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Re: DUBCNN: Exclusive Interview With Six2 aka Mr. TwoFace!
« Reply #25 on: August 07, 2008, 12:08:20 AM »
great interview. kinda makes me angry dat doc n timbaland used him n played him like dat. didnt think d o c was like dat

-he talked shit about Eazy-E & Ruthless, to convince Dre to head over to the new label
-he stole music from Dre


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« Reply #26 on: August 07, 2008, 05:29:08 AM »
Dope interview, liked the "What Would You Do" track as well,

listened to the "Waste Uva Cular" album a month or so ago can't believe I've slept on it for so long
 

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« Reply #27 on: August 07, 2008, 06:01:50 AM »
Another hit by NonCentz  ;)

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Dubcnn: Was there ever a track called XXX-Files with you and Doc?

Yeah, it was supposed to be like a skit that I based on the school house rock.
I was doing it for fun just playing but cats started liking it.
I wasn't too thrilled about it, I was just in there playing. I might put it on something.


are you talking about the track from the Deuce promo?
dubcnn 08.m4a 6-2 solo
http://www.mediafire.com/?xelz4luxjh5

I love that one,who did the beat?




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Dubcnn: You were talking about the Timbaland project, what happened to that project.

Well, he called me down to Miami where he was working on a solo album. After he started working with me it turned from a solo album to a group album.
It was me, Timbaland, Attitude, John Doe, and Ms Carrie. We did a gang of songs with him.
Then when he got his deal back with Interscope or whoever, it went from the group project to his solo.
A lot of those songs we did for him, he used those to get the deal back, and then used other sh-t we wasn’t on.
I’d say 70% of the album my vocals was on. Me and Attitude co-wrote Timbaland’s parts.
Then after he got the deal, he put out Nelly Furtado album and we were like what the hell happened to our sh-t?

While we were working on his sh-t, he said he wanted to do a solo album on me, so I started working on my sh-t at the same time working on his sh-t.
To be real, I don’t think he had any intentions of doing our shit. I might be wrong, but the way things turned out, I doubt it.
I wrote a song that he ended up selling to the Pussycat Dolls and I didn’t hear anything about it until it was time for them to start shooting the video.
So, now I had to fight to get my percentage of that song. I got like three songs that are on the Timbaland project.
There is one with him and Justin Timberlake called “Release” that I did get credit for and then
I co-wrote a song called “Bounce” with him, Dre and Missy Elliott. I also co-wrote a song with him and Magoo called “Board Meeting”.
A lot of the songs on there I had parts on but when I started fighting for my percentages on the
Pussycat Dolls he started taking me off songs I guess because he was mad I was asking for my money.


Dubcnn: So do you still have any of these songs?

Yeah, I still have some that was supposed to be on his album and some that was from my solo.
One of them, “Mean Walk”, I think they put out with Whoo Kid on a mix CD, that was supposed to be my first lil' solo song.
There is the one song called “Lil Old Apartment” that was for Timbaland’s album, and one called “Let’s Get High”.
He didn’t use any of those. A lot of the songs I was going to put on something and just leak them to try and get the buzz back.


Not really a big fan of Timbo´s beats,but whatever pays your bills I guessit'so it´s sad to hear that he got fucked not only for money but for time he could have used to work on other shit. (time is money  ;) )
"Mean Walk" appears on this mixtape;

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Moisture Mixtape Vol. 1 :: Lost in Dubai - DJ Whoo Kid mixtape CD

http://www.mixtapesusa.com/momivo1loind.html
anyone got this track?

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Dubcnn: Is there a full version of that song called “Last Call”?

Yeah, we are either going to put it on Erotic’s album or my solo.
A lot of people wanted to buy it, like Greg Street. What’s slowed a lot of sh-t down for me was I didn’t really have the right team of people to work with.
That’s how a lot of folks got my ideas, because a lot of stuff I hear out now got me in it, but they use they’re own lil' things in it. But I know my skeletons!


Ahhh,now I understand why you (NonCentz) was so hyped about the full version of the "Last Call" track (that Erotic posted on his myspace).  ;)
Speaking of Greg Street,there´s a extended/alternative version of "Simple As That" on;
Greg Street; Six O'Clock, Vol. 1

17. Simple As That - 6'2/Jazze Pha
http://www.amazon.com/Six-OClock-Vol-Greg-Street/dp/B00005QD7C/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=music&qid=1218077760&sr=1-1

I might post it later  ;)



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Dubcnn: There is a spot on there where it slows down is it supposed to be like that?

