It’s tha world! Last night, Gangsta Gibbs kept it 187 proof inside the cooker along with Warren G, Jeezy and DJ Quik. Whenever the outcome surfaces, we’re sure it will sound as good as this looks. UPDATE: Footage above. Pics down bottom.
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It’s that time of the year folks and above is the official line up for the annual Paid Dues music festival, which takes place on
DJ Quik is in the muthafuckin’ house. Unfortunately, only a few took notice with his latest CD, The Book Of David. Quik stayed true to the Left Coast and repped for the hometown on “So Compton”. He kept the party popping with (“Nobody” and “Boogie Till You Conk”) and then aired out personal grievances (“Ghetto Rendezvous”, “Killer Dope”). Needless to say, The Book Of David should’ve been a bestseller.
Heavy D’s Hip-Hop Soul influences stretched as far as the Left Coast. And adding to the Overweight Lover’s tributes is DJ Quik. We miss you, Hev!
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Ladies, you don’t have to take your clothes off to have a good time, but Kurupt and Quik beg to differ on their new funky collabo. Off Kurupt’s compilation LP, Penagon Rydaz on October 4. Titles under the cut.
The DUB Show tour rolled into the Chi this past Saturday. Waka was on the bill and brought the “Grove St. Party” to the convention center and after DJ Quik took us back with “Tonite”. Footage courtesy of FSD.
Who says the East ain’t got love for DJ Quik? For the last two nights, DJ Quik held court at the Knitting Factory in Brooklyn, NY. Music&Times was there as Quik performed older material and cuts from his new album The Book Of David. More footage after the jump.
[vodpod id=Video.10414926&w=425&h=350&fv=] DJ Quik hooks up with Red Bull to premiere his new video featuring Suga Free. Drop the top and tell everybody that Book Of David is in stores now.
DJ Quik finds himself sandwiched between a couple of eye candies on this week’s issue of LA Weekly. Below the print paper follows the Compton Alumni through his hood. The Book Of David is in stores now. [vodpod id=Video.10201802&w=540&h=350&fv=] Sitting in his studio in a Papa Smurf t-shirt, or sliding through Compton in his gleaming black Mercedes, DJ Quik talks about driving through Crip territory as a Blood, Eazy-E’s offer of a million dollars to sign, and his disbelief that […]