35 Tracks Off "E-40's" Double Album
 “Revenue Retrievin': Night Shift & Day Shift"

"Slow Down" Feat. J. Stalin & Decadez 
"Stay Gone"
"Spooky" Feat. "Bosko" 
 "My Shit Bang" 
"Mr. Flamboyant 2K11" 
"My Money Straight" Ft. "Guce" & "Black C"
"Takin' Em Back" 
"Drugs" Ft. "B-Legit 
"Don't Try This At Home" Ft. Philthy Rich, Stevie Joe 
"Bad Bitch" Ft. "Droop E" 
"43" Ft. B-Legit 
"Rear View Mirror" Ft. "B-Legit" 
"Click About It" 
"Concrete" Ft. "Harm" & "Bosko" "Back & Forth" Ft. Turf Talk, Cousin Fik, Stresmatic
"Graveyard Shift" Ft. Cousin Fik, Choose Up Cheese
"That Candy Paint" Ft. "Bun B" & "Slim Thug"
"My Lil Grimey N*gga"
"I Am Your" Ft. "Droop-E", "Laroo" & "T.H.H."
"Born in the Struggle" Ft. "Dr. Cornel West" &, Mike Marshall
"Lookin' Back" Ft. "Devin the Dude"
"Movin' Organized Business" (M.O.B.)
"Tired of Sellin' Yola"
"F*ck Em"
"Fried" Ft. "Tech N9ne" & "Marty James" 
"Slow it Down" Ft. "J-Stalin" & "Decadez" 
"Tuff Times" Ft. "Bosko" & "Netta B" 
"I Love My Momma"  Ft. "R.O.D." & "Mic Conn" 
"Serious"  Ft. "T-Pain" 
"Lookin' Back" Ft. "Devin the Dude"
"The Streets Don't Love Nobody" 
Ft. "Turf Talk" & "DB The General" 

"E-40" drops 38 brand new slaps, "Revenue Retrievin: Night Shift and Revenue Retrievin’ Day Shift". Both albums feature an all-star cast including Bobby V., J. Valentine, Keak Da Sneak, San Quinn, The Jacka, Droop-E, Ya Boy, Suga Free, Jazze Pha, Too $hort, Gucci Mane, Snoop Dogg and more!

"E-40" has got both "Revenue Retrievin" albums stacked!! Both albums feature an exciting mix of hip-hop heavyweights and Bay Area mainstays including Droop-E, The Jacka, Ya Boy, Keak Da Sneak, San Quinn, Suga Free, Jazze Pha, Too $hort, Gucci Mane, Snoop Dogg and more!! Check out the tracklisting for 
"Revenue Retrievin: Night Shift and Day Shift" below!! 


1. “Over The Stove
2. “Nice Guys”
3. “Can’t Stop The Boss” Ft Too $hort, Snoop Dogg & Jazze Pha
4. “Show Me What U Workin’ Wit’” Ft. Too $hort
5. “How I’m Feeling Right Now
6. “Knock ‘Em Down Music” Ft. Ya Boy, Turf Talk & Cousin Fik
7. “Stilettos & Jeans” Ft. Bobby V
8. “He’s A Gangsta” Ft. The Boy Boy Young Mess, 
The Jacka &
9. “Spend The Night” Ft. Laroo, The DB’z, Droop-e & B-Slimm
10. “Wet” Ft. Ya Boy & Cousin Fik
11.”Trained To Go” Ft. Laroo, The DB’z & Mac Shawn 100
12. “More Bass, More Treble” Ft. Cousin Fik & Turf Talk
13. “Ahhhh Sh*t!”
14. “Turn Up The Music ”
15. “Power Up” Ft. Keak Da Sneak & San Quinn
16. “Prepared”
17. “Attention” Ft. Dru Down, Suga Free & Stompdown
18. “The Server ”
19.” Let Go & Let God” Ft. Lenny Williams

