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The Netwerq Administrator

by Netwerq

The best that ever did it. The best that ever will. Listen and take heed to the game-spittin' being exhibited. Are you Ready? Are You Ready For The Next Level? We'll see. Get a dosage of the explosive and I guarantee you'll be back for more.
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap: West Coast Rap
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1. Intro To Destruction
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2. Bring It2Ya
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3. Daddy Warbucked
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4. I Really Like You (revisited)
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5. Hoods Jus A Memory
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6. Party Line (interlude)
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7. Gangsta4Sho'
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8. Can't Fu?? Wit This
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9. Bounce
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10. Truth
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11. SCREAM
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12. Sonny Mack (interlude)
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13. Take'em Off
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14. Can I Hit That?
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15. Exit Activity
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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The rap administrator, Netwerq, is the kind of M.C. who communicates an heir of microphone supremacy that is felt throughout the hip-hop nation. At twenty-five years of age, Netwerq o.k.a. The Profound One, meaning deep and intellectual, rips competition to shreds with his gutsy flow. His first independent release Profoundly Speaking was dark and muddy as a Mississippi back road with refreshing lyrical skill. Fourteen tracks, mostly self-produced, set the foundation and gave birth to his production company Funeral Muzik. F.M. promises to set trends and change the game with their unique West Coast hip-hop sound. Netwerqs love for old school hip-hop and desire to learn and constantly try new things is what sets this rising star apart from the rest. As stated on his current album My father was a pistol Im a son of a gun, this young gun is loaded, cocked and ready to be released into inevitable hip-hop stardom with the Kobe Bryants and LeBron James's of the rap game. Netwerqs hot street buzz prompted him to sign with indy label DreamWorks in 2002 but the relationship was short-lived due to creative differences. For awhile, it seemed as if the future superstar had lost his desire to take full potential of his gift of wordplay because of personal issues that were going on in his life at the time but to no avail, largely due to several encounters with the likes of Snoop Dogg, Master P and Jay Z who encouraged the young phenom to not give up and return to the rap scene. Now with a new album under his belt and a resurrected hunger on his side, Netwerq is once again anxious to take his place aside the elites in the industry. In the 90s, Netwerq was well known in the Los Angeles underground hip-hop circle and ran with a local crew by the name of 2000 Crowz. Simply put, the 2 in 2,000 stood for man and woman and the triple cipha represents physical, mental and spiritual. Crowz is believed to be Gods bird carrying lost souls to heaven, amid the name 2000 Crowz. In addition, he just finished one album with one of his Funeral Muzik affiliates and lifetime friends The 6 Figure Money Gang. Often teeter-tottering between his love for hip-hop and the gangsterisms of growing up in L.A., Netwerq or The Profound One has ingeniously found a way to intermingle the two and still keep it true to self in the process. In 2004, Netwerq was featured on numerous songs from his Six Figure group members solo album, Gangland. They launched a summer tour and did a number of shows all around the Los Angeles area as well as California, Kansas, Missouri, and Wisconsin. Hes currently working on a new untitled DVD. In 2003, Profounds underground release of Profology 101:Class Iz N Seshon featured hot producers such as the Co-Stars, Rick Rude and a host of other hungry up and comers. Some of which have moved on to produce tracks on Destiny Childs new album, Lil Psycho of West Coast Mafia and Rick Rude just recently signed with Rodney Jerkins production team. This is the potential and caliber of the F.M. (Funeral Muzik) clique. The inspiration and stick-to-it-iveness was constantly being instilled and reinforced in this masterful M.C. by his cousin who won 2 super bowls with the Redskins in the eighties. In 2005, Netwerq released the 6 Figure group album, "Dead Presidents". This year is the year of The Netwerq as evidenced by the current album Its the NETWERQ/CAN YOU HEAR ME NOW. Also "Netwerq" has been photo-doubling and standing in for Ice Cube&Mekhi Phifer on films such as "Are We There Yet", "Triple X - 2", "This Christmas" and "Janky Promoters" just to name a few. Just like a ROCKET GETTING READY TO TAKE FLIGHT FASTEN YOUR SEAT BELTS, grab your drink and get ready for lift off!!!


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Funeral Muzik

"NetWerQ" on Lincoln Heights
"NetWerQ" will be on Lincoln Heights playing the role of 1 of The Shy Boy Gangstaz. Keep watching for the guest appearance by the West Coast M.C.!!!

Kamikazie

Daaaaaamn!
I seen you perform in Arizona w/Too Short,Snoop and 40 and I'm at a loss of words. West coast at its finest Shake them haterz off and keep it pimpin' my nig$$$ That was some of the realest sh*t I've ever seen in my life on everythang