Rap Life is the solo debut album by West Coast hip hop artist, Tash. It was released in 1999, two years before and after Tash's albums with Tha Liks. It received positive critical reception, but was not too commercially successful. It reached #148 on The Billboard 200, but reached #1 on the Top Heatseekers chart, which measures underground acclaim. It had two charting singles—the title track and "Bermuda Triangle." The lack of further success of this album is odd considering its high-profile guest appearances from Outkast, Xzibit and B-Real of Cypress Hill amongst others. Still, many positive things have been said about the album such as that it is a "beacon of hope for the West's resurgence."