E-A-Ski – Blast If I Have To


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1 Blast If I Have To (Street) 04:50
2 Blast If I Have To (Radio) 04:02
3 The Interview 00:38
4 When The Smoke Clears 04:01
5 West Coast Rebuttal 01:24
6 O. P. D. 00:23
7 Same Ole Nigga 05:27


Blast If I Have To is a 1995 EP release by Oakland rapper E-A-Ski. This classic West Coast hip-hop project was released by Priority Records and showcased E-A-Ski’s unique style, mixing gangsta rap with the G-Funk sound that dominated the era. The EP features seven tracks, including the title track “Blast If I Have To,” which also appeared on the “Friday” movie soundtrack. Other standout tracks include “When The Smoke Clears” and “Same Ole Nigga.”

E-A-Ski, born Shon Adams, is a multi-talented rapper and producer who gained fame in the early 1990s working with Master P’s No Limit Records. Throughout his career, E-A-Ski has released several projects, showcasing his skills as both a rapper and producer, working with various artists such as Spice 1, Kam, Luniz, Ice-T, and Master P. Blast If I Have To is a testament to E-A-Ski’s talent and is a must-listen for any fan of West Coast hip-hop.

Credits for this release include design by Manuel J. Donayre, engineering by CMT, E-A-Ski, and Tom Luekens, mastering by Brian “Big Bass” Gardner, photography by Victor Hall, and production and mixing by CMT and E-A-Ski. The EP is dedicated in memory of E-A-Ski’s cousin Shirelle Ashford and rapper Eric “Eazy-E” Wright for their contributions to the rap game.



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