You already know what it is when it’s League of Extraordinary G’z affiliated. Domincan Jay has been killing it lately, and this go round he brings in S.Dot for the verbal assist, Eric Dingus for the track and Chino Chase for the visuals. Trill Shit is good old fashion street talk from the blocks and back alleys. Raw rap is where it’s at, and these cats definitely know where it’s at.
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Tagged chief, chino chase, dominican jay, eric dingus, league of extraordinary g'z, s. dot, the doomsday device, trill shit
Some good old fashioned raw rap straight from LoEG’z member Domincan Jay. Tons of dope production, solid guest bars, and truth coming straight the man of the hour on his debut album Reality Rap. Definitely worth your time and support.
Posted in General Information, ShuffleCast, Spotlight, The Good, The Bad, The Ugly, Underground Me Now
Tagged chief, domincan jay, league of extraordinary g'z, loegz, reality rap, the doomsday device
It’s a tough climb when you’re trying to escape the belly of the beast. Domincan Jay, along with League of Extraordinary G’z brethren $ Dot and Reggie Colby tell you all about it in the new video for Under The Jail. It’s a tale as old as time itself, but with new faces partaking daily. Do what you can to get by, and pray that you don’t get taken under.
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Tagged $ dot, chief, dominican jay, league of extraordinary g'z, loegz, reggie colby, the doomsday device, under the jail
Yesterday marked the celebration of a life that touched many in the Austin area… a life that unfortunately is gone much too soon. Esbe da 6th Street Bully of the League of Extraordinary Gz may be gone, but his memory remains stronger than ever. In honor of a standout on the Austin scene, and to all that could have been, here is a tribute from his crew/family…
An account to collect donations has been created, and all donations will be shared with his children that he left behind. If you would like to contribute please visit : www.octavisberrydonations.com.
More than likely, if you’ve been to an Austin area hip-hop show in the past 5-8 years, you’ve seen the artwork or been in the presence of the incomparable Marc Mofoz. Mofoz probably has his finger on the local pulse more so than any other artist in the central Texas area. While surfing Facebook, I found a pair of video recommendations from Mofoz that are worth sharing with all of you… enjoy these videos from The League of Extraordinary G’z (RIP Esbe the 6th St. Bully) and Phranchyze 1.
Think global, support local!