Sunday, June 13, 2010

Big Koz - Weekly Masterpeice #1

Week #1 of my masterpeice rap albums posts. Each week I will be posting an album that I find to be a masterpeice and a MUST OWN hiphop album. Been listening to rap music since 1987 and this is just my personal opinion. It will be albums from everywhere, Westcoast, Eastcoast, Down South,etc..


This album is just simply amazing, raw street tales with great flows from Celly Cel. But the best part about this album is the production, one of the best produced hiphop records ever in my honest opinion.

With beats from westcoast legends such as: Tone Capon, Studio Tone, Ken Franklin and Sion-T.

If you are a fan of old school westcoast mobb music then give this album a listen its simply amazing. Or do yourself a favor and get your hands on a copy of the real cd. I still have my copy from the day it came out, brings back great memories from 95 or 96 when it dropped.

Some albums dont age very well, they where dope back in the day but not so good now, but this cd is still just as good as it was back then, maybe even better. Maybe albums can get better with time? Like wine when its aged well? Dope album is dope!

There really is not one bad or average song on this whole album, its extremely well made the whole way! Killa Kali brings back tons of great memories from when this first dropped, every summer I have to bring this album out and bump it. Street tales over some of the best production that the westcoast has to offer, do yourself a favore and go cop this album if you can find it.

My Favorite songs =

- What You Niggaz Thought

- Its Going Down

- 4 Tha Scrilla

- Playerizm

- Red Rum


  1. "Round 2 (Intro)"- 1:47
  2. "What U **** Thought"- 4:44
  3. "4 tha Scrilla"- 4:09 feat. E-40 and B-Legit
  4. "It's Goin' Down"- 5:25
  5. "Can't Tell Me **** 5:18
  6. "Tha Bullet"- 4:44
  7. "Red Rum"- 4:27 feat. Spice1
  8. "Skanlezz Call"- :45
  9. "Scanlezz Azz Butcher"- 5:16
  10. "Remember Where You Came From"- 4:16
  11. "Killa Kali"- 5:02
  12. "Playerizm"- 5:03
  13. "Funk Season"- 5:17

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