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Westcoast Unappreciated Five

by Staff on January 31, 2007

Provocative, insightful, stimulating are a few words that come to mind to describe the Coup. In this world of diluted watered down boring ass hip hop, Boots and Pam da Funkstress have never lost focus. They started the group with E-Roc as a voice for the anti-establishment. They can really open the listeners eyes all while teaching a lesson. Proving a point that ignorance truly is the #1 reason for discrimination in society. Don’t get me wrong, Boots is spitting on a different, if not higher level then most. A devout communist, this one-of-a-kind sounding MC spits some tales that will open your eyes wide.

At the heart of it all, most of it you can agree with, when you sit back and think about it. Thinking about it, being the one aspect that a lot of todays MC’s don’t make you do. You may remember that the Coup released their 2001 album Party Music very near to September 11th with a eerie cover:

The Coup’s first album Steal This Album, is a true underground classic. I upped their third album ‘Steal This Album’, prob their most slept on album. Check it out:
Steal this Album

i have been asked to reup some 304 posse cuts. I don’t remember what I upload a while back and I am too lazy to look but i put 10 files in one upload:
1. 2nd II None – Straglaz (OG Version)
2. DJ Quik – Fuck the Police
3. DJ Quik – If U Want It (Remix)
4. DJ Quik – Let U Havit (OG Version)
5. DJ Quik – Quik Is the Name (Remix)
6. DJ Quik – Summer Breeze (Remix)
7. DJ Quik – Total Auto
8. DJ Quik – Wake Up Show Nov 13, 2003
9. Hi-C – Let Me Know (Radio Freestyle)
10. Young Buck (feat. Hi-C) – Now Holla



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