Eastwood ft. The Game & Jay Rock - West Really

Posted 9 years ago
Tags: Eastwood
Featuring:
Producer:
Meech Wells & Squirm
Album:
Making History

Hailing from Inglewood is Southern California’s newest talent, Eastwood.  The inactive Blood was previously signed to Black Wall Street Records before going independent, but now looks to bring back the West Coast with his debut single, West Really, from his upcoming album, Making History.  Although this is typical West Coast rap, gang loyalty and banging galore, it is rather distinguished with top-notch production from Meech Wells & Squirm, as well as verses from East’s fellow SoCal Bloods, Compton’s The Game and Watts’ Jay Rock.  This single will most likely not put him among the West Coast’s elite, but the real question remains, will it help bring the West Coast back as hip hop’s premier region?

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