The eccentricity and versatility of Da Backwudz’s music place them beyond your categorical box of crunk music in the 2000s Southern rap scene — however, not that far. Cousins Sho Nuff and Big Marc, genuine names Adam Redding and Marcus Thomas respectively, hail through the eastern metro-Atlanta city of Decatur, GA. Their musical roots rest in traditional cathedral gospel and their musically willing family members. They officially shaped in 1998, attributing their name to Decatur’s abundant wooded areas also to their religious beliefs relating to Africa. Both began making improvement once they installed with rap manufacturer Milwaukee Dark of Major Method Entertainment. Black created their initial radio one, “You Gonna Luv Me,” that was observed by some main brands, including Warner Bros. and Sony. Nevertheless, in 2004, music and film super-producer Dallas Austin (TLC, Michael Jackson, Madonna), who captured wind flow of Da Backwudz’s music, resurrected his then-defunct label Rowdy Information to be able to use them and eventually signed the brand new group. After several delays, their debut record, Wood Work, premiered in Apr 2006 with guests which range from Nas to George Clinton. Before its discharge, Da Backwudz shipped the second one, “I Do not like the Look from it (Oompa),” which boldly sampled among the “Oompa Loompa” tracks through the 1971 film Willie Wonka & the Delicious chocolate Factory.