Younger Gotti is Again!
Legendary rapper Kurupt is finest recognized for supplying Hip-Hop with a number of of the style’s biggest songs of all time. Whereas many imagine him to be an unique West Coaster, he takes us again to his Philadelphia roots within the new video “Transformation,” out now, by way of HMG West. A set as much as his upcoming album, Transition, within the new visible, the ½ of Tha Dogg Pound visits with household and associates, honored with a road named after him and relives a number of historic moments all through his profession. DJ Quik makes a cameo.
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A few months in the past, Kurupt spoke on his contribution to West Coast Hip Hop, legendary beef with DMX and a lot extra with Bootleg Kev. Throughout this yr’s BET Hip Hop Awards, Tyler the Creator talked about Kurupt as an artist he beloved and admired for his lyrical creativity when requested about his traditional West Coast Hip Hop decisions, which Kurupt would later oblige the award-winning rapper on social media.
In associated information, a clip of iconic recording artist/actor 2Pac Shakur dancing to Tha Dogg Pound traditional just lately went viral on social media. Durig Demise Row Data, 2Pac and Kurupt collaborated on the observe, “Bought My Thoughts Made Up” that includes Redman and Methodology Man, off the All Eyez on Me album. As a solo artist, Kurupt launched his debut album, Kuruption, in 1998 — after leaving Demise Row following the demise of 2Pac in 1996.
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So far, Kurupt has launched six solo albums and 15 collaboration initiatives with Daz Dillinger, Snoop Dogg, DJ Quik and his youthful brother Roscoe. Kurupt has been acknowledged as a Prime 10 lyricist of all time by Eminem. In Hip Hop, Kurupt’s classics embrace “We Can Freak It,” “Who Journey Wit Us” and the DMX-diss observe “Calling Out Names.”
“Transformation” additionally options visitor vocals by Sierra Jenee and Candace Wakefield.
Kurupt’s forthcoming album Transition drops 2022.