Tulsa-based MC Playya 1000 (Fred Frierson) began his music career within regional hip-hop group DC Boys, alongside producer and sometimes co-credited collaborator the Deeksta (Darrell Davis). Truth, Playya 1000’s 1991 debut on Tulsa label Little Town Recordings, set up his sound, that was intensely influenced with the then-burgeoning Western world Coastline gangsta rap design referred to as G-funk. His laid-back, funky monitors and socially mindful lyrics gained evaluations to 2Pac and Dr. Dre, and second record Blame It on Culture? (1993) received some nationwide exposure. Mo’ Play, featuring local radio strike “Weekend Afternoon,” implemented in 1994. Playya 1000 proved helpful behind the moments for another few years, creating albums by local rap artists such as for example Ghetto Kaos and Big Bur-Na. 4th album Foe-Da-$Mill$-Solution surfaced in 1997, nonetheless it wasn’t as effective as previous initiatives, and Frierson and Davis place their music professions on hold to be able to focus on their personal lives. Playya 1000 as well as the Deeksta’s recordings steadily began to grab a global cult following, leading to them to come back to music in 2007, you start with the discharge of full-length 20/20 Eyesight independently 20/20 Entertainment label. The revitalized duo started performing often, and provided their providers as motivational audio speakers at institutions and youth agencies. The duo released many on the web singles, with full-length Cover Me I AM GOING In showing up in 2011, accompanied by Maintain It 1000 in 2014.