Greg Street - Six O' Clock Vol. 1
(http://1.bp.blogspot.com/_BBfSiBg-Cf0/SVxJLYbJcsI/AAAAAAAAATo/hKBxmd2ImT4/s320/GS-60C.jpg)
6-2; Simple As That (Extended/alternative version) produced by Jazze Pha (http://www.mediafire.com/?eyhmey4tiho)


props mate
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Dre-Day on January 11, 2009, 09:36:22 AM
8 Mentally Disturbed
CLASSIC..... another old track,but shit is so classic. You can't go wrong with Dr.Dre and 6-2
5/5

Chad, the fact that the track is on there makes me think Six 2 has more Dre stuff, what do you think?
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Chad Vader on January 11, 2009, 05:59:38 PM
8 Mentally Disturbed
CLASSIC..... another old track,but shit is so classic. You can't go wrong with Dr.Dre and 6-2
5/5

Chad, the fact that the track is on there makes me think Six 2 has more Dre stuff, what do you think?


Why do you think that? Itīs also featured on Mac-A-Roni and G's (http://www.amazon.com/gp/offer-listing/B000FTAN1W/ref=sr_1_olp_4?ie=UTF8&s=music&qid=1231721877&sr=1-4) (1 Used & new from $20.00) so?
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Dre-Day on January 12, 2009, 01:50:09 AM
8 Mentally Disturbed
CLASSIC..... another old track,but shit is so classic. You can't go wrong with Dr.Dre and 6-2
5/5

Chad, the fact that the track is on there makes me think Six 2 has more Dre stuff, what do you think?


Why do you think that? Itīs also featured on Mac-A-Roni and G's (http://www.amazon.com/gp/offer-listing/B000FTAN1W/ref=sr_1_olp_4?ie=UTF8&s=music&qid=1231721877&sr=1-4) (1 Used & new from $20.00) so?


the aftermath six2 album got shelved and i know there are leftovers.
i assume that he has the master of Mentally Disturbed, so perhaps he has more
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Chad Vader on January 12, 2009, 02:12:47 AM
8 Mentally Disturbed
CLASSIC..... another old track,but shit is so classic. You can't go wrong with Dr.Dre and 6-2
5/5

Chad, the fact that the track is on there makes me think Six 2 has more Dre stuff, what do you think?


Why do you think that? It's also featured on Mac-A-Roni and G's (http://www.amazon.com/gp/offer-listing/B000FTAN1W/ref=sr_1_olp_4?ie=UTF8&s=music&qid=1231721877&sr=1-4) (1 Used & new from $20.00) so?


the aftermath six2 album got shelved and i know there are leftovers.
i assume that he has the master of Mentally Disturbed, so perhaps he has more


Dre may,Dre may not but sorry I lost all faith in Aftermath/Interscope,so fuck em!  >:(
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Dre-Day on January 12, 2009, 02:15:43 AM
8 Mentally Disturbed
CLASSIC..... another old track,but shit is so classic. You can't go wrong with Dr.Dre and 6-2
5/5

Chad, the fact that the track is on there makes me think Six 2 has more Dre stuff, what do you think?


Why do you think that? It's also featured on Mac-A-Roni and G's (http://www.amazon.com/gp/offer-listing/B000FTAN1W/ref=sr_1_olp_4?ie=UTF8&s=music&qid=1231721877&sr=1-4) (1 Used & new from $20.00) so?


the aftermath six2 album got shelved and i know there are leftovers.
i assume that he has the master of Mentally Disturbed, so perhaps he has more


Dre may,Dre may not but sorry I lost all faith in Aftermath/Interscope,so fuck em!  >:(


i'm not talking about Dre, i'm talking about Six 2.

Dre ain't never going to drop that shit, neither will DOC ( if he has anything).
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Chad Vader on January 12, 2009, 07:28:14 PM
http://www.dubcnn.com (http://www.dubcnn.com)
http://www.dubcnn.com/interviews/bigmike (http://www.dubcnn.com/interviews/bigmike)
DUBCNN: Exclusive Interview With Big Mike! (Geto Boys/Dr. Dre/Death Row/Six2) (The thread) (http://www.dubcnn.com/connect/index.php?topic=205922.msg2081243#msg2081243) link
(http://dubcnn.com/interviews/bigmike/bigmike.jpg)

Dubcnn: Big Mike, get us up to speed with what you have going on.

This is what I’m doing. I’m working on an album with me and Six2 called Southern Hydro, right? Me, Deuce & Erotic, other than that I've just been working on my solo sh-t. It's probably not going to drop until late January early February. As far as producers, just little name producers and sh-t, not any big name producers on my sh-t. I got a few features on my sh-t from Rick Ross, Chamillionaire, B.G., other than that that’s it.


Dubcnn: What’s the status with the Southern Hydro project?
I heard you guys were going to have to re-record that material.

We need to go in there and tweak it a little bit; do some other things that need to be done. Things changed with the producer situation, so just some little things need to be done; we just need to go in and do a couple tracks, but nothing major. It’s nothing that’s going to stop progress.
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Dre-Day on January 13, 2009, 11:23:29 AM
8 Mentally Disturbed
CLASSIC..... another old track,but shit is so classic. You can't go wrong with Dr.Dre and 6-2
5/5

Chad, the fact that the track is on there makes me think Six 2 has more Dre stuff, what do you think?


Why do you think that? Itīs also featured on Mac-A-Roni and G's (http://www.amazon.com/gp/offer-listing/B000FTAN1W/ref=sr_1_olp_4?ie=UTF8&s=music&qid=1231721877&sr=1-4) (1 Used & new from $20.00) so?


ok, i forgot about the previously unreleased track Weed Snortin'
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Chad Vader on January 13, 2009, 12:21:01 PM
8 Mentally Disturbed
CLASSIC..... another old track,but shit is so classic. You can't go wrong with Dr.Dre and 6-2
5/5

Chad, the fact that the track is on there makes me think Six 2 has more Dre stuff, what do you think?


Why do you think that? It's also featured on Mac-A-Roni and G's (http://www.amazon.com/gp/offer-listing/B000FTAN1W/ref=sr_1_olp_4?ie=UTF8&s=music&qid=1231721877&sr=1-4) (1 Used & new from $20.00) so?


OK, i forgot about the previously unreleased track Weed Snortin'


20$ ain't that bad,maybe you should pick up the album while you have the chance?
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Dre-Day on January 13, 2009, 12:24:48 PM
8 Mentally Disturbed
CLASSIC..... another old track,but shit is so classic. You can't go wrong with Dr.Dre and 6-2
5/5

Chad, the fact that the track is on there makes me think Six 2 has more Dre stuff, what do you think?


Why do you think that? It's also featured on Mac-A-Roni and G's (http://www.amazon.com/gp/offer-listing/B000FTAN1W/ref=sr_1_olp_4?ie=UTF8&s=music&qid=1231721877&sr=1-4) (1 Used & new from $20.00) so?


