Turn My Headphones Up – No. 9 (The City Where I’m From)

The Southern Drawled Angelino shows some love for his hometown with some joints representing the City of Angels.


Defari – Lowland Anthem Pt.1

Oh No – Come Back

Ice Cube – How To Survive in South Central

Jurassic 5 – Lausd

Murs – L.A.

Defari – Cold Pieces

Flying Lotus – Camel

Cypress Hill – Latin Lingo

Ras Kass – If/Then

Kendrick Lamar feat. Dr. Dre – The Recipe

Tha Alkaholiks – Last Call

Dilated Peoples – World On Wheels

The Pharcyde – Officer

Madlib  – Eternal Broadcaster (Authentic)

Trek Life – So LA

People Under The Stairs – LA9X

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The Break – Thirst for Exposing Privacy

We continue the topic of thirst in this episode as KC, Chris, Tash, Toria, Wood, Chris #2 and Sean discuss the love for money overshadowing the detriment of one’s actions, the impact of the Jay-Z/Solange elevator argument, and publicizing private lives.

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RIP Nate Dogg

Nathaniel Dwayne Hale (aka Nate Dogg)

August 19, 1969 – March 15, 2011

The west coast mourns the loss of our “Hook King” Nathaniel Dwayne Hale, aka Nate Dogg who passed away on yesterday at the age of 41. Nate Dogg had suffered two strokes previously, once in 2007 and again in 2008, but the cause of his untimely death is still unknown. The legendary musician collaborated on hit songs with many top recording artists including Warren G, 50 Cent and Eminem.

In tribute, here are some of the BI family’s favorite Nate Dogg-laced tracks:

Kurupt – Girls All Pause

Warren G. – Regulate

Oh No – Nate Dogg, Mos Def, and Pharoah Monche

Xxxplosive – Kurupt

Let’s Play House – Dogg Pound

Ain’t No Fun – Snoop Dogg

Mista Grimm – Indo Smoke

The Next Episode – Dr. Dre