Forever Hustlin' Ray Luv. Forever Hustlin'. This album has an average beat per minute of 110 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 78/176 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Forever Hustlin'. BPM Profile Forever Hustlin'. Album starts at 82BPM, ends at 82BPM (+0), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing).
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Forever Hustlin' (1995). Forever Hustlin' - Ray Luv albümü. Album by Ray Luv. Last Nite by Ray Luv feat. is a remix of. Last Nite (Original Version) by Ray Luv feat. Stephanie Miller (1993). Definition of Ah Hustla' by Ray Luv feat.
Ray Luv - Forever Hustlin' Songtext. rich A nigga's guilty quick if he starts rippin shit I ain't your dopeman, cassettes is all you copy with Slangin tapes and gettin bent, this is how we represent And if you're lookin counterfeit, fools might ask what set you're with But back up in the Bay they don't play off of what you wearin Niggas trip. off silly shit, like hoes and other niggas starin Forever strugglin, too much to be jugglin Your boy's on the run g, forever hustlin. Just a playa with some g-a-m-e".
In the tradition of classic Bay Area rap, following the lineage of artists such as the Mack, Mac Dre and Mac Mall, Ray Luv delivers funked-out "tales of triple beams and ice cream. With a lyrical style similar to that of 2Pac (during the late '80s the two emcees were in a group together called Strictly Dope), Ray Luv chronicles his participation in the game with a flare that's much respected throughout Northern Cali and beyond.
Ray Tyson, better known by his stage name Ray Luv, is an American Bay Area rapper from Santa Rosa, California who is best known for his contribution to the Hyphy Movement in the mid 1990's. Ray Tyson was born on April 16, 1972, in San Francisco, and was raised in Santa Rosa, California. Early in his career Ray Luv performed alongside Tupac Shakur in the group Strictly Dope, a group based in Santa Rosa, California.
Ray Luv formed a rap group named Strictly Dope with 2Pac in the late 80s. In 1995, he released "Forever Hustlin," which put him on the map locally. Ray Luv was part of the rap scene that grew out of Vallejo, California during the 1990s. Acts such as Mac Mall, Dubee Aka Sugawolf, E-40, Mac Dre, Young Lay and others put Vallejo's rap scene on the map during the 1990s. San Francisco based radio station 10. FM KMEL helped these acts get (locally) famous by giving them much deserved air time.