Stereo Jr. (Oh No Remix) - 2013

Strong Arm Steady

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Strong Arm Steady Biography

Strong Arm Steady was formed in the shadows of the West Coast’s Death Row Records movement, which at one time, loomed large over much of the region’s talent. Many Los Angeles artists—themselves students and children of Death Row—were becoming frustrated at the gang mentality that colored perceptions of their burgeoning underground. Out of that frustration came resourcefulness and unity, and as unity grew into community, L.A.’s indie scene began to blossom, not in opposition to Death Row, but as an alternative. They are the new generation. They are Strong Arm Steady.

The original crew consists of like-minded MCs, DJs, and producers who are among California’s best: Krondon, Phil da Agony, Mitchy Slick, Xzibit, Chase Infinite, Planet Asia, DJ Khalil, and DJ Truly OdD. To best represent the Strong Arm Steady brand for the purposes of recording and touring, the collective was pared down to four in Krondon, Phil Da Agony, Mitchy Slick, and Xzibit. As the business of music came more into play, Xzibit departed, leaving the remaining three as the group’s core.

Krondon, the literal and figurative voice of Strong Arm Steady, was born and raised in South Central, L.A. and began his career with the classic “The Rules” 12-inch collaboration with Truly OdD. While coming up in local hip-hop circles, Krondon would often encounter Phil Da Agony of the Barbershop MCs and King Tee’s Likwit Crew. The pair began hanging out in the late 90s, forming a friendship that would soon become a career partnership.


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