Throwback Jam of the Week: Mac Dre – 2 Hard 4 the Fuckin' Radio

By - Thursday, May 16th, 2013

The music of Mac Dre (RIP) is timeless. He was a pioneer of the hyphy movement, defined by his complete embodiment of the thizz lifestyle and gangster persona. Well after his death in 2004, his music has continued to provoke sideshows, blunt smoke, and ecstasy trips from the bay to the Atlantic. 2 Hard 4 the Fuckin’ Radio was the first track off the Mac Dre’s debut album Young Black Brother, released in 1989 when he was 19. In the song you can hear the youthfulness in Dre’s Voice, as well as early pieces of the bay area sound he would help make famous. While I’ve listened to it hundreds of times, when I hear that cassette deck close and the base drop I still have to throw a T up and start giggin’. For that reason this week’s Throw Back Jam is dedicated to this gem and the great Ronald Dregan. Thizz.

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