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Big Gipp

An integral person in Goodie Mob, Big Gipp contributed greatly towards the pioneering Filthy Southern group’s albums, later on getting into a single career once the group continued hiatus. He produced his single debut in 2003 with Mutant Mindframe, a low-key however colorful record released by Koch.

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Cool & Dre

Great & Dre bubbled beneath the surface from the rap market for some time, producing stray songs occasionally before breaking big in 2005 having a work of hit information like the Game’s “THINK IT?S GREAT or Hate It all,” Ja Rule’s “NY, NY,” and Body fat Joe’s “A LOT MORE.” …

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Kool Keith

After single-handedly redefining “warped” as your brain and mouth area behind the Bronx-based Ultramagnetic MC’s, “Kool” Keith Thornton — aka Tempo X, aka Dr. Octagon, aka Dr. Dooom, aka Mr. Gerbik — going for the external reaches from the stratosphere with a number of solo tasks. A onetime psychiatric individual …

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Goodie Mob

Alongside OutKast, with whom these were closely linked, Goodie Mob was one of the primary Southern rap acts to achieve countrywide recognition, particularly making use of their traditional debut, Soul Meals (1995). The group unraveled after just its third record, Globe Party (1999), when Cee-Lo broke apart for a single …

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OutKast

OutKast’s mixture of gritty Southern spirit, fluid raps, as well as the low-slung funk of the Organized Noize creation staff epitomized the Atlanta wing of hip-hop’s growing drive, the Dirty South, through the mid to past due ’90s. Alongside Goodie Mob, OutKast got Southern hip-hop in striking and innovative directions: …

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MJG

MJG, fifty percent of the pioneering Southern rap duo 8Bmost & MJG, seldom branched out for single albums (e.g., FORGET ABOUT Glory, 1997), however his use 8Ball proved important, gaining him a popularity as a full time income legend. Blessed Marlon Jermaine Goodwin, MJG was raised within the Orange Mound …

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