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OUR NEW STORE "VALLEJO STREET SHOW" IS NOW OPEN
STORES HOURS 11AM TO 7PM.
612 MARIN STREET DOWNTOWN VALLEJO!
Tel: 707-649-2669


Store hours: 11am - 7.00pm, Monday - Saturday
415 Grand Ave. #103
S. San Francisco, CA 94080

650-588-6033


Rated # 1 Over 5 Years

ENTER FRISCO STREET SHOW

 

Welcome to
FRISCO STREET SHOW

Frisco Street Show, is your one stop store/information center. We will attempt to provide you with any and all information about your favorite Bay Area rapper or group, from the Pioneers to the New Jacks in this
Bay Area rap game, we'll give it to you uncut, straight from the streets, we'll keep you up on all new releases, what's coming soon, who's hot and any Bay Area rap news available to us, we're also the source for hard to find Tapes and CD's.
We've got some major playas in this rap game, and it's time to let the whole country know. So whenever you hear the name FRISCO STREET SHOW, or see the logo, you know it represents Bay Area rappers and fans big or small.

This club is for you the fan, so you can stay ahead of this fast movin Bay Area Rap game.

Disclaimer: Due to recent charge backs from a couple of credit card companies for fraudulent
charges The name and address on all orders must match the
billing info of the card being used for orders to be accepted.

We do accept all major credit cards or you may send a money order to the following name and address:

Frisco Street Show
612 MARIN STREET
VALLEJO, CA 94590

Thank you

 

Return Policy: You can not return open CDs or tapes
Shipping: Please allow all orders 2 to 10 days to arrive.
Complaints: Please call for all Complaints Big or Small 650-588-6033

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OUR NEW STORE "VALLEJO STREET SHOW" IS NOW OPEN
STORES HOURS 11AM TO 7PM.
612 MARIN STREET DOWNTOWN VALLEJO!
Tel: 707-649-2669

NOW AVAILABLE AT BOTH STORES:
"MAC DRE" RIP (REST IN PEACE) POSTER
PRICE 5.99

R.I.P.
Mac Dre


Artist:
Mac Dre
Title:
Thizz Nation Vol 1

PRICE: CD $12.99
Featuring:

Mac Mall, Yong Dru.Dubbie, Mista Fab, and much more

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Artist:
Mac Dre
Title:
Thizz Nation Vol 2

PRICE: CD $12.99
Featuring:

Mac Mall, Yong Dru.Dubbie, Mista Fab, and much more

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Artist:
Mac Dre
Title:
The Appearances

Featuring:
Cougnut, Messy Marv, Daz Dillinger, Andre Nickatina, Spice 1, Rappin 4Tay, Snoop Dogg, & more...
PRICE: DoubleCD $15.99

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Artist:
Mac Dre
Title:
The Best of Mac Dre 2


PRICE: Double CD $15.99

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Artist:
Mac Dre
Title:
Stupid Doo Doo Dumb

PRICE: CD $13.99

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Artist:
Mac Dre
Title:
The Rompalation BEST OF

PRICE: CD $13.99

OUT OF STOCK


Artist:
Mac Dre
Title:
Young Black Brotha

PRICE: CD $13.99

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Artist:
Mac Dre
Title:
Rapper Gone Bad

PRICE: CD $13.99

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Artist:
Mac Dre
Title:
Mac Dre is the Name

PRICE: CD $13.99

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Hard To Find

Artist:
Mac Dre
Title:

Back N Da Hood
PRICE: Tape: $15.99

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Hard To Find

Artist:
Mac Dre
Title:

Whats Really Going On?
PRICE: Tape: $15.99

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Artist:
Mac Dre
Title:

The Game is Thick Part 2

Featuring:
Rick Moss, Messy Marv, AP-9,
Don P, Luni Coleone and I-Rocc.

PRICE: CD/DVD $14.99

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Title:
Reel Talk Vol. 1
Mac Dre Thizzed Out

Movie (DVD)
PRICE: Movie $15.99

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Artist:
Mac Dre
Title:
Do You Remember

PRICE: CD $15.99

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Artist:
Mac Dre
Presents
Title:
Mac Dammit Man & Friends

PRICE: CD $15.99

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Artist:
Mac Dre
Title:
Thizzelle Washington

PRICE: CD $15.99

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Artist:
Mac Dre

Title:
It's Not What You Say
It's How You Say It

PRICE: CD $15.99

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Artist:
Mac Dre

Title:
Mac Dre's the Name
PRICE: CD $15.99

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Artist:
Mac Dre
Title:
Al Boo Boo

Featuring:
Rich the Factor, Rush, Sky Baller and Young Dru

PRICE: CD/DVD $15.99

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Artist:
Treal T.V.
Hosted by Thizzelle Washington

(Mac Dre)

Featuring:
Mac Dre Biography, Video from "Rapper Gone Bad, Video from "Fire" , Extensive Coverage of the Northern California Hip-Hop Scene.

