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And they do what they do so well over some trademark West Coast rap productions. They work with some of California's best producers to lay down knee-deep funky beats and Pacific-fresh catchy hooks. On their first album, Wild 'n tha West, they worked with the likes of veteran producer Chris "The Glove" Taylor and the one and only Nate Dogg, among many others. The result: their breakthrough single, "High Come Down." On their second album, Parallel, they worked with an even more noteworthy roster of talent, ranging from producers like Dogg Pound legend Daz Dillinger and G-Unit beat-maker No I.D. to the contagiously sexy voice of Truth Hurts and the widely esteemed raps of Defari. The result: another hit single, "Land of Sunshine," and an even better album than their debut. ~ Jason Birchmeier, Rovi