1. “Back In Business”
2. “Whip It Up” Ft. Gucci Mane & YV
3. “B*tch” Ft. Too $hort
4. “Undastandz Me
5. “Duck
6. “I Get Down” Ft. B-Legit
7. “The Art Of Story Tellin’
8. “F*ck You Right” Ft. J. Valentine
9. “This A Boy” Ft. Droop-E
10. “I’ma Teach Ya How To Sell Dope
11. “The Weedman” Ft. Stresmatic
12. “Lightweight Jammin’” Ft. Clyde Carson & Husalah of The Mob
13. “Everyday Is A Weekend” Ft. The Jacka of The Mob Figaz
14. “Got It
15. “Rick Rock Horns” Ft. Marty James of One Block Radius
16. “Dem Boyz
17. “Outta Control” Ft. Dem Hoodstarz & Mistah F.A.B.
18. “All I Need”
19. “Gotta Get Betta” Ft. Mike Marshall & Suga T

E-40 - "Barbarian" 

E-40 - The Streets Don't Love Nobody 
(Feat. Turf Talk, DB The General) 

E-40 - Lookin' Back (Feat. Devin the Dude) 

E-40 - Serious (Feat. T-Pain) 

E-40 - I Love My Momma (Feat. R.O.D., Mic Conn) 

E-40 - Tuff Times (Feat. Bosko, Netta B) 

E-40 - Slow it Down (Feat. J-Stalin, Decadez) 

E-40 ft. Tech N9ne & Marty James - Fried 

E-40 - Tired of Sellin' Yola

E-40 - F*ck Em

E-40 - Hillside

E-40 - Movin' Organized Business (M.O.B.)

E-40 - Lookin' Back (Feat. Devin the Dude)

E-40 - Born in the Struggle 
(Feat. Dr. Cornel West, Mike Marshall)

E-40 - I Am Your (Feat. Droop-E, Laroo, T.H.H.)

E-40 - My Lil Grimey Nigga

E-40 - Graveyard Shift 
(Feat. Cousin Fik, Choose Up Cheese)

E-40 - That Candy Paint (Feat. Bun B, Slim Thug)

E-40 - Back and Forth 
(Feat. Turf Talk, Cousin Fik, Stresmatic)

20 E-40 - Click About It (Feat. Harm, Bosko) 

E-40 - Concrete 

E-40, B-Legit - 43 

E-40, B-Legit - Rear View Mirror 

E-40, Philthy Rich, Stevie Joe - 
Don't Try This At Home 

E 40, Stress, Droop E - Bad Bitch 

E 40 - Takin' Em Back  

E-40 - Punkin' Em Out  

E-40, B-Legit - Drugs  

E-40, Guce, Black C - My Money Straight 

E-40 - Mr. Flamboyant 2K11 

E-40 - Beastin'

E-40 - My Sh*t Bang 

E-40 - Stay Gone

E-40 Feat. Bosko - Spooky 

E-40 Feat. J. Stalin & Decadez - Slow It Down


"Ricky Rude"
"A.D.D" (Video)
"She Wants My D*ck" (Video)
"Bat Cave" Radio Station Freestyle (Video)
"Hey Ricky" (Video) & "The  Burbs" (Video)

Twitter: @RudeRicky
Facebook: RickyRude

"My Boy "OP" (Outta Pocket) told me to check out "RickyRude", and when I first seen em, I got a slight attitude, cuz I was like "OP" knows my get down. But once I got past the "punk rock" exterior and listened to his flow, "RickyRude" go. 
It's the old "Don't Judge A Book by It's Cover". Do to the fact that rap is largely dominated by black males, it's kinda of hard to find someone to compare "RickyRude" to. He's not like "Eminem" or "The Beastie Boys", he's just him. Who and how he is, and that's all kids. I guess maybe it would be how "Travis Barker" would be if he rapped. (lol)
Not to only be limited as a rapper, "Ricky Rude" also sings and began his career on the "Philly" battle scene. After completely destroying his local competition, he was invited to freestyle on "103 The Beat's BatCave" radio. After an hillarious freestyle that left the show's hosts in disbelief, he caught the ear of "Young Money" producer "Andrew Wansel" (Lil Wayne, Nicki Minaj, Sean Kingston), who quickly offered to record "Ricky". The result was the 2009 viral smash "She Wants My D***". After the song debuted on "Ricky's" first street album "Senior Cut Day", it quickly earned him over 600,000 views on MySpace. The buzz led him to shoot the video, which has almost instantly had more than 1 million views on websites from the US to Japan300,000 of those views have been thanks to WorldStarHipHop.com.

