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So young


Born: August 31. 1963
Real Name: Greg James Broussard
Artist Name: Egyptian Lover

Written by the Egyptian Lover
The Egyptian Lover bringing you that sound that you have enjoyed for over 25 years. Some call it Electro, some call it Hip Hop, some call it Old School, some call it Rap but I call it Dance Music. I make music to make you dance. Starting out as a D.J. in 1978-79 and becoming the main D.J. for Uncle Jamms Army in
 1982, I have been in the music biz all my life. My first time in the studio I recorded the "Breakin' & Entering" soundtrack. A true Electro recording. Getting my style from Kraftwerk and enjoying the 808 drum machine and programming it like a mad man. I love beats and no one was making beats back then. You could only get a (bonus beat) at the end of a 12" single. So I made my own. After that I went into the studio with Uncle Jamm's Army and recorded "Yes, Yes, Yes" with beats that sound like that "Breakin' & Entering" soundtrack and "Dial-a-Freak" one of my all time favorites.

I wrote all the lyrics, it was easy. Because I was making rap tapes for people at my High School (James Monroe in the San Fernando Valley) I was doing pretty good for myself as I was selling many many tapes. I was a local celeberty. I then began writting raps all day everyday, so when I wrote the songs
"Yes, Yes, Yes" and "Dial-a-Freak" I borrowed a few lines from other raps I wrote. It was so much fun in the studio I had to go back and record some more. I booked the time and grabbed my notebook of raps and went in to record my solo project "Beast Beats". My mother and sister read the title of my song and said "You better not make that song, don't play with the devil" So I went to the studio and changed my mind and programmed the beat to "Egypt Egypt" . I did not think this song was going to be a big hit, I just wanted a song to play at the dances I was at to say my name in it ( I was kinda vain).

So I started making the beat for it, Did the music the way I had mixed other music, arranged the song like a mega mix of all the songs I had mixed at the dances and took out my notebook of raps and put together a song. It was all peices that was mixed together. When the song was completed...I took the tape to
KDAY and they loved it. I went back to the studio and recorded "And My Beat Goes Boom", "What is a D.J. if He Can't Scratch?" and "The Ultimate Scratch". I did not know what I was in for. I started doing concerts and having more fun than ever. I have been all over America and all over the World. Thanks to all my fans all over the Globe, I am still doing shows and keeping the party HOT!!! I LOVE MY JOB Thank you!

Egyptian Lover Interview January 2006

Is it right that you started your carrer as a DJ back in the days?
To be exact I started as a dancer back in the days watching the DJ´s doin their shows. They did some mixing and repeat phrases on the wheels. I thought it would be cooler to do the mixing ever bar. So at home I started to recorded short sound phrases stop the deck and record this phrase again. That was the beginning. A club manager heard my stuff and said “Hey man this is cool can you do it live?” I asked “How? Should I bring my tapes?” – “No you must do it on the turntables". I could not imagine how this will work, but I give it a try and the crowd stopped dancing and watched me doing my show. Then they went crazy, cause they never heard and saw anything like this before. I called it “Live Editing”. In this time we had no crossfader, sometimes the mixer had only knobs!”

When did you bought your first music equipment?

Africa Islam told me that in order to make beats you need a 808 drum machine. I had 200 $ and my mum gave me the rest to buy my first 808.

Arabian Prince mentioned in the Red Bull Interview that his 808 is special cause it has a short delay that makes his sound so unique.
Every 808 sounds different but they have to sound precise. So
Arabian maybe have one that I´ve sorted out." -Smile-

What was your part in the "Breakin and Entering" Soundtrack and why is it instrumental?
These are my first songs I did with my 808. I produced it in 1982 and the beats were already finished when the documentary was done. For the "Breakin and Entering" project we went in the Studio and finished it with melodies and scratching from me and Glove. The record is instrumental so  Ice T can rap on it in the "Breakin and Entering" documentary. It was pressed in the minimum possible amount from 25 copys to spin it in the movie.

Can you tell us some bout your early productions on the
Freak Beat Label with Uncle Jamms Army?
Uncle Jamms Army where a lot of up to 50 people & Roger Clayton a.k.a. Mr. Prinze started and managed Uncle Jamm. Clayton was a big fan of Funkadelic, that´s why he named the Crew -Uncle Jamms Army-. I was a one of many DJ´s and Roger organized parties in the LA area. One big party with Uncle Jamm happened in San Francisco with 10 000 people. That was amazing. The name "Freak Beat Records" was inspired from the song Nairobi / Funky Soul Makossa Free Beats Version.

