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West Coastline rapper Dubble-OO debuted his clear, nasally design on some collaborations with fellow Californian rappers like Philthy Affluent as well as the Jacka. Dividing his time taken between SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA and Portland, Oregon, Dubble-OO teamed up using the Jacka on 2013’s Futuristic Mob LP, after that joined pushes with Philthy Full for 2014’s MPR (“Cash, Power, Respect”). That same calendar year, Dubble-OO finished documenting a solo work, but his profession was placed on keep when the Jacka was murdered in Oakland, California in Feb 2015. The increased loss of his friend and coach delivered Dubble-OO into a protracted amount of mourning that postponed the discharge of Following Level, which wouldn’t normally be released until 2016. Up coming Level included performances by J. Stalin, Husalah, and Mikey Vegaz on the slickly produced record that also highlighted the memorial ode towards the Jacka (“[MIP] Mob in Tranquility”) as well as the one “Nas No Quickness Limit.”

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