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Young Gotti's "Same Sh-t Different Day releases June 30, 2006"
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March 26, 2006
 
 
Daz Dillinger, CEO of DPGC is creating a powerful brand and reinventing West Coast music to cross the borders of "hoods" to mainstream. As many thought that Game and Snoop would be the only flagship artists for that region, Daz Dillinger insists that there will be other artists and a whole new era for creativity and poetic story telling as the West coast is known for its Black CNN reporter rap style.  Daz Dillinger launches off his label, as he readies his very own album So So Gangsta July 18, 2006.
 
Mr. Dillinger explains, "I had to work with Kurupt. This is a perfect move.  I think it is an absolute must.  He is still relevant, his verses are still relevant, and we all have a maturity and a level of understanding about life that we plan on sharing with our audience."  Dillinger continues, "People need to really go beyond the hype of names and understand our legacy and understand our ability to deliver."   Mr. Dillinger is very confident that anyone who buys this album will not only be satisfied they will refer it to others.
 
Ms. Miller reveals, "Word of mouth is a definite must for any West Coast artist, because it appears that the Hip Hop industry allows only one region at a time to shine.  It's unfortunate that the powers that be are not savvy enough to take advantage of all coasts at one time."  Ms. Miller continues, "But with people like Daz Dillinger, Mr. Arnold White and just the incredible artists that this label has on it, word of mouth not only is a reality it becomes an actual gift that this label doesn't have to sell out or water down its lyrics just to appease a group of marketing experts who don't know the brand anyway."
 
Daz Dillinger plans on also releasing Soopafly the long time addition of the DPGC group.  Dillinger shows his excitement for his project, "Soopafly is just talented period."  Mr. Dillinger continues, "Soopafly's album - I think with this album you will understand why he is considered one of the most well rounded and all around superstars on the West Coast."  As it is felt that Soopafly is underrated for his creativity, Mr. Dillinger insists that he will put the G-funk shine back on his career.  Dillinger reveals, "Soopafly is the hardest working man and the most creative man in the history of Hip Hop.  It's time he gets the deserved shine, it's not just because I am saying it.  I am a fan of his and I know everyone else will be fans after hearing his album."
 
Label Info:
 
Daz Dillinger- CEO
Arnold White - VP of Promotions
Artists
Soopafly
Kurupt
DP Next Generation
Shemia Miller- VP of Publicity
Young Breezy - In House Production
 

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Young Gotti's "Same Sh-t Different Day releases June 30, 2006"
Soopafly's "Banging West Coast releases August, 2006"
 
 

good news !

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« Reply #2 on: March 27, 2006, 11:18:46 AM »
g-funk has gone

why doesnt daz just give up, seriously, we've had enough
 

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« Reply #3 on: March 27, 2006, 11:23:00 AM »
g-funk has gone

why doesnt daz just give up, seriously, we've had enough

i dont know about yall but i still havent had enough g-funk

good shit, glad to see soopafly might actually drop a lp

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Young Gotti's "Same Sh-t Different Day releases June 30, 2006"
Soopafly's "Banging West Coast releases August, 2006"
 
 

good news !

yea, be unreal if both drop on those dates. all i can c is pushbacks
 

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g-funk has gone

why doesnt daz just give up, seriously, we've had enough

If he makes dope music, he should keep going.  If he's gonna put out bullshit, then fuck it.  I will say that I really liked that Kurupt track that he produced that was on here the other day.  If they're putting 100% into their music and it's dope, i'll support.  
 

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g-funk has gone

why doesnt daz just give up, seriously, we've had enough

If he makes dope music, he should keep going.  If he's gonna put out bullshit, then fuck it.  I will say that I really liked that Kurupt track that he produced that was on here the other day.  If they're putting 100% into their music and it's dope, i'll support.  
 

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cant wait for that shit

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Dillinger reveals, "Soopafly is the hardest working man in the history of Hip Hop.

Ha ha. I wished he said that earlier, the article lost all credibility becuase of this statement.
 

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« Reply #9 on: March 27, 2006, 02:53:47 PM »
There's one rapper they really should sign: Meko from DPGC Idols. I heard a couple of tracks by him and I couldn't draw another conclusion than that Meko is off the fucking hook!
 

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 If they're putting 100% into their music and it's dope, i'll support.  
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kinda stopped listening to daz,but if he drops heat then no doubt ill cop his shit,just hasnt been droppin heat lately imo



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The way he talks about it, sparked my interest (and i never was a Soopafly fan). So as long as the product backs up the hype, I'll support it (its west coast anyway, right)...
 

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cant wait for some more kurupt and soopafly shit :)
 

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Cant wait to hear these albums i might be more excited acutally to finally hear Soopafly I cant remember the last time he dropped a wacc verse. Its been to long since his last album. And Judging from everything i have heard lately Kurupt new album should be nothing short of VERY GOOD.

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Cant wait to hear these albums i might be more excited acutally to finally hear Soopafly I cant remember the last time he dropped a wacc verse. Its been to long since his last album. And Judging from everything i have heard lately Kurupt new album should be nothing short of VERY GOOD.

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I've grown weary of DPGC honestly. I'll believe they can still come with it once I hear it.
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Snoop and Daz been holdin bacc Soopafly for years, I been waiting for a Soopafly album since 1999, and all I got was a dope ass throwaway Death Row cuts the WHOPPTY WHOOP, which shitted on a whole lot of shit