Rally Ral – Something Kind Of Funky

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1 Material Broad 03:13
2 Break ‘Em Down 04:00
Featuring – E-A-Ski
3 Old Days 03:34
4 Something Kind Of Funky 04:16


“Something Kind of Funky” is a 1993 maxi-single by Oakland, California-based rapper Rally Ral. Released exclusively on cassette tape, this project features four tracks showcasing Rally Ral’s unique blend of Gangsta hip-hop and funky beats. The maxi-single was released under No Limit Records and In-A-Minute Records, two labels that helped shape the sound of West Coast hip-hop during the 1990s.

The single kicks off with “Material Broad,” a 3:15 track that highlights Rally Ral’s lyrical prowess and smooth flow. The second track, “Break ‘Em Down,” features fellow rapper and producer EA-SKI and runs for 4:03, providing listeners with a catchy collaboration between the two artists. On the B-side of the cassette, “Old Days” reminisces about the past with a nostalgic 3:34 track, while the title track, “Something Kind of Funky,” closes the project with a 4:20 funky hip-hop tune.

Riley Laws Jr., better known by his stage name Rally Ral, is an Oakland-based Gangsta rapper. He was an early signee to No Limit Records during their Richmond, CA era and later adopted the moniker Ral Blinded Faith. “Something Kind of Funky” stands as a testament to Rally Ral’s talent and versatility, making it an essential addition to the collection of any fan of 90s West Coast hip-hop.

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