Reef The Lost Cauze feat. Kool G Rap & RA The Rugged Man – Three Greats
Friday June 04th 2010,
Filed under: G Rap Week,Newest Latest,Steady Bootleggin'
Written by:

Grown Man Rap 2.0? Lifted from Reef’s new LP with production team Gunz-N-Butter, Fight Music.

Reef The Lost Cauze feat. Kool G Rap & RA The Rugged Man – ‘Three Greats’

Tweet about this on TwitterShare on FacebookShare on Google+Pin on PinterestShare on RedditShare on TumblrDigg thisShare on StumbleUponEmail this to someone

13 Comments so far
Leave a comment

That’s my boy Stu Bangas on the boards! Guns N Butter vs. Reef The Lost Cauze “Fight Music” drops on June 8th. Review forthcoming on Bloggerhouse. (Posting a link is for cornballs)


Comment by Dart_Adams 06.04.10 @

duplex nice.

Comment by swordfish 06.04.10 @


Comment by Pavan 06.04.10 @

Guess I need to pay closer Reef. Dude can spit. And those other two dudes aren’t half bad either.

Comment by skinny 06.04.10 @

^^…closer “attention to” Reef that is.

Comment by skinny 06.04.10 @


Comment by TREM ONE 06.04.10 @

Wow, this beat bit an LA Symphony beat produced by Evidence hard!

Comment by HipHopHistorian 06.04.10 @

“Posting a link is for cornballs”

and yet we get a link for ur site..cornball

Comment by audio tech 06.05.10 @

This was okay, never been a fan of Reef to be honest.

Comment by Jaz 06.05.10 @

Dope song..would love to hear G Rap spit some more inspired shit…I mean his voice and flow are still top notch just want some of that ole Men at Work type lyrics…R.A was dope as usual and I never heard Reef before..he was good.

Comment by Johnny Hardcore 06.05.10 @


Definitely not a bite: drums are different, melody is different. Both beats are dope in their own right. R.A. kills it on this one.

Comment by eric 06.05.10 @

jawn bangs!!!! jawn sound nothin like Evs beat..get a grip, Hi Tek also flipped this too for RE new cd, all are dope

Comment by Illadelphkilla 06.07.10 @

Sounds nothing like it? Get your ears checked. I am just saying that that wasn’t a sample I had ever heard used before, and a number of years later it turns up. Anyone know what the main backround sample is?

Comment by HipHopHistorian 06.07.10 @

Leave a comment
Line and paragraph breaks automatic, e-mail address never displayed, HTML allowed: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <s> <strike> <strong>