1. SEE, HEAR: West Coast Rap All-Stars Perform "We're All in the Same Gang" on "Arsenio" (1990).

    WESTCOAST

    This right here, well, it's something special, folks. Not only was the West Coast Rap All-Stars project for a good cause (bringin' peace to the streets of Los Angeles), but it also gave the world this momentous performance on The Arsenio Hall Show in June 1990. Nowadays, a line-up of this magnitude would be reserved for festivals only, but on this lucky occasion over two decades ago, the TV airwaves were truly blessed with a roster so impressive it almost seems inconceivable of being pulled off today. Taking to the stage in order of appearance: King-Tee, Body & Soul (Dee Barnes from Pump It Up 's group), Def Jef, Michel'le, Tone-Loc, Above The Law, Ice-T, N.W.A (Dre & Ren), J.J. Fad, Young MC, Digital Underground's Shock G and Humpty Hump (at the same time?!), Oaktown's 3.5.7, MC Hammer, and last but not least, Eazy-E. Damn, this shit is dope!

    PEEP THE BANGIN' LINE-UP OF WEST COAST RAPPERS AFTER THE JUMP...

    (Props to freestylemusicvideos for the upload.)




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    • http://www.treesforbreakfast.com Dee Phunk

      I don't know who wrote it for him, but this was Tone Loc's best verse of his entire career.

    • http://www.twitter.com/hotboxbeats hotbox

      ^^^ I thought the same thing about Hammer's verse

    • CoffeeBreaker

      damn Easy flubbed that line -hard-

    • Justin

      Young MC's wardrobe provided by Oak Tree.