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Re: Southern Hydro (Big Mike and Six2)
« Reply #90 on: May 13, 2008, 12:17:41 PM »
Are there any instrumentals from Helter Skelter about?
 

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Re: Southern Hydro (Big Mike and Six2)
« Reply #91 on: May 19, 2008, 12:12:32 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

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Re: Southern Hydro (Big Mike and Six2)
« Reply #92 on: May 27, 2008, 01:17:45 PM »
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Six2; Mac-a-roni And G's
http://cdbaby.com/cd/six2


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 :-\
 

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Re: Southern Hydro (Big Mike and Six2)
« Reply #93 on: May 27, 2008, 01:40:31 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

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Re: Southern Hydro (Big Mike and Six2)
« Reply #94 on: May 27, 2008, 02:01:31 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  ;)

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Re: Southern Hydro (Big Mike and Six2)
« Reply #95 on: May 30, 2008, 11:08:26 PM »
i see, but if i'm not mistaken similar information is posted on Six 2's myspace  ;)

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Re: Southern Hydro (Big Mike and Six2)
« Reply #96 on: June 01, 2008, 09:49:15 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  ;)

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




Post Questions For 6'2! (Dr. Dre, D.O.C.)
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Re: Southern Hydro (Big Mike and Six2)
« Reply #97 on: June 02, 2008, 05:40:48 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
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Re: Southern Hydro (Big Mike and Six2)
« Reply #98 on: June 03, 2008, 12:26:07 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  :-\



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Re: Southern Hydro (Big Mike and Six2)
« Reply #99 on: June 03, 2008, 10:49:51 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

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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
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Re: Southern Hydro (Big Mike and Six2)
« Reply #100 on: June 03, 2008, 11:03:07 AM »

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  ;)
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Re: Southern Hydro (Big Mike and Six2)
« Reply #101 on: June 03, 2008, 11:27:47 AM »
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.
 

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Re: Southern Hydro (Big Mike and Six2)
« Reply #102 on: June 03, 2008, 11:32:35 AM »
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  ;)

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Re: Southern Hydro (Big Mike and Six2)
« Reply #103 on: June 03, 2008, 11:46:45 AM »


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.

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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

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Re: Southern Hydro (Big Mike and Six2)
« Reply #104 on: June 03, 2008, 12:41:42 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;
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Twisted Black - The Life Of Tommy Burns
http://www.discogs.com/release/589453

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

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

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

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