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The LBC CREW is part of West Coast Hip Hop history. They were the first group to be executive- produced by Snoop Dogg in 1997 for his record label, Doggystyle Records, distributed by Death Row Records. Their hit song “Beware Of My Crew” was on the sound track of the movie, “The Thin Line Between Love and Hate”. The LBC CREW has stayed true to it’s original sound and makes no excuses for it’s background. Their sound and attitude has earned them the respect of fellow Hip Hop artists who know, to represent, you have to keep it real. LBC has weathered the storm and come out the other side still standing, but not without scars and their music reflects that. The group describes their sound as “Grind & Struggle from Long Beach” weighed deep in pain, loss and betrayal. Not cleaned up Hip Hop…..but true Death Row.
“LBC CREW HAVENT YOU HEARD” will feature original versions of such hits as “Blueberries” and “Out The Moon” plus a remix of “Out The Moon” by Daz Dillinger and will feature never been heard tracks.
WIDEawake Entertainment Group Inc./ WIDEawake-Deathrow Entertainment LLC’s release of “LBC CREW HAVEN’T YOU HEARD” is set to hit shelves February 8, 2011.
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