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How The West Was Won : Warm Brew Interview for The Hundreds

Richard sat down with rap trio Warm Brew for The Hundreds

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Warm Brew might not be your typical set of friends or rap group these days, but they are Red Bull Records’ first hip-hop artist, and they’re definitely the hometown favorites. At a time where everyone seems to be missing that G-Funk sound of the West Coast, here are three middle school friends bringing it straight to your doorstep. Their last jobs include slangin’ tamales and catering for Casablanca, but now their mission is proving to Red Bull Records and Dom Kennedy’s OPM label that the chance they took with Warm Brew was their best decision yet. And with the release of their latest EP Diagnosis, you could say Warm Brew has done just that.

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Warm Brew – “Ghetto Beach Boyz”

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1 – Loose Ends [03:42]
2 – Can Ya Blame Me [03:45]
3 – Bringin Me Home [04:13]
4 – Hold on to Her (feat. Dom Kennedy) [04:38]
5 – Whispers [03:41]
6 – In a Bottle (feat. Arima Aderra) [03:37]
7 – Now You Know (feat. Hugh Augustine) [03:24]
8 – W$ Phonk [03:53]
9 – We Can Do It (feat. Tunji) [05:16]
10 – A1day1 (feat. Racella) [03:48]
11 – Live from Wembley (feat. Azizi Gibson) [05:23]

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