Long named among Memphis’ top MCs, Gangsta Blac continued to be purely an underground phenomenon just before breaking from the South in the first 2000s. His profession began as an associate from the Memphis-based Three 6 Mafia clique prior to going solo within the middle-’90s. Influenced from the severe ghetto rap of Eightball & MJG as well as the Geto Kids, Gangsta Blac’s music includes the bleak ideology of gangsta rap having a Southern attitude and rowdy Dirty South beats. His strike solitary “Southern Parkway” prolonged the artist’s reach beyond Memphis, obtaining considerable airplay in additional Southern rap hotspots such as for example Atlanta, Birmingham, and Houston. In 2001, his Down South Flava situated Gangsta Blac within the verge of distributing his reach even more from the South because of the rising degrees of interest being centered on Southern rappers.
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