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Da BackWudz

The eccentricity and versatility of Da Backwudz’s music place them beyond your categorical box of crunk music in the 2000s Southern rap scene — however, not that far. Cousins Sho Nuff and Big Marc, genuine names Adam Redding and Marcus Thomas respectively, hail through the eastern metro-Atlanta city of Decatur, …

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Organized Noize

Through the mid- to late ’90s, Arranged Noize was the preeminent production staff for Atlanta-area contemporary R&B and rap, crafting chart-topping strikes like TLC’s “Waterfalls” and En Vogue’s “Can’t RELEASE (Appreciate)” aswell as critically acclaimed albums for OutKast and Goodie Mob. Although trio, made up of Rico Wade, Ray Murray, …

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Mercedes

Mostly of the female performers in Professional P’s Zero Limit steady, R&B/hip-hop vocalist Mercedes was created Raequel Miller in Louisiana in 1978 and was raised in Detroit, going to the city’s SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL for the Great and Executing Arts and taking part in the spiritually oriented Brazeal Dennard Youngsters …

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Prime Suspects

Through the late-’90s golden era of No Limit Reports, Perfect Suspects released only 1 album of their have, Guilty Til Proved Innocent (1998), yet added heavily to people of their colleagues: Excel at P’s Ghetto D (1997), C-Murder’s Life or Death (1998), and Soulja Slim’s Provide It 2 ‘Em Raw …

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D4L

Atlanta foursome D4L broke out in 2005 using the tune “Laffy Taffy,” one of the crossover monitors released through the early 2000s to inspire revelry normally as contempt, based on listeners’ tolerance for cleverly produced monitors with clear hooks and crude sexual euphemisms. Originally released separately around D4L’s indigenous Atlanta, …

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Lil O

An associate of DJ Screw’s Screwed Up Clique who blew up with 2001 single single “Body fat Rat wit da Cheeze,” rapper Lil O was created in Lagos, Nigeria but elevated in Houston, Texas. His mom approved when he was simply 13, and along with his father’s stringent disciplinary design, …

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Lil’ Keke

A member from the loosely organized Houston-based rap collective referred to as the Screwed Up Click, Lil’ Keke quickly proved himself among the collective’s most powerful performers, debuting in 1997 with Don’t Clutter wit Texas, which sold 40,000 copies in Houston alone. It had been re-released nationally as The Percentage …

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Lil Jon

Exuberant, loud-mouthed, and regularly adorned having a bejeweled pimp chalice at hand, Lil Jon was the charismatic figurehead from the Dirty Southern crunk motion that arose through the Atlanta area across the turn from the hundred years. Delivered Jonathan Smith on January 27, 1971, in Atlanta, Georgia, the manufacturer/rapper started …

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Cash Money Millionaires

The Cash Cash Millionaires included whatever rappers happened to rap for Money Money Records on the given minute. Through the label’s preliminary breakthrough and fantastic period, the group included Baby, Mannie Clean, Juvenile, B.G., Turk, and Lil’ Wayne. The group released the Baller Blockin’ collection (2000), which also included efforts …

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Field Mob

While hip-hop prides itself on being the soundtrack towards the roads, Field Mob did their finest to represent the united states. Boondox (aka Smoke cigarettes) and Kalage (aka Shawn Jay) hail from Albany, GA, a little city outside Atlanta that’s best-known as the birthplace of spirit tale Ray Charles. The …

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