B-Legit (LIVE)

Brandt Jones , better known by his stage name B-Legit, is an American
rapper from Vallejo, California.

He is a member of The Click, a rap group formed by his cousin E-40. He
was featured on the track "Aint Hard 2 Find" by 2Pac in All Eyez on
Me. He has been on several independent labels such as Sick Wid It
Records, Jive Records, and Koch Records. He has collaborated with
numerous other artists including E-40, Celly Cel, Too Short, Scarface,
Bushwick Bill, Jadakiss, Styles P, Snoop Dogg, C-Murder, Daz
Dillinger, Kurupt, The Federation, Mystikal, UGK, Mack 10, Paul Wall,
Keak Da Sneak, Rick Rock, Young Buck, The Luniz, and the late Mac Dre.

Mac Mall (LIVE)

Mac Mall, is a West Coast rapper who became known in the mid/late
1990s as one of the local artists putting the Bay Area on the hip hop
map. Mac Mall was signed to Young Black Brotha Records. One of Mac
Mall's first singles was a song called "Ghetto Theme", of which had a
music video directed by Tupac Shakur in 1994. He was also longtime
friends with Mac Dre, who was his mentor early on in his career. The
two repaired their friendship a couple of years before Dre's death. He
is also cousins to E-40 and B-Legit.

In 1993, Mac Mall released his debut album Illegal Business? on Young
Black Brotha records. Entirely produced by Khayree Shaheed, the album
featured Ray Luv, Mac Dre and The Mac. Illegal Business? moved over
200,000 units independently, a major feat for an independent artist
and record label. He met Tupac Shakur shortly after the albums
release, who after praising Mac's music offered to direct a video for
the single "Ghetto Theme". In 1995 he contributed a verse to E-40's
"Dusted and Disgusted" and Eightball & MJG's "Friend or Foe". In 1996
he signed a record deal with Relativity Records, which released his
second, and most commercially successful album, Untouchable.

In 1996, he appeared on the Red Hot Organization's compilation CD,
America is Dying Slowly, alongside Biz Markie, Wu-Tang Clan, and Fat
Joe, among many other prominent hip hop artists. The CD, meant to
raise awareness of the AIDS epidemic among African American men, was
heralded as "a masterpiece" by The Source magazine.

In 1999, he started his own Sessed Out label, the first release being
the compilation Mac Mall Presents the Mallennium, followed by his
first solo album on the label and third overall, Illegal Business?
2000 a year later. Though no longer on a major label, he still managed
to achieve success on Illegal Business? 2000, which spawned what is
perhaps his most well known single, "Wide Open". Immaculate followed
in 2001, which would find him once again reuniting with longtime
collaborator Khayree Shaheed. After 2002's Mackin Speaks Louder Than
Words, he took a 4 year hiatus from solo albums, instead focusing on
collaborative efforts with JT the Bigga Figga and Mac Dre. He began
work on an album with Mac Dre, which would be called Da U.S. Open.
Unfortunately, Dre passed before the album was released, and it ended
up being some of Dre's final recordings.

In 2006, Mac Mall returned with his first solo album on Thizz
Entertainment, Thizziana Stoned and the Temple of Shrooms. "Perfect
Poison", a song off of the album, was featured in the video game
Skate. He followed up Thizziana with Mac To The Future in 2009,
becoming his second solo album with Thizz.

In 2011 Mac Mall announced that he will release an album in November
called The Rebellion Against All There Is.

Mind Motion

DJ Mind Motion of the legendary Pirate DJs, formerly at 106.1 KMEL, is now back on-air with Chuy Gomez weekdays on the new Hot 105.7 from 3pm to 7pm has been “Rockin’ The Party” for 20 years strong in the San Francisco Bay Area and beyond.

From his early start breakdancing with the Mind Motion Crew in the early 80s, to movin’ the crowd with his brother DJ EFX, DJ Mind Motion was destined to become a Hip-Hop & DJ pioneer.
Mind Motion has been spinnin' the records for sometime. He picked up his first turntables when he was 13 years old, and soon after started playing house parties, birthdays and weddings. After he mastered that format he moved onto a bigger and broader audience of schools and big hall dances. His first big gig was at a club called the "Nightbreak" in San Francisco. After that, everything fell into place for this talented DJ. His first branded party was called "Mothership
Connection" which gave him the foundation to have a part in creating the world famous "Cream of Beat" Parties. This was the party of all parties. It was mandatory for all artists who came through the Bay Area to attend “Cream of Beat”. Anybody who’s anybody broke ground at the “Creamery”, 2Pac, Redman, Wu-Tang are just some of the alumni.
Mind Motion is part founder and a member of the crew called the "Pirate DJs" and currently is the resident DJ for Chuy Gomez in the Morning on 106.1 KMEL from 5:30am – 10am. In the club world, DJ Mind Motion is NOTORIOUS for his "gifted" ability to get the crowd hyped whether by playing the hottest hits, breaking new music or taking you
back to the old school. DJ Mind Motion has mastered the science of rocking a party, as well as, handling crowd control business on the mic. In 2001 he won the West Coast DJ of the YEAR from RPM Marketing.
Throughout the years (from the early 90s to the present) DJ Mind Motion has always been a key factor in the Bay Area DJ scene. His musical expertise and tireless dedication to the culture has led Mind Motion and the Pirate DJ Crew to be known throughout the world. This includes every conceivable facet of djing you can imagine. You name a
club; He has promoted it. You name a backyard party; He has rocked it. Djing in front of 40,000; He's done it. Plain and simple, Mind Motion can easily claim to be one of the most-respected, hardest-working djs in the business.

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