DubCNN & DJ R-Tistic Present "The Timeline" Download & Mixtape Stream

posted Thursday May 02 ,2013 at 02:43PM CDT | 5 comments

DubCNN & DJ R-Tistic Present

500 songs ranging from Captain Rapp to Kendrick Lamar to Snoop Dogg to King T, and some drops from DJ E-Z Dick, and DubCNN and DJ R-Tistic take you time traveling on the West Coast.

Longtime West Coast Hip Hop website DubCNN.com and Los Angeles, California mixmaster DJ R-Tistic have partnered to release a 79 minute mixtape that tells the story of the music both love, I have to honestly say this might be the most comprehensive and well put together history lesson on West Coast Hip-Hop that I have ever heard.

DJ R-Tistic, who tours with BJ The Chicago Kid, compiled a mix 500 songs, all performed by West Coast-based artists. R-Tistic even got drops Ricky Harris a/k/a DJ E-Z Dick, who performed on several notable skits on Snoop Doggy Dogg’s Doggystyle, along with other classic Death Row Records releases.

The mix starts in 1981 with Captain Rapp and ends in 2012 with Kendrick Lamar's latest album, good kid, m.A.A.d. city. Included elements are Electro, G-Funk, Mob Music, Underground, Hyphy, Jerk, Chicano and other styles and genres of music.

Available for download at DubCNN, DJ R-Tistic Presents The Timeline is streamable below:

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  • cccccc9
    www.youtube.com/watch?v=qi-kjvls6uk
  • Javon Black
    Amazing mix. I grew up in L.A. and went to school in the Bay, and had flashbacks every few songs. Even some of the songs I didn't know, I can tell were great.
  • PICO562
    Not enfuff Spice 1 ..... Bottom Line!
  • 67tt67g
    well just got some slice www.youtube.com/watch?v=avas-u4od6w
  • Jon
    This is a brilliant mix. More rappers, as well as people who comment on this site, should respect the history of Hip-Hop.