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Rap & Hip-Hop Artists DJ E-Z Cutt Ol School Hip-Hop
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Written by Robert ID1707   
Sunday, 24 July 2005 01:31

West coast hip-hop DJ E~Z Cutt aka Eddie Standifer grew up as an Army Brat, living and traveling all over the world. Once settled in Fort Ord, CA (Monterey Peninsula) E~Z started his hip-hop DJ career DJ’ing under the wing of DJ Splice. He started with house parties and then moved up to DJing his own High School dances. After High School, E~Z was invited to DJ a West Coast concert Tour that put his name out there and then he rocked every kind of party from public functions in clubs to private bikini beach parties in Carmel.

He became one of the top hip-hop DJ's in California and competed in the DJ competition ''Rocking the 80's where he took first place for Central Coast of California. E~Z then took it to the next level by studying under hip-hop DJs like; the Latin Prince, Mike T and DJ Slip, where he mastered the West Coast Style.

After DJ’ing all over the great state of California, E~Z put his hand in the world of production. He started out producing hip-hop and rap acts like; Playboy Chill, Seaside Posse, N.D.D., King Tee, Mc Eiht (of Compton's Most Wanted), Full Clip, Young 2-11, P.A.C. and others.

Finally E~Z got a call to go to Suge Knights legendary west coast Death Row Records and signed a production deal to work with well known hip-hop rap artists such as; Red Rum, Bloody Mary and Leak, but due to legal problems with the label, E~Z had to walk away from that situation.

E~Z came back to the Central Coast and continued his DJ career, where he got bigger and bigger at clubs like; (Jillian's, San Francisco / Playas Club, Santa Cruz / Club Glo, San Jose / Club Octane and Planet Gemini, Monterey) and countless events. He did some work with several radio stations like 102.5 (KDON), 97.7, 91.9 (KSPB) and 93.5 (KBTU) where his mix-show (E-Z's Hip Hop Havoc Mix) became the highest rated mix-show in Central California.

Now E~Z is a proud member of the Bum Squad DJz, the Phantom DJs, the Vinyl Assault Squad, and a reporting DJ for HITS Magazine.  E~Z Cutt is the newest member of the mighty Core DJs.  E~Z is back into the studio with his own production company (Cutt-Up Productions) and lighting up the West Coast with his famous mix CD's, such as “How The West Was Won” series and “West Coast Trippin” series.

They call him ‘ez’ because of his laid-back style, but when he’s on the turntables, he’s an adventure to watch and listen to.

E~Z’s goal is to travel through out the world spinning West Coast Hip Hop, bringing the West Coast to your event.

DJ E-Z Cutt is doing just that with his How The West Was Won series. He is definitely ‘West Coast Trippin’.

West coast hip-hop history includes west hip-hop with that g-funk flavor, gangsta rap and those unforgettable lyrics and beats.

This current mix tape out from DJ E-Z Cutt is the beginning of a history lesson in west coast hip-hop.

How The West Was Won Vol.1 by DJ E-Z Cutt will surely move and educate you to what the legendary west sound is all about.

Most people think west coast as Tupac, Snoop, and Dre; and more recently as the Game or Gorilla Black, but the roots run so much deeper than that and this Vol.1 mix tape in the How The West Was Won series from DJ E-Z Cutt shows you that.

On Vol.1 representing the west coast hip-hop history are people like Tupac, N.W.A., Lady of Rage, Sir-Mix-A-Lot, Eazy E, Coolio, Warren G and Nate Dogg, Mac Dre, Dru Down Compton’s Most Wanted and many others. And this is only Vol. 1 with more to follow.

This mix tape release from DJ E-Z Cutt has been riding under the radar and it needs to be experienced by everyone.

Not old enough to remember what the west is really about or old enough to remember and miss the powerhouse tracks that formed the west coast hip-hop and rap scene – this is the mix that you need to check out.