OK, i forgot about the previously unreleased track Weed Snortin'


20$ ain't that bad,maybe you should pick up the album while you have the chance?

check the seller, not a lot of ratings  :P
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: D-Nice on January 14, 2009, 08:34:02 PM

Chad Vader's review of 6-2īs; Affiliated


Six 2-Affiliated
(http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3159/3096121077_c8575d20cf_b.jpg)
http://cdbaby.com/cd/six2rap

1 Affiliated (Feat. Erotic D)
6-2 the bitch killa going loco  :laugh: A dramatic opening track....
3.5/5
2 Dressed 2 Kill
Classic 6-2.... love it.
4.5/5
3 Playerz Nite Out (Feat. Steve Victory, Alize Ali, & Verse)
Nah... WTF  :-X >:(
1.5/5
4 Deeply Thinkin
A old track but shit is classic...so  ;)
5/5
5 Act Rite (Feat. El Dog, Erotic D, & Nina Ross)
The beat absolutely fire.... El-Dog,Erotic and 6-2 all kills it. The hook is ehhhh special.... but shit is dope  ;)
4/5
6 I Can't Wait
Another killer beat.... needless to flow like no other on it  ;)
5/5
7 What Would You Do?
This one is already a party classic.... 6-2 over Eroticīs replayed MJ/Quincy Jones classic Billie Jean.
5/5
8 Mentally Disturbed
CLASSIC..... another old track,but shit is so classic. You can't go wrong with Dr.Dre and 6-2
5/5
9 A Place 2 Go (Feat. Verse)
Smooth beat.... love it.
4/5
10 Last Call
A fun party track.....
4/5
11 Triple X Files
Yes,and we finally got the full version of this x-rated track.
4/5
12 Afta Dark
hhhmmmm this sounds like a grower...
3/5
13 Cold World
Nice story rap over a dope piano backdrop...
4/5
14 Kaoss & Sirens (Feat. El Dog & Big Mike)
Shit is fire.... another favorite of mine (Big Mike) drops by with a verse.
4.5/5
15 Witness Your Execution (Feat. Erotic D)
Some hardcore gangster shit.... gunshots,dark synths,piano.....
4/5

Overall opinion and rating
Half of the tracks is "old" (either appeared on other projects or leaked)..... those tracks is without doubt fire.... but still.
If I look passed that,it's one of the best album so far in 2008.
Dope beats by Erotic and 6-2 delivers as always.......  ;)
Overall rating;
4 out of 5

Related thread;
Top Albums of 2008 so far..... (http://www.dubcnn.com/connect/index.php?topic=193717.msg2037419#msg2037419)




Edit, updated;
6-2; Affiliated snippets 4.61MB (http://www.mediafire.com/?zyzqjmgni2u) (mediafire link)



Related links;
Six2 Aka: 6Two Aka: 6-2 Aka: Six-Two Aka: Deuce Aka: 2-Face Aka: Edd Feddieīs blog;
http://gorillapympin.blogspot.com/
Six2 Aka: 6Two Aka: 6-2 Aka: Six-Two Aka: Deuce Aka: 2-Face Aka: Edd Feddieīs myspace;
http://www.myspace.com/sixtwogorilla

Yeah Affiliated did have some bangers on there. My favorites would have to be What Would U Do, Dressed 2 Kill and Mentally Disturbed. Although it does have alot of older tracks it is banging pretty much from front to back. I am highly anticipating Southern Hydro though. That has classic written all over it. And a "proper" new album from 6-2 as well.
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Dre-Day on January 15, 2009, 02:30:05 AM
Yeah Affiliated did have some bangers on there. My favorites would have to be What Would U Do, Dressed 2 Kill and Mentally Disturbed. Although it does have alot of older tracks it is banging pretty much from front to back. I am highly anticipating Southern Hydro though. That has classic written all over it. And a "proper" new album from 6-2 as well.

yeah What Would You Do is one of my favourites too  8)
along with Affiliated  :sun: i would rate it higher than Chad; 8/10 or something like that, because the track is just whoa  :o
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Chad Vader on January 18, 2009, 01:17:43 AM

How you guys feel about Ron C? (Nemesis) (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nemesis_(group))
I bumped the hell out of this joint when it came out;
(http://musicishere.com/getpic.php?aid=78143&type=1)
Aint No Secret (http://www.mediafire.com/?n0mkmngjdzz) mediafire link
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Chad Vader on January 21, 2009, 02:56:51 PM
http://www.dubcnn.com (http://www.dubcnn.com)
http://www.dubcnn.com/interviews/christinegabriel/ (http://www.dubcnn.com/interviews/christinegabriel/)

(http://www.dubcnn.com/interviews/christinegabriel/christinegabriel.jpg)


With her husband & business partner Erotic D locked up and trapped behind bars, Dubcnn reached out to Christine Gabriel for this exclusive interview. Talking to Chad Kiser & Jonathan Hay, the very beautiful and vivacious Mrs. Gabriel weighs in on her relationship with Erotic D, how she manages her day-to-day life as an actress/model/wife/mother, as well as a few more personal and intimate discussions.

While Erotic is temporarily “out of the office”, Christine is helping to run the daily operations of E-World Entertainment, while also helping their family cope without having their beloved father & husband. As the old saying goes, behind every good man is a great woman…or in the Christine’s own words, “a down-ass b-tch!”

As ever, you can read this exclusive interview below and continue to hit me up on Myspace or email me with all your ideas, tips, and thoughts and be sure to leave feedback in our forums!

http://www.dubcnn.com/interviews/christinegabriel/ (http://www.dubcnn.com/interviews/christinegabriel/)

Stay tuned to Dubcnn for more news and updates on Erotic D, Christine & E-World Entertainment!





^^^^Check it out ^^^^ ;)
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: 3rd Coast on January 28, 2009, 05:20:36 PM
(http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/9/9b/FILaFRESH.jpg)

jus threw this in ya other thread..incase u dont got it..

workin on the other ones
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Chad Vader on January 29, 2009, 02:38:34 AM
(http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/9/9b/FILaFRESH.jpg)

jus threw this in ya other thread..incase u dont got it..

workin on the other ones


The D.O.C; I hate to goto work (http://www.zshare.net/audio/54799300b5467a26/) zshare link


tom joyner useta play this every mornin when he was the dj at k104 in dallas..
every car in dallas had this shit knockin back then...


 ;) Classic
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Lunatic on February 17, 2009, 12:59:02 PM
http://www.zshare.net/audio/55767366322ecf7e/
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Chad Vader on February 17, 2009, 01:16:21 PM
Big Ben (Rally Boys) feat. Twisted Black (One Gud Cide) & 6-2 (Genacide) - G'D UP
http://www.zshare.net/audio/55767366322ecf7e/


+1 chill track,the beat fit Twisted the best.
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Þŕiņįë on February 17, 2009, 01:18:29 PM
Mac-A-Roni and G's..haha. Pretty clever.
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: dubsmith_nz on February 17, 2009, 02:34:51 PM
Yo was wondering who you think "Screwz Loose" was produced by? Sounded very Dre'ish
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: dubsmith_nz on February 17, 2009, 05:40:32 PM
Dunno thats what Ive got track 10 of Macaroni and G'z labeled as on my computer? It's between "Last Call" and "Luv 2 Lust". All my tracks are the same except for that one which doesnt appear on that cover? :-|

Damn thats a whorey ass cover tho lol, cant read shit
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Chad Vader on February 17, 2009, 06:07:51 PM
Yo was wondering who you think "Screwz Loose" was produced by? Sounded very Dre'ish

