New Orleans rapper Skull Duggrey fell deeply in love with hip-hop as a kid and began getting together with the Nature Males, a locally well-known dance and rap crew. Skull’s longtime friend, Grasp P, place him around the gold-selling Down South Hustlers compilation, and his status grew following that. Two years later on, his debut recording appeared, no Limit and Charges Information co-released the follow-up These Wicked Roads. 3rd Ward Stepper found its way to 2000 around the Hoodlum Entertainment imprint.
Music Songs Where You From, I’m Not a Victim, If It Don’t Make $$$…, It’s No Limit, Hoodlum, The Set Up, What What, Mistakes in the Game, Bring It On, My Regiment, Commericial 1, My Hood, Ghetto Niggas, Murder Crime, Crooked Ass Cops, Nigga Nigga Nigga, For the Fans, Shakin in the Streets, Heat, Darkside, Mama Why, Deadly Thoughts, Sea Level, Da' Lue, My Shorty, When My Chopper Goes..., Aga Aga, Bring Ya Heart, Street Life, Murder Rah, Toss Em Out, Big Easy
Albums These Wicked Streets, Hoodlum fo' Life, 3rd Ward Stepper, Controversy The Album