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Lighter Shade Of Brown

Part of the early-'90s explosion of Latin rap, Lighter Shade of Brown (LSOB) was formed in Riverside, CA, in 1990, when the teenage ODM (One Dope Mexican, born Robert Gutierrez) was introduced to DTTX (Don't Try to Xerox, born Bobby Ramirez). The duo began cutting demos and secured a record deal within the year; they debuted with 1990's Brown and Proud for Quality Records hip-hop subsidiary Pump. Though they didn't break out on the level of Cypress Hill, the group garnered some positive reviews and established themselves as one of the better Latin rap outfits around. The follow-up, Hip Hop Locos, was released in 1992, and helped LSOB land a major-label shot with Mercury, where they contributed to the soundtracks of the Latino-oriented films Mi Vida Loca and I Like It Like That. 1994's full-length Layin' in the Cut proved disappointing, however, and the disillusioned partners took a temporary break from the music business. They returned in 1997 on Oakland's much smaller Thump Records (in partnership with the Greenside label), issuing a self-titled album with guests including Rappin' 4-Tay and Tony! Toni! Toné!'s Dwayne Wiggins. Thump released a greatest-hits collection in 1999, and their fifth album, If You Could See Inside Me, followed, producing a minor hit single in "Sunny Day." In late 1999, Gutierrez became a radio DJ in the Los Angeles area. ~ Steve Huey, Rovi
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orale they should make a new album for oldtimes sake! i miss their stile!
pinkpunky559
<3
Nice
I like this jam is cool. Lynwood A AVE and you know this men


They represented and put us on the map for hip hop shaoooooo!
tbh haha I like there unknown songs more then Sunday afternoon!
Chicano Power
Norcows559 wish they had talent like the southern Chicano rap! The TRUTH! Don't hate��
Scraps
avaladri
They're legends, as latinos we should recognize the OGs
Chicano Rap Classicc
I love their music their music be bumping in my neighborhood
If this was a disappointin g album, then the music today is really shity.
How times have changed where Layin the Cut was disappointin g . They have some great sampling on that album
msasarias
Rollin slow and low
F**k yeah!
This s**t is f**king badass, i don't know how the "laying in the cut" album was a fail, disappointme n t . It is one of my favorite ones, they have such talent and they should return to rap more.
tempszsanche z
I love there song Sunday afternoon
They should make more music like this
I wish i was born during their era!
MY FAVORITE! ((: f**king LOVE them.
These cats put it down for the Chicano`s in the hip hop game it's a shame they stopped rapping.
That's right
This is good music in chuko town puro moon city lokos
Good s**t
OLD SKOOL MUSIC IS ALWAYS DA BEST
Forget that im about to buy thier albums! Thier wroth it shiet Muchh Chicano luv
ol skool kats
The good old days
Their music along with similar artist from the 90's never get old... Always brings me back to a place in my life where everyday was a Sunday afternoon.
Takes me back love it cruising 2this shaoow
It takez me way back ha !
I LOVE THE SONG WHATEVER YOU WANT IT'S THE S**T!
sick with it.......... . . . . . . . . . . . .
sunday afternoon... . . . . . . m y ol skool jam
I think their bad a** rappers wish they could still make albums they are really talented chicanos...
sandra_hdz
I liked their old s**t. They became too mainstream later on. Seems like a lot of Chicano rappers lose their edge once they get some attention.

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