The West Coast doesn't seem to have the same generational divides within rap as some of the other regions of America. "Save All That Love" is a good indication of this, assembling range of performers in Too Short, Mozzy, Nef The Pharaoh, and Mistah F.A.B., who sound not only comfortable on the same track, but complimentary. The instrumental gives the four collaborators a Bay Area bounce that they're all pretty familiar with, but each performer brings their own distinct flavor.
We spoke to Mozzy last year about his hometown of Sacramento and its relation to the Bay Area. He spoke of why he felt he's been able to break out of the regional bubble within the scene. "'Cause I'm making something different so people is gravitating to it," he said. "Just funny bones with the shit that we talk about. The shit that we talk about goes on worldwide. Real life events. And they tapping into it. And I'm a little more aggressive with it. There ain’t no other options. I'mma die doing this." Mozzy released his One Top Ahk project earlier this year.
Both Too Short and Nef The Pharaoh appeared on Snoop Dogg's "Toss It" from his 15th studio album Neva Left, released earlier this year.
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Her man, she wanna call me and creep
Narcolepsy, she gon' suck me to sleep
Bust all on her cheeks
Neffy a Chief, but I don't smoke on Keef
Offense, so I threw he on D
And then she threw it on me