11 Burst results for "South Central Compton"
"south central compton" Discussed on Behind The Baller Podcast with Ben Baller
"In one drive a yesterday to to malibu and it was real dead. I noticed ever since. Fuck face gavin newsom. Did you know he Released a poor stop. The stay at home order started a outdoor dining again. You drive down melrose and it's fucking packed. Catch packed blue jam cafe. Pack job down ventura boulevard. This weekend packed. Every restaurant is people just fucking out and just like you know there's no flare ups again and again man it just it is what it is vaccines. I just don't know what the fuck can say anymore. You know but Malibu was the most dead i've ever seen. I've never seen that dead before ever. But because i'm getting rid of the porsche house like them in the my father-in-law drive the car. He fucking loves it so much he was. you know. hit like a buck. Thirty five the turbo so easily. Just you know driving chilin to kick it. Yesterday i went and attended a cocky. Riders mc meaning. Now i have been inactive for nine fucking years but i've always had super love my club you. I'm saying to outsiders most people to police even even though they do know. Technically we are a motorcycle club. We are looked upon as again right. We are about eighty members. Deep right now we are. I would say ninety eight percent black. Those latinos anything else but yes we crabs. We got bloods essays. We've never had any issues inside. The club and cocky is again. You know what we were gang meaning like you know. We were a click. We were super tight. We show that. I've seen so many people so long so me pulling up fucked a lot of people up and obviously our clubhouse is in south central los angeles and a lot of people. Don't get because of my net worth my background. What i've done people don't know about you. Know sloss and bannon k town ban in my old school days so to see me pull up in the hood. This is just you know this is where i'm from so it was a trip. Seen all the new members. I think a lot of them were shocked. Know that house. A fucking been cocky since two thousand and three and so You know cocky has transitioned. It was all sports by club. Now it's like seventy percent hogs and like thirty percents poor bikes but these hogs clean like motherfucking boy. Wer shout to double our. It's one of my closest friends masks. My dogs my rider died real. Og homey that you know barely get to see but you know we wrap them. You know he's got a fucking road glide he'd be twelve o'clock now bitch and you know cocky is just a anytime. Go through south central compton. You go through all the hood you see guys on bikes you see fucking black vast you see them colors and you see that red see you already know as cocky so just know that boys a part of that My best is being made now because idaho. Og vest there are some beef involved whatever's unimportant for anybody to from the podcast know this but yeah so you know Paid my dues yesterday As club was any club. Beat fucking Hells angels the fuck it mongols. Whatever every club every. Mci has dues. So yeah you don't get my best excited. I'm just thinking about it. Haven't told my wife yet again. The harley figured that out yet but we will get that into that is just crazy but it was good to see all the old home easing damn brought back memories man but You know happy. Belated birthday to kid. Cut in his santino social media because like whatever mom cutty is down under down under and we'll say where filming a movie for the next two months and he hit me on his birthday or hit me his birthday for where he was because it was the thirtieth where he was and Yeah we shopped it up for like shit hour and a half talking about everything. We got a call projects going jewelry and stuff and We're just boats. Such aquarius is some of the shady. Says fok basso crazy talks like this man. It's exactly how talk and would just will find shit to talk. We just really just chop it up and he had like said. I don't really have a lot of friends. You know what. I'm saying like like dennis. The friend dot is a friend. You know chip is my boy. And he's your friend you know it was like super small circle has really. Obviously you know was a trip. Because i don't really fuck with too many people and You know appreciate cutty. He's got a lot of insight so genius who always talk about kinds of shit and he's very vocal about certain things that he feels about so really crazy. But yo- happy earth strong my dude thirty seven years old you still a young whippersnapper. Bro and much love but So check it out to movies. This weekend candidate movies were quick. I saw the little things right. And that's with rami. Malek jared leto and of course the goat my favorite fucking actor denzel washington right now. This movie was filmed in. La based upon l. a. starts out in kern county and Visuals were cool. You knows based in nineteen ninety. I like seeing that aesthetic. Those old cars kinda hard to fill that in la and they shot so great couple of really good cinematography shots which is really clean and the story was cool but on going to be real which like i was like okay. This is getting exciting. This is getting creepy diseases. You know it's about a fucking serial killer they gonna find this dude and then it gets to the end and i don't wanna fucking spot for you but you know what bro. This movie was hitting me out of seven seven five. You know some people that it was eight and then ending happened and that motherfucker dropped down to a five. And i really really really want like movie. 'cause i fuck with denzel you know. This man helped me in hollywood. How's a fan before. I met him little things out. No man's been some disappointments saying Next on my watch was american skin A featuring starring directed by and written by his duty mate parker forgotten movie. He was in use. A movie called. Brian bay auto. Sheriff phil was. I think that was move. Your forgot what the fuck fuck was named park ran anyways. American skin is a story. Not like george. Floyd i forgot who the fuck the dude was who got shot but spot a story about a father who is an ex marine. Who has a son. That has killed in gunned down in front of him by police gone. This movie is heavy as fuck now. There's some parts of seemed a little unrealistic but it was very realistic. This movie was very real. It goes by fast. There's really no dry part of this movie is is a good watch now. If you are white. I suggest you watch this movie twice. Okay everyone else. Go watch his movie. It's but we american skin as i highly recommended. It's fucked up. You know it's a reason why you gotta issue at the fucking police. Anyways going back on credit. Use my credit a lot lately. I got open credit cards. Obviously at pay off you know. I don't like wait on pima creek off this month. I saw realizing fucks your scores right there. Especially if you're using so much so you know. I'll make up my credit card three to four times a month as i use it but i like to have the open credit and it's good especially now when i'm thinking about a motorcycle is so there's by cost thirty five thousand four like as hog with some beating it. I'm like fuck of finance as easily. It's nothing so anyways. Think my buying a second crab in the bay area. Everything in san francisco is just not realistic for me. Right there's a couple of cribs. I really liked right around sixteen to twenty million dollar range. And i'm like that means we live there forever or like that's being created by wife's not ready for that yet but i am looking for a second crib. something that is with at least fifteen minutes twenty minutes max way from sf city. And it's something where. I could leave a car there..
