Forgotten Rap Skits: Threat – Cheating Gal Trilogy
Wednesday November 27th 2013,
Filed under: Features,LA LA Big City Of Dreams,Skits,Steady Bootleggin',The 90's Files
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DJ Pooh and Threat put together this trilogy of skits on the superb Sickinnahead LP in 1992, as a prospective player named Joe attempts to creep with a gal named Kim without alerting her boyfriend. Forget De La Soul and NWA skitnology, the layers at work here as Kim fakes-out her man is Oscar-worthy.

Bonus – Sickinnahead TV promo:

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Look this Skit is ok at Best…Not Fucking wit anything NWA or Da La has done on there albums. And DJ Pooh Had Better skits on King Tee albums then this Fam. Dope Slepped on Album from Threat and Dj Pooh. Love the Promo video!!

Comment by DialTone 11.27.13 @

These skits work on so many levels. This type of situation wouldn’t even be possible in the text message era. Perhaps the greatest revelation is Threat’s real name is Joe? He had previously ghostwritten for Yo Yo and Eazy-E but his name had always appeared as Threat in the credits.

The album is a personal top 10 of all time. The last wave of killer west coast rap albums with that pre- Chronic sound came in 1993 [probably recorded in 1992].KAM’s debut, Yo Yo’s 3rd album, Tupac’s “Strictly…” and this joint are all personal classics.

Comment by hotbox 11.27.13 @

Aye this that gangster shit big homie. Aye this what we bumped on the way to “macdonalds” to do some jackin maine. “Peep Game” maine, Cali life been “already crazy”

Comment by Clap @ 12.06.13 @

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