DJ E-Z Cutt is a pioneer in west coast hip-hop scene. He has an impressive resume and is not a fly by night ‘scratcher’ just looking for a buck. This CD is making a statement. So many associate today’s music with real hip-hop; when in fact if you want the real hip-hop do your history as DJ E-Z Cutt throws at you on his latest CD.

The mix tape scene is a booming business and to honest many of them are not worthy of much of the hype they get. But every now and then a mix tape hits and it is more than a mix tape.

The current drop from Hip-hop mix-master DJ E-Z Cutt is much more than a mix tape; it is a history review of ‘How the West Was Won’.

True to the CD’s title this is a total collaboration of all the wests legends laid in a professional meaningful mix.

A total representation of the west coast sound, this CD brings back the memories of the strong west. If you are younger and don’t remember the days of the strong west – this is a must have CD for you. And for the old og’s this will certainly move memories of the home of gangsta rap.

DJ E-Z Cutt has found a way to move your head and your memories in a timeless history of west coast music.

On a rating of 1-10 TLA-PROnline.com rates DJ E-Z Cutts ‘How The West Was Won Vol.1’ a 9.5

Every track is a banger and the CD leaves you wanting more. So thank goodness there will be many volumes to follow from DJ E-Z Cutt.

Check out DJ E-Z Cutts ‘How The West Was Won’ Vol.1 and watch for the next in this series. You can get the CD here at at Mix Unit

http://mixunit.com

Here is the cover and the tracklist. See below for links for all the places you can check out DJ E-Z Cutt. Support the west coast and support the west coast artists.

 

Track list for DJ E-Z Cutt ‘How The West Was Won Vol. 1’

1 - Intro – DJ E-Z Cutt

2 - Let Me Ride – Dr Dre

3 - Afro Puffs – Lady Of Rage

4 - So Many Tears – 2pac 

5 - It’s Funky Enough – The D.O.C.

6 - You Know How We Do – Ice Cube

7 - California Love – 2pac & Dr Dre

8 - Passin Me By – The Pharcyde

9 - Dre Day – Dr Dre & Snoop

10 - Dope Man – N.W.A.

11 - I Got 5 On It – Luniz

12 - Everlasting Bass – Rodney O & Joe Cooley

13 - Freaks Of The Industry – Digital Underground

14 - Growin’ Up In The Hood – Compton’s Most Wanted

15 - Posse On Broadway – Sir Mix-A-Lot

16 - Boyz N Da Hood – Eazy E

17 - Pistol Grip Pump – Volume 10

18 - Gin & Juice – Snoop

19 - Something To Ride To – Conscious Daughters

20 - Nothin But A G Thang – Dr Dre & Snoop

21 - I Get Around – 2pac 

22 - Deep Cover – Dr Dre & Snoop

23 - Regulate – Warran G & Nate Dogg

24 - Nothin But A Cavi Hit – Mack 10 & Da Dogg Pound

25 - County Line – Coolio 

26 - Too Hard For The Radio – Mac Dre

27 - We Can Freak It – Kurupt

28 - Whomp! Whomp! – DJ Pooh & Kam

29 - Ain’t No Fun – Snoop

30 - Mac Of The Year – Dru Down

31 - Players Club – Rappin 4-Tay

32 - Tonight – DJ Quick

Check out DJ E-Z Cutt at these sites –

Bum Squad DJz - E~Z Cutt's BIO page

http://bumsquaddjz.com/bumz/?page_id=22

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His website (still is a work in progress)

www.ezcutt.com

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His MySpace site

http://www.myspace.com/ezcutt

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Division Underground

www.divisionunderground.com

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4 ½ out 5 rating on Next Hip Hop

http://nexthiphop.com

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featured on Browns Promotions

http://www.brownspromotions.1hwy.com

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overseas at Mix Tape UK

http://mixtapesuk.com

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at Mix Unit

http://mixunit.com

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DJ E~Z Cutt was just interviewed on Grind Mode Magazine, out soon.

Watch for the next drop in this series from DJ E-Z Cutt; we will keep you well informed.

 

 
Rap & Hip-Hop Artists DJ E-Z Cutt Ol School Hip-Hop

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