"south central compton" Discussed on Los Compas Lounge: a PSA for Brown Men
"I i don't know if you if you ever noticed like a lot of places like at the keep their christmas tree and everything past christmas past christmas like put it away already but you notice that a january six like that's when waiting things out everything's out because that's kind of like those are the true catholics who still understand and still and still live the traditions. I mean yeah because that's what my first wife would do. You know an and her family you know once again there make honest so you know they would do that you know and and you know that was a beautiful part of of christmas as well for me man. You know and the literally because we lived in south central. La and yeah we would do the Lozada's you know we'd out and the neighborhood would do it. 'cause neighborhood is predominantly first generation. May 'cause you know a lot of I may ghana's don't go to east. La anymore they actually you know because they can't afford it. They go to south central compton watts. 'cause they can afford it over there so You know it was beautiful to see The neighborhood the you know. Actually what the couch through. Yeah with candles and everything and seeing walk through the streets of of a rough neighborhood you know. Say it to say it lightly. You know. Rough neighborhood Because just everyone understood. This is a spiritual moment you know. This is a beautiful moment that no-one everyone understood you. Just don't mess you. Don't mess around. This is this is christmas. You know and And it was beautiful. Yeah and like you were saying well. You know coming hobby you know keeping it open. Clinical christmases still open until the sixth of january. Because you know the traditional real. As i called the the real catholics to see o's but the real catholics They kept the christmas tree open. And within a christmas tree it was an activity seen on tv to see but it was like the of both the christmas tree on the.
"south central compton" Discussed on No Jumper
"Don't know cute experience the market crash or were you too. Young to care are probably too young to care. I think i had phased out of my beanie baby craze. By that point everything you guys are talking about just reminds me of like where that too but also cool. It reminds me of like this sneaker game. And how like like done like nike dunks or so cool like ten years ago and my guy had crazy dunn's whatever sold them all gave them away or whatever and then now travis scott post one picture and some nike dunks and the fucking san bernardino go buy some san bernardino dino. I just had king. Most wanted on the podcast. You see that y- let's go off zan and Admitted to power through the interview. Kind of weird. I was like wow. This isn't happened to me. And a while. While he was just like at some point he was a little like zoned out. In retrospect but he also just like admitted in the middle of it like zan right and also was talking about crashing car off the which reminded me of the german don cress interview where they were found some pretty vicious fucked up zanex stories to yeah he added a whole his arm in a cast and he he's wanted Yeah and it was from us from that accident. Yes jesus christ he's from victorville and san bernardino born in the dean moved is such a funny thing because like everyone from la from like you know south central compton. Whatever like whatever parts la the we always make fun of you know don't are not for mellow. Yeah whatever but it's like do this. It's such a big community is actually so much shit going on out there. Have you knew then you would make fun of that shit's crazy. We need to go out there and so methamphetamines for sure like you said people were hit you about being nfl. Mcdonald's like you shouldn't be there and like not like you shouldn't be there but people were hitting me up like she like. I cannot believe that you are in san bernardino at fucking mcdonalds museum. It's just like the shittiest don's you ever seen it was like original mcdonald's down he was original one. I think that they both are in somewhere or another. One in downey is still the longest standing one. But but it's updated it. Looks like a modern mcdonald's right no i think he's still early inside the but it it has like the old school. Look keep going on your dino wave and interview the who team we are actually just. I love his music. Let's go you need to tap. In with k-line's he's also from the area really. Yeah he's super fire. Someone links shit gets hookers from out there to. She's real she's from the riverside. So you can. Just thrive in san bernardino. I'm talking about the dino talking about riverside. I mean all that should it's similar county. They give you monster energy in the hospital. When you're a baby there forever. Side i think of monster energy seems like well number one when you drag riverside you do see the monster fucking logo. No the The factor giant tonghua. Also everyone there just drives trucks and has more star everybody. Everyone is if you pay taxes to riverside you're obligated to have a strategy truck Like on the back of your truck lie because it's a san bernardino