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Album Review

Former Sick Wid It affiliate B-Legit spends the majority of Hempin' Ain't Easy boasting about blazing bud the way fellow Cali Bay Area rapper Too Short boasts pimpin'-ain't-easy about exploiting women. Beyond his drug-game fixation, B-Legit is as witty as ever and hosts some notable guests: rappers Snoop Dogg, Kurupt, Mack 10, Lil' Keke, and Mac Shawn, and E-40, as well as producers Ant Banks, Studio Ton, Daz Dillinger, Meech Wells, Tone Capone, and Bosko. Hempin' Ain't Easy is thus a solid West Coast release with an all-star lineup, not quite as inspired as his Hemp Museum album from a year earlier but solid nonetheless and certainly worthwhile for fans of Bay Area rap.


Born: 15 November 1971 in Vallejo, CA

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Rapper B-Legit (Brandt Jones) was a member of the Click, a group that also featured his cousins E-40, Suga-T, and D-Shot. The quartet scattered three studio albums across the '90s and early 2000s. Game Related, the second of the trio, placed the Vallejo, California-based group just outside the Top 20 of the Billboard 200 in 1995, the same year B-Legit -- along with E-40 and D-Shot -- appeared on 2Pac's "Ain't Hard 2 Find." B-Legit's solo career began in earnest while the Click were active. By the...
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