Yeah, we kind of screwed it up a lil' bit to try and give it that lil' south side twang.
I have some songs I did with Dre, two of them,
and I have Timbaland on one and of course I got Erotic on 4 or 5, and I have one produced by Jazze Pha.


yeah,I always wondered about that too. Must say that was odd little thing coming from Dre :P :laugh:
But shit sounds dope though  ;)


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Dubcnn: For some of those that don’t know, tell me a lil' bit about that OG Gena Cide group.

The Gena Cide consists of me and El-Dog, the first album we put out was called “Waste Uva Cular” back in ’93-’94.
Then the second was called “Mixed Up Murder”. That’s before I hooked up with Dre or any of them.
I wasn’t really as serious as I'm now, I mean we were serious, but we didn’t have as much know-how as we do now.
When we started doing sh-t, Doc was trying to get me to go up and work with Dre and try to go over and work with Death Row,
but I felt like they were trying to split us up. But we have a new album that we should be dropping in August.


Death Row? that early?
Anyway,Genacide is dope. So do yourself a favor and pick up their albums  ;).


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Dubcnn: What kind of features and production do you have on that?

With the production we’re mostly working with Erotic, but we’re trying to use a lot of cats that are down this way that need to be heard.
We got a track from Cutta, and one from E-Man.
With the features, we got tracks with Twisted Black and as a matter of fact, free Twisted Black!
Yeah, Six2 said that!
We are working with other artists like Awol, Maniac, Cube, Cadillac Seville, and that’s about it as far as the features on that one.


-AWOL? From Blac´ Monks?
-Cube? Ice Cube?


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Dubcnn: Do you have any collabs coming up with Devin the Dude?

I got this one on the Southern Hydro album with me, Big Mike and Devin the Dude called ”Spread Yo’ Hustle”, it go hard, too!


Dubcnn: What about Pimp C? Did you ever work with him?

Yeah, I got this one that I did with me, Big Mike and Pimp C called “Up Close & Personal”,
and I wanted to take all the bread made from that and donate it to Pimp's family.
I got a problem with people who try to put out shit after people passed away to make money off them, that’s why I want to give it to his family.



Hey,wait... didn´t Warrior say that the "Southern Hydro" album got stolen and that they got to re-record the album?  :P





Looking for more? hit up this thread;
The DFW thread: The D.O.C, Erotic D and 6-2
http://www.dubcnn.com/connect/index.php?topic=144128.175




The song that Chad Vader is asking about from the Deuce promo is called XXX Files.
It was produced by Erotic D
Looooong before he took 6'2 to DOC or Dre.
That is how DOPE Erotic's music is! That's why everybody here loves everything he does.
He can do a song and sit on it for YEARS and you wouldn't know it. I may sound a little biased. But talent is talent.


Thanx for clearing that up  ;)
You don´t happen to know the title and who produced this one do you; ?
10 dubcnn 10.m4a The D.O.C,6-2 and friends
http://www.mediafire.com/?ijzjxggmjzl
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« Reply #28 on: August 07, 2008, 06:09:49 AM »
great interview. kinda makes me angry dat doc n timbaland used him n played him like dat. didnt think d o c was like dat

-he talked shit about Eazy-E & Ruthless, to convince Dre to head over to the new label
-he stole music from Dre



It's good to see you katz getting a better understanding on why DFW feels the way we do about DOC. His main issue is that he still wants to be the star. His favorite qoute is "n**ga if it wasn't for me" That's the main reason silverback folded. As a matter of fact DOC got into DFW last week. He was talking that same bull shit he been talking for years. I don't think anybody went near him, but I could be wrong.     
 

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Re: DUBCNN: Exclusive Interview With Six2 aka Mr. TwoFace!
« Reply #29 on: August 07, 2008, 06:36:25 AM »
great interview. kinda makes me angry dat doc n timbaland used him n played him like dat. didnt think d o c was like dat

-he talked shit about Eazy-E & Ruthless, to convince Dre to head over to the new label
-he stole music from Dre



It's good to see you katz getting a better understanding on why DFW feels the way we do about DOC. His main issue is that he still wants to be the star. His favorite qoute is "n**ga if it wasn't for me" That's the main reason silverback folded. As a matter of fact DOC got into DFW last week. He was talking that same bull shit he been talking for years. I don't think anybody went near him, but I could be wrong.     