thing to have there's During pride boroughs froze the rose to. I know about grows orange. It's like they kind of dress. Like show low's almost say only wear black white and red and then the Bro hose are the women. Are they only wear black. White and Hopping as an off. Shoot of the chillers. No this is like the. The ride like dirt bikes. It's like a whole thing over there. It's like it's not like they're being white show. I was gonna say i read. There's a vice documentary about it. Like the real broza. Simi valley Keep referring to this yanni to go. Watch that that's hilarious. Yes hilarious the baby so it's conveyed baby. He's looking at me every year. Dude babies giving me bad vibes man. You should support black. Comedians people stuff. They chapelle smart top favorite comedian. Just kidding please. don't take a real thing that i actually think i don't take any real goes out there. Yeah you every day. That i need to go watch dillon. Francis reality show from a couple of years ago. And i just don't i don't really see it for me. It's fucking hilarious. That's why i don't know you live by she. She was like damn. They caught me. Pink mass go now. Laura knockout to not the way. Yeah they're so bored with our has to come through flex for ruby rose and then she's out i heard a she said good like intermediate all welcoming door more offended than me when people are. Don't show up. sometimes. I have to calm down. It'd be like right rappers. Rapper time way. 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"south central compton" Discussed on No Jumper
"Near eight years DJ with the L. A. Lakers them near seven years and You know I came up as a DJ in the Jerky movement when when everyone was coming up legal stars Jay high you know why g after all them? So I was Dj all other. Parties Stupid Young. So me. So I went to school in Long Beach and that's how I met Stupi young too damn near ten years ago. That's why we're. We're really close because I used to his house parties and in being able to. Take all of that and keep running it and bringing that to the radio bringing that to streets and being able to put on put on like you know set the foundation and. And see what that is and that's who I gave see. What was your favorite? Era. My favorite part. That's a great question. My my favorite park would probably be like co flames. Two Rangers jeans, key focus. Must. Be. Call. was on fire. What about high ask something we'll call flames right I. Know speaking of Pink Dollars I. Don't know if you tappan with China right now but they are killing the freestyle shit like every so often. They tap into the instagram and they wrapping on whoever the fuck beat their fucking killing like and I think is great because. The only person that we see right now still moving from Jerk era is why g But damage I'm driving. China I'm sorry. Cam. Recalled you China yeah. Just He calls me every time. He sees me he says the name Jinan. Often like. John. Yeah Hello People fucking China. Now, the Cam in China Day freaking in from, they were apart the pink dollars group. They go in there still moving they still doing music I just actually put up on a video shoot and tap tapping everybody la they had these smoke any they had these spank. they had. They had so many frigging people any like to eleven. So many. They have so many freaking people in it they're still moving. They're still great. But the JERKIN era I feel like that defined away at that point you know different but I think a big move that why did was he never like he always made it a point to say I'm not drake rapper? No I'm not jerk rapper yeah. Because it was very flash in the PAN and a lot. Yeah. rappers that. Position and saying they're jerk wrappers. They got kind of the box. Yeah. They got boxed out of the paint actually for sure. But I feel like a jerk era was like a time for la. Hugh if period a legendary time period and I feel like that's something that in the near future, how we talk about the Golden Era Jerking air is going to be one of those going to be a documentary on Netflix. Jerkin there in like. And people are gonNA look back and be like holy. Shit I. Didn't know that I didn't know this person started here. I didn't know this person used to wear skinny jeans, with Irene, with the lip piercing and a blond patch in their hair, and now all the rappers all over the globe like that and all that really stemmed from. Long. Beach South Central Compton you know all these areas and it really made an impact on the world because if you look at like how low lucy dresses yeah. How a lot of these rappers dress pants was tight in the pants was bright. Exactly. And people used to call this is wearing yellow. You'll pay. Twenty. Twenty. One. Ten. Wasn't that big that? But that year that was I'm guilty of all. Boys yes. Yeah. They made a commercial goodness. Teach me how to teach me how Fixing on need that. Why Babich? And Live Ceelo watches. On a C. Killer was a here. Another big. I don't feel like Jayhawk hot. There was the he needs. He has so many hits. Out here, the people in the city. Said you know. Nettie. The fanatics hat, Daddy. Daddy I'm not like like I laugh because I. Like squidward. Yeah, no..