"Screwz Loose"? anyway,here's the credits for Mac-A-Roni and G's
(http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2109/2100986510_b299abf3bf_b.jpg)

Dunno thats what Ive got track 10 of Macaroni and G'z labeled as on my computer? It's between "Last Call" and "Luv 2 Lust". All my tracks are the same except for that one which doesnt appear on that cover? :-|

Damn thats a whorey ass cover tho lol, cant read shit


hope this help;  ;)
(http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3198/3289305838_07f1af89cd_b.jpg)
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Dre-Day on February 24, 2009, 10:59:19 AM
is there anywhere i can download "Affiliated"?
hey, did you check it out?
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Kurupt1607 on February 24, 2009, 11:02:15 AM
I love 6-2 shit ! This man was the shit on 2001 and The Deuce, i don't have the OG of Mac-Roni's and G's but i got some tracks like this Weed Snortin' tune produced by Dre, the works 6-2 made with Erotic is dope too ! I would like hear more songs of him, this dude is talent.
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Dre-Day on February 24, 2009, 11:24:13 AM
I love 6-2 shit ! This man was the shit on 2001 and The Deuce, i don't have the OG of Mac-Roni's and G's but i got some tracks like this Weed Snortin' tune produced by Dre, the works 6-2 made with Erotic is dope too ! I would like hear more songs of him, this dude is talent.
check out Six 2's (street) album, affiliated ;)
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Kurupt1607 on February 24, 2009, 11:46:18 AM
Yes i just have seen above of me, it looks nice  8)

Just Mentally Disturbed I already know.
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Dre-Day on February 24, 2009, 02:00:55 PM
Yes i just have seen above of me, it looks nice  8)

Just Mentally Disturbed I already know.
so you also saw the link to previews of the songs?  :)
http://cdbaby.com/cd/six2rap
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: k1000 on February 24, 2009, 02:30:04 PM

check out Six 2's (street) album, affiliated ;)

it's a real good album. i like it very much.
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Dre-Day on February 25, 2009, 02:58:09 AM

check out Six 2's (street) album, affiliated ;)

it's a real good album. i like it very much.
that's good to know, props for checking it  :)
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Chad Vader on March 02, 2009, 02:57:25 PM
Living Legend: The DOC Interview Part 1
http://raptalk.net/website/content/view/1342/54/

That's right, it isn't a typo! Raptalk.Net hooked up with the living legend and Dr. Dre's right hand man for the past 20 years, The DOC himself.

In this exclusive interview which lasted nearly an hour long, myself (Lunatic) and The DOC touched on every aspect and every project his career has ever been apart of. We start this interview off nice and appropriately with The DOC letting the fans know how he got hooked up with NWA way back in the 80s.

The DOC talks about his greatest and most memorable studio memories for the recording process for the classic and legendary NWA album, "Straight Outta Compton", quite the experience The DOC was polite enough to share with us!

That ofcourse later brought his solo debut to the table, the classic "No One Can Do It Better." The album which was entirely produced by Dr. Dre, is one of the greatest Hip-Hop albums ever released and The DOC gives us his in-depth outlook on that album today. We even get a cool tidbit regarding how much leftover material from this album exists and what DOC's favorite track from the album is! Did you ever wonder how "The Formula" record came about? It went down in quite spooky fashion, a story we have exclusively for you in this interview!

After the success of this album, tragedy struck. As all know, The DOC shortly after suffered a car accident injury which severely damaged his vocal cords and ruined his solo career as a recording artist. The DOC lets us into his mind and tells us how thoughts formed about life in the days, weeks and months that followed the accident.

The DOC did however remain an important staple in west coast Hip-Hop and talks about his help creating "The Chronic" album and his thoughts on that, plus the "Doggystyle" album.

DOC had a falling out with Dr. Dre but then re-formed their positive relationship and The DOC was once agian at the helm of Dr. Dre on the "2001" album being invited to recording sessions. Which album does The DOC prefer? The Chronic or 2001? The answer is inside!

Enjoy...

Read Full Interview: http://raptalk.net/website/content/view/1342/54/


^^^^^^Check it out^^^^^

Living Legend: The DOC Interview Part 2
Exactly a week ago today, we at Raptalk.Net dropped part one of two parts in our monumental DOC interview extravaganza! In that read, The DOC took us down memory lane discussing all three of his solo albums, NWA, the car accident, The Chronic, 2001, DoggyStyle and more! (all quite in-depth may I add)

Today, exactly one week later, we bring to you the second and final installment in this two part interview.

The interview starts off with many questions regarding the infamous "Detox" album, which is of course set to be the third and final album released by Dr. Dre. The DOC credits to working on this album as being the hardest thing he has ever done in the music business - quite a feat for a man who has been apart of such legendary and well-crafted projects!

Just how often is everyone in the studio working on Detox? How much of the album is done? is Dr. Dre finally eyeballing a release date? All these questions and more are asked and answered!

One of the recent so-called album leaks featured a track with R. Kelly! Was that track really set to appear on Detox? What is with the rumors of Dre working with T.I., Lil Wayne and Fergie? It is all addressed people!

The DOC is set to re-gain his voice and come back for one final album, nearly twenty years after he suffered a car accident and lost his voice!?! Doesn't such a claim sound like an impossible fairy tale that fans are just waiting to come true! Well recent shocking revelations have revealed that it really is possible and The DOC walks us through the process that until Raptalk.Net dropped it on this interview, was mere rumors! Get all the details surrounding it!

Enjoy...

Read Full interview Here: http://raptalk.net/website/content/view/1371/54/


Part 2 is up  ;)
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: RapClips on March 03, 2009, 07:53:50 AM
what cd is Big Ben (Rally Boys) feat. Twisted Black (One Gud Cide) & 6-2 (Genacide) - G'D UP from?
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Chad Vader on May 26, 2009, 10:26:45 AM
New In Depth D.O.C. Interview (talks Detox, solo album, more)
http://illuminati2g.webs.com/docinterview.htm

I2G chopped it up with the one and only D.O.C. for a interview. We discuss the incredible news about the surgery he will be having to restore most of his voice back, Detox of course, his process in writing songs, take a trip down memory lane with hip hop and much more. One of the realest, down to earth people I have had the honor of meeting.

Illuminati 2G is here with D.O.C. how's it going?

I am doing pretty good. Let me ask you a question.

Alright.

Illuminati 2G, what is that?

It's a hip hop website, we cover everything.

Why the name Illuminati?

Just a twist on the whole New World Order type thing but a new way of looking at hip hop from my perspective.

Ok I get cha. I am a information geek, I am into that kind of stuff. (laughs)

No problem. So what have you been up to lately? What have you been working on music wise other than Detox?

No man we are all putting our..., you know when the good Doctor goes to bat, we all drop everything else we are doing. Of course you know it is all music so I am always working on something. But Detox is really what is getting all of my energy.

The internet is a buzz. They are talking about after Detox drops there is a rumor that you are going to have a operation on your vocal cords and you are going to put one more solo album. Is there any truth to that?

You damn right, but you know what...., I am getting so excited about it that I may move the surgery up and try and make Detox.

Wow.

I know that is a bug out right? I am thinking about it, it is just the rehab time would cut my abilites short of actually putting work in on record and I do not want to miss out on that because Detox is a huge album.

