Gurp City

It's like Vegas fool. San Francisco and the Bay Area rappers, producers and DJs all get together for one good cause, to get drunk as fuck and make good music. Gurp City consists of hip hop pioneers such as DJ Quest and DJ Eddie Def to underground legends like Bored Stiff and Sacred Hoop to freestyle champions TopR and Conceit...pretty much every alcoholic rapper in the Bay Area of California. The Gurp Fam keeps growing and innovating rap music with artists like Trunk Drank, Z-Man, Fist Fam, Grand Invincible, Fay Dog, G-Pek, Eddie K, DJ Marz, Bullet Proof Space Travelers, Bullet Proof Scratch Hampsters, DJ Cue, Brandon B, Luke Sick, Iron Fist, Thuggy Fresh, 6 Feet Deep, DJ Mathew Africa, 4oneFunk, DJ Teeko, DJ Max Kane, DJ Mista-B, DJ B. Cause, DNAE Beats, Boac, The Makai, Third Sight, The AlterBoys, MC Oroville, Illsquad, Live Human, Lords Crew, Alex Pardee, Zero Friends, Big Sammy, DJ Raw B and Fatees.

The 40 Oz Show: 11.09.07…

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  • Andre Nickatina, “Baddest Bitch On The Planet,” Booty Star (Glawk Talk) (Fillmoe Coleman)
  • MC Oroville, “Oroville Makes It,” Do soMETHing (Gurp City)
  • Poor Righteous Teachers, “None Can Test,” Black Business (Profile)
  • Chubb Rock, “The Bad Boyz, The One (Select)
  • J-Live, “Then That’s Not,” The Best Part (Triple Threat)
  • Bored Stiff, “Livin’ Right” feat. Z-Man & Otayo Dubb, From The Ground Up (Hella Records)
  • Organized Konfusion, “Why,” Stress: The Extinction Agenda (Hollywood)
  • B-Legit, “Kill Somebody,” Block Movement (SMC)
  • 50 Cent, “Heat,” Get Rich Or Die Tryin’ (Interscope)
  • Z-Man & G-Pek, “Story Of” feat. The Gingerbread Man, Don’t Forget To Brag (Gurp City)
  • The Federation, “New Baby Daddy,” It’s Whateva (Warner)
  • Schoolly-D, “It’s Like Dope,” Am I Black Enough For You? (Jive)
  • Too $hort, “California Girls,” Married To The Game (Jive)
  • Lord Finesse, “Stop Sweatin’ The Next Man,” Return Of The Funky Man (Giant)
  • Musab, “Kool Aid (Ghetoe Juice),” Slicks Box (Hieroglyphics)
  • San Quinn & T-Nutty, “Hunid Racks & My Girl,” A Warrior & A King (Sumo)

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