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Артист: Daz Dillinger WC Название: West Coast Gangsta Shit Жанр: Hip-Hop Год выхода: 2013 Лейбл: DPG / Empire Distribution О музыке: Треклист:
01. WestCoast Gangsta Shit
02. Stay out the Way (feat. Snoop Dogg)
03. Don't Call it a Comeback
04. When The Shit Goes Down
05. Late Night
06. Blam Blam
07. Don't Get Wet
08. Roll Smoke
09. What Cha Gone Do?
10. Time Will Prevail
11. Dubs In The Air
12. Alcohol Drugs
13. Moves I Make (feat. Butch Cassidy)
14. Outro (Gangsta Talk)
On April 15, 2013, Daz Dillinger and WC announced that they would be releasing a collaborative album titled West Coast Gangsta Shit on July 2, 2013.
The first single from the album "Late Nite" was released on May 21, 2013. The second single from the album "Wha'cha Gon Do" was released on May
31, 2013. The album was later released two weeks earlier on June 19, 2013. On August 2, 2013, the music video was released for "Don’t Call It A
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Delmar Drew Arnaud(born May 25, 1973, Long Beach, California), better known by his stage name Daz Dillinger (formerly Dat Nigga Daz) is an American
hip hop producer and rapper mostly known for his membership in the rap duo Tha Dogg Pound, with Kurupt, and his work with Death Row Records.
Daz began his career on Death Row Records as a producer for co-founder Suge Knight's then-girlfriend, Paradise. He was signed to the label and
subsequently began working with Dr. Dre on the breakthrough west coast album, The Chronic; during its recording, he met and grew close to Kurupt,
whom he would soon work with professionally. The two formed Tha Dogg Pound for Doggystyle, the debut album of his cousin, up-and-coming star Snoop
Dogg. The critically acclaimed album, as well as their later single "What Would You Do?", saw Tha Dogg Pound partake in the rivalry between Dr. Dre
and former N.W.A. groupmate Eazy-E, by dissing artists on Eazy's Ruthless Records.
Dillinger was more heavily involved in Doggystyle than was his groupmate; while it was produced and mixed by Dre, Arnaud was featured on one track and
received co-production credit on two ("Serial Killa" and "") he also produced tracks for Above The Rim and Murder Was the Case soundtracks.
Subsequently Daz and Kurupt put out their debut group album, Dogg Food, to rave reviews and platinum sales. While the duo dissed Ruthless act Bone
Thugs-N-Harmony on the album, Dogg Food also saw the duo engage in yet another conflict, this time the beef Suge and new signee 2Pac initiated against
Bad Boy Entertainment's Puff Daddy and Notorious B.I.G.; Daz and Kurupt would expand the feud to include Capone-N-Noreaga, Tragedy Khadafi and
Mobb Deep with their Snoop-assisted single "New York, New York."
As the intercoastal rivalry escalated, and Suge Knight's increasingly intense strong-arm tactics entered the studio, head producer Dr. Dre
steadily grew resentful of the label's dangerous atmosphere. Beginning with Dogg Food, which Daz produced, Dre no longer produced whole Death Row
albums; in his latter days as in-house producer, he worked only with 2Pac, producing three tracks (California Love, which was originally supposed to
appear on the Aftermath compilation album, California Love Remix, and Can't C Me) for the rapper's definitive album All Eyez on Me. Even
before Dre left the label to found his own Aftermath Entertainment, Daz went to produce the hit songs "2 Of Amerikaz Most Wanted", "Ambitionz Az A
Ridah", and "I Ain't Mad At Cha" among other tracks which solidified his status as a talented and successful producer. Arnaud effectively took
over as head producer, crafting most of the double-album's first disc and providing beats for Snoop Dogg's sophomore effort, Tha Doggfather,
from which Dre's production was absent. His status as head producer was made official once Dre left, and continued on even after 2Pac's
murder and the artist-exodus it initiated. During his tenure heading the label's sound, Daz contributed production to the Gridlock'd
soundtrack, Lady of Rage's Necessary Roughness, and Nate Dogg's G-Funk Classics, Vol. 1. His production would also pop up on the unofficial
Snoop Dogg release Dead Man Walkin put out by Suge in 2001, after Daz himself had left the label.
Dillinger went on to put out his own solo album, Retaliation, Revenge and Get Back on Death Row in 1998; Nate Dogg, Kurupt and Snoop had already left
the label, followed shortly thereafter by Daz himself. During this time a short-lived feud sparked between Daz and Snoop, regarding the latter's
words against Suge Knight and the former's status at the label and disses inherent in the album, which Snoop Dogg later ped out of respect for