The Game and KXNG Crooked have linked up for a new track titled “My Way,” from the new ‘Forever M.C. and It’s Different’ compilation. Take a listen above with the new project also featuring tracks from artists like Snoop Dogg, Kurupt, DMX, E-40, Wu-Tang Clan, Lupe Fiasco and more. Press play up top.
Dont Belong By Big Fase 100
Compton, California- Los Angeles rapper Big Fase 100 drops his new single “Dont Belong” apart of the Big June “Left Poccet Right Pocket Generals” compilation LP. The remake of Eric Clapton’s “Tears In Heaven” is artfully done. You have to have a dope ear to hear the subtle differences in his singing and the beat. In the track Big Fase 100 talks about the realities of street life and how it amy or may not have excluded him from making it into the gates of heaven.
Big Fase 100 also talks about how his life is a reflection of the people and situation around him. The track is a theme for the LP which is a compilation made up of Bloods and Crips coming together in a symbol of solidarity. This movement of unity amoung gangs has been growing as the black and brown brothers from across the country have joined forces to fight against police corruption and poor conditions in their communities. Take a listen to the dope single today! The track is available worldwide via Empire distribution and Big-N-It Records.
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Big Fase 100 (born George Taylor III) is an American rapper from Compton. He is perhaps best known as the older brother of the Multi-platinum artist, The Game.
In 2001, after his younger brother was shot during a robbery, the two brothers decided to enter the music business as a way getting out of the gang life. Around 2002, while The Game was signed to JT The Bigga Figga Get Low Recordz both brothers founded their own Black Wall Street Records. The name is adopted from what was the racially segregate Greenwood. During the oil boom of the 1920’s Greenwood was home to several successful and prominent African-American entrepreneurs. The label featured artists, Djs and producers such as Nu Jerzey Devil, Dj Skee, Compton Menace , A.R. (Avante Ross), Techniec and a few others. Though the company hasn’t released any official retail albums, the label has released several mixtapes. In 2005, Big Fase 100 decided to leave Black Wall Street after a dispute with his brother The Game. After his departure from Black Wall Street, Taylor started his solo career as a rapper/producer and started his own label, Brazil Street Records and One Hunned Entertainment working with independent artists in the West Coast Hip Hop scene.