You mentioned a DJ called Bobcat. Do you know the Bobcat Song released on AMP Records?
I remember this very good. I laughed so hard when Bobcat played this song the first time. He said Egypt your records went gold what do you think bout this one. I said my go gold but your´s will reach rust. He sold one record. His mother bought it. -Smile-

What was your part in Dial A Freak?
I  produced the beats and melodies for
Dial A Freak. Then I went on a tour and Roger Clayton (Mr. Prinze) finished the song with vocals and effects. When I came back the song was already a big seller.

How did you became a member of Uncle Jamms Army?
I was one of many DJ´s at the start. As
Roger heard the sound I was spinnin, he had fear the party people leave because Roger could not imagine that anybody will dance on this uptempo beats. So to force me to leave he interrupted my set and advised me to play a real slow record with a load of female singing. “Oh my god this shit song has only a 1 minute part with good beats, what should I do. I took the second copy, pitched both records up to max and looped this terrible wax to death. People did the dance called "The Freak" and went crazy, Roger too. From that night there were no doubts anymore.”

Can you tell us some storys bout the Uncle Jamms Partys back then?
In 1984 as the partys began to went real big we decided to book also Live Acts. So it came the Summer Jam in the Sports arena with Run DMC as opening act. Run DMC liked my sound and said it would be great to work with me on a electronic uptempo song. But their album where already finished at that point and then they went successful with Hip Hop so it never happened. Later Run DMC ask me “Why do you have so much money ?” I said “First I do not have to split my money like you in three parts. When I earn a million bucks it´s all mine.”

Who was the man behind
Computer Power? A lot of people say that it´s only a alias character for Egypt.
Jamie Jupitor (Bo) did most of the production. Then he went to the army and I finished it with effects.
Computer Power was based on a virus that infect the computer and the hustling should reflect the ill computer. To this time this was more science fiction.

Where does the name Jamie Jupitor came from?
Jamie Jupitor is based on my second Name James and Jupiter from the roland machine the O in Jupitor reflects the nickname Bo. There are also five unreleased songs from Jamie Jupitor one of them called "Electric Encounter".

Most of your songs are very uptempo. What´s the reason for this?
Back in the days we have this famous dance called "The Freak". People dancing close to close very sexy. So as faster the beats the more freaky the dance became. And also I do not like to fuck slow, do you?. There is also a cool story I remember: ”One day there was a 1000 $ Dancing Contest which girl can do the freak best. Two nice lady´s ended in a battle. The one show a little part of her titties – All went crazy. The other girl also want to win. Tear apart her pantys and have a little fun with a bottle she grabbed. Guess who wins.”

What was the funniest thing that happened to you back then as a DJ?
One day I was spinning at a party and a local reporter said “Hey man you are better than the Egyptian Lover, what´s your name. I said “My name is DJ Spermcell. “ The next day there was a article bout the party and the topic was “DJ Spermcell better then the Egyptian Lover”. Imagine: I was never in the newspaper before this day. And my friend had to laugh so hard to see my picture with this header.

How long does it take to finish Egypt Egypt?

Egypt Egypt was done in 30 Minutes.

Can you describe your work in the studio?
In the production for "
Alezby Inn" the whole recording team was 1 day away and Egypt was alone in the studio. The team came back to start the work for Side B. Egypt said “Hey I use the time and made a song all alone “Sexy Style” was born. By the way this is one of my favourites.

How did you get new ideas when you stuck in your production?
I play the beats that are already finished and listen to the reflections from the sounds on the wall, two glasses standing together vibrate or a room divider covered with thin canvas that swing with the beat, out of all these things you can hear a melody that I use for my music. Every room has a different sound character. Be quiet and listen even here in the hotel lobby with all the people talking you can hear a melody.

Are there any idols that influced your music?
Definitely Prince. I always like his music and style back in the days. My heavy breathing in my music and the lyrics bout women is based on his music. Also my outfit back then, for example the Sailor Cappy I wear in the "Breakin and Entering" movie were leaned on Prince. Later I had the luck to meet Prince and he told me that he truly likes my music – I was surprised and honored.

