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C-Bo Video Shooting Victim, Lavish D Locked Up Again, Sacramento Law Responds

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Jimmy Blog Of The Fahrenheit Record

The C-Bo video shooting victim has been identified as Ernie Jesse Cardena. He was 49, a Sacramento native, and leaves behind a daughter and one on the way. Ernie was a friend of many in the South Sacramento rap game. SacramentoRap.com first heard about the victim from Brotha Lynch Hung. “My homie Ernie dead” Lynch texted SacramentoRap.com after the shooting.

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C-Bo snaps a photo with shooting victim Ernie Cardena before his murder

Ernie, known to many in the area, is described as “solid and a good friend”. On his GoFundMe page, he is characterized as a man that has “always been there for everyone with a helping hand, even if you didn’t know them you had the biggest heart ever”. You can donate to Ernie Jesse Cardena’s family here.

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Lavish D locked up again

And just like that, he’s gone. Sacramento Police arrested Sac rapper Lavish D again. SacramentoRap.com got ahold of the official Sacramento Rap Lavish D Police Report. Currently, Lavish is inmate 10035196 at the Sacramento County Jail. He was booked 8/29/2017 at 2:54 PM. Lavish, or CML, is being held with no bail for violation of parole, and an old warrant for driving when privilege suspended/revoked for D.U.I./drugs in Solano County.

Although it has not been made public by the Sacramento Police Department, Lavish D’s arrest appears to be a direct response to Lavish D’s participation in the deadly C-Bo video shoot. Lavish’s arrest was one of many responses Sacramento law enforcement had to the Ernie Cardena’s August Meadowview Park murder. A day before his arrest, Lavish took to social media to explain himself.

“All I did was showed up to a video shoot, tryin to support my rappin patna, you know what I’m sayin?” Lavish D points out, “on some unity s*@%. Wasn’t no diss records being recorded, but yall all up on the internet, got my name all up in this s@*&.”

Lavish D was just released from prison about four months ago, after serving a three year stint. While out, he made several videos, including hit “3 Years Later“, made several “bands” (thousands of dollars), and was rapidly gaining fame.

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Lavish D hits social media to explain his lack of involvment in the shooting a day before his arrest

“Lavish was hot!” First Degree The D.E. tells The Fahrenheit Record Blog. “I was just talkin about this the other day. Sac’s next generation of rappers are much more skilled lyrically than the average of their generation. Mix the old school vets wit the new school heatas, Sac is on fire! I’m just hopin engergies can be channeled a more productive way.”

First Degree goes on to explain how Sac is changing the game. He discloses the fact that Brotha Lynch is reaching massive, nation-wide audiences with his recent touring, Mozzy brought gangsta rap back and climbing the charts now, Lavish D is Sac’s new underground sensation, C-Bo is brand new, and Phonk Beta’s “Symplex 3” is a game changer on the horizon.

Sacramento’s recent violence has been loud, due to the stars involved, the fans, and the media. As a result, the deadly C-Bo video shooting pushed the Sacramento City Council to immediately approve a controversial gun-violence prevention program that targets the handful of young men suspected of being behind most of the violence.

Advance  For Peace is a gun violence intervention program, founded by Devone Boggan. The  program includes mentoring and cash stipends to participants for reaching goals, which is controversial to some. The Sacramento City Council voted 9-0 to adopt a three-year, $1.5 million contract with the Richmond, CA-based program.

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Advance For Peace’s founder Devone Boggan

The Sacramento version of Advance Peace would focus on 50 young men who are thought by authorities to be responsible for most of the local gun violence. Based on the premise that many gang-related crimes that are personal and/or retaliatory, the program aims at what they see as the root of the problem.

In the program, mentors help recruit “fellows”. The program lasts 18 months and utilizes life coaching and one-on-one cognitive behavioral therapy. In addition, participates can earn a stipend of up to $1,000 a month for nine months.

“With these programs, why don’t you remove the system that has impoverish and oppressed so many.” says First Degree The D.E. “Bank business loans for Blacks, a Black hospital, a school so our children won’t continue to be miseducated and targeted, especially by America’s Special Ed system, the school-to-prison pipeline. Real action, no more symbols of action.”

