David Ma
 
David Ma speaks to the Bay Area group's last surviving member about their weed and anti-cop anthems.
David Ma speaks to Breeze Brewin of the New York rhyme trio about meeting Bobbito, getting dropped by Elektra, and the group's 1996 single.
David Ma speaks to El-P about creating their 1993 standout.
David Ma's series returns as he speaks to the Chef about his iconic Only Built 4 Cuban Linx track featuring Nas and Ghostface Killah.
David Ma speaks to DJ Premier about the immortal 1994 single.
David Ma's column spotlighting the making of pivotal rap songs returns as he explores a highlight from the Los Angeles rap crew's 1993 album Innercity Griots.
David Ma's column spotlighting the making of pivotal rap songs returns as he dives into the Black Elvis/Lost in Space single.
A few years ago, David Ma spoke to the Los Angeles rap stalwart about working with Exile, being into jazz, and label conflicts.
I Deed It is a new series where David Ma will provide oral histories of some of history's greatest rap songs. Up first is the epochal Oakland crew's 1998 single.
Around the time of the release of "Born Like This," David Ma spoke with the supervillain about his iconic mask, his salad days in KMD, and being inspired by Ghostface Killah and Charles Bukowski.