Will Hagle takes a quick look at the rising Oakland rapper.
In the wake of his murder, a look at the legacy, influence, and most important songs from Bay Area rap legend, The Jacka.
Jimmy Ness usually be holdin’ In 1996, G-Funk was still the soundtrack to bouncing cars, block parties and Malt Liquor bottles. DJ Quik dropped the classic Safe + Sound the year prior and 2pac was yet to introduce rap music to suburbia with “California Love.” Oakland’s Moe-Man took influences from G-Funk as well as the […]