Although controversial, the program has had past success. KCRA reports that from 2010-2016, firearm assaults and deaths dropped by 60 percent in Richmond. Despite this success, many oppose Sacramento taking on this program. This list includes former “dabbing” mayorial candidate Angelique Ashby, citing ambiguities in the contract.

Whether the program deems successful or not, doing something about this excalating war is a must. However, First Degree The D.E. hopes that “something” isn’t the incaceration of more Blacks.

“Mass incarceration”, First Degree The D.E. clarifies, “big business in America. They are hunting you Black man to fill slots. You are so powerful, so feared. I’m hoping that  the C-Bo video shooting doesn’t lead to more lives “lost”. Let Ernie rest in peace.


Learn more about the latest Mozzy vs C-Bo beef HERE.


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C-Bo Video Shooting, Sacramento Rap Beef To Blame?

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C-Bo Video Shooting, Sacramento Rap Beef Turns Deadly

Jimmy Blog of The Fahrenheit Record Blog  |  8-27-2017

One dead, four injured at a C-Bo video shoot at a Meadowview park. Is this the end, or just the beginning?

The shooting happened around 2:30 p.m. at South Sacramento’s Meadowview Park. The melee left one dead, Ernie Cadena, and four additional victims wounded. The gun shot victims were driven to the hospital by citizens. At the time this article was written, all four were in stable condition.

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C-Bo posses with shooting victim Ernie Cadena before his kiilling

At the scene, witnesses describe chaos and confusion. “We was just out here filmin, havin fun, then a car went by shootin! We were all just tried not to get dead” an unidentified man explains. Unfortunatly, one man didn’t make it.

While ABC10 states, “there is no information on the suspect’s, or the motive of the shooting”, many in the area believe this shooting is connected to recent Mozzy C-Bo beef that has materialized as of late.

To recap, in an interview with VladTV, Brotha Lynch Hung said he “used to be proud” of Mozzy.  Mozzy then said he was “funkin” with C-Bo, Brotha Lynch, and X-Raided, and name called the two Sac legends. Then C-Bo made threats to Mozzy on his Instagram.

Since then, diss records have been made. Mozzy struck first with “New King, New Era”. Then C-Bo struck next with “Body 4 Body”. Although the Mozzy video included many Oak Park heads, C-Bo’s took it up a notch.

In his “Body 4 Body” video, C-Bo displayes several guns, caskets, and identifies himself as a “Mozzy/Zilla-killa” and warns that no one is safe in Mozzy’s crew. Did this powerful imagery contribute to the Aug. 27th shooting? It can be argued that the violent imagery didn’t help ease tensions.

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C-Bo disses Mozzy in “Body 4 Body”

C-Bo’s Aug 27th video shoot was for two songs for his upcoming album “The Problem”, in stores Sept. 1st. The day before, he advertised the event on social media, promoting “fun, eating, and drinking”. After arriving at Meadowview Park, the video shoot location, C-Bo went live on social media.

During the broadcast, C-Bo made a point to include several of his old school homies, including middle school friends, and Mozzy’s long-time rival Lavish D, aka CML. Although just reminiscing, talking about unity, and having a good time, prior threats and song lyrics were looming in the air. Everyone there had to know that there was a chance for trouble at the public event.

Moments after finishing his live social media broadcast, while the things were beginning to get underway, C-Bo’s video shoot was shot up by unknown males driving by in a car. Although this may not have been what C-Bo and Mozzy had in mind with their diss records, this apparently, is a result.


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Mozzy disses C-Bo and Brotha Lynch in “New Era, New King”

Since his interview with No Jumper, Mozzy has somewhat backtracked on his beef with  C-Bo and Brotha Lynch. In a recent interview with L.A.’s 92.3, Mozzy clarified, “I aint really got no issues with them, I was just really holdin my ground, that’s it.” Mozzy goes on to explain, “first and foremost off the dribble, its a line of miscommunication.” He includes that his No Jumper comments were taken wrongly and they (C-Bo and Lynch) “bit down on it”. He appears to have moved on.

To further his point, Mozzy tells XXL Magazine, “When I said ‘funkin’ on No Jumper, I was talking about funking with their legacy.” He includes, “I wasn’t talking about funking with them as a people. Them ain’t who I’m funking with as a people.”