PRICE: DVD $15.99

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Artist:
Mac Dre Presents

Title:
Little Bruce

Featuring:
B-Legit, Mac Minister, Shorty B, Big Sky, Outlawz, Dubee, N2Deep, and many more...
PRICE: CD $14.99

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Artist:
Mac Dre

Title:
Ronald Dregan

PRICE: CD $13.99

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Artist:
Mac Dre

Title:
The Genie of the Lamp

PRICE: CD $13.99

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Artist:
Treal T.V.

Title:
The Soundtrack

Hosted by Thizzelle Washington
PRICE: CD $13.99

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Artist:
Mac Dre
Title:
Heart of Gangsta, Mind of a Hustler, Tongue of a Pimp

Featuring:
Harm, Keak Da Sneak, Imiami Tha Most, PSD, Doe Rae Mi, One Drop Scott, and many more...
PRICE: CD $13.99

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Artist:
Mac Dre Presents
Title:
Sumthin' Terrible

Featuring:
Mac Dre, Miami, B.A., Husalah, Rydah J.Klyde, and many more...
PRICE: CD $13.99

OUT OF STOCK


Artist:
Mac Dre
Title:
The Rompilation
PRICE: CD $15.99

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Artist:
The Rompalation 2
Title:
Compilation 
PRICE: CD $15.99

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Artist:
The Rompalation III
Title:
Comp.

PRICE: CD $15.99

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Title:
23109
Exhibition of Speed

Featuring Interviews with:
Mac Dre, Yukmouth, Mac Mall, Mistah F.A.B., Rydah J. Klyde, and many more...
PRICE: DVD $15.99

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Artist:
Mac Dre Presents...
Syko

Title:

Amerikkan Syko
Featuring:
Mac Dre, Dubee, Messy Marv, Luni Coleone, and More.
PRICE: CD $11.99

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Artist:
Compalation
Title:
Rompalation Allstars

PRICE: CD $12.99
Featuring:

Dubee, Da' Unda Dogg, J. Diggs, Seff Da Gaffla, San Quinn, Meez-Ilian, Young Dru, and More....

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Artist:
Miami's
Title:
Collection of Dope

Featuring:
Mac Dre, Jay Tee, B-12, Don Cisco, & more...
PRICE: CD $15.99

OUT OF STOCK


Artist:
FriscoStreetShow.com
Presents

Title:
This Is How We Eat
DVD

STUDIO FOOTAGE, CONCERTS, FREESTYLES, SYDESHOWS, INTERVIEWS PLUS HARD TO FIND BAYAREA CLASSIC VIDEOS, THIS DVD RUNS ABOUT 2 Hours !
FEATURING LUNI COLEONE, BE LEGIT, JACKA AND HUSALAH OF THE MOB FIGAZ, MESSY MARV, BLACK C OF RBL, SAN QUINN, MAC DRE, JT THE BIGGA FIGGA, CELLSKI, NOBLE OF THE OUTLAWZ, 4-TAY, TOO SHORT, AND MUCH MORE , PLUS A CHOPPED AND SCREWED "THIS IS HOW WE EAT" CD


PRICE: DVD $13.99

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Artist:
FriscoStreetShow.com
Presents

Title:
This Is How We Eat


ALL NEW SONGS FROM:
B-LEGIT, JACKA (MOB FIGAZ), SAN QUINN, LUNI COLEONE, CELLSKI, KILLA TAY, KEAK DA SNEAK, JT THE BIGGA FIGGA, MAC DRE, MESSY MARV, BLACK C (RBL) 4-TAY, YOUNG NOBLE (OUTLAWZ), AP9 (MOB FIGAZ), DAZ DILLINGER, HUSALAH (MOB FIGAZ), GUCE AND RICH DA FACTOR!


PRICE: CD $11.99

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R.I.P.
Mac Dre


Mac Dre is killed
By RACHEL RASKIN-ZRIHEN, Times-Herald staff writer

Former Vallejoan Andre Hicks, better known as rap artist Mac Dre, was killed early Monday in Kansas City, Mo., when the van he was riding in was shot at and the driver lost control and crashed.
Kansas City Police Department homicide detective Steve Morgan said police weren't confirming Monday if Hicks, 34, was killed in the shooting or from being ejected from the car, though "both incidents occurred."

