The Southern hip-hop duo called Rehab were literally something of the namesake. Original people Danny Boone and Brooks Buford, both recovering alcoholics and medication addicts, fulfilled at an area rehab service and linked over their like of music. Mashing rap with rock and roll, the duo released their debut recording, Southern Distress, in 2000 within the Sony label. Cee-Lo, Goodie Mob, and Cody ChesnuTT had been a number of the guests within the recording, which would spawn the very best 15 modern rock and roll strike “It Don’t Matter.” 2 yrs had been spent on the street supporting the recording, including a stint within the Vans Warped Tour, and the duo splintered. Boone maintained the name and recruited four experienced musicians for a fresh Rehab. Today a quintet with Boone because the lone vocalist/rapper — and in addition using his delivery name, Danny Alexander — Rehab agreed upon with Arshid Entertainment and released the ambitious Graffiti the planet in 2005. On the next couple of years, a trim off their debut record, “Sittin’ in a Club,” would become a jukebox preferred. The Epic label got sensible, re-released their debut record and renamed it Sittin’ in a Club, all minus the band’s authorization. To combat this unauthorized reissue the music group re-recorded its today famous drinking melody and renamed it “Bartender Melody.” This edition would find yourself on the 2008 edition of Graffiti the planet released with the main label General. Rehab stuck with General because of their 2010 record Welcome Home.