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Rasco

San Mateo indigenous Rasco (whose name means for “practical, ambitious, serious, careful, and organized”) worked as an associate of the Western Coast hip-hop organizations Various Mixes and Cali Brokers. His deep tone of voice and straight-ahead rap design found the public’s interest along with his 1997 12″ The Unassisted, which gained him many honors including number 1 around the Bay Region Hip-Hop Coalition graph, number one around the impartial hip-hop graph in Hits publication, and number 1 on Sway and Ruler Tech’s nationally syndicated AWAKEN Show for a month right. His debut recording, Period Waits for No Guy, premiered in 1998 on Rocks Throw having a creation group that included Paul Good, Peanut Butter Wolf, and Proof the group Dilated Individuals. The follow-up EP The Delivery found its way to 1999. Shifting from Stones Toss to Copasetik, Rasco released Hostile Environment (2001) and Presents Hip-Hop Classics, Vol. 1 (2003), but following a falling-out using the label, he still left to start out his personal, Pocketslinted, in 2004. That same 12 months he released the compilations 20,000 Leagues Beneath the Road, Vol. 1 (a re-release from 2000) and Minority Statement, and in 2005 his single work The Dick Swanson Theory arrived.

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