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Mac Dre was a pimp with old school credentials, a gangster with Technicolor daydreams. Even as it refines his taste for carnival-like atmospheres, Rapper Gone Bad might be Dre’s most straightforward statement. Working in collaboration with three of the Bay Area’s best gangsta rap producers — Will “Flexxx” Hankins, Lev Berlak and Phil Armstrong — and backed by a cast of West Coast underground heroes, Dre aims “Fast Money,” “Fortytwo Fake” and “I’m a Thug” at the millions of people who bought 2Pac’s All Eyez On Me. If he couldn’t win them over, he could at least show them the far-reaching parameters of gangsta funk. Like a great chef, Dre had localized taste, and he tapped directly into the off-kilter sensibilities of the Bay Area with tracks like “Fish Head Stew,” which features a brilliantly left-field chorus: “I'm just a pimp, mane, trying to stack some Funyuns / So I can have French maids pedicure my bunions.” Dre could never have been a crossover star on par with Pac — he was too idiosyncratic — but “Mac Stabber” shows that his soul too harbored an impassioned rage.

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I mean its tha MAC

Number 11...Number the Album, MD gos on any track one drop scott or DJ Cees gives him. Slapp with the ladies with the boys parents watever Rapper gone Bad is a must see in the top 10 bay Area album list!

track 11 bumps!!!

the song valley joe (track 11) bumps!!! download it. R.I.P. Mac Dre


Lames dont know about this!!


Born: July 5, 1970 in Oakland, CA

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '90s, '00s

From Vallejo, CA (also the home of the Click), gangsta rapper Mac Dre moved to the Romp label in 1996 after two small releases on the Strictly Business label. Mac Dre Presents the Rompalation made the R&B charts near the end of 1996; a sequel followed in...
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