Redman, Snoop Dogg, and Nate Dogg make a brilliant group on the profound cut banger “From Long Beach 2 Brick City.”
This TBT doesn’t have a specific achievement commemoration encompassing it, however cursed on the off chance that it hasn’t been in my mind for as long as hardly any days. Sneak Dogg, Redman, Nate Dogg, and Warren G’s gang cut “From Long Beach 2 Brick City” initially delivered on Snoop’s 2002 collection Paid Tha Cost To Be Da Boss, one of the more misjudged projects in his generous discography.
While there are a lot of pearls to find all through, this one is quickly irresistible – a welcome mix of west coast funk and steady bars, especially from the amazing Redman. Starting with a snappy presentation from a downplayed Warren G, Redman slides in and totally bodies the FredWreck creation. The kind of track would have been an ideal single, while likewise satisfying the hip-bounce heads who esteem lyricism most importantly.
However Redman is unquestionably the gem on this one, the presence of the late ruler of snares Nate Dogg and a swagged-out Snoop Doggy Dogg lifts this one to another level. On the off chance that you can see the value in the hip-jump of the early thousand years, and let’s face it, is there any valid reason why you wouldn’t – “Long Beach 2 Brick City” is surely worth a twist.