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Extra Prolific

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The Hieroglyphics-related Extra Prolific was basically a solo act, the creation of Duane “Snupe” Lee alongside studio cohorts like Domino and A-Plus. His LP debut, ENJOY IT Should Be, premiered on Jive in 1994. Regardless of the solitary “Brown Sugars” briefly creeping in to the rap graphs, Extra Prolific was decreased from your label. In 1996, he came back with an archive (2 for 15) documented for his personal label, Security.

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Full Name Extra Prolific
Music Songs First Sermon, Go Back to School, Cash Money, Sweet Potato Pie, In Front of the Kids, In 20 Minutes, One Motion, Never Changing, The Fat Outro, Brown Sugar, Is It Right?, Let It Ride, Weak Shit, It's Alright, What I See, Now What, Come On, Give It Up, Intro
Albums Like It Should Be


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TitleYearStatusCharacter
Soul in the Hole 1997 Documentary performer: "Brown Sugar"
Die Hard with a Vengeance 1995 performer: "The Fat Outro"

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