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Strong Arm Steady

To introduce themselves to the world, the members of Los Angeles-based Strong Arm Steady -- Xzibit, Krondon, Phil the Agony, and Mitchy Slick -- didn't stick to the usual technique of releasing an album. Instead, in 2004 they issued a DVD of clips from performances, recording sessions, and the band hanging out, although thanks to their mixtapes, they were already known in the L.A. area. In 2005 their debut, Arms & Hammers, was set to be released on Xzibit's Columbia imprint, Open Bar, but when that fell through, Strong Arm Steady -- minus Xzibit, who declined to give his reasons for leaving the group -- signed to Talib Kweli's newly formed Blacksmith Music. After a handful of singles on the label, the group would sign with underground imprint Stones Throw and hook up with in-house producer Madlib for the well-received In Search of Stoney Jackson. Their 2011 release, Arms & Hammers, was a more traditional hip-hop album with various producers and names like Too Short and the Game on the guest list. Flipping the script yet again, Stereotype from 2012 was considered a sequel to Stoney Jackson, with East Coast producer Statik Selektah taking the place of Madlib and producing the album in total. ~ Marisa Brown, Rovi
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Linckoln
I am Dj Siris & I rep the 323. Thats Blak P Stone for all the hoodstas. Look here man, SAS. IS what's good!
Slick keeps it mashin! R.I.P LiL Mitchy Slick. 619 all da time! East Side!
SHELL TOWN 38th
hottrizzle
Dis my s**t!!!
BIGGG UP TO SAS LUV IT THEY REPPIN THEY TURF BIG UPS TO MITCHY SLICK KEEPING THE SAN DIEGO 619 OPN THE MAP!!!!!!
briankinch6
thai,root people,sand people also rep-n some good shizz...
I love this album. I can never have enough of "Had Enough". The beat has West Coast written all over it. I like the fact that solo artists are coming together as groups. Anyone listening to this should also check out The Left, Random Axe and the Smif N' Wessun, Pete Rock Monumental album.
Thats whats good SOUTHEAST RYDAS 619
The real Dip Set N**ga's Go hard 6 one Nina
sick HAUMIE!
tristanbuhle r
SAS kills it. The whole Stoney Jackson album is fire.

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