Why did you decide to do the surgery now? I heard a rumor about 3 years ago Jerry Heller was in a interview saying that the surgery could have been done a long time ago but for whatever reason it did not happen. Why did you decide to do it now?

You know what I wish Jerry Heller would have come to me and told me that but I just think Jerry Heller is full of shit. But it was a possibility that it could have been done a long time ago. Because to be honest with you it never crossed my mind to look and see. I had gotten so used to my situation, I just decided for the most part to deal with it. It took a long time to fight through the depression behind it, but I had got to a point where I felt like I could just deal with it. I make great money writing and producing with people that I love and care about, but for these last couple of years Dre had been really brown beating me about going and checking this thing out (surgery). Dre can be pretty aggressive about stuff when he wants it. I got tired of hearing him talk about it but what really sparked it is one morning I was having a conversation with Snoop and he challenged me to do it.

I am a very competitive type of person and he was basically saying that I was scared to go do it. He said he would pay for the doctor visit and the surgery so I took him up on it. I went to the doctor and what we found out was crazy. What we thought was wrong the whole time was not wrong. The things that we thought for the past 20 years were the issues, were not the issues. The problem could be fixed and relatively easy.

Just in your personal opinion in dealing with Dre, do you feel like the pressure and everything of dropping a album like Detox, do you think that is the reason that it has taken so long for it to come out?

Nah, the one thing about Dre, he never feels the pressure. Because he knows what he is, even more than we do. When I say we do, I mean we know when we have a hit record in our hands or a great album, but he knows that even more than we do. Dre is a rich, rich dude, he does not have to do this record, so he is doing it for the love. If he did not feel like he had it in him, he would not do the record. But trust me, the world is going to love this guy's record. Because he is putting everything into it and everyone working on it is putting the same energy and focus into it just like the early days. He wants perfection and I can't blame him. That is why I was really thinking of moving the surgery up and be on this record. I mean I was on the last song on NWA's record, I thought it would be so cool to do the last song on Detox. So I thought it would be so poetic, and I was always feeling that idea, but who knows.

I always wondered with you being a song writer, where do you get your inspiration to write songs for people? Do you collaborate with people or is it you have a idea and pitch it to say Snoop or Dre. What's the process if any that you go through?

Well I am a writer, more so then a rapper. I was gifted with this voice and I probably got the best rhythms in this business, still to this day. When rappers rap, they are in this thing called a pocket. That is a place with the music and inside the drums patterns where as long as you are in that pocket, someone can hear the words that you are saying and understand it, but the music never loses that tempo. That tempo that comes in a artist's head. Well my writing comes from that pocket. But the subject matter comes from the person, so whoever it may be, I am not going to rap the same kind of stuff that Snoop raps. Snoop ain't gonna rap the exact same stuff that Dre raps. I am not a gangsta rapper persay, that is not the kind of stuff that I get into. But when I write songs for people I know what they like so I go into their state of mind and try to write from their perpsective.

Another way is to get inside the minds of the young people that are always in the circle. Slim Da Mobster is one, who is actually my nephew. But he has got a record coming out on Aftermath and he is probably the best young MC I have heard in YEARS. There is this other cat named Haze who is another artist who is coming out on Aftermath soon, both of these guys I use them to get into the new slang and new termanologies and all that kind of stuff. I ride their waves.

One track that I love that you wrote for Snoop actually on Blue Carpet Treatment was the song Round Here. Is there anything that you can talk about that you remember about that track? The vibe, where you in the studio with Snoop when the track was being done?

You know what, Snoop just so happened to be in the studio that day and Dre played the drums. Snoop laid the hook and by the time I got there, they were playing this thing. I love it like you love it right off the bat. Actually I took the track home, Round Here and also That's That Shit, I took both home that night and wrote both of those songs that night.

Wow, yeah that song was crazy because it had a real gangsta tone to it. I know people were saying that it had the Dido sample, the same one that the Stan song had with Eminem. I like Snoop's tone on it, it was not the same tone he had on say Doggystyle or Chronic, but lyrically it was hard but it was not like he was whispering over the track, but his tone and voice was lower. I always wondered if you and Dre maybe told Snoop to try something different with your delivery or how that song came together, because that song is crazy.

Nah Snoop just liked how I wrote the song and how I laid the song. He just went it there and did it how he felt it. Of course they have voices and I don't so the sound is different. But I could give a fuck where the track came from, the shit sounded good. People always have a reason to give you a negative take on something. But the shit sounded good to me and I loved the way the raps felt to me. I wish they would have done more with the song but it is probably for that reason that you just stated. Maybe because it had the sample and they did not want to feel like they were stepping on Em's toes they did not push it as a single.

Yeah that is a crazy record. Do you ever check out albums or anything or are you personally critical of albums that you do not have a hand in? Like for example Ego Trippin from Snoop? I always wondered albums that you did not collaborate with Snoop on, do you listen to them? What is your thoughts on Snoop's last record?

It is not in my nature to criticize people's art. That is just not for me to do. I am not sure if it was the artist Van Gogh or not but lets use him for example. Nowadays everyone says his art is the best thing since fucking toilet paper. Back in his day, they probably thought the guy was just fucking nuts. So to clarify, I don't do that with artists, I don't get into it. Why disrespect the Soulja Boy's or the guys from Dallas/Ft. Worth that do the Stanky Legg, it's all good. If you black and that shit can make you money, by rapping then I say go get that money. Because these boys could be doing alot fucking worse then that. If you can't see that then you just a asshole.

Right, I hear ya. Is your solo album still going to be called Voices Through Hot Vessels or did you change the name at all for it?

Well see when Dre and I came up with the Voices Through Hot Vessels record, I wanted to do another record. So I wanted to do one last record with him for this game. We thought about it and thought the best way to do it would be for me to write 12 songs from my perspective and get the people that I love and respect in the game to rap the lyrics for me. Maybe TI would do one, Snoop would do one, Dre would do one, so on and so on. But now that I get my voice back, or I am getting a voice back, I don't think I am going to NEED anyone to be rapping on my own shit (laughs).

Right (laughs)

I don't think I will be allowing any other voices on my record but mine.

Do you still have the Silverback Records label that you dropped the album Deuce about 5,6 years ago, is that still up and running for you?

I still have it running, but I have not put any energy into that thing in about 3 or 4 years. I have not had the time or the energy and making records without Dre and without my family out here on the west coast is just not something that I want to do. I snuffed out all the egotistical thoughts and came back to the west coast to end this the right way.

I wanted to do a quick word association with you. Just going to throw a artist or group's name out and you just say the first thing that comes to your mind. First one is 6-2.

My nigga

Erotic D

Bitch nigga

Ice Cube

My nigga

I always wondered what you thought about the NWA reunion without Eazy E back then

Well that is a tough one. I don't have a real opinion on that. I loved the fact that those guys were coming together to make a record. And what are you going to do, change the name? But in the end they decided not to do it. I think the best thing that they could have did was come together and build on what we built. Make sure Eazy was well represented on the project and other projects as well. I got a really cool song about Eazy that I am going to do on my album. The funny thing is about my record I am always writing songs so I have a billion songs, DOC songs, and they just sit. Because as a artist and a writer if I don't get the shit out, I will go crazy. Like I said before I am not a gangsta rapper persay, so the things that I say are not always the things that Dre or Snoopy or anybody else would say. So these songs just sit. MC Breed, God bless his soul, he came and snatched a whole bunch of them and took them back to Atlanta and planned on doing a album. He actually did some of them but I don't know what happened to that stuff. People are trying to get it and release it, I am not sure if they will allow that. It was cool position for me to do another album on Breed and just let him use all of those songs and put him out, but God called my nigga home. So I have to deal with that.

