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The B.U.M.S

Going for a cue from fellow LA alternative-to-gangster rappers the Pharcyde, the duo referred to as Brothas Unda Madness stirred things through to the stagnant West Coast platform within the mid-’90s. With some help from well-known California wake-up display hosts like the Bay Area’s Baka Boyz and L.A.’s Ruler Technology, E-Vocalist and D-Wyze could actually gain a foothold in the Western Coast underground picture. Their first solitary, “Elevation,” lent openly from Teddy Pendergrass’ bedroom anthem, “Close the entranceway,” and paved just how for his or her critically acclaimed debut, Lyfe ‘N’ Tyme, released in-may of 1995. Within the recording, the B.U.M.S exercised an intellectual hoodlum perspective combining street viewpoint with B-boy posturing. The crew’s straight-ahead delivery and multi-syllabic rhymes belied the calm flows of all West Coast performers of the period. Lyfe ‘N’ Tyme also presented the underground strikes “Take a peek Around” and “6 Numbers & Up.” The duo also caused Oakland’s Saafir within the slamming B-side cut “Rainfall.”

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