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Genres You Will Love
Hip-Hop/Rap: West Coast Rap Moods: Type: Lyrical Hip-Hop/Rap: G-Funk Hip-Hop/Rap: Gangsta Rap

By Location
United States - United States United States - California

Links
Badd Blood's official soundclick page Mr. Loco AKA Loc Da Smoke's official soundclick page Wize Guyz Global Ent. official soundclick page Sell your music everywhere

Badd Blood

In the summer of 2009 Mr. Loco and Penn St8 linked up and instantly they started talking collaborations and a little while later they got in the booth and knocked out their first track "They Say We Hopeless (OG Mix)". After that one studio session it was as if they knew each other forever and they became homeboys. After a couple more collabs, Mr. Loco & Penn St8 started talking about starting a group together and the duo became "Badd Blood". After that they instantly started working on their debut album "Thicka den u thought" and they contacted 3 key producers, A2K of WGG Europe, DJ Pimp & Mike Mosley of Steady Mobbin. The group also introduced their original 3rd member Young Gas-O-Lean on the song "Life in da gutta" and brought features from C-Siccness, MC Ron of W.G.G. Europe, Mr. Loco's cousin Krazy J and the Thug Life legend out of San Jose, DJ King Assassin The album came out and hit the streets and has been called a West Coast classic from fans around the world. After the album dropped, the Badd Blood duo started featuring on various artists projects from around the world Underground Gangsta's album The Lord Knowz Me, Murder Dog Presents: Underground Society (compilation) and quite a few other projects and they also released their second project, the "Prop. 215 (Legally Smokin)" mixtape which featured Kastro of the Outlawz, Doon Koon & Goldie Gold of The Federation, Tha Realest and many more and the mixtape became another underground hit. In 2012, they took it one step further and released their second studio album "7'z Up" and brought along friends from the Outlawz, DPG, The Federation and more! Now the duo are working hard, bringing new albums, mixtapes and features to the rap game and they are determined to get to their goal and start the next era of West Coast gangsta rap, dubbed as they put it "G-Mobb" music!!

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