Did you at any time ever work with Big Mike?

Which Big Mike?

Rap-A-Lot Big Mike, Geto Boys Big Mike

When it was Big Mike and 3-2 (The Convicts), they spent alot of time around us during the Chronic days. They spent alot of time around us then but they was just friends with everyone. If I did, I can't remember right now doing any work with Mike, but he is a friend, so I may have, but I never got no money from it.

If you could rank your personal Top 5 rappers dead or alive who would it be?

Biggie Smalls, Rakim, Slick Rick, D.O.C., Eminem

Woah

You can scramble that around however you want, it don't matter. All them niggas is cold (laughs)

What about Top 5 up and coming rappers that you think are dope that are out right now?

My favorite young rapper is Slim Da Mobster. But I am biased because he is my family but then I am not biased because the motherfucker is cold. Excuse my language, I don't want to be using bad language on ya site.

It's all good, don't worry about it.

(laughs) Yeah Slim reminds me of the golden era. All those MC that I mentioned earlier, Slim got a little bit of all in him. He is a throwback so Slim and Haze are my top 2 guys. Shit I don't listen to a whole lot of anything else. Is Wayne up and coming? He is up and came (laughs)

Nah he has been around for a while. I don't consider him new.

I don't really know or check out alot of the new artists that are coming out right now. It is so many of them and they are coming from everywhere, I have no idea where the hell all of these dudes are poppin up from. But I like them all, as long as they getting money I like them, but as far as rap that I am going to buy, I can't wait till Slim Da Mobster's record comes out. His music does not even leave the studio, that is how important his music is to everyone involved, and I want a copy myself.

Just getting back a little bit on the solo tip, so does that mean no one is going to get no song writing from you once Detox drops? You gonna lock yourself in the lab and just work on this album?

Once Detox drops, I am going to....., yeah pretty much. Just lock it up and go and do my own thing. I am going to give it the same energy as Dre is giving Detox. I am not going to drop anything until it is completely ready. Man I can't even put into fucking words the anxiousness I have to do this thing. I have so much to prove still. They cut me off so early, I did not really get a chance to do it. I got so much to prove still to myself and to a whole new audience. I sit back and imagine what a thrill it will be to be able to be on stage and rap The Formula. I mean that is INSANE to me.

Yeah when I first heard the news, that just tripped me out.

Yeah it is.

Do you have a wish list of rappers or anyone that you would like to work with or is this just something that you want to do just by yourself?

I told you I am not sharing nothing. I will probably be the only voice on that fucking record. Then again no one ever knows, maybe it will be a double album. 12 songs just me and 12 songs all with other people. I got alot to say and I would love to work with some of these other guys out here. There is no need to make a wish list because who would not want to rap with me when I get my voice back?

Definitely

Who would not want to make a fucking song with me? Come on let's keep it fucking real (laughs)

That would be a side project in itself right there.

Dre is more excited then I am about the possibilities because the guy is like my brother. We share alot of love for one another and I think he wants to see this worst then I do.

Other then your first album or you own work, your favorite track that you wrote for somebody else that if you did have your voice you would be like nah I want to keep that song for myself. The greatest song that you feel that you have wrote that you wrote for somebody else.

Wow that is a pretty good question. What song was I just thinking about....., oh it is one of these new songs. I can't tell you which one it is. It is one of these Detox songs. Who knows, maybe it won't make it so we will see. With all these damn leaks and shit, once a song leaks out it will never make it. I seen and heard that Topless song that leaked.

Yeah

I like that record. And the song with R. Kelly that leaked.

Yeah it is crazy, people are in demand for anything Dre or Detox related. Whether it is meant for the album or not, people just want to hear something.

I think in due time people will have what they have been waiting for.

Is there any songs that you have a personal favorite that HAS been released already that you would say man I wish I would have kept that for myself?

No, because everything I do, I do for my people. I am not a selfish cat like that. Like I said the stuff those guys rap about, 9 times out of 10 that is really not my type of hype. I am not into murder, death, kill in my music. I rap for the joy of putting the shit together. My intent is not for destroying somebody's credibility or stopping someone from making opportunitites. That is not the kind of person that I am. Matter of fact, even though all I hang around is "the niggas", or "street thugs", or "street niggas", that mentality ain't the same as my mentality. I am not a killer, I am a bring shit together kind of person. If I can ever get these "niggas" all on the same page, maybe I could do some real shit with this music. That was my train of thinking as a young dude, but then again things got moving too fast and I got caught up in the mix. I am more of a healer then I am a killer, so it is not in my nature to want to take something from someone.

Well that is all the questions that I have for you. It has been a real honor in interviewing you and I appreciate it. Is there any last words you want to get out there to the people?

Yeah I appreciate all the outpouring of love and support I am getting behind this operation. As you can probably understand I am not gun ho about people cutting on my neck but I know it is a G O D thing, not a D O C thing so I am walking bold and I am standing strong and thanks for all the love, I am going to give it back as soon as I can.

Appreciate the interview.

Sidenote: After the interview was done, D.O.C. talked more about the operation and that possibly VH1 would be doing a show following DOC all the way up to the operation and post operation and airing it on TV. Dr. Dre is down for the project but it is still in the works.

Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Chad Vader on July 20, 2009, 02:07:58 PM
this is what i found on his myspace page, a new picture:

(http://c2.ac-images.myspacecdn.com/images02/69/l_6513ff4764c345f9adeb83e27af26691.jpg)


 :)



Noncentz any info about this one?
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: D-Nice on August 08, 2009, 09:50:23 AM
No futher info on D.O.C.'s surgery?
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Dre-Day on August 08, 2009, 10:04:27 AM
No futher info on D.O.C.'s surgery?
nope  :-\

lunatic said that he might try to call DOC again, later.

i don't think it's a good idea for me to contact DOC's myspace, as his voice is a very touchy subject for him.
he once misunderstood a message of mine, about his voice & got pissed off ;)
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: D-Nice on August 08, 2009, 10:09:15 AM
No futher info on D.O.C.'s surgery?
nope  :-\

lunatic said that he might try to call DOC again, later.

i don't think it's a good idea for me to contact DOC's myspace, as his voice is a very touchy subject for him.
he once misunderstood a message of mine, about his voice & got pissed off ;)


Damn. Well it seems pointless to me to "hype" it up and then be quiet about the whole thing. I hope that if something fell through with the whole VH1 or reality show deal, he then does not feel like it is worth it to still do it. Then again maybe he got cold feet, but at least give the people a update of what's going on.
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Dre-Day on August 08, 2009, 10:47:40 AM
No futher info on D.O.C.'s surgery?
nope  :-\

lunatic said that he might try to call DOC again, later.

