MC Eiht keeps the joints rolling from his Which Way Iz West album with the video for “Got That,” which features DJ Premier.
MC Eiht’s Which Way Iz West is a certified banger and the Compton emcee releases the video for the Lady of Rage assisted “Heart Cold.” The “Afro Puffs” emcee hasn’t lost a step as she gets busy alongside MC Eiht with DJ Premier popping up in the video on the wheels of steel.
With less than two weeks to go before MC Eiht drops Which Way Iz West the Cali legend continues to drop heat. “Got That” finds Eiht delivering the bars while Break Sinatra provides the beat and DJ Premier hits you with the ad libs and cuts. Are you ready for the album yet?
After dropping the single, MC Eiht cuts loose the visuals for “Compton Zoo.” Multiple cameos are sprinkled throughout including the one and only DJ Premier.
MC Eiht continues to deliver new music as he prepares to drop Which Way Iz West on June 30th. “California Zoo” finds Eiht lamenting his feelings on the current state of Hip Hop.
After dropping the audio, MC Eiht comes right back with the video for the DJ Premier and WC collaboration “Represent Like This” as it’s all West Coast everything with appearances from the likes of Kurupt and KXNG Crooked.
You’ve been waiting a long time for the MC Eiht album, haven’t you? Well, here’s a taste of what’s to come as Eiht drops “Represent Like This” featuring both DJ Premier and WC with production from Brenk Sinatra. Which Way Iz West drops on June 9th. You ready?
FROM THE FORTHCOMING LP “WHICH WAY IZ WEST”…
COMPTON’S LEGENDARY MC EIHT GOES IN ALONG WITH WEST COAST MC “MayLAy” SPEAKIN’ ABOUT THE STREETS WITH LYRICS THAT REPRESENT THE STRUGGLE…
THIS JOINT WAS ORIGINALLY A FREESTYLE A COUPLE YEARS BACK BUT I LIKED THE LYRICS SO MUCH THAT I CHANGED THE BEAT SO THAT IT SOUNDED LIKE A NEW JOINT FOR THE ALBUM. — DJ PREMIER
The Alchemist provides the backdrop for these two West Coast legends to keep it street over on “Any Means.”
Even though DJ EFN’s Another Time is already out, the remixes keep coming. This one is of the Kam, Blu and MC Eiht collaboration “South-West,” which gets the K-Def treatment.