Poll

who?

DJ Quik
44 (47.8%)
Dat Nigga Daz
9 (9.8%)
Battlecat
18 (19.6%)
Cold 187 aka Big Hutch
7 (7.6%)
Soopafly
2 (2.2%)
DJ Pooh
7 (7.6%)
Johnny J
5 (5.4%)

Total Members Voted: 60

  

Author Topic: Second best producer in west coast history? (behind Dre of course)  (Read 4932 times)

bouli77

Re: Second best producer in west coast history? (behind Dre of course)
« Reply #175 on: August 28, 2013, 03:50:06 PM »
just because he did a feature with pac don't make him a legend. you only fuck with him cause he had a couple songs with pac otherwise he would not even be on your radar just like you only like Lock and Load by Lil Wayne cause Kurupt is on the hook lol. his catalogue is cool but not that impressive, he didn't have any impact in the game at the time, nobody remembers his shit, that's not a legend to me. you wanna talk about bay legends here are some : Digital Underground, The Coup, Spice 1, N2Deep,4 Tay, E-40 & The Click, The Mac, Mac Dre, Mac Mall, San Quinn, etc. but def not Assassin, an underground rapper among many others at the time
 

Hack Wilson - real

Re: Second best producer in west coast history? (behind Dre of course)
« Reply #176 on: August 28, 2013, 04:00:06 PM »
just because he did a feature with pac don't make him a legend. you only fuck with him cause he had a couple songs with pac otherwise he would not even be on your radar just like you only like Lock and Load by Lil Wayne cause Kurupt is on the hook lol. his catalogue is cool but not that impressive, he didn't have any impact in the game at the time, nobody remembers his shit, that's not a legend to me. you wanna talk about bay legends here are some : Digital Underground, The Coup, Spice 1, N2Deep,4 Tay, E-40 & The Click, The Mac, Mac Dre, Mac Mall, San Quinn, etc. but def not Assassin, an underground rapper among many others at the time

want me to post my Assassin cd collection?


Hitworks
Born and Raised in the Bay
Worldwide Game
Armed and Dangerous
Soldiers at War
Assassin and Mopreme present black and brown pride
Revelation 2000
City of Dope
Assassin Anthology
Assassin and JT The Bigga Figga - Filmo to San Jo
Hittman 4 Hire


You think I only like him for one song he did for 2pac in 1994?  lol That's a harsh judgement to make.

Assassin's rocked with the best of the california rap scene, just ask the OG's like Kurupt and Laylaw about him.
 

Sccit

Re: Second best producer in west coast history? (behind Dre of course)
« Reply #177 on: August 28, 2013, 08:16:25 PM »
Klientel has rocked with all the legends too.. lol


point is, assassin is a nice rapper, but far from a legend
 

Hack Wilson - real

Re: Second best producer in west coast history? (behind Dre of course)
« Reply #178 on: August 28, 2013, 08:19:59 PM »
did klientel do jams with Pac, Shock G and Slick Rick?
 

Sccit

Re: Second best producer in west coast history? (behind Dre of course)
« Reply #179 on: August 28, 2013, 08:20:53 PM »
did klientel do jams with Pac, Shock G and Slick Rick?

no, but he knew pac and did shows with the outlawz and a song on their soundtrack
 

Hack Wilson - real

Re: Second best producer in west coast history? (behind Dre of course)
« Reply #180 on: August 28, 2013, 08:22:21 PM »
did klientel do jams with Pac, Shock G and Slick Rick?

no, but he knew pac and did shows with the outlawz and a song on their soundtrack

Assassin did an entire album with Mopreme of the Outlawz :D


what bout Shock G?  or Slick Rick?  Kurupt?  Spice 1?  San Quinn?
 

Sccit

Re: Second best producer in west coast history? (behind Dre of course)
« Reply #181 on: August 28, 2013, 08:24:28 PM »
did klientel do jams with Pac, Shock G and Slick Rick?

no, but he knew pac and did shows with the outlawz and a song on their soundtrack

Assassin did an entire album with Mopreme of the Outlawz :D


what bout Shock G?  or Slick Rick?  Kurupt?  Spice 1?  San Quinn?

he has a cut with san quinn...done shows with kurupt and most of the dpg...i been in talks with spice 1...slick rick and shock g, no.
 