 ;)

DOC needs to move on

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« Reply #30 on: August 07, 2008, 09:57:21 AM »
Song # 10 is called Mass Confusion and that version was produced by Jazze Pha. There is a version that was produced by Erotic before that one. Not sure what they did with it. But i agree that Jazze Pha did a good job on that version as well. Hopefully one day the original version will surface. From what i understand, DOC started getting tracks from Jazze Pha when Erotic started refusing to work with him. That's why the Deuce record wasn't entirely produced by Erotic. They weren't seeing eye to eye on DOC's business decisions. I can only imagine what that album would've sounded like if they had managed to work out their differences.
 

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« Reply #31 on: August 07, 2008, 10:07:10 AM »
Song # 10 is called Mass Confusion and that version was produced by Jazze Pha. There is a version that was produced by Erotic before that one. Not sure what they did with it. But i agree that Jazze Pha did a good job on that version as well. Hopefully one day the original version will surface. From what i understand, DOC started getting tracks from Jazze Pha when Erotic started refusing to work with him. That's why the Deuce record wasn't entirely produced by Erotic. They weren't seeing eye to eye on DOC's business decisions. I can only imagine what that album would've sounded like if they had managed to work out their differences.

thanks for the information  :)

well the snippet of the Jazze Pha version sounds dope, so the original version must be off the chain  8)


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« Reply #32 on: August 07, 2008, 04:51:57 PM »
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yeah we need a full version.....suprised too that jazze did it.....i was sure it was a dre beat  8)
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« Reply #33 on: August 07, 2008, 09:49:12 PM »
^^^^^
yeah we need a full version.....suprised too that jazze did it.....i was sure it was a dre beat  8)
Nothing surprises me about producers anymore...if Irv Gotti can produce a good song then anything is possible and these pop/south-producers must have made some actual quality material in some stage of their career.
 

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« Reply #34 on: August 07, 2008, 09:57:12 PM »
you should of asked him about the FULL version of 07 - d.o.c ( DEUCE promo ) - Mass Confusion feat. Six-Two.

Dope track.

And con someone please post the Greg Street; Six O'Clock, Vol. 1 (ext. simple as that) track?
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« Reply #35 on: August 08, 2008, 03:55:43 AM »
Song # 10 is called Mass Confusion and that version was produced by Jazze Pha.
There is a version that was produced by Erotic before that one.
Not sure what they did with it. But i agree that Jazze Pha did a good job on that version as well.
Hopefully one day the original version will surface.
From what i understand, DOC started getting tracks from Jazze Pha when Erotic started refusing to work with him.
That's why the Deuce record wasn't entirely produced by Erotic. They weren't seeing eye to eye on DOC's business decisions.
I can only imagine what that album would've sounded like if they had managed to work out their differences.


Again thanx for the info.... I would love to hear a full version of it.
It suprises me that Jazze Pha did that one,don't sound sound like him at all.  :P



^^^^^
yeah we need a full version.....surprised too that jazze did it.....i was sure it was a Dre beat  8)

Nothing surprises me about producers anymore...
if Irv Gotti can produce a good song then anything is possible and these pop/south-producers
must have made some actual quality material in some stage of their career.



It's not that,it's the style....
Jazze Pha has done a lot of dope shit. For ex. MC Breed and Too Short,a more "funky underground sound" or whatever you like to call it.  :P
Not the style you're usually hear from him these days (club).
But I've never heard Jazze bust "gangster beats" like this....
 

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« Reply #36 on: August 08, 2008, 05:31:10 AM »

Dope interview, liked the "What Would You Do" track as well,

listened to the "Waste Uva Cular" album a month or so ago can't believe I've slept on it for so long

Here´s the video for
In Da City by Genacide from the Waste Uva Cular album  ;)

<a href="http://d.yimg.com/cosmos.bcst.yahoo.com/up/fop/embedflv/swf/fop.swf" target="_blank" class="new_win">http://d.yimg.com/cosmos.bcst.yahoo.com/up/fop/embedflv/swf/fop.swf</a>
http://new.music.yahoo.com/videos/--2151532

Hope you checked out their 2nd album as well;
Genacide; Mixed up Murder


http://www.amazon.com/Mixed-up-Murder-Genacide/dp/B000006CAN/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=music&qid=1218113801&sr=1-1

Thanks for the video I've seen it before, good to see again!

