Daz Dillinger & WC – Stay Out The Way ft Snoop Dogg (Video)

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Daz and WC. It’s fitting that these two guys would eventually make an album together. In the late 1990s, Suge Knight notoriously blocked many of his artists from feature appearances on peer projects that weren’t on the label (see Warren G’s first two albums, “Regulate” aside). Coming from Low Profile and The M.A.A.D. Circle, WC stopped solo 15 years ago with a true slept-on gem in Payday Records’ The Shadiest One. Tha Row (Death Row Records) actually allowed their flagship artist to appear on “Like That.” In turn, WC appeared on Daz’s solo debut (Revenge, Retaliation & Get Back) that same month. Coming from different eras and sections of Los Angeles, WC and Daz always made sense together. They have melodic voices, versatile deliveries, and both love to talk about forcibly removing suckers from their automobile, if called for. “Stay Out The Way” is the latest visual from West Coast Sh*t, and gets a blessing from Tha Doggfather. WC was influential to the mainstream bum-rush of West Coast music in the mid-1990s, and both of these men are highly influential of the Black Hippy, Dom Kennedy, and Terrace Martin sound. Just ask. And if you want to tell them that they’re too old to bang on wax—stay out the way. Related: Daz Dillinger & WC – Don’t Call it a Comeback (Video)