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The SAS Gang will tell you firsthand that it's survivial of the fittest with an eye for an eye mentality from the cradle to the grave.
SASTV: "Arms & Hammers: The Foundation is a short 15-minute film about everyday life in the City of Los Angeles.
Home to many of the greatest albums that Hip-Hop has ever seen, the West Coast tradition is one of longstanding glory and pride.
"Hand guns, hand grenades, Single action, double action, Derringers, semiautomatics, Revolving pistols, machine guns." The SAS Gang is heavily pushing their latest release Arms and Hammers. An official preview stream of the album went up last week, but the promo hasn't stopped there.
Home to Rip Ridaz and Damus, palm trees, sandy beaches and a million and one sports teams, California needs a wide scope to capture the ambiance of its daily happenings. And since two heads are better than one, Strong Arm Steady has extra insurance on their investment with three members in Krondon, Mitchy Slick and Phil Da Agony.
For those of you that don't know, every great song didn't necessarily come together by intentional design. Producers do shop their beats around and in most cases, the highest bidder usual skates off with the track. While you were carefully enjoying the soulful smoothie known as "The Joy" by Kanye West and Jay-Z, the Strong Arm Steady trio already had their version locked and loaded.
Remember how gats were blurred out in videos for years? Strong Arm Steady says fuck that as they're stalkin' gat fools and walkin' jack moves in broad daylight. Drippin' with West Coast flavor, S.A.S. are a hard workin' crew; already prepping for their 2011 album Arms & Hammers with this joint right here.
The Lord Yahweh works in mysterious ways.