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La Coka Nostra
Background information
Origin Los Angeles
New York City
Genres Hip Hop
Years active 2006 – Present
Labels Suburban Noize Records
Uncle Howie Records
Associated acts House of Pain
Non Phixion
Special Teamz
Soul Assassins
Limp Bizkit
DJ Solo
DJ Lethal
Danny Boy
Ill Bill
Former members
Big Left

La Coka Nostra (short LCN) is an American Hip Hop supergroup, composed of Everlast, DJ Lethal, Danny Boy, Ill Bill and Slaine.



Founded in late 2005 with no intention to record an album, La Coka Nostra was more a loose collective of artists connected through Danny Boy than a group. Having taken time off from rap after the break-up of House of Pain, Danny Boy took to working in video production and fashion as well as mentoring other artists. He met Slaine in Boston and, impressed with his writing, brought him to L.A. to record some tracks. Eventually it turned into more of a group effort including the former members of House of Pain and Ill Bill, as well as associates from Psycho Realm, Special Teamz and others.[1 ] It was not until early 2006 that the current line up solidified, plans to release an album were first voiced later the same year.[2 ]

In late 2008 the group signed to Suburban Noize Records and released the long delayed debut album A Brand You Can Trust on July 14, 2009. The album took so long to complete due to Danny Boy's refusal to have the members collaborate via e-mail; instead, he would gather everyone at the studio.[1 ] This took time due to the recording of Ill Bill and Everlast's solo albums as well as various tours and other commitments. A Brand You Can Trust features 15 tracks and guest spots from Snoop Dogg, Bun B, Sick Jacken, B-Real, Sen Dog, Immortal Technique, Big Left and Q-Unique. Though similar stylistically to the group's prior online releases, it features songs grounded more in reality. Some subjects touched upon include politics, death, drug addiction, raising a child and terrorism.[2 ]




Full-Length LPs

EPs and Mixtapes

  • 100% Coka (2009)

Features on other albums


  1. ^ a b HHDX Interview, HipHopDX Interview with Danny Boy
  2. ^ a b Urb Magazine Interview, Urb Magazine Interview with Everlast.

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