Several rappers and singers went on social media today (May 25) to salute U.S. servicemen and women in observance of Memorial Day. Many of the tweets and Instagram posts honor the brave men and women in the military as well as the fallen soldiers.
Rappers Kid Ink, YG, Wale, Tyga and Richie Homie Quan are revving up the promotions for the upcoming racing flick, 'Furious 7.' The rap quintet have teamed up to star in the adrenaline-fueled video of their collaborative song, “Ride Out.”
Ever since artists like Too Short and N.W.A burst on to the scene in the late 1980s, the West Coast has been recognized as a hotbed for incredible and diverse hip-hop talent. Whether it was the gangsta music of artists like MC Eiht, Snoop Dogg and Above the Law or the decidedly non-gangsta rap stylings of groups like the Pharcyde and Tha Alkaholiks, there's been a plethora of dope MCs throughout the Golden State.
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