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Wednesday, July 20, 2011

40 Glocc's "Welcome to California Remix" Features an Impressive Show of Statewide Rap Unity

Posted By on Wed, Jul 20, 2011 at 3:03 PM

Too $hort and 40 Glocc.
  • Too $hort and 40 Glocc.

Not since West Coast All-Stars' 1990 track "We're All in the Same Gang" has California had a song and video professing such interstate unity as the "Welcome to California Remix" from SoCal gangster rapper 40 Glocc -- it features Snoop Dogg, E-40, Too $hort, Xzibit, and Sevin (the last of whom is a Christian-focused rapper from Sacramento).

Glocc has been infamous for beefing with rappers like Game and Lil Wayne. But "Welcome to California Remix" finds him in solidarity with California MCs on the recording and in the video, which features cameos from the likes of Ice Cube, Ice T, the Jacka, and Mistah F.A.B. Shot more than a year ago, there's a dizzying number of quick guest appearances, cleverly paired with the individuals' Twitter handles in case you want to throw some dubs and build up your online Westside army. Watch the video for this epic Golden State posse cut after the jump.

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