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The Southern rap duo B.A.M.A. (aka Boyz After Cash Always) first fulfilled in 1997, when after that solo performers Brian “Taurus Caine” Morris and Darius “Rainfall” Lacey crossed pathways at Knight Offences recording studio room in Montgomery, AL. Both found that they had very much in keeping — both of these rap performers from Alabama, annoyed by having less opportunity there at that time — but didn’t get together as B.A.M.A. until years later on, after the American South became a hotbed for up-and-coming rappers. In past due 2004 they produced their major-label debut using the solitary Sweet House Al, an ode with their home declare that contains components of Lynyrd Skynyrd’s “Nice House Alabama.”

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