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Stylie Ray Presents Dreamz, Promisez & Wishez

by Stylie Ray

This cd contains survival, struggles, & God's mercy. From L.A. 2 Da Bay, Wesskoast underground at it's finest. Featuring Focus(Aftermath), Goldie Loc (tha eastsidaz), Spice 1, Po Azz Niggaz, san quinn, P.S.D., T-Nutty & more:::
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap: West Coast Rap
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1. It's so fukked up f PO AZZ NIGGAZ PO AZZ NIGGAZ
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3:10 $1.25
2. Will this street life eva change f Soldier Fly Soldier Fly
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4:45 $1.25
3. My Life f Focus(of Aftermath) & Stylie Ray stylie ray & focus
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4:47 $1.25
4. Leo(The Lion King) f The Mayor aka Ike Brown The Mayor aka Ike Brown
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4:25 $1.25
5. I like too get high f Tycoon Muzik Tycoon Muzik
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4:48 $1.25
6. Salty City f Skatta(Lebo) & Goldie Loc( The Eastsidaz) Skatta & Goldie Loc
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2:40 $1.25
7. I dont care f PO AZZ NIGGAZ PO AZZ NIGGAZ
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8. Bitch 2 me f Skatta(Lebo) skatta
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4:18 $1.25
9. Please respect this f Big O(Omar Gooding)& Stylie Ray stylie ray & Big O
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4:30 $1.25
10. Turn down the lights f P.S.D.(Cutthroat Committee)& II Manish II Manish & PSD
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3:50 $1.25
11. Boss Breeze f The Mayor aka Ike Brown, Badd Lucc & Skatta(Lebo) The Mayor aka Ike Brown, Badd Lucc & Skatta
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3:12 $1.25
12. Showbiz f Stylie Ray & B'nezha Stylie Ray & B'nezha
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4:42 $1.25
13. Gangsta Shit f Spice 1, Dime, San Quinn & Dj Assassin Spice 1, Dime, San Quinn & Dj Assassin
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14. The Game f X-ile xyle
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15. Alwayz got r gunz out f Coop & Cutty Coop & Cutty
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16. Play no more f PO AZZ NIGGAZ & The Mayor aka Ike Brown PO AZZ NIGGAZ & The Mayor aka Ike Brown
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4:02 $1.25
17. Under Rated f Dee Wub & Young Meez Dee Wub & Young Meez
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4:14 $1.25
18. Wesskoast Baby f PO AZZ NIGGAZ, Top Dogg & B'nezha PO AZZ NIGGAZ, Top Dogg & B'nezha
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4:43 $1.25
19. Awaken Destiny f T-Nutty & Big Spank T-Nutty & Big Spank
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Born in Gardena, California on February 12,Stylie Ray always had the desire to do something different. Being raised by his single grandmother, Roberta Harris, in Compton, a city where gangs were already a thriving part of the community. Stylie did the best he could to adapt to every situation thrown in his face. A lot of peer pressure, negativity, hanging out with the wrong crowd and so-called friends made him change his views tremendously growing up. After being expelled from various LA Unified schools, fighting with authorities, jailed, and often "being at the wrong place at the wrong time" helped him to see which road he should take in order to fulfill his desires.

Music has always been a desire of his heart. Stylie would listen to tapes, vinyl, 45's and sometimes pretend he was an established artist by lip syncing in the mirror. As his interest in music grew, Stylie always wanted to "do something different" than what other artists were doing. He never wanted to be a follower, instead, he preferred to be a trend setter. Stylie's AKA is Po Azz NIGGA. A phrase first coined by the late 2Pac Shakur, NIGGA, meaning Never Ignorant Getting' Goals Accomplished, Stylie has taken this phrase and created an identity for it, as well as a group that is also in the studio recording. Stylie, AKA Po Azz NIGGA, leads this group of many including Cindo Reel, and other guest performers.

He began performing concerts at various hip-hop events including rap contests, freestyle night at "The Good Life", and Project Blowed. He later performed in a variety of gospel shows with artists such as La Jon Pennix, Freedom for Soul, Soldiers for Christ, Mc Ed, and a host of choirs. He also performed with Reverend Eddie Norwood in the annual Blessfest gospel concert. He continued his music career performing in a variety of clubs including the Shark Club, Glam Slam, and several others in Northern & Southern California, as well as varius clubs throughout the United States.

Stylie Ray has opened up for big name artists such as Biggie Smalls, Mystikal, Mack 10, and Craig Mack. He has also performed with Skee Lo, Superb, I Smooth 7, Vel Baccardi, Tommy T. & Company, Christ Community M.B.C. Mass Choir, R.E.G., Idol Kings, Freedom of Soul, and Omar Gooding.

In 1995 he decided to strike out on his own, and began work on his debut album project. With no budget or backing, Stylie hustled to buy studio time, reels, and hire the singers and musicians to work on the project. Though he struggled through the challenges of being forced to move from the only home he had ever known and a variety of other family troubles, Stylie was determined to "Make it". But his greatest challenge was yet to come.

On October 9, 1996, Roberta Harris was murdered at age 69. Killed in the Compton courthouse parking lot, by her estranged husband after divorce proceedings closed in her favor. Having lost the only mother he had ever known, Stylie's attitude towards his life and his music changed forever.


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