After breaking bad on three projects in no time, the bi-coastal duo lays out their future plans.
Snoop Dogg. Nate Dogg. Kurupt. Xzibit — and countless others. Who knows where their discographies would be had Fredwreck not been around to lace them with that special G-funk production. Although he likes to stay behind the scenes, he's been visible as of late rather it's deejaying on "Snoop & Martha's Pot Luck Dinner Party" or working on movie soundtracks. Get to know a West Coast rap legend who lets his keys do the talking.
You could say the G-Funk is back but it never really left. Just ask Butch Cassidy, the West Coast hookman-for-hire famous for his collaborations with legends such as Snoop Dogg, Ice Cube, Warren G and his late cousin, Nate Dogg. HipHopDX contributor Chad Kiser caught up with veteran crooner as he preps a new project that he feels will be a game changer.
Read up how the West Coast production staple bounced back from a near-fatal heart attack to reunite with The Good Doctor and how was able to align his Hip Hop sensibilities with the likes of Madonna and the late King of Pop.
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