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Rappin' Ron & Ant Diddley Dog, Too Short, Banks
Genres: Rap & Hip-Hop, R&B


CD Details

All Artists: Rappin' Ron & Ant Diddley Dog, Too Short, Banks, Seagram
Title: Bad-N-Fluenz
Members Wishing: 6
Total Copies: 0
Label: Action Music
Release Date: 5/2/1995
Album Type: Explicit Lyrics
Genres: Rap & Hip-Hop, R&B
Styles: Gangsta & Hardcore, Soul
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 030981400223

CD Reviews

I'm a Bad-N-Fluenz
Sam Fisher | Oakland, Ca USA | 08/29/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Thanx to everyone who loves this album & the talent of my potnas Ron & Diddley. I remember when Ron gave me this album i was hella juiced. We ran around the corner to his house when he told us he had copies for us. I still have it and will never get rid of it. I'm not getting rid of none of their or Mr ill's albums. Ron was freestyling since were little. Everyday he came with a new rhyme for us to trip on. We used to tell him to freestyle about anything on the spot and he did jsu that. He blew fools minds. He was and is still the greatest freestylist I ever heard. RIP Ron. When he died, the whole hood was crushed. We all couldn't believe this happened. We all knew they were gonna stupid raw in the rap game. He and Ant would have paved the way for many of us to join the rap game from our hood. None of us including Ant have really gotten over his death. That was my ninja. Diddley is into church now and taking care of his family."
All the turfs in the "O"
Julius Johnson | Oakland, California- Northern Cali, The Bay Area | 06/30/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I have two comments on this phenomenon called The Bad N Fluenz Click: HELLA. TIGHT. What I want to really know, is where is that demo tape that they put out with "All the turfs in the O"?, where Rappin Ron just enunciates and articulates all of the flatlands in the Town so succinctly and in depth... The North, The East and The West... I mean I heard this from my Potna from 73rd and Holly or was it 73rd and Weld. I don't know how he got a hold of it, but I remember hearing that track and another one where Ron came sick again. I had never heard someone flow so tight, and for so long and talk about such intricate things in such detail. Last but not least there was a freestyle battle between the Luniz and Bad N Fluenz, where Rappin Ron just annihilated them. Was that recorded? or is it a case of: if you weren't there, then you missed one of the greatest freestyle battles of all time in the Town. Not to hate on Yukmouth, because I admire his lyrical content and delivery which is tight, but like Richie Rich, Rappin Ron was a phenomenal they will freestyle, many times better than their written material...I mean convincingly tight... that makes you think, "how in the world did he think, on the drop of a hat, to say something like that?" that is talent and that is a real M.C., whether your from Bronx Brooklyn New York or East, North, or West Oakland."
Classic representing westcoast to the fullest
Kd | 06/16/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)

"This is an untouchable and a slept on release which is sad, because a lot of people are feeding a bunch of fa@@ots and not seeing the real talent is here and it gets ignored. I loved this album so much and think its much better than any of too short, ant banks, goldy, spice 1, fu@k it! mostly whole of the bay areas s#it for 95 and onwards too. The production is tight and most of all the flowing and lyrics are fu@king hectic and a lot of the people here know that cos they were smart enought to have the s#it in the first place. One guy here even knows them, daaamn, don't suppose you could get me their second album could you? lol, i been looking everywhere and i know it was held back, i think it was because sadly in 96 Rappin' Ron died. Its a real shame cos he was some real talent and they would be doing big things now, but thats life!, and we all know how it goes unexpectedly!. Anyway, if anyone wants the real not just bay area, but westcoast flavour how it should be, get this str8 away. Its a shame that amazon is making people pay 150 fu@kin dollaz for this cd, people will get turned off but shouldn't, they should press more of these albums and circulate them again so more people can hear that this is what level these 2 were on back in 95. I bet most of the money from the $149.99 spent on this won't even go to ant dog either, fu@king leaches these people are. But if you got the money or you are a rich mothafu@ka buy it! Later! r.i.p rappin' ron"