i don't think it's a good idea for me to contact DOC's myspace, as his voice is a very touchy subject for him.
he once misunderstood a message of mine, about his voice & got pissed off ;)


Damn. Well it seems pointless to me to "hype" it up and then be quiet about the whole thing. I hope that if something fell through with the whole VH1 or reality show deal, he then does not feel like it is worth it to still do it. Then again maybe he got cold feet, but at least give the people a update of what's going on.

yeah i know what you mean: typical, isn't it?
as a result, people are going to speculate about it.

i believe that there was never going to be a vh1 show in the first place: i think The D.O.C. was just dreaming.
as far as the operation is concerned: yeah i think he's too scared to take the step.
the thing is, if this is true, then he won't let us know: he's not that type of person.
remember that Jerry Heller once made an appointment for him, yet he didn't show up?
yet he called out Jerry Heller & Erotic D in an interview, a few months ago  :whistle:

i mean i'd like to see that D.O.C. moves on with his life, but at the same time i care about the truth.
so let's hope that i'm wrong about the operation, but i wouldn't be surprised if there's some truth to my theory.
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: D-Nice on August 08, 2009, 11:26:21 AM
No futher info on D.O.C.'s surgery?
nope  :-\

lunatic said that he might try to call DOC again, later.

i don't think it's a good idea for me to contact DOC's myspace, as his voice is a very touchy subject for him.
he once misunderstood a message of mine, about his voice & got pissed off ;)


Damn. Well it seems pointless to me to "hype" it up and then be quiet about the whole thing. I hope that if something fell through with the whole VH1 or reality show deal, he then does not feel like it is worth it to still do it. Then again maybe he got cold feet, but at least give the people a update of what's going on.

yeah i know what you mean: typical, isn't it?
as a result, people are going to speculate about it.

i believe that there was never going to be a vh1 show in the first place: i think The D.O.C. was just dreaming.
as far as the operation is concerned: yeah i think he's too scared to take the step.
the thing is, if this is true, then he won't let us know: he's not that type of person.
remember that Jerry Heller once made an appointment for him, yet he didn't show up?
yet he called out Jerry Heller & Erotic D in an interview, a few months ago  :whistle:

i mean i'd like to see that D.O.C. moves on with his life, but at the same time i care about the truth.
so let's hope that i'm wrong about the operation, but i wouldn't be surprised if there's some truth to my theory.

Real talk Dre.
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Dre-Day on August 08, 2009, 01:19:56 PM

But then again it ain't like he got to keep us posted every week.
That Twitter,Facebook and Myspace bullshit has gone too far.  >:( :-[

that's another thing ;)
i don't want to know when The D.O.C. has visited the toilet,
but it's strange to announce something huge & then hide.
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: D-Nice on August 08, 2009, 01:23:58 PM

But then again it ain't like he got to keep us posted every week.
That Twitter,Facebook and Myspace bullshit has gone too far.  >:( :-[


True but why go out of your way to do interviews and talk about it?
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Booz on August 08, 2009, 01:26:50 PM

But then again it ain't like he got to keep us posted every week.
That Twitter,Facebook and Myspace bullshit has gone too far.  >:( :-[

that's another thing ;)
i don't want to know when The D.O.C. has visited the toilet,
but it's strange to announce something huge & then hide.

Dre told him to shut up and take the operation after Detox or he would be removed because of breaking the code of silence.
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Dre-Day on August 08, 2009, 02:32:21 PM

But then again it ain't like he got to keep us posted every week.
That Twitter,Facebook and Myspace bullshit has gone too far.  >:( :-[


True but why go out of your way to do interviews and talk about it?


it has only been what.... 3 months since those interviews?
They're working on a couple of projects on Aftermath + Snoopīs album.
So I think the whole machine got their hands full.
But who knows they could be working on his recovery as well(?).

Lets wait a minute before we hang him.  ;)

the first interview is 5 months old.
the operation seemed to have a high priority.

if The D.O.C. was in the process of recovery, then we would have known that somehow
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: dubsmith_nz on August 09, 2009, 01:40:47 AM
^^^ Not really bro, we still know fuck all about Nates situation and you'd think the updates would of been coming from his camp...

I reckon twitter him, I did once and he hit me back within a few hours
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Dre-Day on August 09, 2009, 10:52:29 AM
^^^ Not really bro, we still know fuck all about Nates situation and you'd think the updates would of been coming from his camp...

I reckon twitter him, I did once and he hit me back within a few hours
i see your point, but i think Nate Dogg did that on purpose,
while The D.O.C. made a public announcement.

so D.O.C. is on twitter: thanks for letting me know.
since he responded to you, i assume that it wasn't too touchy for him.
i mean, i noticed that he's very selective with responding (through myspace, so i figure it won't be any different with twitter)
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: dubsmith_nz on August 09, 2009, 03:37:57 PM
^^^ Not really bro, we still know fuck all about Nates situation and you'd think the updates would of been coming from his camp...

I reckon twitter him, I did once and he hit me back within a few hours
i see your point, but i think Nate Dogg did that on purpose,
while The D.O.C. made a public announcement.

so D.O.C. is on twitter: thanks for letting me know.
since he responded to you, i assume that it wasn't too touchy for him.
i mean, i noticed that he's very selective with responding (through myspace, so i figure it won't be any different with twitter)


Yeah he posts crazy on twitter, all I said to him was "Good to hear you're getting your voice back, D.O.C., Dre and Snoop, thats Detox!" and he was just like "Hell yeah my nigga no doubt" or some shit, so it wasn't anything insightful that would make him think lol...

Heres his twitter http://twitter.com/WESTCOASTDOC
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Dre-Day on August 10, 2009, 10:09:08 AM
^^^ Not really bro, we still know fuck all about Nates situation and you'd think the updates would of been coming from his camp...

I reckon twitter him, I did once and he hit me back within a few hours
i see your point, but i think Nate Dogg did that on purpose,
while The D.O.C. made a public announcement.

so D.O.C. is on twitter: thanks for letting me know.
since he responded to you, i assume that it wasn't too touchy for him.
i mean, i noticed that he's very selective with responding (through myspace, so i figure it won't be any different with twitter)


Yeah he posts crazy on twitter, all I said to him was "Good to hear you're getting your voice back, D.O.C., Dre and Snoop, thats Detox!" and he was just like "Hell yeah my nigga no doubt" or some shit, so it wasn't anything insightful that would make him think lol...

Heres his twitter http://twitter.com/WESTCOASTDOC
i see, yeah that makes sense  ;)

i think in one of the first messages i sent to him, i was trying to convice him of the greatness of Helter Skelter :laugh:
he really appreciated it & it seemd that he was impressed by the way i had put my message together.
then he said something like keep it tight, so that was cool :)

it was just that in an other conversation, i had written something like"but Dre only lets you do skits" & then he really got pissed off  :P :laugh:
he cooled down a little later & we've had contact after that, but it wasn't the same anymore, for me ;)
that's when i decided to only contact him for simple questions.


Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: dubsmith_nz on August 10, 2009, 03:25:53 PM
Haha yeah, he loves the praise, that Skit comment was pretty damn harsh :laugh:
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: LAXCENTRAL on August 10, 2009, 10:21:40 PM
Anyone know when this is coming? According to both of their myspace pages, this was supposed to come in January, now there's no date...   
i think that came thru
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Dre-Day on August 11, 2009, 08:46:17 AM
Haha yeah, he loves the praise, that Skit comment was pretty damn harsh :laugh:
i see, but at the time, i didn't really expect him to take it personal you know ;)
if anything, it was a stab at Dre for not producing The D.O.C. solo songs.
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: dubsmith_nz on August 11, 2009, 03:16:09 PM
Haha yeah, he loves the praise, that Skit comment was pretty damn harsh :laugh:
i see, but at the time, i didn't really expect him to take it personal you know ;)
if anything, it was a stab at Dre for not producing The D.O.C. solo songs.


Haha true, +1
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Chad Vader on August 24, 2009, 01:09:30 AM
(http://i25.tinypic.com/1214wed.jpg)

http://raptalk.net/website/content/view/1840/54/

Earlier today, we announced that Raptalk will begin an interview craze seeing us drop three interviews a week every Monday, Thursday & Saturday -- We begin right now kicking things off right with a west coast legend...

It’s only been a handful of months since Raptalk hooked up with the legendary DOC for an exclusive two part interview. In that epic feature, Raptalk went through the entire career of the DOC from the debut album, to the accident, to the fallout with Dr. Dre, to Detox and what’s going on now with the potential voice fixing surgery. So why interview the legend again just five months later? After a five month hiatus with no news apparent on the surgery or how Detox is coming along, fans and readers became weary so it seemed the right time for this interview – which is why Raptalk went out and chased down this feature. Read on to get an exclusive look at what is going on with the surgery, Detox and more major announcements from The DOC…

Read Full Interview Here:
http://raptalk.net/website/content/view/1840/54/
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Chad Vader on August 25, 2009, 12:41:03 PM
here is a video from a song they used to play on the radio here in Dallas every morning..
this is back in the Fila Fresh Crew days..

The D.O.C; I hate to go to work (his very first video)
http://www.youtube.com/v/dXQFCRoBSag&hl=en
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dXQFCRoBSag
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Chad Vader on August 28, 2009, 08:24:00 AM
(http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/417BYGQX1JL._AA240_.jpg)
The D.O.C. ft Nate Dogg,6-2,Uptight and Kurupt (not on album version); Concrete Jungle/Big Dick Shit OG (http://www.mediafire.com/?lzgm0ynmq1x) mediafire

I didn't know about this version, what about you?


nah,thanks  ;)



Dirty Red; Gift Of Gab
(http://3.bp.blogspot.com/_BBfSiBg-Cf0/SncYZS70NrI/AAAAAAAAAiA/c7QzXWlESa8/s320/DR-GOG.jpg) (http://deadly-grounds.blogspot.com/2009/08/dirty-red-gift-of-gab.html)
6-2,Dirty Red & Pimp C; Get The Greenboy (http://www.mediafire.com/?kut1mmnji2t) (produced by Pimp C)

and

6-2; feat. Big Zak & Rick Ross; That's Street feat. produced by Polow Da Don (http://www.mediafire.com/?xhjmzzmzzzw)
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Dre-Day on September 07, 2009, 01:03:19 PM
hope you get your voice back, G
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Chad Vader on September 12, 2009, 11:22:53 AM
R Kelly feat The D.O.C; It Ain't Easy Snippet (Sketch for Snoop)
http://www.youtube.com/v/OBOUpEe_jQA&hl=en&fs=1
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OBOUpEe_jQA

Final version;
R. Kelly - Pimpin' Ain't Easy (feat. Snoop Dogg)
http://www.zshare.net/audio/65410778afedcbcc/
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Trip Dee on September 13, 2009, 07:09:35 AM
(http://2.bp.blogspot.com/_2_-Kgvvp8h0/STmxQ2gHcLI/AAAAAAAAABI/fDiI1jORvvg/s1600/SCAN0001.JPG)


(http://pics.myspaceprofiles.org/308/l/112958308_6.jpg)

some news on any of those?  ???
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Trip Dee on September 13, 2009, 09:23:14 AM
cool homie. what about these albums i posted? i guess tru roots won't happen, but what about the SH project?
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Dre-Day on September 13, 2009, 02:14:54 PM
cool homie. what about these albums i posted? i guess tru roots won't happen, but what about the SH project?
i think we know just as much as you ;)
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Chad Vader on September 13, 2009, 03:38:01 PM
(http://2.bp.blogspot.com/_2_-Kgvvp8h0/STmxQ2gHcLI/AAAAAAAAABI/fDiI1jORvvg/s1600/SCAN0001.JPG)


(http://pics.myspaceprofiles.org/308/l/112958308_6.jpg)

some news on any of those?  ???


Big Mike has recently released two new albums and a mixtape,6-2 is featured on 4 tracks. (one of them is produced by Warren G)
Big Mike; Serious As Can Be (http://www.amazon.com/Serious-As-Can-Be-Explicit/dp/B002HI3SBQ/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&s=dmusic&qid=1248785621&sr=8-2) amazon link
(http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/41NR1SUKGVL._SL500_AA280_.jpg)

Related thread;
List of 2009 albums and links to their respective threads (add on) (http://www.dubcnn.com/connect/index.php?topic=222865.0)

and


Big Mike is back.... with his 2nd album this year. (+ a mixtape)

Big Mike; The invitation album (& The Reintroduction mixtape)
(http://img8.imageshack.us/img8/8085/therealbigmike.jpg)

Features;
6-2 is on 4 tracks,Young Bleed,B.G,Chamillionaire and Devin The Dude.

Warren G produced at least one of the cuts.


cool homie. I guess tru roots won't happen?


Tru Roots is just a best of Genacide (6-2 and El-Dog)....
(http://4.bp.blogspot.com/_iUueH5YhH1I/R-7bIhbBQ0I/AAAAAAAAAJM/rURwi56tMJ4/s320/genacide.jpg)
(http://t2.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:RZdmXkHMZNMH1M:http://www.cocaineblunts.com/blunts/wp-content/uploads/2008/10/gena.jpg)
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Chad Vader on September 17, 2009, 12:49:29 AM
Sorry homies not the full version, but ive never seen anyone post up an mp3 of this, so i made one and did what i could to make it sound better (quality wise), also for the people who never heard it since it wasnt never released on any album..enjoy

6Two featuring The D.O.C. & U.P.-T.I.G.H.T. - "Mass Confusion" (Produced by Jazze Pha) [BETTER QUALITY]  (http://www.mediafire.com/?unimi2wm2mj)


+1
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Trip Dee on September 29, 2009, 07:15:30 AM
http://new.music.yahoo.com/videos/genacide/in-da-city--2151532
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Dre-Day on September 29, 2009, 07:17:50 AM
http://new.music.yahoo.com/videos/genacide/in-da-city--2151532
props, never seen that before
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Dre-Day on September 29, 2009, 12:17:54 PM
http://new.music.yahoo.com/videos/genacide/in-da-city--2151532
props, never seen that before


?
itīs on the first page:  :P
http://www.dubcnn.com/connect/index.php?topic=144128.msg1507037#msg1507037
direct (alternative) link;
http://music.yahoo.com/library/default.asp?i=298384&m=videos&add=&

maybe i accidentally overlooked it, or my memory is falling short.
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Trip Dee on September 29, 2009, 01:41:37 PM

http://new.music.yahoo.com/videos/genacide/in-da-city--2151532
props, never seen that before