Many Artists take new equipment to produce their songs. What you think bout this?
My new album was done with Fruity Loops. It´s easy to use and I finish a beat in 30 seconds. Jamie quoted at this time and said “Come on you need at least 3 Minutes”. Give me a laptop right now and I show you how to make a beat in 30 seconds. But I must admit playin my new productions loud in the clubs I recognize that something is missing. With old analog sounds like
Yes, Yes, Yes you fill the whole room with your music. The digital sound is clear and straight, but an 808 Beat take you in the arms, it is everywhere. The next production should be done with analog instruments again.

What do you think bout Kraftwerk?
I  discovered the Kraftwerk stuff cause they where on the same label as Prince. (Warner Bros). At that time a young girl called Deborah Thomson ask me if I can record her the Computer World album on tape. After I recorded it I gave the album back but hold the tape for my own. Later I married her. By the way I was talking to a studio assistant who was workin for Kraftwerk at Warner Bros. as they did their “Electric Café” Album. It was produced in LA. and he said the telephone sounds & breathing for Telephone Call (1985) where copied from Dial a Freak (1983), which was on heavy rotation at every Radio Station.

Are their any music videos from your songs?
In 1984 MTV asked me to do a Video for
Dial A Freak, they would also pay the production costs. I denied because as a DJ I thought, everybody would record the VHS and nobody buy my records anymore. That´s how I thought those days. But there is a video for Freak-a-holic.

Many of the artists from back in the days like
Ice T or Dre went to make Gangster Rap. You stayed to make Electro. What´s the reason for this?
Little Richard said –Every song you do is like a tattoo on your body- And I don´t want a Hip Hop tatoo.

Do you have children to pass on your knowledge?

I have no own kids. But my stepdaughter is doing some music and I help her with my knowledge. She is already pretty good.

Egyptian Lover Interview 1988 by Lady B

How long have you actually been running your own business?
About five to six years now.

About five to six years. Have you owned your own label all of this time?

Egypt Egypt was your first single and that was released on your own label?
Correct. That label was called, Freak Beat, and I had a partner who I since got rid of and started a label of my own.

So now it’s you and you alone. No shareholders whatsoever?
Except for the albums, which are on
NEW BEAT RECORDS, which is distributed by Priority Records.

Back in the breakdancing days, Egypt Egypt was the only sound we would hear. It was a big smash!! I haven't listened to some of your latest products and that is probably because I’m a female and you are what we call the Hugh Heffner of Rap. You know what I mean? All of your records are about...
About life.

Don't beat around the bush. Your records are about sex. Blatant sex! Why do you?
No. It's not about sex. It's all about being an Egyptian Lover.

Aw come on! An Egyptian Lover?! Just look at these titles, "
GIRLS" , "DOLLAR FREAK" , "BEING LESBIAN" which is about a hotel.
A hotel. That's right, where a girl took me once.

And the B-side of your new single,
"BADDEST BEATS AROUND" it's titled, "FILTHY" Tell me. Are you serious about all of this, or is it a joke?
I have a good mind. If I live it, I write it.

OK, that was cute. Let me ask this. Is this bragging or is it factual. Where you come from ... are you known as a Lover?
Yes. You want some phone numbers to prove it?

No. (HA-HA)
Seriously... I have lots of references.

Yeah, OK. Tell me, is there any particular reason why you chose to come this route? Is it because you thought the records would sell?
No. It's because I wanted a

Because you wanted a
Benz. That's honest.
It's a job. It's also fun. I like this kind of work and like to see other people doing it as well. That is why I started a label and have guys like
Rodney O making records.

I understand what you are doing as far as spreading the label and making the lives of your artists richer, however, I want to talk about you. I really want to understand where you are coming from. Dou you have any conscience about the 13 or 14 year old "little girls" that will listen to this stuff?
Well, if they don't know what is going on when they are 13 or 14, then they still won't know when they hear my record.

That’s your basic feeling huh? When I talk to you, I have to compare you to someone, the closest I come to is, TWO LIVE CREW.
No! They are nasty! I don't use profanity!

You don't use profanity?

OK, but you still speak about the same things.

You consider yourself speaking about life? Is this life real to you?
Exactly! - It's real to everybody who "does it?"

Ah! Musical Seduction?

You feel if people live it then they’ll buy it.

You have a point. There is truth in what you say. Tell me... do you ever plan on gearing toward a different style or will you always be, EGYPTIAN LOVER?
If I change my name, then I will change my style of music. But as long as my name is EGYPTIAN LOVER, my music shall remain the same.

