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Ghetto Aggression

by Back Yard Pimps

New style, rap infused, funky rock of the future backyard style.
Genre: Rock: Funk Rock
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Album Notes
Combining dedication, hard work & struggles into positive "backyard" vibes is how brothers Hondo and Al keyz from Chino, California describe the sound they created along with the original members of Back Yard Pimps.
After the release of Ghetto Aggression in April 2002 Issac joined the band bringing an impressive resume dating back to 1997 from his days as percussionist and drummer in Still Water Black. Hailing from Corona, Ca his professionalism and hard hitting playing style was a perfect fit for BYP. Ghetto Aggression garnered a nomination and win for 2002 Inland Empire Band of the year for Rock City News Magazine and also received live performance award for the 2002 LA Music Awards.

After parting ways with there Bass Player & Co-MC during 2004, BYP turned to Everett (Bass) & Name-o(Vocals) both hailing from Long Beach, ca. Everett had been good friends with and captain of promotions for BYP, turns out his bass playing style was exactly what BYP needed.
Name-o, recruited from LA Hip-hop group "Elevated" got the call from Everett whom he had played with years ago in a garage band to audition for BYP. Name-o's aggressive style and song writing ability was the final link to the re-emergence of the Back Yard Pimps.

Catchy hard hitting riffs, combining melodic creative singing and rap styles, overlaid with intense keyboard, and a pounding drum beat has become the signature sound of the Back Yard Pimps.
BYP has continued to blaze a path on the LA, IE and now Socal music scene, Headlining shows at the House of Blues "Anaheim" and "Sunset", Hard Rock Café,
And Whisky a Go-go just to name a few. With the release of the new EP "Soiled to Grow" in 2005 and the first full length cd looming for 2006, BYP's energy and diversity displayed thru live shows and song writing ability create the vibe that is well respected from music fans of all genre's.


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The shit.
That CD is the shit.The music is catchy and full of truth.I believe the Backyard Pimps are going places with their band.Ihave heard their CD and heard them live.Their music is Grade A material!

Pimp Pal

This CD has such a great sound! The song are bad ass with so much energy.


My niggaz !!!
I was feelin' down and not so good about myself. Nothin' was going right for me. That's when I picked up my copy of Ghetto Aggression. BYP gave me the strengh I needed to realize that things were not so bad, and that life is worth living.

William Henry

The songs drip with the truth and the reality that is in your face and no holds barred.....Got to say I love it

Jason Wright

Very hot hot hot off the hook !!
I have never heard such feeling I will be at the shows to come these guys are off the hook. The CD leaves me wanting more great quality.