Westside Connection

Westside Connection was an American gangsta rap supergroup formed by Ice Cube, WC and Mack 10. The group's debut album, Bow Down, reached the number 2 position on the Billboard 200 in 1996, going platinum that year.

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Mack 10 Discography - Music Videos
... 1995 "Foe Life" 1995 "On Them Thangs" 1995 "Westside Slaughterhouse" feat ... Ice Cube Mack 1996 ... "Bow Down" with Westside Connection 1996 "Hoo-Bangin'" with Westside Connection 1997 "Backyard Boogie" 1997 "Gangstas Make the World Go Round" with ... Big Pun Fat Joe 1998 "Let It Reign" with Westside Connection 1998 "Money's Just A Touch Away" feat ...
Ice Cube Discography - Music Videos - Featured Music Videos
... Joseph Kahn West Up! WC and the Maad Circle Skinny B 1995 What You Wanna Do? Kausion Westside Slaughterhouse Mack 1996 ... Bow Down Westside Connection Gangsta's Make the ... Connected foe Life Mack 10 Bille Woodruff 2003 Terrorist Threats Westside Connection Gangsta Nation Westside Connection 2004 Real Nigga Roll Call Lil' Jon the ...
Westside Slaughterhouse
... "Westside Slaughterhouse" is a song by Mack 10 featuring Westside Connection members Ice Cube and WC ... This song was the first of many "disses" released by Westside Connection and it was referred towards Chicago-based rapper, Common, after he released his single "I Used to Love H.E.R.", which Westside ...
Common (entertainer) - Music Career - Feud With Westside Connection
... The song "I Used to Love H.E.R." from Resurrection ignited a feud with West Coast rap group Westside Connection ... Westside Connection first responded with the 1995 song "Westside Slaughterhouse," with the lyrics "Used to love H.E.R ... Westside Connection recorded tracks venting their issues with rival East Coast rappers (see East Coast-West Coast hip hop rivalry) ...

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