He's even willing to experiment musically and lyrically. The track "Step To Me" taunted Compton rappers and included the line "DJ Quik he can suck my dick". Tim then toured with Kool Keith and recorded several other tracks, including his August 2005 collaboration with Percee P, "NY to the UK. Tim "Dj Timdogg"j Bayard / Dj Timdogg Entertainment. "san antonio" "ain't shit like compton" mp3 "DJ Quik" diss vs beef download, "Reginald C. Dennis" "Ruthless" "Above The Law" "Vocally Pimpin" review "The Source" Magazine september 1991 #24, "Reginald C. Dennis" interview Source magazine niggaz4life nwa chronic classic nas illmatic ratings review awards "dave mays" "Reginald C. 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Suga Free & Mausberg; Shut Up (Ice Cube Diss), DJ Pooh ft Kam; Whoop Whoop (Ice Cube diss). The album peaked at number 155 on the US Billboard 200 chart, number 34 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart, number 4 on the Heatseekers Albums chart. and the Posse? Since the release, incoming responses came the following years from west coast artists Snoop Dogg, DJ Quik, Compton's Most Wanted, Penthouse Players Clique, Rodney O & Joe Cooley, and Tweedy Bird Loc. (Sir Jin... What Happened After N.W.A. and The Source provided significant coverage to artists from Los Angeles. 's dwell on what could go wrong; his sleek, '70s-soul-style grooves, which he produces himself, swing, well . What Happened After N.W.A. from his 2006 album Hip Hop Is Dead, and despite Tim Dog's feud with Dr. Dre, Eminem (whom Dre had discovered) name-checked him on the track "Ricky Ticky Toc". Tim Dog interview Hip Hop Connection February 1992... Bobby Jimmy And The Critters; New York Rapper. and the Posse? 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Production was handled by several record producers, including Ced-Gee, TR Love and Moe Love from Ultramagnetic MC's, Bobby Crawford, Louis Flores, and Tim Dog himself. 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His lyrics celebrate the fun side of the mythical Compton experience where N.W.A. Two singles from the album were released; "Way 2 Fonky" a response to Tim Dog's West Coast diss "Fuck Compton", and "Jus Lyke Compton". (Dr. Dre diss). "Michel'le Conversation" was a skit where a. 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Tim Dog moved to the UK in 1995 and worked with UK artist Apache Indian, producing the hit single "Make Way for the Indian". (Ice Cub... What Happened After N.W.A. The album contained a shout-out to Tupac Shakur whom Tim thanked for assisting him when involved in a potentially violent situation when touring in California. [13][14] The case was featured on the June 15, 2012, episode of Dateline NBC,[15][16] which clarified that it was a best interest plea (Alford plea) to theft. Community See All. Tweedy Bird Loc; South Bronx Can't Touch Compton (... Ant Banks & Tim Dog interview in The Source July 1... Tim Dog interview in The Bomb magazine from San Fr... "Mike Dean" "Under Oath" Scarface "Geto Boys" "Cory Mo" "Killa Kyleon" Narcissistic “In Between Us” "Tanya Herron" "John Bido" Seagram "Tone Capone" "Souls On Ice" 3-2 Convicts Smit D facemob, "N.W.A." and the Posse? (Dr. Dre... What Happened After N.W.A. un... MC Ren Shock Of The Hour review The Source Magazin... 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"1-900-2-COMPTON" unreleased skit nwa "mc ren" "vanilla ice" diss beef vs "eazy-e" "dr. dre" ruthless, "P.K.O." "[5] In a retrospective review, DJ Fatboy of RapReviews praised the overall production throughout the album, Tim's "forceful" delivery of his absurd lyricism despite wishing he craft better lyrics and Kool Keith's guest contributions on "I Ain't Havin' It" and "Secret Fantasies", concluding that, "Great production values, utter craziness. Tim Dog VS Ruthless in The Source Magazine June 19... Tim Dog; Fuck Compton review in The Source magazin... What Happened After N.W.A. Recording sessions for the album took place during 1991 and 1992.