Mozzy justifies, “But when a n$%#@ get on the internet and say he gon’ pull a n%^# dreads out, he gon’ slap a n@#*. Bruh, you playing with my ism, you playing with my gangsta. F@*& the rap s*#@, I ain’t even worried about that. You playing with my gangster as a man. You up there, you talking tough. I’ma see if you can purchase that ticket you want.”

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After 68 cities, Brotha Lynch heads back on tour next month

Although Brotha Lynch initially took Mozzy’s No Jumper interview words to heart, a cooler head has prevailed. In an exchange to texts with SacramentoRap.com, Lynch has expressed a desire to distance himself from drama. Only months after completing his 68 city Strange Music tour, Brotha Lynch is preparing to hit the road in September once again. After decades of bumpin his music, fans nation-wide are hungry for a glimpse of the Sactown legend.

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From prison, X-Raided has been advising Brotha Lynch

It has been made public that once the situation with Mozzy got his attention,  Brotha Lynch spoke with X-Raided. After hearing the original interview, in which Mozzy mentions Lynch and C-Bo, X-Raided advised Lynch to “fall back because it was all just a misunderstanding.” Lynch tells SacramentoRap.com that he heeded his “big homie’s” advice.

Stuck in the middle of all of this, is another Sacramento rap vet, T-Nutty. The “Last of the Floheakinz” and C-Bo have been partners in rhyme for decades. However, in “New King, New Era”, Mozzy mentions that he’s cool with T-Nutty, but “his big homie a b#@%*!”

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T-Nutty is stuck in the middle, with love from both sides of the conflict

In an interview with High End Radio, T-Nutty expressed disappointment in C-Bo for overreacting to the Mozzy misunderstanding. He expresses a desire to move on as a city. While giving his perspective on C-Bo’s diss track, T-Nutty mentions that Mozzy and C-Bo don’t actually live in Sacramento. He points out that it’s every day Sacramentans that will feel the effect of this conflict.

T-Nutty discloses, “We gone keep it gangsta on the streets, we gone keep it real out here. N#@%@ gettin popped up out here, and we out here. We out here on this Sac s#@$. We out here going to the stores, getting the blunts, bumpin into n%^&$ every 10 minutes and n%^$@ gotta decide if they’re clickin or not.” T-Nutty is in a unique, powerful position in all of this.

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As a teacher in the affected area, First Degree The D.E. promotes change, one student a time

As a teacher, working at a high school smack dab in the middle of the conflict, First Degree The D.E. sees this Sacramento beef/explosion a different way, much like T-Nutty does.

“The first day I met Be Gee, he was just returning from a 1992 C-Bo video shoot” First Degree The D.E. reflects. “He was telling us about the gang war that had just erupted at it. He was telling us about the shootout, and that Lynch’s cousin Q-Ball was killed. It was a dramatic time. I hope 2017 aint a repeat, but its starting to look that way.”

“Like I told you guys before,” First Degree The D.E. reminds The Fahrenheit Record, “I’ve seen, first hand, how this uptick in rap beef has affected our communities. On the outside, everyone’s entertained. On the inside, its a war.”

After a deep breath, First Degree The D.E. sheds light on his more recent, personal experiences with the Oak Park/Mack Road/C-Bo conflict.

“Earlier this year, some ‘Zilla Oak Park’ folks came to the Mack Road area and was shot at and run out by Starz affiliates. The Zilla vehicle ended up on its side in the shootout, but all parties excaped uninjured. The next day, Zilla came back looking for revenge. At around 2 p.m., I hear ‘POP, POP, POP, POP, POP!’ Its was definitely from a big gun. It turns out that one of my 19-year-old ex-students had walked to the local 7-11. The Zillas, blasting Mozzy, were waiting in the parking lot. One of them walked up to my the student and asked where he was from, then pulled out an A.K.47 and started shooting. My student was hit twice, but survived.”

While going further, First Degree clarified that he was happy for the city’s newfound success, yet is haunted by the real lives impacted as a result of the type of activities that is blowing Sac up. “We as leaders need to steer this into a productive direction” The D.E. advises.

“Images are powerful. As the original man in a distant land, the world is watching us. What image do we want to give our people, and those watching from the outside?” First Degree wonders out loud.

