Ha..ok..so..about two years ago a certain big headed rapper who thought he was macho cheese (I think he called himself the 50 cent piece or something) decided to diss another hard working, trying-to-make-a-name-for-myself-and-a-little bread-on-the-side-rapper type aliased the Jadakiss. Jadakiss rebutted with a song entitled checkmate.
While pumping said song and getting our grooves right, me (The Calico Cutter) and my accomplice The Fat Cat decided that this wack 50 cent piece character had similar wankster like qualities to those of a select few in our friend group. The only plausible plan of action here was to release a diss track.
Then..lightning struck! Word got out of our plans for a lyrical onslaught, and our wacked out nemesii (nemesissess??) united under the flamboyant title Weapons of Mass Destruction. Now sworn enemies to the grave WMD's Agent O-Range, Anthrax, and N-Bomb would face a quick, but painful death on several fronts. The Alley cats had risen and a new day had dawned in the world of hip hop.
1) Weapons of Mass Suction release track "Pre-Emptive Strike" - not a lot of publicity, doesn't go over well with the masses
2) The long awaited Alley Cats single "Counterstrike" is released. It was worth the wait, performance praised by world renown critics.
3)Alley cats recruit two new members in the iterim between tracks. Jigga Jagga the Jaguar, an up and coming artist with large, but latent lyrical potential. And the Pink Panther, a self-titled ghetto superstar with a hot flow, a little too much enthusiasm and a hunger for eating MCs.
4)A second track is recorded, but victory comes not without hardship. Fat Cat is isolated in a far off corporate wonderland, but shows his devotion by recording his track remotely "through the wire". C Cutta and Pink Panther manage to stay together and carry the weight of the crew on their backs. Jigga Jagga the new recruit finds the game too intimidating, does not record his track and reverts to video games, friend neglection and sweet danish pastries. A silence follows.
5)One year later, the now three Alley Cats reunite and release their second official single "In My Arms" where Pink Panther makes a viscious eye-opening debut. The track explicity disrespects Jigga Jagga and audiences are left in awe as the single crushes the former alley cat crew member.
6)The unreleased "Take No Prisoners" track is released without the previously intended Jigga Jagga verse. Double P cements his position as a now permanent and vital member of the AC crew. The single blows the charts away and remains a timeless classic.
7)The hip hop community eagerly awaits more Alley Cat action.
Not currently, looking to book a few gigs in the future: house parties, block parties, hood bbqs and your local saturday roller skating jams.
I wasn't like every other kid, you know, who dreams about being an astronaut, I was always more interested in what bark was made out of on a tree. Richard Gere's a real hero of mine. Sting. Sting would be another person who's a hero. The music he's created over the years, I don't really listen to it, but the fact that he's making it, I respect that. I care desperately about what I do. Do I know what product I'm selling? No. Do I know what I'm doing today? No. But I'm here, and I'm gonna give it my best shot.
Unrivalled state of the art production, rhymes so thick you couldn't cut 'em with a knife and general gangster-like tactics
WMD and any other wannabe, so you think you can rhyme crew that aint sittin on dub sacks and whos shit aint spinnin better watch demselves.