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Ca$hflow

When Cameo’s Larry Blackmon relocated to Atlanta within the ’80s, among the groupings he signed to his Atlanta Performers label was Ca$hflow. They combined funk, rap, and metropolitan modern stylings, and highlighted business lead vocalist Kary Hubbert, supported by drummer Gaylord Parson, keyboardist Adam Duffie, and keyboardist Regis Ferguson. Their …

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Buddy Moss

Eugene “Friend” Moss was, within the estimation of several blues scholars, probably the most influential East Coastline blues guitarist to record in the time between Blind Blake’s last periods in 1932 and Blind Guy Fuller’s debut in 1935. A youthful modern of Blind Willie McTell and Curley Weaver, Moss was …

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Lil Scrappy

Crunk practitioner Lil Scrappy was created Darryl Richards within the ATL. Found out by BME Recordings and Lil Jon, Scrap constructed his rep through the entire Southeast before breaking nationally in 2003 using the strike “Mind Bussa.” A break up EP with fellow BME performers Trillville adopted in Feb 2004, …

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The Black Crowes

During their 1990 debut, the type of rock & move the Black Crowes specialized in was sorely from style. Only Weapons N’ Roses arrived near approximating an antique Stones-style raunch, however they had been too furious and jagged to draw it off totally. The Dark Crowes, alternatively, replicated that Stonesy …

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Peewee Longway

The rapper who got within the wire — being the final MC signed to Gucci Mane’s 1017 Information prior to the label boss visited prison — Peewee Longway can be the leader from the MPA Bandcamp crew. The Atlanta rapper released those initials in 2013 along with his debut 1017 …

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Hallows Eve

Created in 1983, Hallows Eve was a thrash steel group hailing from Atlanta, GA, whose initial clean with notoriety emerged via the inclusion of their song “Steel Vendors” in the Steel Massacre, Vol. 6 compilation 2 yrs later. Duly agreed upon with the collection’s mother or father label, Metal Edge, …

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Titus Turner

Although he recorded frequently through the 1950s and 1960s, R&B singer Titus Turner today remains to be best known like a composer, authoring such perennials as “Leave My Kitten Alone,” “All over the World,” and “Sticks and Stones.” Given birth to in Atlanta, GA, in 1933, Turner produced his documented …

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