Mr. D.O.G. | Streets of tha Tac

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Streets of tha Tac

by Mr. D.O.G.

West Coast G-funk based beats laced with clever lyrics arranged at variable tempos, leaving a distinct swag that instantly causes you to groove. Talking about an array of topics from "hood" life, to that special someone, to family issues, to party music
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap: G-Funk
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  Song Share Time Download
1. They Don't Know (Intro)
0:51 $0.99
2. Mr. D.O.G.
3:40 $0.99
3. Hilltop
4:24 $0.99
4. Sidewalk Executives
0:38 $0.99
5. It's Nothing (feat. Certified)
3:58 $0.99
6. She's 100
3:20 $0.99
7. Criptastic (feat. Combat)
3:52 $0.99
8. Fucc w/Cuzz Intro
0:39 $0.99
9. Fucc w/Cuzz (feat. Snoop Dogg, Crooked I & Kokane)
4:04 $1.29
10. Bieeaaatch! (feat. Have Not)
4:02 $0.99
11. Dear Dad (feat. Von OP)
5:16 $0.99
12. On Ya Own
0:29 $0.99
13. Aquaman 3
3:32 $0.99
14. Yall Don't Know (feat. Luni Coleone & Cool Nutz)
3:52 $0.99
15. Say Dat Then (feat. Crooked I & Skuntdunana)
4:11 $0.99
16. Holla @ Ya Guy (feat. Matt Blaque)
4:03 $0.99
17. She's 100 remix (feat. Mistah FAB, Cool Nutz & Outrageous)
4:02 $0.99
18. Rollin 26's (feat. West Coast Stone)
3:44 $0.99
19. Business Men (feat. Leezy Soprano & Key Loom)
4:29 $0.99
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Album Notes
Mr. D.O.G., a former recipient of the Seattle's Mayor's Award for musical excellence and business acumen is also the current winner of the WA rapper of the year award. If that’s any indication of what to expect from the rappers fourth album, Streets of tha Tac, the anticipation is only furthered by the impressive list of collaborators on the album. The likes of Snoop Dogg, Crooked I, Kokane, Mistah FAB, Cool Nutz, Matt Blaque, and many more grace Streets of tha Tac with guest appearances. It’s no wonder that nineteen tracks were needed to encompass all the homegrown talent on the disc.

Tracks like the first single, “She's 100” feature contemporary hip hop elements that display the rapper’s affiliation with the west coast rap scene. Another track that embodies the now globally recognized west coast swagger is the follow up single, “F*cc w/Cuzz” that features Snoop Dogg, Crooked I, and Kokane. It’s bold beat is mirrored in D.O.G.’s cadence and Snoop Dogg’s smooth rap complements the second half of the track.

“Holla @ Ya Guy” is a softer R&B influenced affair that features Matt Blaque who brings an irresistible hook that brings the song together. Elsewhere, “Dear Dad” is an honest and hard hitting track concerning parental separation and abandonment. Tracks such as these, and others like “Hilltop” and “It’s Nothing” show a variety of issues deeply entrenched in hip hop culture.

Streets of tha Tac is a raw and extremely personal affair. The unforgiving manner that subject matter is dealt with on the album will provide further respect for the rapper who knows where he’s from and knows how to bring his own perspective to the rather saturated hip hop scene. The disc is a prime example of west coast collaborations that work, and work well.
Stand Out Tracks: Hilltop, Holla @ Ya Guy She’s 100

Rukshan Thenuwara – Staff
September 12, 2010

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This album may be the re-emergence of Washington and Northwest Hip Hop as a whole. Mr. D.O.G., former recipient of the Seattle's Mayor's Award for musical excellence and business acumen and current winner of the 2010 WA rapper of the year award via , is back with his fourth album, Streets of tha Tac.
This classic album features an all-star cast including Snoop Dogg, Crooked I, Kokane, Mistah FAB, Cool Nutz, Matt Blaque, and many more. With production from Klypso (who also engineers for Dr. Dre's Aftermath camp), Kuddie Fresh (JadaKiss, Neyo, Luni Coleone), Funk Daddy (E-40, Mac Dre, Sugawolf), Roc Phella (G-Twinz, Kurupt, Daz), West Coast Stone (Kokane, Young Bop, Key Loom) and Eugenius1212.
The first single, She's 100 has already made the playlist of countless radio stations, internet stations, podcasts, and club Djs. This hit narrates the story of the perfect soul mate who goes above and beyond the means to back her man over an uptempo club banger.
The follow up single, F*cc w/Cuzz features Snoop Dogg, Crooked I, as well as Kokane over a Roc Phella beat. On this track, Mr. D.O.G. gives listeners a better idea of the "Factor" that he really is and how well known he is alongside of an already proven group of co-stars who endorse the face of the Northwest.
The most compelling song on this LP has got to be "Dear Dad" which tells the most emotional story of parent-child seperation through an already broken system and how either the Father or Mother has failed to build family value through their seed.
There are 19 tracks in all with various subjects along a broad range opening the gateway for fans of all races, genders, and breeds.
D.O.G. is currently nominated for Washington rapper of the Year in the 2010 West Coast Hip Hop Awards and featured in the Vol. 17 #2 Issue of Murder Dog which hit the streets in August 2010.



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