On September 29, West Coast icon Warren G will show the industry that G-funk ain’t dead with the release of his sixth studio album, The G-Files. Though the club-oriented Swagger Rich (which picked up mixed reviews on the Booth) was chosen as the project’s lead single, that pulse-pounding track isn’t an accurate indication of what listeners will find on the forthcoming LP. What would be a better example of Warren G’s style, you ask? Try newly-leaked cut 100 Miles & Runnin’. Warren’s slow flow and mid-tempo piano beat, along with fellow LBC native and longtime collaborator Nate Dogg‘s hook, should add up a hit with our resident Left-Coasters, and Northeastern icon Raekwon the Chef adapts to the track’s sound with greatest of ease. Now, aren’t you glad that tragic East Coast/West Coast war is behind us?
Written by Burmy on 08/20/09
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