"south central compton" Discussed on Hyperbrole: A Comedy Advice Podcast
"I? Wonderful that was the whatever. Thai whatever yeah sure, cool call you want. That's really cool. Is there so do you get inspired when people shit on you or or make you look foolish because it seems like Greg Giraldo, he knew what he was doing, and he was like I'm going to make this guy great comic someday by shitting over him on national television and then. I think just early enough in the line and they didn't feel like cutting together. In the line I feel like. Guys ground. Let's just get him bring him back. Bring him back Look at that. Face what? So what did you? What did you end up doing from then on, you started going out to open mics and. Just kept grinding. Yeah. I started with a class, my old high school improv coach. His name's Tom. Clark is superman is very very funny comic. He actually only a standard class that I took after that I had, we had like a showcase of the showcase, I got booked at a bar show at the bar. Show is another barr show, and then I was getting so freaked out about these shows the first couple months 'cause I didn't know what I was doing. I wanted to get better so I started going to open mic slow more. And Yeah, I never got better, but I'm still doing the open mics and the shows. It's fun. And what's it like doing shows in l.? A. Because I know that La! Is such a weird place especially, if you WANNA, make money because it seems like there's always somebody that's willing to do it for free so. You find that to be a challenge. And how do you make money doing comedy in La? You're you're definitely right I feel like L. is very much a showcase town I think it's crazy into last year, so I think there was a big pitch for a lot of. Producers of smaller rooms and stuff like hey, here's at least five bucks. Here's at least ten bucks, so was getting to a point where it's like Whoa we're at least getting paid a little bit here and there and then cove. It happened and people realize comedy will definitely be done for free anywhere so. But I think it's because the weird thing about out here is. There's just so many people like I. Don't think La's a better or a worse even than anywhere else. I don't care if you're in Boise I. don't care if you're in. Denver wherever you are y'all GonNa. See in. La's just at times. Fifty. Bucks so much land, so they're still like an equal percentage of like bad comics, and like the couple good comics, they're still like shows that are really great and a lot of shows and Mike's. They're really bad. It's just a little bigger than any other team and yeah, we don't get paid at all. Of Man. That, there's a big diversity in the crowds when you're doing out. We're going to do an open Mike the reason I'm asking is because I'm not sure if there's that much diversity in, let's say Phoenix. There is, but with with so many people in La. You come across different environments where you're like. How am I going to tell this joke or how am I gonNA? Tell that joke. Sword. Like obviously if you're in south central Compton, don't drop the bomb. You know what I mean. There's like stuff like that where it's like you just. There's certain parts of town where it's like all right maybe. Latino Room I'm not going to do like a lot of mean choke. This this more like a hoity-toity. Hollywood hill, Beverly Hills show. They're obviously going to be a little more. Salute he so. Earth material might not work, or it will work especially well because it'll get out of their phones on. For me. I feel like every crowd is different. I wouldn't say that a Lotta shows here have. It's weird. The ironic thing is I think this shows the most variety in the audience numbers are. The brigger shows just because it's a bunch of people who are two weeks to comedy. who still left friends who got to shows so that three get like? Oh, someone, who's in their fifties, but they brought him their whole office or some Frat dude who brought in his whole fraternities, so it's cool to see that next, but but usually bigger shows are just really. Bad shows they're GONNA so new. So it's interesting, because the clubs I, think it's pretty even keeled kind of like any club Bob you see anywhere else. But the real diversity in the real kind of like. Wow, what a huge riley! are definitely like those like. Bring thirty people for two minutes of stage time things I see I see and what? What's I I've heard on a podcast that you also did comedy and on the West Coast unlike Washington spokane and some other areas. What's what's it like the difference between La Comedy, and or doing standup La versus some of those areas where you've done, stand up. Oh Man. I like working like the northwest a lot and I like working Middle Oregon Middle Washington. Because it's more blue collar. It's super blue collar and I feel like they're just regular. People who WanNa have fun and laughs, and grab a drink or grab twelve, and just have a good time and I feel like there's a lot of love there, and there's a lot of support. Enjoy their, which is really fun. I think Seattle, and Portland the definitely a little more heady I love Seattle Portland, but they're definitely like. That they definitely give I contact. Actually. But you know it's one of those things where if you have a very politically leaning, you gotta be in the Know News Joke. Yeah, Portland Seattle do it, but..
"south central compton" Discussed on Dart Against Humanity
"Above the law you know. You had the off-shoot groups from Nwea so like you hear all the see so you hear all that so you have an idea of what these cats could do. Wind-driven picture but you don't have any point of reference of White Cube with do without dray so ice cube to get with the bomb. Squad was like you're you're gonNA take a west coast dude. I do Super West Coast South Central Compton. And you'RE GONNA go to New York in particular Long Island hempstead Freeport Roosevelt Long Island. You know strong island. How would these things going to merge? How are they going to work can it? Work and Ice Cube came out the gate and said I'm going to make a perfect blend of west coast. Gangsta Shit that social political in nature towing the line between being conscious and Gangsta Revolutionary Book gangster before two Buck. That's one of the things I wrote and he executed and he created a lane for a lot of other people and the thing is crazy because when I think about it he kinda did it vite before like he made it so they win. Paris did it later in one thousand nine hundred ninety like September October December nineteen ninety going into nineteen ninety. One what Paris did was like. Oh I get it for those. You don't know powers powers was signed. Tommy boy he released his first album. The devil made me do it. You is called the the Black Panther of rap but ice cube releasing America's most wanted and then kill it. Willie P right afterwards as kind of what happened. The door for people to get what Paris was doing because you had exclaimed came out around the same time so right before America's most wanted comes out like two weeks before that we have x clan and poor righteous teachers so as clam releases to the East blackwoods and An alm you have a holy intellect by poor righteous teachers so x clan is Super Lake black nationalist on black empowerment but poor righteous teachers are more