Zuma Dogg's Summer Jamz of 2007
Memorial Day kicks off summer which means we can finally show the world our ripped bodies we've been working on all winter and skateboard down the boardwalk grinding to our favorite summer jamz.
City Hall's favorite taxpayer, Zuma Dogg was nice enough to share with us what we would probably hear if we wound up over at his pad sharing mother nature and working on plans to save the world.
Where do you start? I like electronic/trance/ambiant the most, when it is available; like on satellite or the right internet cafe. Reggae, too. (Both are underplayed on LA radio.) But here are 20 influential albums in the life of ZD. And to everyone I have met, spoken to on the phone, corresponded with by email, everyone quietly paying attention, and those who covered my community activism this past year...heeeel yeaaaaaaaah! Oh the realest, Dough! www.zumadogg.blogspot.com
Check out his jamz after the jump.
Run-DMC - Greatest Hits
Bee Gees - Greatest Hits
Led Zeppelin - Remastered
Public Enemy - Yo! Bum Rush The Show
AC/DC - Back in Black
Bob Marley - Legend
U2 - Acthung Baby
NWA - Greatest Hits
Pink Floyd - Box Set
Dr. Dre - The Chronic
Doors - Best of
KISS - Alive II
Whitestarr - Fillith Tillith
Daddy Yankee - Daddy Yankee (representing reggaton, in general)
Bruce Springsteen - Darkness on the Edge of Town
Snoop Dogg - Doggy Style
Greenday - American Idot
Sade - Best of
Elton John - Greatest Hits '70-'72
Zuma Dogg - Greatest Hits Vol. 2
Feel free to go to vsocial.com to see some rare ZD videos not posted on YouTube. Or if you refuse to surf anywhere other than LAist and YouTube, ZD created a music video channel on youtube at www.youtube.com/toptubes. "Since we are talking about music, you can really see what inspires ZD, cause I'm more of a 'music' fan, than anything else in life.
photo of Daddy Yankee and Snoop Dogg via Daddy Yankee's Myspace