Keyboard Money Mike Recalls Touring LA With Tim Dog
Wednesday February 20th 2013,
Filed under: In The Trenches,LA Big City Of Dreams,Rest In Peace
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Just dug-up this section from my 2011 interview with Keyboard Money Mike about the late, great Tim Dog:

Keyboard Money Mike: You know Tim Dog? I used to DJ on tour with Tim Dog for a good two years.

Robbie: From the “Fuck Compton” period?

Oh my god…we went to LA to perform that song! We went to Compton to perform the song “Fuck Compton” and the police had to escort us out, ‘cos the Crips and the Bloods were not gonna let us leave alive!

Who’s idea was that? Seems kinda dangerous…

I would say the record company. It was Tim Dog and Cypress Hill on a tour bus, we toured all over the United States. Of course Cypress Hill lived in LA so they were gonna do a song in LA. We couldn’t get on stage at all! But then we had a college show to do the next day, and Ice-T came to the rescue. They were telling us at the university, ‘You guys won’t be able to perform here or leave the campus because all y’all niggas are gonna be dead’. Ice-T came to the rescue, because Tim Dog and us was all part of the Zulu Nation, so Ice-T was Zulu Nation so he came through and made peace between Tim Dog and the Crips and the Bloods. So we still got to perform at the university, but we didn’t perform the song “Fuck Compton” – which everyone wanted to hear! I don’t know what part of LA we was in, but they hated Compton!

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what is the story of that t-shirt text?

Comment by k 02.20.13 @

@k: It’s from a Naughty By Nature song. That’s Vinnie sporting it.

Comment by Robbie Ettelson 02.20.13 @



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