Soooo... this sex thing. What are you trying to say? Pro-sex... Down with sex... Anti-sex... What??
I'm saying, "MORE SEX!" Always more sex!

Safe sex?

Well at least you are on that tip. Do any of your records mention the precautions or safety factors, after all this time?

This is your third LP. Do you think the West Coast sound differs from the East?
When I started making records, there were no West Coast rappers, so to me, there is no West Coast sound. As far as fast up-tempo stuff ... It's an EGYPTIAN LOVER SOUND. So the West Coast rapper that does a fast up-tempo ... got it from me.

I'm backing up on that because you were the first person I heard out of L.A. with that beat. So, it's not a West Coast sound... it's an Egyptian Lover sound. That may very well be true. Hmmmmm.
That's right! That's true! Now
Rodney O's stuff is not like my stuff. But if you want to classify it as the West Coast sound, be my guest. But the Rodney stuff is not the West Coast sound, it's the Rodney O sound ... it's the Egyptian Lover sound ... or it's the Unknown sound.

Whatever... that's why you drive a Caddy and 3 Benz’s?
Rodney drives the Cadillac. I drive 3 Benz's.

Are you pulling my leg and are you clocking that many dollars?
I'm not putting your leg. Dollars? No comment. The IRS.

I know what I wanted to ask you. The gang warfare in L.A. Does it hinder your career or affect your business at all?
Well, the gang warfare doesn't affect me but the crime does. Drug dealers sell drugs, buy cars with big speakers, and then buy my records.

So everybody in L.A. with some money is buying your product. I guess in that way you are not affected.
Not at all. And as far as gangs go, there are gangs everywhere. They may not be as popular as L.A. gangs, but there are still gangs everywhere.

So you do admit that the L.A gangs are a bit more outlandish than the rest of the countries?
Yes. They have money. They go where they want to go. If you mess with them... they will come and get you... no matter where you are.

For a young man growing up in L.A.  is it at all possible to stay out and away from the gangs?
Yes. You have a choice. No one is going to force you to be in a gang. Most people join for protection or to make money.

So you got into the record business to avoid that and to make money and talk about sex.
I don't talk about it. I share my experiences.

You write all of your lyrics by the way?

All from experience?

Straight from the heart huh?
Not the heart ... a little bit lower.

I don't know what to say. I asked you to be candid, not to hold back. You are definitely not a modest kind of guy. You're no phoney either. I thought it all to be a gimmick to sell records... but you are what you say you are! Do you think you will ever change?
I'll always be me. The only changing I will do is change with the times. I'm in tune with myself!

That’s important!
So, if they like what I release and things don't change much... when I'm fifty years old, I'll put out "dirty old man" raps. If they like it... they'll buy it!

You like the recording business that much huh?
Yes! I love it! As long as I can get a couple of
Benz's per year!

Your current single,
"BADDEST BEAT AROUND" what is that about?
It's about me being a DJ.

Oh? You're a DJ?
The baddest ~&*( ) in the world in my own time!!!

Oh really?
That's right! JAM MASTER J, RUN DMC, they used to come see us.

I never knew that! What made you get into the MC aspect?
I wanted to make a record and play in it. So I did. That record was
Egypt Egypt . It became a hit, and so I stopped doing dances and began making records.

Wow! I'm really impressed now. I suppose you’re just a one-man show.
If you say so, I guess so.

Well, Egyptian Lover it has been a pleasure talking to you. A little exhausting but I'm going to see what song I can play off this album, without losing my license or my job that is.
None of my songs have bad lyrics.

Well, it's not always the lyrics. I had to force my station on KOOL MOE DEES "GO SEE THE DOCTOR" as well as "JIMMY" by KRS 1... so I'm going to give your LP an intense listening, because I really like you as a person! Like I said, I love real people and you are definitely no phoney, so I give you that much respect.

On that note I'm going to end this session. It was a pleasure talking with you. I wish you much success and I hope you get more
Benz's next year!!!
I sure hope so!