along. Like five percent nation wrapping chatting like Jamaican shedding. You know like that thing but like don't do from New Jersey you know x clan is based in New York but then you have ice cube. Who's doing this Gangsta Shit? Call them women bitches all over the place talking about his get and has produced by public enemy. Who Don't do any of that shit so it is crazy to hear like ice cube talking about doing this all cold. What they hit info talking about some West Coast Compton Shit over beat with supposed to go to true mathematics or like son of beserk or at the time while they're working on stuff at five ten and in going to Green Street you have. Busta RHYMES AND ONE S THERE. And then you also have like Cameron Ata. Dj Scribble Firstborn there watching from young black teenagers at the same time. The bomb squad is working on and has set his crazy. The same time to bomb squad is still trying to finish their album. Okay they're trying to finish Fear of a Black Planet There Blake fifty to seventy five percent done with fear of a black planet the same time. They're finishing with surging and ice cube of America's most wanted. They did America's most wanted and about a month's time so four weeks mixed mastered and turned in to a priority and about a month. That's insane and they're working on their album at the same time. They're working on finishing on belt beeped. Poison can you imagine how chaotic it had to be ice cube to be like you? I need to hurry up and put this album out. I find do this. Go here for these records. Do this do this. I this is what we're going to do. I want this. I want this. I want that is in the studio. Banish it out in a month mix mashed rate is out and then they go back to well by the time They had already finished poison. Poison was done day. Did three or four songs on there as a nine album. Soul did mixing mastering send it out. Dashes already out in March so that albums out when they Ternan America's most wanted as insane. Because you get to see the response and Ice Cube tells the story about how x clan came over to the studio in play their album before they released it. So you can imagine like all this energy happening at the same time. It's just insane when you think about it but ice cube releases the album that is like a benchmark into progression rap history for both an artist. This part of a successful group to carve his own niche and Rebrand himself in a sense because it's not like he did things that were really that much different than what he was doing but to come to the east coast. They took a lot of balls. When you're like is west coast get but still retain what makes him you know. That's one of the things that Sir Jinx was really instrumental in and he came with the Lynch mob. The I mentioned Lynch mob is on Express Yourself W. way is the Lynch mob written by Q. So Cuba had the idea for the Lynch mob and his head when ice cube takes jd. Jd's gasoline Takes J. D. T. Bone K. D. surge? Jank's has Yoyo comment and do a man's world on an issue gets signed to a deal. Before he even started street knowledge he already had the Lynch mob. He listed the name of the Lynch mob members on the back of the album so ice cube already had a gang when he left. Nwea so it's not like he left. He was just like. Oh Shit. I'm astle gotTA figure out something. No he had a plan he already knew and he he was probably he was orchestrating everything while he was on tour and he was waiting to hear back about his royalties his checks compensation for his contributions to Nwea and eazy e and other roofless records joints because he no he was a huge part in the growth the popularity and the surge of of interest and Nwea and then that role fell on Mc Ren and deal see who stepped up and who they stepped up at admirably and they you know did a excellent job if you listen to one hundred miles of run into EP and then you listen to on negative life album you know. They stepped up and that is an incredible album. But the fact that a matter is that Ice Cubes. America's most wanted to kill it will end to death certificate into the Predator completely overshadowed. Nwea and what further overshadows NWEA's win dre go solo and releases a chronic? All these things were put into motion by Ice Cube going Solo. Now being a kid listening to this album planes album death listening to shit like the bomb. Rewinding the bomb and just listening to all these different pieces and how old stuff works and it's like you listen to public enemy's Fear of a black planet. It's like to meet forever. Black plan is the last great public enemy album with a noise works. Then you listen to America's most wanted and it's another album with annoys works. Nineteen ninety like and the thing is that you listen to albums made by other artists after the bomb squad. Kinda you know. Kinda killed the bomb squads effectiveness and how they were actually able to a debt so listen to mugs. What did he amongst did on the first Cypress Hill album is directly a response to what the bomb squad did on several black planet and America's most wanted you know he managed. Dj mugs manage to make the noise noisier but west coast but still buying able to incorporate sampling and pastiches and things like that in a way. That couldn't be done anymore. With the Beastie boys on Paul's Boutique. He managed to figure that out sonically. That's why it's the what you want remix done by you know. Dj mugs and sold assassins. Worked so well.
"south central compton" Discussed on Behind The Baller Podcast with Ben Baller
"No I got all the Info. If you've been following me on twitter you know how fucking so if you think this. She does a game then call it. Russian will accept his deadlier. We'll get into more about that in a minute right now. I need to say rest in paradise. Rest in peace to pop smoke bro. You were one young ambitious talented cool ass mother fucker man. God damn rest in Peace Mrs Crazy. It's really sad that this world is filled with so much hate filled with haters and just fucking jealousy for haters writing around. La You know Ford Uis in a car with no money. Fifteen dollars upset you know. Their life sucks No talent no skill. No remorse man you. You took a young kid with a future because you got nothing offer the universe you know. It's just it's just really fucking sad. I mean just on materials shit you know people are just so so fucking jealous man for all you out of towners. You guys think you know an instagram. Just don't show everything assist so much not you. Just don't see reality anymore. You know and it's like listen. You see the palm trees you see Beverly Hills and Shit just know. This shit is no joke over here. Yeah you see Bel Air Beverly Hills and you see Rolls Royces and stuff. You know what the hood is fifteen minutes away from there you know even IBM real. I can't believe my dude slipped up and showed his address on the Internet. Should he wasn't paying attention. But it's like someone obviously set him up. Whatever may be but just like a man in nineteen ninety-six? I got a Po box. I never got mailed ever again sent and never got anything fucking delivered to my house ever again. Okay even my brother I made him send me my dress receive a phone bill nothing. I didn't want my personal name. Dot Nickname Dumbarton to nothing sent to my house. Ever and I haven't had it said that you know to my house in twenty five years. I've had a personal mailbox since at least twenty four years or so right. 