Album · 1992 · 12 Songs. More By South Central Cartel. See All. Random Violence. Gangsta Conversation.
South Central Madness. This song is by South Central Cartel and appears on the album South Central Madness (1992). Havoc)Yo, this Havoc the Mouthpiece from the . I only got three words to say:South - Central - Madness.
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Los Angeles’ South Central Cartel were pioneers in the West Coast gangsta rap genre, in the same league as Dr. Dre, NWA, Eazy E, Ice Cube, Compton’s Most Wanted, Above the Law, Da Lench Mob, Mac Dre and Kurupt. South Central Cartel (. was one of the first West Coast groups to gain national popularity in the immediate wake of groundbreaking and controversial releases by NWA & Eazy-E, and are still etched in hip hop’s collective memory for pushing the envelope with their unapologetic embrace of gang affiliation, automatic weapons, violent crime, prison and car culture. South Central Madness is their debut album, originally released on Pump/Quality Records, with subsequent albums released on Def Jam West in a deal between their . Gangsters Wit Knowledge) imprint and the West Coast division of Rick Rubin & Russell Simmons’ label.