Labeling himself like a “country, ghetto poet,” Bohagon (given birth to Cedric Leonard) was designated from the king of crunk, Lil Jon, like a encouraging Southern rap artist in the late ’90s. While Lil Jon was an A&R for Atlanta’s Therefore Therefore Def Information, he tapped into Bohagon to accomplish a monitor each for just two bass compilations: “Uh Uhh” for Therefore Therefore Def Bass All-Stars, Vol. 2 in 1997 as well as the local anthem “Drop Dem Boes” for the 3rd quantity in 1998. Determining to move forwards with his profession, he transferred from his little hometown of Talbotton, GA, to Atlanta around once these compilations had been released, and Lil Jon ultimately agreed upon Bohagon to his BME Recordings imprint. With the middle-2000s, Bohagon acquired developed his very own record label, Georgia Durt, where he acts as co-CEO with partner Playboy Tre. The label’s initial discharge was the Georgia Durt compilation in August 2005. By that point, Bohagon had joined up with Eminem’s Anger Administration 3 tour, going to over 50 metropolitan areas all over the world. Furthermore, he was also amid gathering his single effort together, proclaimed by the strike 2006 one “Wuz Up,” made by Lil Jon. Sundays on the Bootlegger, his purported single debut, was initially slated for the summer 2006 discharge but was postponed indefinitely.