The shooting occurred at about 5:30 a.m. as the white van with Hicks a passenger was northbound on U.S. 71, a four-lane highway running through the heart of town, the Kansas City Star reported.

"Someone drove alongside the driver's side of the van, and an occupant began shooting," police told the Star. "That car also bumped the van. The victim's car careened across a grassy highway median and then the southbound lanes before crashing down a steep embankment."

Police don't know or aren't yet saying if the incident was random or if Hicks was intentionally targeted. An investigation is under way, Morgan said.

Hicks, the only one killed, was pronounced dead at the scene, police said. The driver apparently crawled out of the wreckage to get help, the Star reported.

Hicks, a Sacramento resident, was in Kansas City over the weekend for a concert. He performed in Kansas City, Kan., Friday night, Morgan said.

Mac Dre was a role model for young Vallejoans, though "not necessarily a positive one," said Peoples High School campus supervisor Shama Newton.

"It's tragic. He was definitely a pioneer in Vallejo, for sure," said Newton, a local church pastor. "We've got to stop the violence. It's getting ridiculous.

"He could have made a positive difference. His legacy could have been so much better. I've met him and he was a good person, but he felt he had to stay to the hype."

Peoples Principal Latyna Young said learning of the rapper's death Monday added to her students' general anxiety.

Peoples junior DaMont Robinson, 16, said he was a big Mac Dre fan. "This is a tragedy. He was a good rapper," Robinson said. "Anybody could listen to him and know where he was coming from."

Vallejo native Joey Colombo, 21, said Mac Dre was his favorite rapper. "He was just crazy with his rhymes, and his beats were really good," Colombo said.

"It's sad," said Tajeana Phillips, a 16-year-old Peoples junior. "I grew up with him. I live in the (Country Club) Crest (area of Vallejo). He made it better for the Crest. He showed us we could make it, that we could do it. It don't make sense."

Randy Acosta, 17, a Peoples senior, said he was having trouble accepting the news of Mac Dre's death Monday afternoon. "I don't want to believe it. There's been rumors (of him dying) before that weren't true, so I didn't want to believe this. It's a tragedy. It's too much. Everyone was talking about it in school today, even the teachers. But I still don't believe it."

That Hicks died violently might not come as much of a shock to those familiar with the gangsta rapper's history.

Hicks was arrested in December 1991 at age 21 after a gas station shoot-out in which he was allegedly involved, along with five others. He served three years in prison for conspiracy and attempted bank robbery in Fresno, following an April 1992 arrest. Hicks' first album, "Young Black Brotha," was released that same year.

Hicks was released from prison in February 1996.

Hicks was linked to a rash of pizza restaurant robberies, along with a group dubbed the Romper Room Gang, as well as to a string of bank and credit union robberies that netted more than $1.5 million from more than 40 northern California institutions between 1995 and 1997.

Ahmed and Rageh Almor-aissi, owners of the Double A Smokeshop on Tennessee Street, were shocked and saddened by the news.

"We do business with Dre's' company, Thizz Entertainment. We know them. Somebody called me this morning and asked if it was true. I made some calls and found out it was. It's sad," said Rageh Almoraissi, 23, as Mac Dre's latest CD, "The Game is Thick Part 2," played in the background of the shop.

"I can't believe it," Ahmed Almoraissi added. "I'm shocked. I listen to his music all the time."

Mac Dre is the nephew of former City Councilmember Foster Hicks, who could not be reached for comment Monday.

Mel Mitchell of Vallejo, 28, who said she's a distant Hicks relative, said the rapper led a roller coaster life. "He was not an angel," Mitchell said. "He had his fair share. But he did a lot for his community."

McGuire said Mac Dre's killing is the second fatal shooting of a California rap artist in Kansas City this year. Rapper Ramone C. Davis, 31, of San Diego died March 22 when another man tried to rob him of 10 pounds of marijuana. A 27-year-old Kansas City man was later charged in the case.

 

 

The purpose of this organization is to increase the popularity of our common interests. We hope to add new members so we will be able to grow and expand. We also want to have fun while when we are together and working on projects. By developing relationships and friendships, the organization will become even stronger.

Our Mission

Our mission is to further promote the interests of our organization and our members to the community. We strive to make a difference by educating the public and expanding our reach.

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