Boo-Yaa T.R.I.B.E. – West Koasta Nostra


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1 Bang On 04:32
Featuring – Mack 10
2 On Me 04:37
Featuring – Kurupt
3 State Of Emergency 05:34
Featuring – Knoc-Turn’al
4 911 04:36
Featuring – B-Real, Eminem
5 Zodiac Kreep 04:39
Featuring – Gail Gotti
6 Heated 05:22
Featuring – Mr. Short Khop
7 Tha Kalling 04:13
Featuring – Murder One
8 N Full Motion 03:32
Featuring – WC
9 Legends (Boo-Yaa T.R.I.B.E.) 03:54
10 Carson City 04:18
Featuring – Fiji
11 Take Yo Fade 04:31
Featuring – Crooked I, Eastwood, Kokane
12 Beautiful Thang 04:45
Featuring – Baby-Down


“West Koasta Nostra” is the sixth studio album by Carson, California-based rap group Boo-Yaa T.R.I.B.E. Released on October 7, 2003, by Sarinjay Entertainment and Oglio Records, the album showcases the group’s distinctive West Coast hip hop sound, featuring a total of 12 tracks and numerous guest appearances.

The album opens with “Bang On,” a hard-hitting track featuring Mack 10, followed by “On Me” with Kurupt, both showcasing the group’s signature style. “State of Emergency,” featuring Knoc-Turn’al, further establishes the group’s presence in the hip hop scene with its captivating beats and powerful lyrics.

“911” is a standout collaboration with B-Real and Eminem, offering a unique blend of styles from some of the industry’s top artists. “Zodiac Kreep” features Gail Gotti, while “Heated” brings in Mr. Short Khop to round out the album’s diverse lineup of collaborators.

“Tha Kalling” introduces Murder One into the mix, followed by “N Full Motion” with WC. “Legends (Boo-Yaa T.R.I.B.E.)” showcases the group’s prowess on their own, while “Carson City” adds a touch of island flavor with the inclusion of Fiji. “Take Yo Fade” features Crooked I, Eastwood, and Kokane, and the album concludes with the smooth track “Beautiful Thang” featuring Baby-Down.

Throughout “West Koasta Nostra,” Boo-Yaa T.R.I.B.E. delivers a versatile collection of songs that showcases their unique blend of West Coast hip hop with Samoan culture, solidifying their status as pioneers in the genre.



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