People are acting like Cube had the heart to step to B-Real and Sen Dog on some G shyt after they played him on that stage. He ran with Kam who was beefing with Cube over money at the time. Who beats are getting jacked here? Cypress Hill sample: here is something you can't understand How I could just kill a man. Their first four albums are absolute necessities for any hip-hop collection. It's a 13 min video but it's really well done, check this out: Cliffs: - Ice Cube and Cypress Hill were cool with each other and worked with each other in the studio - Ice Cube straight up stole a hook Cypress Hill was gonna use as a single and he did, he stole that shit and put it on the Friday soundtrack, lol. A lot of the hispanic gangs in Southern California got bigger due to illegal immigration and that added to the problem. Another thing about about Hispanic gangs in California, los Angeles in particular, is that some of them have been around for a long time.
The video was filmed in the middle of Manhattan, including some vintage footage of Times Square from nearly 30 years ago. Cypress should not get any credit for that incident. Gave the chain to Cypress Hill and they held it up at a concert and showed it to the crowd and took pictures with it, lol. What dirt you ever done? If Irish can hate on English or other Irish then I guess it doesn't really matter. Solo was not a friend of Cypress. I thought that the Westside Connection track was much better than the Cypress Hill songs but I didn't know any of the backstory.
Cypress Hill for the win hands down. The reason for that is simple: like Ice T he is an iconic figure in Hip Hop, who keeps representing Hip Hop in the same way he did 30 years ago. The hispanic gangs in Texas, California, New Mexico, Arizona, and to a lesser extent Nevada have the numbers, the drug connections thru mexico and the structure, therefore they are the dominate criminal group. I had a friend that got stabbed in the chest by a gang member, his lung collapsed and he almost died. Snoop Dog also had some problems with this Sureno gang over some Rap lyrics. If you were a hip-hop fan in the 1990s, then you probably remember the beef between Cypress Hill and Ice Cube, which ignited after the N. As far as black gangs the Gangster Disciples seem to be the most organised and they are huge but they're not in California.
What i am saying is that gangs are a destructive force period, But hispanic gangs probably more so because they have more organisation than say Crips or Bloods. These guys aren't the only ones that said Cube did that to them. You can't fuck with these Ain't never had a strap Now you wanna gangsta rap Come can't to your hood 'Cause you're scared to get jacked Fuck peace, this is war Everybody on the floor When I see your fat ass I'm takin' one to your jaw Fuck you Fuck your mama Fuck your whole clique Better yet, fuck every nigga that you're down wit' Unoriginal Can't stand bitch made niggaz Ice Cube, youse an actor Not a muthafuckin' killa What neighborhood you from? He finally came back to the States but he was never prosecuted. The guy that stabbed him took off to Mexico and was gone for years. Cypress Hill were producing the song for the movie Friday, in which Ice Cube was acting. Baller Status A few years ago, B-Real spoke on Cube. Solo was a friend of Ice Cube's.
They were like our street team. Cypress Hill were bloods too but Mack 10 said fuckit he was with Cube so he was ready to do some stuff. The funny thing is B Real was from a blood gang and not a Sureno gang. I was talking shit about Joe Budden and a couple other rappers who write checks their asses can't cash and was told that my imaginary baby-daddy Ice Cube got the hell beat out of him by B-Real and his crew. You ain't never hear nobody diss Rap A Lot records, Sex Money Murder, Rollin' 60s, etc etc. Every few years, Niggas got to get their motherfucking caps peeled back. One dude from the gang posted a video on youtube.
One of Cypress Hill's fans snatch and stole Cube's gold chain during an all-out brawl that involved a lot of people. With Grand Theft Auto V continuing to stand out as the best game of the year, one of its lead voice actors has stepped forward and revealed being the person responsible for fighting Ice Cube two decades ago in real life. He had to grind out after that. So for extradition from Mexico to the U. You ain't from my hood! Stupid is as stupid does. He had to work for everything he has. That would mean city-wide killings, basically.
Theres a lot of tension between some blacks and Hispanics in los Angeles. Open and aimed at your fat little frame How can I miss? The point of the song is that Ice Cube thinks it is nonsense to use gangsta rap as a scapegoat for problems in society. HotGritz said: Wait so did Ice Cube get beat up by Cypress Hill and their homies over a damn song? It didn't become a factor until the 1990's. He let you listen to our mutha--ckin' cut, and you turned around and put some old variety s--t out. The story is in Beef 2 that Cube got into a fight with Big Solo of Kam and Solo over financial issues since they were being managed by Cube at that time, it had nothing to do with Cypress Hill. Cube once again flex his storytelling abilities, but what makes this track really bang is the super dope beat by the Bomb Squad, with assistance on the production side of Sir Jinx and Ice Cube himself. I really can't believe somebody would post this.
This song is about the argument that Cypress Hill had with another gansta rap singer: Ice Cube. But that was so 1994. It started out as a rap beef but they surenos turned it into a racial thing black vs mexican. Mack 10 I give you a year I guarantee You'll realize that you're getting' fucked And you'll run to me You pretty little trick You look real sweet Mmmm! Till Death Do Us Part from 2004 was the last album of theirs I bought. Whether you agree or not, at least there is no doubt about how awesome this track is sonically. The beef would snowball, and after fights taking place in the streets and diss records, years later, the beef was squashed.