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The 100 Best L.A. Rap Songs

72. King Tee "Act A Fool" (1988)

Album: Act A Fool
Label: Capitol
Producer: DJ Pooh

King Tee came up alongside OG's like Ice-T and Kid Frost, and the title cut from his 1988 debut shows why he's considered a pioneer of West Coast rap. You better get ready when King Tee is about to act a fool. On this West Coast classic he details the events of a wild Friday night with rough rhymes about cruising the streets of L.A., getting drunk, and smacking up a gold-digger at a party. Oh Tee, you a fool for this one. 

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