Ice Cube ft. The Game & WC - Get Used To It

Posted 8 years ago
Tags: Ice Cube , Club
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Producer:
Embeatz
Album:
Raw Footage

In the late ‘90s/early ‘00s, three of the West Coast’s premiere rappers (Ice Cube, WC, and Mack-10) teamed up as the Westside Connection to release the albums Bow Down and Terrorist Threats.  In 2005, Mack-10 left the group,  but recently The Game has been reported to be the new member.  Whether these reports are true or not, Cube has brought over Dub-C and Game for the newest release from his upcoming album Raw Footage, ready to show his audience that they’re back in full force…so Get Used To It.  While the production might sound more Dirty South than West Coast, all three members’ voices maintain their local appeal and go perfectly in sync with each other to whet fans’ appetites for future collaborations.  For now, they can look forward to the release of Raw Footage on August 19, and L.A.X. the following week (Aug 26).

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