Two decades ago, a tight-knit group of Samoan-American brothers put a shotgun to the back of West Coast rap and introduced themselves. Boo-Yaa T.R.I.B.E. had arrived, claiming their territory next to a dense crop of budding superstars including Cypress Hill, Ice T and N.W.A. Like so much powerful music, Boo-Yaa grew out of a potent blend of rich culture and stifling adversity. Having escaped the vicious Los Angeles street-scene they once perpetuated, the T.R.I.B.E. continues to build on an already prolific and multifarious career.
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CHAPTER 65: OpTic FOREVERWe realized that everyone spent their time at camp quarantine differently, but there seemed to be one thing that invaded more homes than the Kool-Aid Man in the summer, and that was gaming. More people spent hours gaming during the pandemic, and...
Chapter 64 TAKES YOU ON A JOURNEY BACK TO '90S CALIFORNIA SKATE! WE SAT DOWN WITH BOO JOHNSON, NICK DIAMOND, CHRIS COLBOURN, CHRISTIAN HOSOI, CHAD MUSKA, STEVIE WILLIAMS, ALPHONZO RAWLS, JUSTIN STRUBING, JERON WILSON, DANNY MINNICK, AND HILLARY SHANKS TO TALK ABOUT THEIR STORY AND...