First Degree includes, “The same power that got this started, can end this, steer this energy into the right direction. To turn this around, we as a people need to look at the bigger picture.” First Degree referrs to one of his song lyrics, ‘If the bloods and the crips, knew the man stacked the chips, they might flip the scripts’. He concludes, “If we were bangin on the white supremacy system that has us out here doin bad, instead of each other, we’d get somewhere. Life isn’t a game.”

Let’s hope cooler heads prevail in Sacramento.

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Sacramento Rap History (Part Four, Mozzy & Lavish D)

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Sacramento Rap History (Part Four, Mozzy & Lavish D)

Jimmy Blog For The Fahrenheit Record

July 31, 2017

Lavish D is out. Mozzy has blown up major. Brotha Lynch Hung just completed a 68 city tour. C-Bo earning hundreds of thousands of Youtube hits. The battle for “King Of Sacramento” is hotter than ever, which is good for Sacramento, right?

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Lavish D keeps it going in “All Time High”
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In November of 2013, Sacramento rapper Donald “Lavish D” Oliver and fellow members of the Starz Mack Road street gang, were detained in South Sacramento’s Evergreen parking lot. After a chase and gun discovery, Lavish D was arrested. Upon waiting for trial, Lavish D was released. However, four months later, he was back in the drama. In March of 2014, Lavish D and his crew jumped a member of the Oak Park “Zilla” Bloods in the Arden Mall. In addition, the Stars gang members filmed it and posted it on Lavish D’s Youtube account. The video of the event was also posted by The Siccness. This was all during the peak of the Mack Road Stars/Oak Park Zilla gang rivalry. During this time, diss track retaliations, and gang shooting injuries and killings fueled the rivalry to its breaking point. The tension was well documented in newspapers, gaining world-wide attention.
As a result of the heat from the Arden Mall beat down, Oliver fled the state. In May of 2014, he was apprehended in Alabama and brought back to Sacramento to face charges.
In June of 2015, Lavish D Oliver, also known as CML (Cash Money Lavish), pleaded no contest to gun and assault charges. The case was a consolidation of Lavish D’s gun possession case from November 2013, and the participation, filming, and posting of the assault in the mall. Similar to Sacramento’s X-Raided case many years prior, Oliver’s music was used against him in court. The song “My N$#@#s Do” was used by prosecution to justify their case against Lavish D. CML was then sentenced to six years, but ended up serving three. In July of 2017, Lavish D was released from prison.
Upon his release, Lavish D made it clear that he wasn’t interested in gang drama, just business. In one of his first post-prison Instagram posts, he proclaims, “I’m gettin’ the bag! That’s my only focus, that’s my only priority”. As he goes on, he gets more specific to his situation. “Getting this money, taking care of my m*@#$# f#$@#@* responsibilities. I’m not going back to jail, I’m not sacrificing myself for this bu@@*@# going’ on.”
CML’s post-prison life has been fire. “It seems that Lavish harnessed his craft behind bars and has a longer, more lyrical, more poetic flow” Fahrenheit Radio’s First Degree The D.E. observes. “His journey is must see T.V.” In his meticulous lyrics, he has been reflecting on his time in prison, looking towards the future, and his son. His latest hit, CML “All Time High”, received 52,000 views its first day online. Other CML post-prison stand out hits include “Speak My Mind” and “Three Years Later”.  His new found stardom upon prison release reminds one of Tupac. One could argue that Lavish D, aka CML, has the hardest music coming out of Sacramento right now.
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Mozzy is the worlds hottest underground artist
For the last three years, the hottest underground rapper on the planet has been Sacramento’s Timothy “Mozzy” Patterson. Mozzy is affiliated with the Oak Park Zilla gang, rivals of Lavish D’s Starz. His rap style is gangsta, genuine, shocking, deadly, and occasionally comical. “(Mozzy’s) lyrics embrace and mourn the do or die ethos of the neighborhood’s gang life,” Chris Macias detailed for the Sacramento Bee.
