Made up of MCs Lil Redd, Bonay, and DJ Len, A-Town Players had been component of Atlanta’s bass music scene, which exploded countrywide in 1993 with Whoomp! (There IT REALLY IS) by fellow Atlanta duo Label Group. A-Town Players released Playin’ for Helps to keep, their debut, that same season, but didn’t gain any true identification until 1995’s Accurate Players, Vol. 1, which highlighted the one Wassup Wassup and was co-produced with the Egyptian Fan, aka Greg Broussard, most widely known for his electro-era singles Egypt Egypt and Pc Love (Special Dreams). Label Team’s strike was rather tame compared to typical for bass music. Generally, the raunchier the monitors had been, the better they marketed. True with their name, A-Town Players boasted with the very best of these. We Maintain It Crunk for you personally premiered in 1998, and highlighted music like “Drop It Down LIKE THIS” and “Participant Can’t THE TRUTH IS,” the last mentioned also showing up on Elektra’s Tempo & Quad 166, Vol. 1, a bass music compilation.