The massive viral success has paid off in 2010: "
RickyRude" has a secret catalog of unreleased hits produced by the likes of "Cool & Dre"(The Game, Lil Wayne, Gym Class Heroes, Rick Ross), "J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League" (Jeezy, Rick Ross, Plies), and "1500 Or Nothin" (Jay-Z, Kanye West, Chris Brown, Snoop Dogg, Asher Roth). "Ricky" has toured with "Lupe Fiasco", opened for "Kanye West" and "Common", and performed in cities such as Los Angeles, Chicago, and Philadelphia. Recently, "Barrington Levy" caught "Ricky's" star and cast him in the "No War" music video.

Ricky's" fresh sound, crossover appeal, and viral success has already attracted widespread industry attention resulting in multiple record deal offers. For now, "Ricky's" just taking it all in stride while remaining focused on recording smash hits, touring, merchandising, and building his star.

Whether you call him "
The Next White Hype" or "The Punk Rap Prince", "RickyRude's" astounding success has been achieved without a penny spent on advertising, proving that "Ricky Rude" is authentic and just what the scene needs right now.

"Ricky Rude"
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"Ricky Rude"
 Freestylin on Batcave Radio! 


The "Bay Area" Group
"The Propane Gang
"Kitty Kat" & "Propane Bounce"
Off New Album "In My Zone"

"The Propane Gang", is a "Bay Area" group who started back in 2005, but was known then as the "Town Boyz". Group members "A.O.B.", "Franchi$e", "Nadi-B", & "Aveezy" went from recording in their own personal studios, to working with "Original", who started his own record company, called "Galaxy Productions". 

In 2006 "Original" helped the "Fire-N-Squad" put together a album, that never got released, due to personal reasons,it was always one thing or the other that would hold the group back from dropping a project. But, fortunately in 2007 the "Town Boyz" decided to do a compilation, under "Galaxy Productions", with the help of the "Young Hustlaz", "The Show Stoppas", "Sinatra","Nathan Nice" and "Champ Green".

At the end of 2007 "Town Boyz" decided to take a road trip towards Seattle, to sell their music, which was a successful trip. But, once again, due to group disagreements, the "Town Boyz" broke apart and everyone started to do their own projects, except "A.O.B" & "Aveezy".  The two knew that had something hot in their hands, so they decided to keep making music together, and teamed up with super producer "Nathan Nice". 

"Nathan Nice",  was actually the one who came up with name of the group "Tha Fire-N-Squad". On a new mission with some new conditions, "Fire-N-Squad" set up the block, to burn it down with knocks. "Fire-N-Squad" began to collaborate with the "Bay's" "Beeda Weeda" on a song called "G-Thang", that received a lot of positive feedback, in and out of the hood, which was the start of something good. Together they dropped an album and added "Ray Ruthless" to the group.

Continuing to stand tall and withstanding it all, swag'n through the ups-n-downs, "Aveezy" and "A.O.B" continued to keep the flame lit, with the help of "Nathan Nice" and "Ray Ruthless", got the the "Fire-N-Squad" hot and ready to drop knocks

"Fire-N-Squad" is set to release their trendsetting music that will have the world looking at rap groups differently, by showing what teamwork, talent and persistence can do, in what they do.

"In My Zone" is the soon to be released album, and has features from "Universal Motown's" artist "London", "The Bay's", "Young Gully", "AB" of "Tha Young Hustlaz","Dre" from "3oak" and more! 

"Keep your flame lit, cuz the "Propane Gang", is dropping hits

The Propane Gang feat Londo
"Kitty Kat"

The Propane Gang
"Propane Bounce"