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West Koasta Nostra album for sale by Boo-Yaa TRIBE was released Jul 29, 2008 on the Sarinjay label. It'd been far too long since Boo-Yaa T.R.I.B.E. reared their collective menacing heads around the scene. After disappearing for several years, the clan regrouped with a monster of a record in West Koasta Nostra. It's a welcome return for the group, whose production skills and lyrical delivery are as fierce as ever West Koasta Nostra CD music. However, it all seems as if something is missing. West Koasta Nostra CD music contains a single disc with 12 songs. ...See Full Description
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||Review of the leaked tracks as of 9/27|
1. Bang On ft. Mack 10, nice beat by Battlecat, the hook is a little repetitive but the rest of the song makes up for it. 2. On Me ft. Kurupt, nice verses by Ridd and Kurupt, nice beat by Battlecat (like always), once again the hook could've used something else too it 2. State Of Emergency ft. Knoc-Turnal, Oyster Boy, and King Lou, judging from the minute or so snippet, this will probably end up being my favorite off the album, Battlecat yet again brings the heat (this guy is underrated, in fact I'm not gonna bother commenting on the album's beats cuz BC rips up everyone), can't really say anything about the verses yet as I've only heard 1 and a half of probably 4 or 5 4. 911 ft. Eminem & B-Real (from Cypress Hill), the Eminem production is not as good as the rest of the album's BC beats, but I can deal with the song as a whole, as Em, B-Real, and Ridd come with some decent verses 6. Heated ft. Short Khop, Boo Yaa is great here, but Short Khop just annoys me, always has, so I guess I'm a littled biased 7. The Kalling ft. Murder One, darker song comparitively to the album up to this point, but just as tight 8. N Full Motion ft. WC, funky, funky, funky, that about sums up this song, normally I can't stand WC, but he's not bad here 9. Legends, the only song without guest appearances, judging from this minute and a half snippet, this will probably be my second favorite, once again thats about all I can say from the little I've heard so far 11. Take Yo Fade ft. Crooked I, Eastwood, & Kokane, no surprise Crook and East bring some major heat, Kokane is alright on the hook, third favorite from the album If you don't know the Boo Yaa Tribe, like I didn't prior to hearing Gangsta Ridd on the Dysfunktional Family soundtrack, by this album simply for the crazy production and the excellent guest spots.
By a reviewer (Atlanta, GA)
||The West fails To bigBangagain|
When this album came out, i was very anxious to listen 2 it, i thought this was gonna be the bang of the year, but it fails...... it brings the california sound, except for 911, which sounds eminem style maybe cus he produced it; but u just cant really get into the feeling of the good old west coast days; sometimes they sound like a mix between king t and wc, diferent obviously but similar...... i recommend this album though, its strictly 4 the left side.... cya
By oralinsky (San Salvador, El Salvador)
||It's The Return!!!|
After a few years hiatus from the rap scene, Boo Yaa Tribe are back with a dope new album. Battlecat did a great job on the beats, producing every track except 911, which was done by Eminem. The record is dope from start to finish, you won't find no fast forward material here. Definitely worth checkin' out!
By a reviewer (France)
Good CD all the way through, great beats and good flow a couple joints could leave with out but overall a great CD.
By akasancho (Banning Ca)
||All Ya'll Can't Git It Right|
I got this album a long time ago and I still bang songz from tha album to this day...It's westcoast at it's best...I LOVE DPGC, Daz, Snoop, tha whole crew...I roll wit Cripz all tha time, but dis album got Kurupt n' WC on it (aka Cripz)...Dis C.D. iz straight WestCoast...N' for the other idiot on this review...I'm Samoan...and we're not AKA (ALSO KNOWN AZ) Hawaiianz...It's a whole 'nother Island...That's like calling a Chinese Guy Vietnamese...We have our similarities, but we're not the same...
By swisha99 (Orange, CA, USA)
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West Koasta Nostra songs Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||6341205|
|Release Date||Jul 29, 2008|
|Producer||Eminem; Battle Cat|
|Recording Time||54 minutes||