Mozzy is known for rapping about real violent events that took place in Sacramento and are still sore subjects to many. For example, one of his most popular videos, “Messy Murder Scenes”, has received three million hits online. In the song Mozzy raps, “Bethee the only real shooter came from the Zone.” Bethee was a Mack Road area man murdered at an Oak Park/Mack Road shootout in Sacramento. Although Mozzy didn’t diss him, mentioning a murdered man is a song has upset some Mack Road area residents. In an interview with No Jumper, Mozzy explains that he incoperated real life events in his music because he was “desperate”.
Mozzy’s stardom has expanded exponentially. His album, “Bladadah” was listed by Rolling Stone Magazine as a Top 40 album of 2015. He has appeared in many entertaining interviews, both on T.V. news and print, and has a new generation going crazy over his new style of music. His newest hit, “Afraid” takes a real life look at the culture that surrounds him, his involvement, and its effect on those around him. In a month, “Afraid” has been viewed by 1.5 million unique viewers on Vevo. In his videos, Mozzy delivers the visual of the gang life. Mozzy, his label mate E-Mozzy, and the Oak Park crew give unique insight to one of California’s most intimidating gangs.
Although known for his gang culture, Mozzy discloses a softer side from time to time. Mozzy has acknowledged in the past that his music past started in the church. On a recent social media post, Mozzy records himself withdrawing money at an ATM. While leaving, he runs into two 8-year-old or so Black girls selling candy bars. Mozzy not only buys all of the bars, he then purchases the mother’s entire supply.
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Brotha Lynch Hung is reborn, bigger than ever!
Fresh off tour, it can be argued that Sacramento rap vet Brotha Lynch Hung is bigger than ever. Not only does Lynch enjoy his cult following from his platinum-selling music from the 90’s, he also has been exposed to a next generation, world-wide Tech N9ne audience with his affiliation with Strange Music Inc. Like Mozzy and Lavish D, his beginnings include the Sacramento gang life, real life events, and news, but from a different time.
Brotha Lynch steers clear of gang drama these days. As is well known, Brotha Lynch was a part of the “Garden Block Crip” gang in his early start in music. With all due respect to Homicide’s (R.I.P.) early Oak Park recognition, the Garden Block was Sacramento’s first famous rap neighborhood. It is located between Florin Road and Meadowview. “Meadowview is originally part of the Garden Block,” Sac vet Be Gee informs.
In a recent interview with Vlad TV, done in Time’s Square New York, Brotha Lynch tells personal stories about his early days in the Garden Block. It is remarkable that after 30 years in rap, Lynch still has that fire. Sacramento rapper AdonisAliasSoupbone reveals that Lynch has still got it it in an interview with SacramentoRap.com. However, in the interview, he wonders outloud if Lynch is still alive, inside.
During the summer of 2017, Brotha Lynch and company embarked on a 68 city, 75 day, cross-country tour. It was called The Strictly Strange 2017 Tour, featuring Tech N9ne, Lynch and other Strange Music artists. Although Strange Music’s audience lacks diversity, the crowds Tech N9ne and Brotha Lynch were performing in front of were massive, topping 5,000 some nights. Even in smaller towns, audiences flocked from afar to get a glimpse of the duo. With the people reached, Brotha Lynch’s Strictly Strange 2017 Tour may have been the biggest Sacramento outreach event in Sacramento rap history.
Upon arriving back to Sacramento, SacramentoRap.com asked Brotha Lynch what’s next. “Another trilogy,” he responds. After being asked if he would release this next trilogy under Strange Music, Lynch concedes, “I haven’t thought about it yet, after being around them for so long. I do have some thinking to do.” Currently, Brotha Lynch is in Los Angeles, preparing for another tour. It never stops.
More Sacramento Notables
 .sacramento rap c-bo 4C-Bo’s legacy has stood the test of time
One of Sacramento’s original “Kings of the City” is C-Bo. Since, the early 90’s, C-Bo, aka “The Cowboy”, has represented Sacramento and his Garden Block Crips world-wide. His hardcore, creative raps has lasted the test of time. After originally releasing his music under AWOL Records, C-Bo has since taken full control of his destiny with ownership and direction of his catalog. Since gaining control of his music, although peppered with jail stints, C-Bo has released music consistently and enjoys his own cult following.
C-Bo’s latest video, “Bang On Um”, has 684,000 Youtube hits to date. Its a throw back to a time of harder raps. In addition, his label West Coast Mafia, is composing an album including songs C-Bo was featured on. If you’ve done a song with C-Bo, The Bald Head Nut, he is requesting that you contact him through social media.
