7a3 – Coolin’ In Cali (1988) | Rap & hip hop

7a3 – Coolin’ In Cali (1988) | Rap & hip hop

Name: 7a3 – Coolin’ In Cali
Genre: Rap | Hip-Hop
Year: 1988
Label: Geffen Records
Producers: Jeff Fenster, Mio Vukovic, Joe “The Butcher” Nicolo & Daddy-O
Group Members: Brett Bouldin, Sean Bouldin & DJ Muggs
Format: mp3 | 192 kbps
Duration: 00:50:56
Size: 70 Mb


01 – Coolin In Cali
02 – Thats How Were Livin’
03 – Everybody Get Loose
04 – A Mans Gotta Do What A Man’s Gotta Do
05 – Freestyle ’88
06 – Express The Mind
07 – Hit ‘Em Again
08 – Drums Of Steel
 09 – Goes Like Dis
10 – Half Bouldin, The Other Half Nice
11 – Groovin’
12 – Lucifer

Review about Albumm "7a3 – Coolin’ In Cali (1988)"

The 7A3 was a hip hop group based out of Los Angeles, California, which released one album in 1988 called Coolin' in Cali. It was originally composed of brothers Brett and Sean Bouldin, and DJ Muggs, who later achieved greater fame with Cypress Hill was recruited by Brett B and joined the group. All originally hailed from New York—Brooklyn and Queens, respectively.

Brett Bouldin founded the group and later wrote Cypress Hill's "Hand on the Pump". He also taught B-Real, Son Doobie, Sean B, Malverde, and others how to write songs. He has written for and performed with others including Shanice Wilson, Portrait, Sugar Ray, and Funkdoobiest.

Sean Bouldin went on to become a music executive working with several labels including Interscope, A&M, EMI, Immortal, DreamWorks, and consulted for several others.

The group's sole album and two of its singles performed moderately well on the US charts. The group's song "Mad, Mad World" was released on the Colors soundtrack. In addition, the group's version of "Take You Back" was featured on the Rocky V soundtrack album.


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