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DJ Quik (born David Martin Blake on January 18, 1970) is a West Coast rapper and record producer from Compton, California. He was raised at 436 West Spruce Street in Compton, California. As a teen he took up an affiliation with the Tree Top Piru Bloods, hence why his name is spelled Quik with the C conspicuously missing. A lot of Bloods would let the name "Quick" (because CK stands for Crip Killer) but he chose "Quik" to represent the… read more

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  • Avatar for BoBs933
    Quik > DRE. [3]
  • Avatar for FB16
    Quik > DRE. [2]
  • Avatar for SimonePerrota
    Definitely had its moments, e.g. Trapped on the Tracks.
  • Avatar for tobacconist
    @SimonePerrota : maybe you're right because I haven't all of his work , yet. but there are songs on ML that I fuckin dig alot.
  • Avatar for R_Mansour
    Quik > DRE.
  • Avatar for SimonePerrota
    With all that said, I don't think The Midnight Life is so bad it's shocking! Anyway, Quik's been putting out good albums for years so he can afford a dud. I will always remain a fan.
  • Avatar for SimonePerrota
    LuxDel! I knew I couldn't be the only one. It's as if people are riding it to death because, frankly, it's cool to like Quik these days. I mean, just look at the reviews. There's nothing today's music critics love more than a story and good timing. (I think Quik's become a lot more outspoken yet press-savvy during the last few years). Quik's currently getting a lot of love and long-overdue acknowledgement, which is GREAT but not an excuse to label a mediocre album anything other than what it is.
  • Avatar for LuxDel
    dont be nice v. Midnight Life is bad, so bad it's shocking. 2nd II None's 2014 album was a million times better.
  • Avatar for SimonePerrota
    It's okay but...meh. Abundantly obvious to those who know his catalogue that he's put out considerably better records.
  • Avatar for tobacconist
    this album fuckin rules [2]

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