Bay Area rap legend San Quinn and Sacramento rapper/producer C-DUBB released their new collaboration album “The Mob Hour Continues” on 11/10.
The new release contains fourteen tracks produced by C-DUBB of Mobbmuzik. This is a solid release from San Quinn and C-DUBB, who also released their single “All My One’s” with an accompanying visual. “The Mob Hour Continues” is well put together, and contains a handful of features that sound really nice over the Sacramento producers signature mob production.
Listen to “All My Ones” closely, as C-DUBB teases listeners with that “Explosive Mode” sound which catapulted Messy Marv & San Quinn into the national spotlight with their own collaborative album, in 1998.
“The Mob Hour Continues” has many highlights. Rap fans will be pleased with what San Quinn and C-DUBB have cooked up for their listeners. C-DUBB always delivers monster slaps, which pair well with San Francisco rapper San Quinn’s flow. The two have collaborated on various songs, in the past.
“Get Low” features San Quinn’s fellow San Francisco GLP (Get Low Playaz) member/founder… Fillmoe rap legend JT The Bigga Figga! C-DUBB did an outstanding job with putting this track together, taking Bay Area rap fans back to the late 90’s when the Bay Area became a hot spot for independent music.
“Official” features a rising talented hip hop artist from Santa Cruz, CA named SpenDoe. SpenDoe truly delivers here, bringing a dope and unique fow to the “mob inspired” track alongside San Quinn, C-DUBB, and an energetic fast paced rapper who goes by the name of Russell Falco’n. This is truly a Bay Area rap gem that music listeners will surely gravitate toward. This one is a real heater!
“From Sac To The Bay” is a 1996 bonus track, which features Sky Balla & P Game. This is truly a time capsule track, and a real treat. This original track from the late 90’s, blends well with the overall sound of the album.
Album link to all music platforms: https://songwhip.com/san-quinn/the-mob-hour-continues