A member from the loosely organized Houston-based rap collective referred to as the Screwed Up Click, Lil’ Keke quickly proved himself among the collective’s most powerful performers, debuting in 1997 with Don’t Clutter wit Texas, which sold 40,000 copies in Houston alone. It had been re-released nationally as The Percentage in 1998 using the hood anthem “Southside,” as its solitary. Keke would launch nine independent single albums and a small number of cooperation LPs (with Slim Thug, Big Hawk, and his team Herschelwood Hardheadz) before putting your signature on with famous northside label Swishahouse in 2005. His long-awaited Swishahouse debut, Loved by Few Hated by Many, made an appearance in 2008 and presented Birdman, Paul Wall structure, and Slim Thug as guests. Wall structure came back for 2012’s Center of the Hustla, a road release issued from the Hustle City label, and Swishahouse fallen 2014’s established LP Cash Don’t Rest with 2 Chainz, Yo Gotti, and Devin the Dude in the guest list.