Rapper DJ Quick performing during West Coast Feast 2 on Wednesday, November 27, 2013. (Rafael Orellana/Living Out Loud LA)
The West Coast, and I’m talking specifically about Los Angeles, has long been credited for producing some of the best rappers ever. But that’s also true for live shows of this genre.
On Wednesday, November 27, LA witnessed such an honorable night with West Coast Feast 2, an event put together by Sean Healy Presents. It featured Bone Thugs-N-Harmony, DJ Quik & Suga Free, and Warren G, and they each conquered the stage during their sets like never before.
Warren G performed both “Regulate” and “This DJ,” and both tracks got the packed venue going. The two popular songs have been monumental in Warren G’s career; they got his career started in the early 1990s and still manage to draw large followings wherever he performs.
To the surprise of some, Bone Thugs-N-Harmony followed, and they entertained from beginning to end. Among the many delights that this Ohio group presented was their cover of Eazy-E’s “Boyz In Da Hood.” But the real treats came when they delivered “1st of tha Month,” “Tha Crossroads,” and “Thuggish Ruggish Bone.”
DJ Quik & Suga Free closed out the show. Their set included “Can U Werk Wit Dat,” “Tonite,” and “Let’s Get Down.” Suga Free also contributed “Why You Bullshittin’?”