Radio Crew feat. Ice T, The Glove, Egyptian Lover, Super AJ
Breaking and Entering
 Uncle Jamms Army
 Freak Beat
UJA 1001
Egyptian Lover
Egypt, Egypt
Egyptian Empire
DMSR 00661
 Egyptian Lover
 Egypt, Egypt
 Freak Beat
DMSR 00661
 Egyptian Lover
 Computer Love
 Freak Beat
DMSR 00662
Bobby Jimmy and the Critters
We like ugly Women
RP 10001
Egyptian Lover
Egypt, Egypt
Egyptian Empire
DMSR 00661
Egyptian Lover
On the Nile Album
Egyptian Empire
DMSR 00663
Egyptian Lover
Egyptian Empire
DMSR 00664
Egyptian Lover
Dubb Girls
Egyptian Empire
DMSR 00665
Jamie Jupitor
Computer Power
Egyptian Empire
DMSR 00666
Egyptian Lover
Egyptian Empire
DMSR 00667
Critters with Bobby Jimmy
The Check is in the Mail
Rodney O
These are my beats
Egyptian Empire
DMSR 00668
Egyptian Lover
You´re so fine
Egyptian Empire
DMSR 00669
Egyptian Lover
The Lover
Egyptian Empire
DMSR 00771
Rodney O
Everlasting Bass
Egyptian Empire
DMSR 00772
Egyptian Lover
One Track Mind Album
Egyptian Empire
DMSR 00773
Sir Muzic & the Dance Attraction
Pump it / The Style
Egyptian Lover
Egyptian Empire
DMSR 00774
Egyptian Lover
Alezby Inn
Egyptian Empire
DMSR 00775
Rodney O and Joe Cooley
DJ´s and Mc´s
Egyptian Empire
DMSR 00776
Rodney O and Joe Cooley
Me and Joe Album
Egyptian Empire
DMSR 00777
Lover II
Egyptian Empire
DMSR 00778
Rodney O and Joe Cooley
Cooley High
Egyptian Empire
DMSR 00779
His Majesti
Armed and Dangerous
Egyptian Empire
DMSR 00881
Egyptian Lover
Filthy Album
SL 9723
Rodney O and Joe Cooley
This is for the Homies
Egyptian Empire
DMSR 00882
Egyptian Lover
Greatest Hits Album
Egyptian Empire
DMSR 00883
Rodney O and Joe Cooley
Give me the Mic
Egyptian Empire
DMSR 00885
Get Large Posse
Large is how we´re livin
Egyptian Empire
DMSR 00886
Egyptian Lover
Get into it
Egyptian Empire
DMSR 00887


Gotta get that Girl

Egyptian Empire

DMSR 00888
2:O´Clock Album
Egyptian Empire
DMSR 00889
Egyptian Lover
Let´s get it on
Egyptian Empire
DMSR 00991
Egyptian Lover
Get into it Album
Egyptian Empire
DMSR 00993
Egyptian Lover
Egyptian Empire
DMSR 1003
Egyptian Lover
Egypt Rave 93
Egyptian Empire
DMSR 1101
Egyptian Lover
Bounce that Bootie
Egyptian Empire
DMSR 00331
Egyptian Lover
Back from the Tomb Album
Egyptian Empire
DMSR 00333
Egyptian Lover
Egyptian Empire
DMSR 2221
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Platinum Pyramids Album
Egyptian Empire
DMSR 00223
From the Breakin and Entering Dokumentary produced in 1983. Egyptian Lover and Chris "the Glove" Taylor on the turntables. Ice T and Henry G rappin in the Radio. Very early piece of West Coast History.
Part 3: The Pilot (1984) was one of those short made-for-t.v. movies that used to come on the idiot box during the afternoons. Kind of like an A.B.C. After School Special but with a smaller budget. I saw this one on Select T.V. This short is about a bunch of break-dancers. Kelly Jo Minter makes her debut as a teenage girl who wants to become one of the guys. But she never gets a chance because she's a GIRL! Determined to prove everyone wrong, she re-invents herself as a mysterious break-dancer known as "The Pilot". Under this guise she busts moves and leaves the competition in the dust. The soundtrack was done by Egyptian Lover, who showed his talent on the 808 for this classic movie.
Egyptian Lover Video Freak-a-holic from 1986. This is the first Egyptian Lover video. MTV planned a video for Dial-a-Freak but Egypt denied it.
Keep it hot. Egyptian Lover newest creation from 2006.
Interview with the King of the Beats Egyptian Lover for Scratchleague TV 2006. Egypt speaks bout the beginning of West Coast Rap and his part in the game. The funny thing is that the moderator thought he is a house musician.

