Although he’s from LA’s sunny Crenshaw District, Baby S grew up in an icy environment (Ice-T and Ice Cube also grew up there, get it?). With such prestigious MCs right in his backyard, it was inevitable that ‘S’ would get into hip-hop as well. After releasing his ‘01 debut album Street Fractions, off of Epic/Sony, Baby S returns to the underground to release the follow-up, Crenshaw & Slauson. On some Eastwood and E-40 ‘ish, fellow West Coasters Keak Da Sneak and QZ take it from LA to the Bay Area, calling for all of California to Get Your You On. With a perfectly blended beat, which sounds like combination of Dr. Dre and Rick Rock, Get Your You On will bang even in the cities that are really icy.
Written by Burmy on 04/3/08
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