Hack Wilson - real

Re: Second best producer in west coast history? (behind Dre of course)
« Reply #182 on: August 28, 2013, 08:27:11 PM »
well he's a good 15 years late

assassin rocked with all them cats in their primes and still does now  8)


you need to step your assassin game up my friend
 

Sccit

Re: Second best producer in west coast history? (behind Dre of course)
« Reply #183 on: August 28, 2013, 08:29:26 PM »
well he's a good 15 years late

assassin rocked with all them cats in their primes and still does now  8)


you need to step your assassin game up my friend


assassin is a dope rapper, dont get me wrong...but not every dope rapper is a legend.


has assassin fuxed with b-real? suga free? 4tay? l.a.m.b?
 

Hack Wilson - real

Re: Second best producer in west coast history? (behind Dre of course)
« Reply #184 on: August 28, 2013, 08:37:14 PM »
well he's a good 15 years late

assassin rocked with all them cats in their primes and still does now  8)


you need to step your assassin game up my friend


assassin is a dope rapper, dont get me wrong...but not every dope rapper is a legend.


has assassin fuxed with b-real? suga free? 4tay? l.a.m.b?

lemmie throw a quick list of folks on assassin cds besides the ones i mentioned



rappin 4-tay
messy marv
c-bo
south central cartel  (they put assassin in the game in 1992)
Locc 2 the brain
rated r (of thug life)
bloody mary
Laylaw
Cougnut
Sh'killa
RBL Posse
mr doctor (before he turned snitch lol)
levetti
money B
gonzoe
snoop dogg
macadoshis (of thug life)
dirty birt
bizzy bone
big syke
taje



plenty more but i won't continue cuz i'm bored now
 

Sccit

Re: Second best producer in west coast history? (behind Dre of course)
« Reply #185 on: August 28, 2013, 08:44:43 PM »
so no b-real or l.a.m.b? daymn
 

Hack Wilson - real

Re: Second best producer in west coast history? (behind Dre of course)
« Reply #186 on: August 28, 2013, 08:46:55 PM »
lol
 

Soopafly DPGC

Re: Second best producer in west coast history? (behind Dre of course)
« Reply #187 on: August 28, 2013, 09:01:37 PM »
Soopafly easily.  Check the liner notes of every major death row release up until he left the company.  He produced, or played keys on a ton of major hits.  Went over with Snoop to No Limit, made "Losin Control", another major hit for Snoop (really the only decent one Snoop had once the left tha row), then Soopafly produced a bunch of major hit songs for Doggystyle Records.  No man has a track record like that.  DJ Quik is up there too, just a few shades under Soopafly, simply because he cares for women too much.  Later on in his career Quik did beat up a woman and put her in check (his sister), but by then it was too late because Soopafly was slapping bitches around 10 years before that, so that gives him the edge in the voting.
 

Hack Wilson - real

Re: Second best producer in west coast history? (behind Dre of course)
« Reply #188 on: August 28, 2013, 09:15:53 PM »
Soopafly easily.  Check the liner notes of every major death row release up until he left the company.  He produced, or played keys on a ton of major hits.  Went over with Snoop to No Limit, made "Losin Control", another major hit for Snoop (really the only decent one Snoop had once the left tha row), then Soopafly produced a bunch of major hit songs for Doggystyle Records.  No man has a track record like that.  DJ Quik is up there too, just a few shades under Soopafly, simply because he cares for women too much.  Later on in his career Quik did beat up a woman and put her in check (his sister), but by then it was too late because Soopafly was slapping bitches around 10 years before that, so that gives him the edge in the voting.

what'd he do on the chronic?
 

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Re: Second best producer in west coast history? (behind Dre of course)
« Reply #189 on: September 30, 2013, 05:12:22 PM »
Soopafly easily.  Check the liner notes of every major death row release up until he left the company.  He produced, or played keys on a ton of major hits.  Went over with Snoop to No Limit, made "Losin Control", another major hit for Snoop (really the only decent one Snoop had once the left tha row), then Soopafly produced a bunch of major hit songs for Doggystyle Records.  No man has a track record like that.  DJ Quik is up there too, just a few shades under Soopafly, simply because he cares for women too much.  Later on in his career Quik did beat up a woman and put her in check (his sister), but by then it was too late because Soopafly was slapping bitches around 10 years before that, so that gives him the edge in the voting.

what'd he do on the chronic?


just his presence in the lobby was enough to stimulate creativity through out the whole studio for weeks.