Da myspace Statement

A Huge 808 with extra microchips and tiny computer sounds that talk to each other with a touch of sexy vocals and vocoder to make you dance and party like never before. Lot's of windy, spooky, dark, pretty, west coast style keyboards. Big Breakdowns and studio (Tape style) edits. Oh and lots and lots of breathing, got to keep it hot and sexy. Panting, moaning, growling and whispering. A lot of clicks and triggers to add to that robotic background. Bass, Snare, Clap, Hi Hats, Cow Bells, Rim Shots, Toms, special effects and a secret touch on the 808 and you got it. All this to say... It sounds like me "The Egyptian Lover" and that is on the real. Enjoy all my music and future music to come. As well as stuff I produce like Jamie Jupiter and Uncle Jam's Army. I am also gettin ready to put out a lot of new groups and some old school favorites as well...I will also be doing some work on Arabian Prince new album. I am also doing some secret work with some huge stars from the past and a few more I can not say too much about.........but he lives in Miami. Shhhhhhhhhhh :) 2007 is the year for me to show the world what real Old School / Electro is all about.

Thanks for checking out "my space" now order my new album "Platinum Pyramids" and also get one for your friends at Thank you for your support all these years. Order now! There are so many new jams on this album. Future Classics. Take it from me I am a D.J. and I know music. You will love this new Album. Thank You and DANCE! Check out my new video "Keep it Hot" and also see me and Jamie Jupiter get down all over the planet. There is so much more to come from Egyptian Empire Records and The Egyptian Lover in the near future. Tell a friend...I'M BACK! The Old School Egyptian Lover that you once knew and loved is back doing those big beat old school jams you grew up on and / or hearing for the first time. Up tempo 808 Drum machine programs and a classic chant rap to match. Just like I did back in 1983. It's really amazing to me that the radio stations are still playing "Egypt Egypt" and some of the older D.J.'s playing a lot of my older recordings like "Girls", "You're so Fine", "The Lover", "Sexy Style" and so many more. I want to thank everyone for all the wonderful coments and LOVE.

It's a treat to see and read your messages everyday. I try to get back to everyone and have been doing a good job doing it. But as I get more and more messages it's harder and harder. But I still thank you for all your kind words. You (My Friends) are so special to me and I want to thank you for all the great years and future years to come. To all my new Electro fans who just now heard of me, Thanks for giving that Old school (True School) a listen and playing my new as well as old stuff in your sets. To all my Old Fans thanks BIG TIME for all your support over the years. You and you alone have put me on top of my game and are still playing my records like they are brand new. Thanks! I LOVE YOU!!! D.J.'s all over the world who have an Egyptian Lover record in there crates... You have helped me stay in the clubs and in the party peoples ears. Now with my new album out you can mix the new with the old and come up with a lot of new sounds. try blending in "keep it Hot" with Cybotrons "Clear" right on the breakdown in the middle of the song. Great mix! You can also mix "Soiree at the Shindig" in on the breakdown of "Egypt Egypt" and "Dance Floor" can be mixed in with "Girls" Now go and have a great Party with some new Egyptian Lover mixes. POWER TO THE D.J.'s. For the D.J.'s run the world and the sound that people will be listening to for years and years to come.

Some D.J.'s get a chance to become producers and some even recording artest. I have been one of those D.J.'s who did it all baby just like that. My time and traveling the world mixing for everyone who never knew I was a D.J. and finding out how good a D.J. I am is really cool to see them go wild. When I mix "Planet Rock" backwards they all go bizerk. I love making the Party People dance. This is why I have been making records for so long. My album Platinum Pyramids is a real Electro Old School album that will go down in history with all the rest of my albums. The next album will be out at the end of 2007 and just as Hot! "Keep it Hot" 12" single will be out soon. I'm thinking February/March. It has some good stuff on it as well. I'm sure California, Portland, New York, Chicago, Detroit, Mexico, The U.K. Down South, All of Europe, Japan, Miami and the rest of the world will Love my new jams. It's 4 U. As some of the Old School people know I have been in the biz a very long time and get no credit from the mainstream media.

Just think if never put the West Coast on the map, Where would you be now? What songs would have never came out? What would people in the rap game use in their records besides my breathing? Who would have made the first Bass record? What would the record industry look like today? Maybe they should give credit where credit is due. All these artest and producers stealing my style like Black eyed peas and not giving the credit to me is a crime in the biz. Show some respect and tell it like it is. I started the West Coast Rap and Electro Funk style. Reporters...Report! The Egyptian Lover