Lee Majors – Scraper Muzic


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1 Intro 01:51
2 It’s Major 03:35
Featuring – Side Industry
3 In The Streets 04:39
Featuring – The Jacka
4 Scraper Muzic 03:22
Featuring – Keak Da Sneak
5 Riden Siden 04:47
Featuring – Bart, Husalah
6 Twamp Sack A Twerk 03:55
Featuring – P-Dot, Wick
7 Yahts We Never Mention 04:31
Featuring – Fed-X, Rob Lo
8 Scrape It Out 04:09
Featuring – The Team
9 More Than Just Music 05:10
Featuring – T-Luni, Verstyle
10 Hot Round Here 02:50
11 We Rock 05:00
Featuring – Husalah, Ten Til
12 Built Like That 03:24
Featuring – Rahmean, San Quinn
13 Scrape Thirsty 03:07
14 We Got Everything 03:37
Featuring – Knumskull
15 Game 03:59
Featuring – Side Industry, The Jacka
16 Coke Pitchin’ 04:05
17 Gas, Brake, Dip 04:17
Featuring – Ike Dola, O.A.K.


“Scraper Muzic” marks the debut studio album of Oakland rapper and producer Lee Majors, released on June 21, 2005, by Yield Records and Oakland Ridah Records. With a distinctive blend of gangsta and hyphy styles, this 17-track album showcases Lee Majors’ versatility as an artist and his ability to craft memorable hooks and vivid storytelling.

The album kicks off with an “Intro,” setting the tone for what’s to come. “It’s Major,” featuring Side Industry, highlights Lee Majors’ commanding presence as a rapper, while “In The Streets” enlists The Jacka and Sarah Flossit for an introspective track that delves into the realities of street life.

“Scraper Muzic” features Keak Da Sneak, infusing the hyphy movement’s energy into the album. “Riden Siden” brings together Bart, Husalah, and Lee Majors for a track that showcases their chemistry and camaraderie.

Throughout the album, Lee Majors collaborates with notable artists such as Fed-X, Rob Lo, The Team, T-Luni, Verstyle, Rahmean, San Quinn, and Knumskull. These collaborations add depth and variety to the project, creating a dynamic listening experience.

“Scraper Muzic” is not only a showcase of Lee Majors’ talents as a rapper and producer, but also serves as a snapshot of the Oakland hip-hop scene in the mid-2000s. As the real name of Lee Majors, Ali Pecot, has a strong connection to the Oakland rap community, being the cousin of Dru Down and a member of groups such as Side Industry and The Regime.

With its captivating production, memorable features, and authentic Oakland sound, “Scraper Muzic” stands as a testament to Lee Majors’ talent and dedication to his craft.



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