Tsunami Brothers

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Tsunami Brothers
Also known as Tsunami Bros.
Origin Redondo Beach, CA United States
Genres Hip hop
Years active 2003–present
Labels Suburban Noize Records
Associated acts Kottonmouth Kings
Subnoize Souljaz
Kingspade
Website Tsuanmi Brothers
Members DJ Bobby B(Turntables)
DJ Shakey Bonez(Drums, Turntables)
Additional Personnel
Doug Carrion (guitars)
Lou Dog(Drums)

The Tsunami Brothers consists of DJ Bobby B and DJ Shakey Bonez (D-Loc) who are best known from the Kottonmouth Kings.

Tsunami Bros Creation[edit]

At soundcheck during Kottonmouth Kings tours the two would jump behind the turntables to pass the time. After numerous tours they decided to take their ideas and record them. Bobby B worked on the scratching along with Bonez who also worked on the drums. From there Bobby B laid down the rest of the production. This resulted in the two inviting all the artists on Suburban Noize, at the time, to come down and record vocals over their beats. Guest vocalists include the vocalists of the Kottonmouth Kings (and Pakelika too), Judge D, Big B, Phunk Junkeez, and Kona Gold.

Discography[edit]

King Harbor
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Studio album by Tsunami Brothers
Released July 22, 2003
Recorded 2003
Genre Hip hop
Label Suburban Noize
Producer DJ Bobby B

King Harbor (2003)[edit]

King Harbor is Tsunami Brothers' debut album and was released on July 22, 2003.[1]

# Title Featured guest(s) Time
1 Enter The Temple Chucky Styles 4:16
2 Evil's Daddy X, Johnny Richter, Judge D 3:35
3 Hands Like Bombs 4:05
4 Building Pakelika Robots Pakelika 3:40
5 Here Come The Tsunami Brothers 3:23
6 Watch'n Time Fly 4:28
7 Tidal Wave 4:58
8 The Crab Shack Special T.J. Lavin, Big B, and
Soulman and Milky
3:40
9 Rice In The Fader Chucky Styles 3:08
10 D.G.A.F. Kona Gold, D-Loc,
Big Bloe, and Big B
2;10
11 Classic Burger Johnny Richter and Mekelly 4:21

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