?
itīs on the first page:  :P
http://www.dubcnn.com/connect/index.php?topic=144128.msg1507037#msg1507037
direct (alternative) link;
http://music.yahoo.com/library/default.asp?i=298384&m=videos&add=&


my bad, i havent noticed it.
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Chad Vader on September 29, 2009, 01:52:49 PM

http://new.music.yahoo.com/videos/genacide/in-da-city--2151532
props, never seen that before


?
it's on the first page:  :P
http://www.dubcnn.com/connect/index.php?topic=144128.msg1507037#msg1507037
direct (alternative) link;
http://music.yahoo.com/library/default.asp?i=298384&m=videos&add=&


my bad, i havent noticed it.


no problemo,the link and info is kinda hard to spot.  ;)
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: EnzoUK on January 21, 2010, 04:10:04 PM
The D.O.C. - 4 My Doggz (Dirty) (VIDEO)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lysWgZI1Hkk

Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Blood$ on October 16, 2015, 08:41:07 PM
a bunch of this needs to be re-up'd  8)
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: CharlieBrown on November 07, 2015, 04:58:27 AM
Hell yeah!
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Six-2 Music on December 19, 2015, 10:18:27 PM
What's up everybody? This is Six-2. (The real Six-2 no one speaking for me)First I want to say thanks for all the love and respect that I have seen here from everybody. Secondly I have been busy the few months working on my own thing getting stuff together so I can bring something new to the table. I think not only am I ready but the fans and the industry are ready to get back to real rap music. I will do my best to keep you all up to date as everything comes together. I also am an active member here so you can always get at me.
You can also follow me at
Www.facebook.com/therealsix2music
Www.twitter.com/six2music

Stream and download music at
Www.six2.bandcamp.com
Www.reverbnation.com

1Luv
Six2
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: DRGNBLZN on December 19, 2015, 11:11:11 PM
Thats fantastic news! Thanks for the info. I'll def be hittin you up on facebook and twitter.

Theres not one weak record with you on it.  8)
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Six-2 Music on July 03, 2016, 09:11:31 PM
Breaking News!!! Finally I am able to let you all know A New Genacide Album is in the works and dropping Soon. Till then check out https://www.reverbnation.com/six2/song/8291220-da-citi-genacide-six2--el-dog
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Six-2 Music on July 27, 2016, 09:21:14 PM
After 15 years the group from Fort Worth, Texas that recived national attention for their song Tha Citi off their Waste Uva Cular Album is back in the studio about to drop their 3rd studio album. They also for the 1st time offering paid features. Check out the preview for their feat on Jay Murdaa & Deeske Dee's Trap House Rollin www.soundcloud.com/the-real-six2/trap-house
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Six-2 Music on January 04, 2017, 04:41:51 PM
Check out the Max Julian Music Experience Vol.1 by Six-2 @ www.soundcloud.com/the-real-six2
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Six-2 Music on February 02, 2017, 02:51:09 PM
Check out the 15+ New Six-2 Songs (Some Previews) that have been add to my SoundCloud including the unreleased  Unforgiven by Six-2 & Dr.Dre at http://SoundCloud.com/the-real-six2 Please Share, Like, Follow, & Leave Comments
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Six-2 Music on February 19, 2018, 03:46:42 AM
whut up Vader,you say you don't fuck with myspace,
but you steal all the songs off erotic d myspace with the download helper.
thats called a busta and by the way erotic knows.


ehhh,now you lost me  ;).... as you can see it's Ichi that has hooked up the tracks  ;)
Anyway,I have purchase every album I feel + I'm collector.
I paid 40$ for your solo album on Amazon,and has bid on the first Genacide. (That is priced 60$).
It's not about stealing,it's about getting what's out there and the quality is distorted anyway. So I see it as a preview  ;).
So when you and Erotic put out hard copies of your new shit,I will support it.  ;)


I just want to say Thank You to all my true fans,/friends,/family. I want to let you all know that I have a limited edition Physical CD's of Still Affiliated available now at www.six2.bandcamp.com I will be releasing limited edition signed copies that limited amounts of all previous CD's along with my new music I have on the way. Please stay up to date at https://m.facebook.com/six2music
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Six-2 Music on February 19, 2018, 03:48:14 AM
whut up Vader,you say you don't fuck with myspace,
but you steal all the songs off erotic d myspace with the download helper.
thats called a busta and by the way erotic knows.


ehhh,now you lost me  ;).... as you can see it's Ichi that has hooked up the tracks  ;)
Anyway,I have purchase every album I feel + I'm collector.
I paid 40$ for your solo album on Amazon,and has bid on the first Genacide. (That is priced 60$).
It's not about stealing,it's about getting what's out there and the quality is distorted anyway. So I see it as a preview  ;).
So when you and Erotic put out hard copies of your new shit,I will support it.  ;)


I just want to say Thank You to all my true fans,/friends,/family. I want to let you all know that I have a limited edition Physical CD's of Still Affiliated available now at www.six2.bandcamp.com I will be releasing limited edition signed copies that limited amounts of all previous CD's along with my new music I have on the way. Please stay up to date at https://m.facebook.com/six2music
Sincerely Yours Six-2
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Six-2 Music on February 19, 2018, 04:16:00 AM
is there anywhere i can download "Affiliated"?
www.six2.bandcamp.com
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Okka on February 19, 2018, 04:18:56 AM
Is This Six-2? Who produced "The Unfogiven"? I love that song.
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Six-2 Music on February 19, 2018, 04:27:40 AM
Is This Six-2? Who produced "The Unfogiven"? I love that song.

It was produced by Dr. Dre.
Don't forget to check out my disqography at www.six2.bandcamp.com
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Okka on February 19, 2018, 05:23:23 AM
Is This Six-2? Who produced "The Unfogiven"? I love that song.

It was produced by Dr. Dre.
Don't forget to check out my disqography at www.six2.bandcamp.com

Yeah, you got a lot of dope shit. I wish i could buy the actual CD's though and not just MP3 or FLAC files.
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: Six-2 Music on February 27, 2018, 10:33:58 AM
Is This Six-2? Who produced "The Unfogiven"? I love that song.

It was produced by Dr. Dre.
Don't forget to check out my disqography at www.six2.bandcamp.com

Yeah, you got a lot of dope shit. I wish i could buy the actual CD's though and not just MP3 or FLAC files.

You can get the physical copy of Still Affiliated Now on Bandcamp. Mac-A-Roni & G's & DFW Icon will be released in limited edition signed copies soon. Appreciate your Support.
Title: Re: The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
Post by: donfathaimmortal on February 27, 2018, 11:42:18 AM
Is This Six-2? Who produced "The Unfogiven"? I love that song.

It was produced by Dr. Dre.
Don't forget to check out my disqography at www.six2.bandcamp.com

Yeah, you got a lot of dope shit. I wish i could buy the actual CD's though and not just MP3 or FLAC files.

You can get the physical copy of Still Affiliated Now on Bandcamp. Mac-A-Roni & G's & DFW Icon will be released in limited edition signed copies soon. Appreciate your Support.

 8)