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Funkdoobiest

Protégés of Cypress Hill superproducer DJ Muggs, Funkdoobiest -- as their name made clear -- specialized in a stoner-friendly brand of Latin hip-hop that often recalled their mentors. The group was formed in Los Angeles in 1992 by Puerto Rican MC Son Doobie (born Jason Vasquez), Sioux MC Tomahawk Funk (born Tyrone Pachenco), and DJ Ralph M. (born Ralph Medrano, who'd previously worked with Kid Frost). The trio became part of the Soul Assassins crew, along with Cypress Hill and House of Pain, and landed a deal with Epic in 1993. DJ Muggs produced their debut album, Which Doobie U B?, which appeared later that year and went gold on the strength of singles like "Bow Wow Wow," "The Funkiest," and "Freak Mode." Now established as cult favorites, Funkdoobiest returned in 1995 with Brothas Doobie, which was somewhat less successful but did produce a couple more underground hits in "Rock On" and "Dedicated." Following Brothas Doobie, Tomahawk Funk left the group to raise his family. Funkdoobiest reconvened as a duo, switched to RCA subsidiary Buzz Tone, and recorded their third album, 1998's The Troubleshooters, without Muggs behind the boards. Their newly revised sound incorporated soul and stronger Latin influences, and resulted in the underground hit "Papi Chulo." By 2002, Son Doobie was reportedly working on a solo album. ~ Steve Huey
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Track List: Brothas Doobie

1. This Is It

2. Rock On

3. What The Deal

4. Lost In Thought

5. Dedicated

6. Ka Sera Sera

7. P**sy Ain't S**t

8. XXX Funk

9. It Ain't Going Down

10. You're Dummin'

11. Tomahawk Bang

12. Superhoes

13. Who Ra Ra

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Track List: Which Doobie U B ?

1. The Funkiest

2. Bow Wow Wow

3. Freak Mode

4. I'm Shittin' On 'em

5. Who's The Doobiest

6. Doobie To The Head

7. Where's It At

8. Wopbabalubop

9. The Porno King

10. 'uh C'mon Yeah!

11. Here I Am

12. Funk's On Me

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The bums in the slums feelin dumb walk humble
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Much Love for Puerto Rico
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The funkiest. The funkiest. The funkiest.
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Mr. Doobie is here!!!
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Dope Latin hip hop
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MAD LOVE FOR FUNKDOOBIEST . . . . . . L . A . . . . (213).....SS . . . S I C K SIDE FAMILIA..... .
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One of my faves. Nyc area here
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@jaxin_az chill dude
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jaxin1572
learn to spell dumb a** wasn't not was it.lol
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If it was it for Cypress Hill Funkdoobiest would not be here
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Nice track gotta check u out!!
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Funkdoobiest an ill underrated crew, s**t Rock On Funksters!!
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Which doobie u be?
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Oh ya, if your In touch with earth, sky, life. Rock On. Love us. Peace
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Yo this sounds like early Kendrick Lamar
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ROCK ON......
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veronicawarr e n 2 0
pass the doobie...... . . . . . . . l o l
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Good times back in the day ! Real hip-hop !!!
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Here i am stepping up watch yo back cuz I'm on da attack!!!!!! ! Son doobie one luv!!!!!!
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Son doobie wit the crazy delivery
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I rememeber seeing FUNDOOBIEST and the Cypress Hill and Deleinquet Habits and Psycho Realm always together at 'HOUSE OF BLUES' Hollywood!!! ! !
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they should have a show in cali cypress hill & funkdoobiest
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They rocked it in Flint. What!
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Can't sleep on dis shii. One of maybe 10 to 15 good west coast groups, the rest is all s**t.
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its the buck wild cRAZY ill puerta rican porn kingfrom god knows were.sondoob i e ' s the s**t this head could f**kin rhyme and dj muggs is the s**t!
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hell yea!! LA LOVE!
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paulmuro
Saw them open for Cypress Hill and House of Pain in Boulder Colorado '93. One of the best shows eva.
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I also saw them in frisco in the early 90s. Great group...one of my favs of all time
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Would love to hear these cats record more music.
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saw them live with cypress hill 1993 civic center san fran killafornia
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good groupe
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obne of my fav west coast groups met em on south street in philly in like 95 thorough peoples
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deternalpoet
Brings me back - that Native American warrior vibe that Tomahawk Funk came with has a unique place in the history of hip-hop.
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Makes me miss WJPC, 950 AM Chicago, 1992-3. Loved that station and it's DJs. Made the summers fun! Goodbye Veronica, where ever you are.
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this is real Hip Hop not thi snew crap now a days
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i remeber when i use to listen to them on the strech armstrong and bobbito show in the early 90's.
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fooly_me_coo l y
sounds like cypress hill. Too much like them, actually.
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Fear is surrounded ,The molar gets pounded
I doubt if these celts know I'm out with the ounces.
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This song is great...luvi n this...
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prole1917
I've been addicted to this album since it came out. Brothas Doobie is probably one of the most underrated classics of this era. Although, it came out over 12 years ago, it doesn't get old. SonDoobie is a lyrical GOD. FunkDoobiest was/is ill!
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laurad3378
i love these guys, but this song is sooo heavily cypress hill influenced it's almost a rip off
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eggcream
one of the best smooth beats
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s**ts dope
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FUNKDOOBIEST GOT THE 31 FLAVAS.
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nothing but cool vibes to chill to! Very smooth artists.

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