MTV News reports Westside Connection begin a month long tour April 28th in La Jolla, California, according to a Priority Records spokesperson. The hip-hop trio play four more shows in California before heading to Reno, Nevada, and Medford, Oregon. A spin in the Southwest precedes the tour’s final destination, Las Vegas on May 27th. Check out all the tour dates here.
Baby Ree Entertainment is doing it big. 2003 was yet another good year for the West Coast organization. Baby Ree, owned by Damion “Damizza” Young, is leading the company to be a top contender in the hip-hop world. 2003 saw Baby Ree Entertaiment crank out two hit singles (“What Would You Do?” featuring Damizza, Shade Sheist, Nate Dogg & Mariah Carey and “Light Outs” by the Westside Connection featuring Knoc-turn’al). “Lights Out” got major airplay on mainstream radio with help from Damizza’s production and “What Would You Do?” has been receiving major airplay on the West Coast with Damizza on lead vocals featuring the sultry voices of Nate Dogg and Mariah Carey along with Shade Sheist. The full article at ballerstatus.net has since been removed or relocated.
Westside Connection will be featured on Jimmy Kimmel Live later tonight, and perhaps a separate interview segment with Ice Cube.
Psychopathic Records artist, Esham has been added on the Westside Connection tour for upcoming post Christmas dates. The dates Esham will be performing on will also include members of Bone Thugs-N-Harmony. The full article at ballerstatus.net has since been removed or relocated.
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Mack 10 was on 100.3 Tha Beat today, a Los Angeles radio station, talking with Steve Harvey about the upcoming release. Mack 10 stated, “The fans aren’t really looking for a Mack 10 album, an Ice Cube album or a WC album.” He said, “The fans are waiting for the West Side Connection album, so we have to give it to them.” The album is due out for a October release and will be titled, “Terrorists Threats”.
Launch.com reports Westside Connection partners Ice Cube, WC, and Mack 10 are planning to tape the video for their song ‘The Holiday’, which is the lead single off Ice Cube’s film ‘Friday After Next’, Thursday and Friday (October 3 and 4) in Los Angeles. The ‘Friday After Next’ soundtrack will be released November 19 on Hollywood Records.
WireImage.com has photos of Westside Connection (Ice Cube, Mack 10, and WC) and Butch Cassidy for their ‘Connected 4 Life’ video shoot on Sunday in Culver City. Check out the pictures here.