I've downloaded the m4a version of Mixed Up Murder and I cant play M4a files, so I've yet to hear it
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« Reply #37 on: August 08, 2008, 06:04:31 AM »
very interesting interview. I think that "that's that" beat was crazy so i dont get mad dre considered this detox material.
Can someone hook me up with the 6two macaronis mixtape ?

ps: the mickael jackson remake track is crazy

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« Reply #38 on: August 08, 2008, 09:11:29 AM »
I've downloaded the m4a version of Mixed Up Murder and I cant play M4a files, so I've yet to hear it

free convert m4a to mp3
http://www.mp3-cd-converter.com/convert_mp3/free_convert_m4a_to_mp3.html


Thanks
 

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« Reply #39 on: August 09, 2008, 06:53:32 AM »
Great interview Noncentz again...!!!  8). Thanks man.

Good to hear from two face and after all the sh*t that has happened he doesn't sound too bitter about it. I really think in 1999/2000, he could have been a star and sold a lot of records. biggest shame from my perspective is that we missed out on a lot of dope music. 

It's good to see you katz getting a better understanding on why DFW feels the way we do about DOC. His main issue is that he still wants to be the star. His favorite qoute is "n**ga if it wasn't for me" That's the main reason silverback folded. As a matter of fact DOC got into DFW last week. He was talking that same bull shit he been talking for years. I don't think anybody went near him, but I could be wrong.     

I totally understand why erotic and two face are looking to do their sh*t without doc and dre and wish them all the best with it and look forward to the music but it's sad that erotic can't repair that relationship becuase we need six deuce (and el dog for that matter) on detox!!!

what happened to doc is genuinely a tragedy. it's worth remembering that when his voice went it was just after his album came out and he was just becoming a superstar and suddenly became a bit of a nobody. that has to have a huge effect. without knowing anyone involved and just speculating i guess everything that has happened since has to be seen against that background.

if any of you cats got more questions for Six2 (part 2) hook me up with them...

i know you asked six2 about hittman in the first interview but i noticed on his myspace hitt is one of six2's friends (i know i sound like a stalker!). have they now recently been in contact? any chance of them working together. i would love to hear that! 
 

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« Reply #40 on: August 09, 2008, 07:35:08 AM »
Great interview Noncentz again...!!!  8). Thanks man.

Good to hear from two face and after all the sh*t that has happened he doesn't sound too bitter about it. I really think in 1999/2000, he could have been a star and sold a lot of records. biggest shame from my perspective is that we missed out on a lot of dope music. 

It's good to see you katz getting a better understanding on why DFW feels the way we do about DOC. His main issue is that he still wants to be the star. His favorite qoute is "n**ga if it wasn't for me" That's the main reason silverback folded. As a matter of fact DOC got into DFW last week. He was talking that same bull shit he been talking for years. I don't think anybody went near him, but I could be wrong.     

I totally understand why erotic and two face are looking to do their sh*t without doc and dre and wish them all the best with it and look forward to the music but it's sad that erotic can't repair that relationship becuase we need six deuce (and el dog for that matter) on detox!!!

what happened to doc is genuinely a tragedy. it's worth remembering that when his voice went it was just after his album came out and he was just becoming a superstar and suddenly became a bit of a nobody. that has to have a huge effect. without knowing anyone involved and just speculating i guess everything that has happened since has to be seen against that background.

if any of you cats got more questions for Six2 (part 2) hook me up with them...

i know you asked six2 about hittman in the first interview but i noticed on his myspace hitt is one of six2's friends (i know i sound like a stalker!). have they now recently been in contact? any chance of them working together. i would love to hear that! 

There's no damage with the relationship of Six2, Erotic and Dre. The biggest issue is that D.O.C works extremely hard to stay in the gap between these guys and Dre for fear of getting left out this time around.  I know for a fact that if Dre said D.O.C lets get these katz up hear and do our thang. I'm a 100% sure they would be on the next plane. But they call would have to come from Dre,Jimmy or a shot caller from Aftermath. D.O.C word is Void and can't be trusted to do what's best for all involved.   
 