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Black Market Records’ Noni Blanco speaks for a new generation
Vying for new “Queen Of The City” is Black Market Records’ Noni Blanco. Her single, “Catch Me Outside” ‘aint for kids. In an interview with Rap Shack, Noni Blanco provides insight into her upbringing, and a few stories about who she is. She is young, and appeals to a sometimes voiceless audience, Black girls. As revealed in interviews, Noni has her own perspective on recent Sacramento events.
With Sacramento’s longest running label, Black Market Records, behind her, Noni Blanco’s future is limitless. Since the early 90’s Black Market’s massive catalog has expanded beyond rap music, with recent ventures with Jamaican reggae music. After 30 years, Cedric Singleton’s Black Market Records is still Sacramento’s finest oiled music machine.
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First Degree The D.E. has released more
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Parallel to the longevity of Black Market Records, is Sac’s second longest running label, Fahrenheit Records. Their front runner, First Degree The D.E., has released more albums than any other Sacramento rap artist. As of late, the main story out of the Fahrenheit camp is their summer 102.5 KSFM show, and their online radio station, Fahrenheit Radio. Fahrenheit Radio has listeners in over 75 countries. Also, the world is just catching on to the fact that First Degree The D.E. is an educator, like a certified one.
In First Degree The D.E.’s other life, he is a Mack Road high school math teacher. In 2016, he was awarded National University’s “Teacher Of The Year” honors, and earned his Master’s Degree. First Degree’s experience as a teacher, in one of the affected areas of Sac’s recent gang tension, gives him a very unique perspective on the matter. His work for peace, including the six month gang truce he initiated, has been well documented in The Sacramento Bee, and in Sacramento News and Review by Raheem Hosseini.
In an interview with SacramentoRap.com, First Degree The D.E. gives his side of Sac’s ongoing gang tension and rebirth. “One of my students was a random victim in all this, shot two times with an AK47. I heard the shots from my classroom.” First Degree reveals. “I’m split on all this. I’m happy for the town for attracting the world’s attention with our stories, but at the same time, I’m so tired of the real life violence.” He goes on to conclude, “Lavish D and Mozzy have a real life opportunity to direct the ship, and turn all of this into unity and opportunity for our people. They are both smart and I see it happening! However, its up to al of us to unite and remember who we are, kings and queens.”
First Degree The D.E.’s most recent video, “Time’s Begun” is a comical, controversial attempt at race relations. Its is funny and a must see.
Ongoing Sacramento Tension
With all that’s good in Sac right now, there is also a tension building.  Although things appears to have simmered between Mozzy and Lavish D, a battle of generataional conflict is brewwing.
During Brotha Lynch’s VladTV interview, Lynch was asked what he thought about Mozzy. He responded by saying, “He doesn’t.” Lynch Hung went on to indicate that Mozzy hasn’t acknowledgfed who came before him by Mozzy refering to himself as King Of The City. This rubbed Mozzy the wrong way.
“He’s a Pokeman”, Mozzy calls Lynch during a No Jumper interview. “F$@# that n#$@@” Mozzy concludes, describing him as bitter. In addition to calling out Lynch, Mozzy had comments on C-Bo that can be interpreted different ways. C-Bo didn’t appreciate the comments and has promised to “cut (Mozzy’s) braids off” and has banned him from returning to Sacramento in an Instagram post.
Sacramento is on the verse of explosion, or implosion.
What comes first, the social environment, or gangsta rap? That is up for debate. “The gang’s purpose is to provide opportunity to its members” school psychologist and Pan-Afrikanist Dr. Umar Johnson explains.
Money comes and goes. What is at stake is much greater than currency. What’s at stake is respect, admiration, and recognition. Lebron James rapping old school Lynch. Mozzy’s “Bladadah” listed as Rolling Stones 40 Best Rap Albums Of 2015. Lavish’s prison release being one of the most anticipated events of the underground.
Has the town finally found peace with each other for the purpose of a world-wide come up move, or will misunderstanding send us to another rut?
All men want power. What else is there to do? Who do you think is Sacramento’s “King Of The City”?


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Brotha Lynch entertained masses every night on tour


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