'cause I just don't want people know why I live even if I adore man you know I lived in High Rise. Buildings with with the Doorman. A limited gated area always I mean even post may it's gotTa go through a pass through a gate stoneleigh fucking way to live. You know it's sad. You know you see me post and Shit see joy anything. It's like ninety nine hundred ninety five percent of the time. It's like Julia something that I made for somebody else. Don't pose my personal shit really It's like Bill Gates Bill Gates in his car collection back in the eighties nineties. A lot about Bill Gates and stuff and everything and he was different but it was. You know social media is just against like a treasure map from other fuckers just to get rob and that's why I don't post my shit you know you'll never see a picture inside my house I mean that's why I said if I really wanted to press pools I could easily. I suppose crazy shit. You Know My wife. Never Post bags. She don't post anything for jewelry. Schnur been about that so imagine the people who think pages too much they will be fucking sick like literally if I just really. I don't even know I did you. Don't spend five six seven. It's been years though. I just don't now back to gated crab or gated community or having doormat of something that's not. GonNa Stop Everyone Hi. It's just a deterrent holidays. And you know what that's all you need. Sometimes you just need to slow fools down you gotta just make it a little harder for these attackers. You know what I'm saying. So they think about it the bad guy you know what I mean. We really have to have a personal issue. It's not like well shit. Everyone got money right not true but you know. They think that everyone has his money. Because shown a hundred grand and cash whatever. He's got fifteen dollars. Driving in the car can't get into a club there. Hayden and their life again is just miserable right. Slight fuck this. I want a better life. So they'll take a chance you know what they'll let them off. I don't want to go to jail. Some people don't care but really why go and risk it. You know so people get away. Some people don't Possible compassionately was you know Matt Lucas area. Man is a tricky area. I'm we'll call. You used to stay up there and it's just you know yeah it's in the hills and whatever but that she does not protect it at all whatsoever again you gotta make it harder for people you gotta make them think is. Is this worth it? You know for these kids man. Three thousand five thousand twenty thousand. That shit is a big deal to them. You know we got a patrol car. You know driving down my street several times in an hour you know so that looks off. They stop but anyways man. Everyone has an opinion k. Just no forty seven years old going on ninety right. I've lived serious at legitimately lived ten lifetimes right. I've seen more than you have. I've lived through more than you have. I there few hoods in the world that or is famous these ghettos in the nowhere and trust me. Nothing is as famous and no shot. No disrespect Brooklyn parts of Harlem and the Bronx Shit. You know The areas meant but la hoods have always been the most well known right boys. In the hood MENA society both shot in south central right in the Crenshaw district k. These streets these are areas that I grew up in like for real documented. Like some people be like some people just really just so new to knowing or discovering me and they they hear the asset for songs. Something don't realize that must organise loss since motherfucking. Two thousand five. I've been a part of cocky riders. Black Motorcycle Gang. Part of the south central Compton Watts all through crenshaw everything fucking clubhouses on crenshaw you know for decades have embraced the streets since early age for a long time you know. I ran up and down crenshaw. You know S- Thursday night Wednesday Nights Sundays on Broadway Main Street crips bloods essays. You know until he know recently. I just felt like man. You know these streets ain't for me no more. It's just it. Just it ate the heck. I love like they used to. You know people like on the streets. Don't love you. You know what I was under the impression that they did for a long time. You know what I'm saying. I always had never been pressed. Never have security. You Know Ma store was there for a long time and my life consisted of like I said Crenshaw Boulevard. You know and especially right when I got out. Who's right when Neil nipsy got killed and I was like Oh man. Listen I've been out here too. Long enough is enough. This new generation is worse than cancer. You know I've seen so many generations grow up and this current one now has no regard for human life. You know you all want to which tension You guys are way too. Mother fucking sensitive at the same time and all. The Shit really just begins at home you know. That's why I don't just spoil my kids. You know whatever spoiled with attention and love you know starts inside your household miss. Someone should've hugged and kissed you more. And at the same time someone should beat the dog shit out of you forgetting a line. I does not interfere in this world from your phone just from just consequences. You know saying you guys. Don't give a fuck too many broken homes though. I again not enough love though. Fake love is the worst kind love you know after today. Shit. I'm not afraid of my anymore. I'm afraid of my jealous friends. You know I'm afraid him a fake acquaintances anyways My condolences to a pop. Spokes family my condolences to my brother. Stephen Victor Tam Steve Man vm. Need anybody you know. If you need to call me Mambro you already know what it is. much to the victim music group. You know what miles hit me. One time with a snippet us some pop smoke man. Let's let's right. 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"south central compton" Discussed on DISGRACELAND
"The crimes they committed were violent thuggish numerous and constant assault with a deadly weapon weapon inflicting great bodily harm breaking and entering brutality they took no shit were known to snatch unsuspecting victims on the street throw them up against against the wall empty their pockets and think nothing of kneeing them in the testicles forcing them to bend over and submission and then kicking their teeth beat downs were common bare bare knuckle Bras boot kicks to the head and when the beatings didn't work they use their gas to make a point pistol woods cold steel to the temple to Timoti there were known to smile menacingly through the windows of their cars while driving through the neighborhood slow serving their turf and ensuring that anyone out of line was quickly swarmed warmed brought to heel street gangster except I'm not talking about gangsters or Nwea or any other so-called Gangsta rappers of talking talking about the LAPD in Nineteen eighty-five violent crime in Los Angeles exploded unprecedented levels due to the city's heavy trafficking have crack cocaine unemployment was on the rise in career opportunities for young black men in south central Los Angeles near Obsolete and mid eighties the violent street gangs who control the drug trade incompetent inglewood in other neighborhoods and towns comprised