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Alkaholiks
1 October, 2012 2:44 pm

New material from the upcoming Beatnuts + Alkaholiks collaborative album, Liknuts, with “Bang”.

26 August, 2012 2:29 pm

The most anticipated track from Xzibit’s Napalm gets leaked.

14 August, 2012 9:43 am

Awesome. Directed by James Wade. Filmed at Real Results Gym in Las Vegas.

5 April, 2011 2:18 pm

Daaam! New video of the title track off of J-Ro’s upcomming EP Pay The Price. Directed by I Suppose. Nice.

11 November, 2010 4:26 am

Before King Tee took The Alkaholiks under his wing, they were known as E.S.P., which stood for Educated Street Poets. This was around 1991 or so. Presenting another one from the HHS cassette archive, we present you the Liks original E.S.P. demo tape, which would eventually lead to “I Got It Bad Ya’ll”. The rest [cont.]

8 July, 2009 11:29 am

It’s been 10 years since Catashtrophy dropped Rap Life and a lot has changed. No longer is the west coast a powerhouse in the music industry. The same can say for former Liks label, Loud Records, who has now been out of business nearly as long as it has taken for Tash to drop another [cont.]

24 January, 2006 12:00 am

When gangsta rap was ruling the airwaves and the charts, there were few from the west coast that didn’t follow the trend.  The Alkoholiks were part of that few.  With E-Swift on the boards and J-Ro and Tash on the mic,  “Tha Liks” carved out a sound all their own in the early and mid-90′s [cont.]

1 January, 2001 12:00 am

While The Alkaholiks return minus a few syllables (please now refer to them as Tha Liks). The trio’s first LP in four-years, X.O. Experience, has a very familiar theme; which J-Ro elegantly reiterates on “Bullyfoot”—”keep it pouring motherfucker till it hurts to swallow.” Though Tash & J-Ro’s frat-boy exuberance still runs rampant, the groupÂ’s return [cont.]

1 January, 1999 12:00 am

Once naming himself the dopest lyricist on the west coast, The Alkaholiks’ Catashtrophe aka Tash aka Rico, hopes to prove that to the rest of the world with the release of his solo album, “Rap Life”, coming soon on Loud Records. We sat down with him and entered the mind of one of the most [cont.]

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