Too $hort Presents: What is a Beeda Weeda Documentary Starring E-40, Hierogylphics, Too Short & B-Legit

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If the sounds of Beeda Weeda are unfamiliar to you by now, then you are missing out.



Today the rising star is back, this time around though things are much different. Today Beeda is back with a brand new video, a documentary about his rise, his talents, and his hustle called “What Is A Beeda Weeda”?

“What Is A Beeda Weeda?” is the question and name of the mini documentary following Bay Area rapper Beeda Weeda. The documentary follows the release of Beeda Weeda’s recent album Too $hort Presents: Beeda Weeda’s Bass Rock Babies.

The documentary stars Too $hort, E-40, Tajai of Souls Of Mischief and Hieroglyphics, B-Legit, and Beeda Weeda himself documenting the artist’s beginnings, the origins of his name, his history of hustling, the success of his single “Turfs Up,” and his relationship with the aforementioned rappers.

Crediting Beeda Weeda as the one responsible for the film locations for his hit video, “Tell Me When To Go,” E-40 states, “Beeda took me to all the spots I needed to go to and was right there with me through the whole time.”Beeda’s balance of hustling and focus has made him one of the most marketable Bay Area rappers in the game today.

Praising Beeda’s work ethic and prose, Tajai claims that, “You can tell he was raised by proper O.G’s,” as well as B-Legit with the compliment, “he was from the new school but he had that old school flavor, that’s what I really appreciated about his music.”

Beeda’s new album, Too $hort Presents: Beeda Weeda’s Bass Rock Babies, is available on iTunes now and features Too $hort, E-40, B-Legit, 1.O.A.K, Richie Rich, J Stalin, Clyde Carson, Gunplay, Young Gully and more.