south central Los Angeles the bloods and the crips their various offsets. They offered real financial opportunity. The kids were there otherwise we're in the gang ranks swelled and so did the murder rate bloods and crips decked doubt from head to toe and red and blue respectively overwhelmed south central. La Their presence there violence was daily reality for residents south central particularly incompetent drive-by shootings machine guns sprang from the windows of pimp does sixty foreign policy at the bar screen doors drug gaunt's indistinguishable from many innocent the families and neighborhoods bungalows dead bodies lying in the streets victims of the ongoing turf war between the bloods the CRIPS or drug deals gone bad or just innocent bystanders sanders often children caught up and friendly fire. There were three thousand gang related murders in the eighties in Los Angeles if you grew up in L. A. During this time we're black blackmail you are six times more likely to be murdered than your white counterpart but it wasn't all bad compton was a real community with hardworking men and women getting up every day sending their kids to school on themselves off to work hoping praying everyone would make it home intact for dinnertime without hassle from either gangs from those who are sworn to serve and protect. LAPD who under the leadership of Police Chief Daryl Gates War Wars south-central Compton Gates Militarized Police Force Armored Tanks Battering Rams helicopters in any any means necessary mentality kid reese work force indiscriminate force was their weapon gates and inefficient testimony before the United States Senate actually said that those who merely smoke pop should be quote unquote taken out Darryl Gates thought of his lapd as a a quote unquote professional organization and to him and many of his cops south-central residents were mostly all gangsters pot smokers crack dealers it didn't matter in one's wearing gang colors red blue whatever they're all the same black was the only car that mattered if you were young black and a resident of south central Los Angeles in the eighties eighties as far as lapd was concerned you were trouble at worst hardcore gang banger at best and eventual shipper destined for one of the gangs prison and or an early grave and LAPD acted accordingly young black men were harassed by cops constantly whether they were gang affiliated or not pulled over for nothing padded pat down search smacked around beat on hauled in humiliated the N. double ACP in a seal you filed complaints local signed petitions state and federal representatives gave speeches community groups held meetings citizens voiced their anger and church basements over still donuts and coal black coffee and at the end of the day nothing changed the lapd blew it all off it kept going about their business and the gang bangers tolerated the police harassment and kept banging and the bodies kept dropping dropping an entire community kept on keeping on living their lives in fear it was war and Darryl Gates in his cops are going to continue to police the only way they knew how how through sheer brutal indiscriminate racially biased force and there is little that anyone could do about it but one gang banger would find a weapon I've been more powerful than any community group more powerful than any petitioner local politician or the end of the Lacey Pe- in Seo you combined that weapon microphone microphone that gangster easy motherfucking what he's Ye also known by real name Eric rate was no common gaming. You're in another life born into different circumstances Eric would have been a CEO or some other sort of highlight executive. He had a mind for business to took. He's business dealing cocaine hulce's seriously every morning while as competitors and customers slept off the effects whatever wild party and attended the night before Yang early twentysomething Eric who didn't drink would wake up early sit his parents breakfast table and read the La Times then as was his routine he'd had to Karaj organizers product reading it for sale later that afternoon before peeling off the customary to grand cash from one of the main stashes he kept in and around the house US stuffing it into his sock gliding over the driveway to his mint condition nineteen seventy-three Chevy Caprice decked out in all black colored shows and not entirely tired because of its bad assery but also because trolley the black Chicago White Sox hat covering his black Jerry crow hair the black sat in La Raiders starter jacket the Black Jeans Black Adidas and black wraparound sunglasses all had the added benefit of not being either blue red the colors of the local crips blue and rival bloods. It's red meaning Eric Clad head to toe in black wasn't endanger pissing off either gang and accidentally whining dead because of poor fashion choice but avoiding according death on the streets of Compton wasn't that easy for the drug dealer who would later name himself easy. He had four kids from three different women by the time US twenty three Eric loved the ladies with the responsibility. Many have the hustle many slinging it every day in the more coca del wholesaler not the more risk there was he be arrested or killed in either deal gone wrong or a robbery not to mention the fact that the local cops to every opportunity could fuck with so he did his best to they low deals dope is carefully possible unlike his first cousin Horace Butler Horace was Eric's mentor drug came and Horace Live Lurch. He cut an impressive figure more fat for Bobby Brown Pars was a big man who is in the game to make it big as fast as possible. He dealt wait didn't care who he Fox's along the way it was only a matter of time before he pissed off the wrong person which he never did and ended up shot to death in his candy painted. GMC truck on the on Rampton ten when he died Eric was heartbroken but he was also the beneficiary of his cousins large stash cocaine cash he went to work a quick cutting it up listening a trusted friend deal form and putting some of the money out on the street start working for the applied intelligence to the game of drug dealing it within no time he was more successful than his dead cousin ever could have dreamed of and sitting on nearly half a million dollars in profit what he knew it was only a matter time only only a matter of time before it was his head with a bullet hole in bloodied face down on the steering wheel of a seventy-three caprice on side of the tent he needed to get out of the game but like most young men and content at the time there were few options beyond dealing drugs are going nowhere. Minimum wage jobs other than pussy rap music was his only other interest bruce he was obsessed with the mix tapes he'd heard circulate throughout the neighborhood the tapes originated from a booth at a local swap run by indie record store owner Steve Jato and they blew Eric's mind their long played sixty minute basis featuring run DMC rob base and DJ Easy Rock King T- in the fat boys and and some of the brakes featured wraps in the creator of the mixes a kid who had turned out Eric's new from the neighborhood Eric quickly bought up every one of these cassettes begged yon introduced introduced into the queue made them dude by the name of Audrey one the other kids down skate land. USA called Dr Dre.
