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Hip-hop's hottest artists from the west coast resurrect the funk
with their tribute to the G-Funk godfather, Roger Troutman.
The tribute album titled, Still More Bounce, will feature interpretations of Troutman's sound as performed by
Snoop Dogg, Xzibit, DPG (Kurupt, Daz Dillinger), Chico DeBarge, Ice T, Tha Liks (J Ro, Tash, E-Swift), Ras Kass, B Real, Stylz, Kam, and introducing Wolfpac Records artists, Shae Fiol, and Merciless Styles. The album to be released May 14, 2002 will be executive produced by James "J Ro" Robinson (Tha Liks) and partner Harlan "Wolf" Morgan for Wolfpac Records. "Troutman's musical influence totally changed the sound of West Coast hip-hop. Every rapper and producer I know felt a loss from his sudden death, so it was no problem getting MCs especially from the west coast and mid-west to bounce on the tribute album," explains J Ro. His partner and co-CEO, Wolf of Wolfpac Records, adds, "Wolfpac Records is honored to do this album. J Ro planted the seed and the artists' watered it, but Roger Troutman provided the light. We felt it was our duty to pay tribute to the pioneer of the talkbox; hence Still More Bounce, a hip-hop classic was cultivated. Roger was the innovator of a funky unique sound that all of Hip-Hop has come to embrace. " Still More Bounce, is very different from Tribute To Roger Troutman released in 2000 including new songs recorded by a who's who of west coast hip-hop, whereas Tribute To Roger featured previously released catalog songs from artist who either sampled Zapp & Roger Troutman or did remakes of his work. "Most of the songs from this album will be heard for the first time with the exception of Chico DeBarge's remake of "I Wanna Be Your Man" and "Slow & Easy" produced by G-Blacc. "Rather than reproduce what Troutman has already created, we chose to produce an interpretation of the sound Roger Troutman and Zapp made popular. He's the originator of the talkbox, and handclap sound that laid the foundation for G Funk hip-hop," explains J Ro.

TRACKLISTING:
01. The - Intro
02. Rass Kass, B-Real, Kam, Tash & Spice-1 - Still More Bounce
03. Snoop Dogg, Tray-D, 4-Tay & Roger Troutman - Throw It Up
04. Merciless Stylz, J Wells & K Boogs - Crushed Grapes
05. J Ro & Daz - Make You Dance (prod Blaqtoven)
06. Defari, Merciless Stylz & Phil Da Agony - Bad Days
07. Ice-T, Xzibit, Kurupt, Mac Mall & King T - Get On Down
08. J Ro - Sweat

09. Lil' Beau & Salim - Let Me C' Ya
10. Chico Debarge & Shae Fiol - I Wanna Be Your Man
11. Merciless Stylz & G Blacc - Just 4 U
12. Mirror & Tasha Scott - Slow & Easy
13. Myesha Meks & Wally Ali - Brokenhearted

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