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|Origin||South Los Angeles, California|
|Genres||Hip hop, Gangsta rap, Chicano rap|
|Years active||1993 - present|
|Labels||East Town Records (current) Ruthless Records, Relativity Records, Fellon Records, Triple X Records, PR Records (former)|
|Past members||Danger (deceased)|
Brownside is an American hip-hop group founded in 1993 by Eazy-E. The group originally consisted of various rappers including Fello (Tokers brother) but he died before being involved with recording. Toker (Gilbert Izquierdo), Wicked (Pierre Lamas), Klever (Alex Izquierdo), Trouble (Jose Phillip Aguirre) and Danger (Carlos Martinez), who was killed in a drive-by shooting in 1996. Originally, Eazy-E had signed Brownside to Ruthless Records to create a Chicano rap version of the rap group N.W.A. Toker was murdered in Rosarito, Baja California in 2018.
Their debut album, Eastside Drama, released early 1997. In 1999, they released Payback which contains unreleased tracks and some remixes of their tracks from Eastside Drama. In 2006, they released The Takeover which introduced a new member to Brownside, Trouble, whom Toker met while incarcerated. On May 27, 2016 Brownside released Bangin' Story'z, with the introduction of a new Brownside member, Klever (Toker’s young brother).
- Brownside (1993)
- Eastside Drama (1997)
- Payback (1999)
- The Take Over (2006)
- Trece Razones (13 Reasons) (2008)
- Bangin Story'z (2016)
- "The Originators: Brownside Raises Hip-Hop Flag over Southern California".
- "Gilbert 'Toker' Izquierdo of Eazy-E's Group Brownside Dies". The Boombox. Retrieved 2018-10-18.