"south central compton" Discussed on Road Trippin': Richard vs. Channing
"To this days. My mom's most proud magazine every bid eligible bachelor when I was when I first got drafted. So he did most eligible bachelors until like a year later the girl I was dating at the time. They wanted us to be in like like the swimsuit edition, so I call him. And I was like dude, man. I don't know, man. I was like should I should I do this? And he was like version was the worse. That happens a bunch of people see with a really hot chick. All right. This bear point other. That's a fair point. I guess I'll do it. Yeah. Yeah. Wow. Lose-lose guiding his life. Oh, it's quite like, you're lucky I told lute Olson it was okay for you to come here. So he got. I I moved to the south bay. He moved to the cell. I got married. I got married. He got married. I started having kids. He started having kids. I told them about yoga and beach volleyball. He his career was over like four years. He started playing beach volleyball every summer with us and open his own yoga studio. And then all of a sudden he goes back and wins an NBA title and is like playing for another four or five years. So again guidance can you believe he played as long as he did. Well, he's he's he's. We used to tell me one the genetic lottery like he. Yeah. The things I did were hurt. My body. Right. And so we if we started lifting he would get like too strong. You'd go football looking like a football player and like two weeks. You know, what I mean like, so he's no match other. Nice that. Yeah. Yeah. I was right there. I know people we're going to just make a bunch of visual references for people that are listening. So that'll be. That photo right there. No. But like you talking about you saw that picture a big rich. And you're like speaking of genetic lottery. See we gift from the was the big risk. A big rich was older. Reggie heavy work in the barbecue. With a cigarette in his mouth. Yeah. So like so like again like Lucan eilly we've been friends for so long. But he was there like I hadn't seen big rich like big rich has some really like heavy like drug and alcohol issues. And so it wasn't that. He wasn't a good, dude. Or it wasn't a great, dude. He just had his own kind of journey, and I know people have kind of heard bits and pieces. But, you know, my mom always spoke highly a big richest just said, like, hey, you know, my mom remarried when I was like twenty are my mom remarried when I was like seven, so I had a father figure, John I love him and depth. That's my guy. Luke knows him. Really really well, but like big rish is like real kind of like he just had drug and alcohol issues. And so that was part of the reason why my mom moved us from LA to Phoenix to get away from like south central Compton. And so Luke was there when I hadn't seen big rich and like ten years..
"south central compton" Discussed on Power 106 FM
"Six number one. Our guy Marcellus Wiley his checked in. He's back on the. Wiley was going man. I'm back home. Look at is loving life. Brother. I'm glad I'm here. Sorry. I was five seconds late rapper. Robert John gotta album coming out late. What did GPS is kept adding minutes in minutes. You're like damn garages told them five minutes ago. Five minutes. Good happen. I'll have my dog. She'll tell people we're finding parking. She hasn't even left the house and put on her shoes yet. They're right, right. Every time. I get Texas somebody's like arm five out on my team ready because why would you hit me if you five out? They'd be like, oh pulling up. He's got a book out. Well, it's actually are on the way out never showed up is the name of the book. I love the title never shut up. This is about everything that's going on in your life. Yeah. Man. The title comes from just our assets. And how the world tells you who you're supposed to be short me growing up in L A, south central Compton. I heard who was supposed to be and more importantly who. I shouldn't be okay. And everyone was telling you statistics, you wouldn't make it you wouldn't do this. And that and I just wanted to go back to that moment where my essence was like, I'm a dictate terms. I'm gonna tell the world who I'm going to be and I'm on my plan my schedule, and look if full of see I think that's the way needs to deliver. Trying to say, but he doesn't say it broke down. Yeah. Man, the circumstances in everyone's.
"south central compton" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin
"Most of the guys you only play in your 20s i notice in every sport where the deal nitz three years four years five years you know the average career my point is the even potential ford is so rare in the nfl that it's it is more potential in baseball clearly in baseball and then in the nba's well and other things i think it's just numbers to when you talk about a veteran is this going back to the striking idea just fifty what 53man roster versus 25 in the mlb in fifteen in the nba so i gotta convinced 53 guys we're all going to strike and we're gonna do this wrong were automobile a court were which is you give me what do i got mom at home asking me for money i got no my wife or my baby mother my little brother or myself nyabibwe bills vavh needs i've once our so hard to yes it might not be mike conley now steph curry money or or a zack drank ego or uh of course uh putting kershaw money but the fact of the matter is a making seven hundred fifty thousand dollars a year your most people that are causing you can give masses and pcs will never make that in years since the first world veteran rich conversations exact when you are a hungry rookie from south central compton like richard sherman was like i was ain't no way you selomy on a strike because you've got to stand would i just did i just took myself from an adverse situation and promote self in the highest tax bracket now i get it ahead still has to come with a understanding of further consequences that come from sacrifice we get it make the game better when you leave it than when you got there we get it but.