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« Reply #41 on: August 09, 2008, 08:30:54 AM »
There's no damage with the relationship of Six2, Erotic and Dre. The biggest issue is that D.O.C works extremely hard to stay in the gap between these guys and Dre for fear of getting left out this time around.  I know for a fact that if Dre said D.O.C lets get these katz up hear and do our thang. I'm a 100% sure they would be on the next plane. But they call would have to come from Dre,Jimmy or a shot caller from Aftermath. D.O.C word is Void and can't be trusted to do what's best for all involved.

Props on the info man. it's a real shame. looking forward to the fresh new music from two face and genacide nevertheless. 
 

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« Reply #42 on: August 11, 2008, 05:01:24 PM »
great interview. kinda makes me angry dat doc n timbaland used him n played him like dat. didnt think d o c was like dat

-he talked shit about Eazy-E & Ruthless, to convince Dre to head over to the new label
-he stole music from Dre



You can't put the Ruthless situation strictly on him. Dre was gonna leave. He wasn't happy over there. Doc might have been one of the people who helped him come to that decision but he wasn't happy about the money he was making. Jerry Heller has even said that Dre was not making what he was worth at Ruthless.
 

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« Reply #43 on: August 12, 2008, 01:28:48 AM »
great interview. kinda makes me angry dat doc n timbaland used him n played him like dat. didnt think d o c was like dat

-he talked shit about Eazy-E & Ruthless, to convince Dre to head over to the new label
-he stole music from Dre



You can't put the Ruthless situation strictly on him. Dre was gonna leave. He wasn't happy over there. Doc might have been one of the people who helped him come to that decision but he wasn't happy about the money he was making. Jerry Heller has even said that Dre was not making what he was worth at Ruthless.

i didn't say that, did i?

i was just saying that DOC was in Dre's ear.
and that DOC talked shit about Eazy-E and Ruthless Records in general, like:

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ThaFormula.com - Now I wanna speak on a rumor that has been going around for years. Is it true that you sold your publishing for a...

D.O.C. - for a watch and a gold chain?

ThaFormula.com - Yeah, was that true?

D.O.C. - Sure it was. I mean I didn't know what I was doing. I was a fucking 19-year-old kid. I didn't know shit about no fucking publishing and this and that.

ThaFormula.com - Did you sell it to Eazy or Jerry?

D.O.C. - I sold it to Eazy.  He took advantage.

ThaFormula.com - Do you think that he did that, or do you think that Jerry Heller was behind that?

D.O.C. - Nah, I think Eazy did that.  Eazy was always a money-hungry muthafucka. Eazy was a greedy one, and I was a perfect match for him because I'm a giving person.  Money don't mean nothing to me because I make great music.  Its in my heart and you can't keep that shit down forever.  I kept saying to myself, one day it will be my turn.



anyway, yes Jerry Heller said that Dre may not have been paid for what his name was worth at the time, but that's a different statement than Dre made.



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« Reply #44 on: August 12, 2008, 08:40:18 AM »
good reading..I hope to run into him soon, aint seen him in along time.... Him & Twisted Black were always the dopest out of the Funk!!
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« Reply #45 on: August 12, 2008, 08:46:47 AM »
here is a BANGER most of yall probably aint heard..........its from the One Gud Cide (Twisted Black) album Contradictions and features Six 2..FREE TWISTED BLACK!!

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« Reply #46 on: August 12, 2008, 09:57:58 AM »
Damn, all the feedback, comments & discussion on Six2 and the interview is crazy!  I appreciate all you cats checkin' in with the interviews I do...keep it all coming!  I got more on the way very, very soon.....
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Re: DUBCNN: Exclusive Interview With Six2 aka Mr. TwoFace!
« Reply #47 on: August 12, 2008, 10:35:19 AM »
How can you say anything about DFW or The Funk without giving props to Erotic D? Twisted Black nor Six Two has ever done an album without his input. By the way..... LOOOOVE that pic of the Dallas skyline!
 

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Re: DUBCNN: Exclusive Interview With Six2 aka Mr. TwoFace!
« Reply #48 on: August 12, 2008, 10:36:25 AM »
Oh Yeah. My last question was for Pushinbigbody.
 

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Re: DUBCNN: Exclusive Interview With Six2 aka Mr. TwoFace!
« Reply #49 on: August 12, 2008, 10:36:39 AM »
so do we just post the questions 4 the next interview in here?.

and heres another song , 918 - Houze Of Pympz feat. Six-Two