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Fam First

The Team 220 Information label and its own corresponding music entity, Fam Initial, came into being in 2000 in Boston after a gathering between rapper/entrepreneurs Ernest Taylor (aka Big “CEO” Crimson) and Quentin Lewis (aka Que Barbah). Building themselves as CEO and leader, they attempt to build a family-styled label …

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Juan Solo

Spanish rapper Juan Single (true name: Juan Jimenez Domenech) spent his formative years as an associate of Barcelona-based hip-hop outfit Single los Solo. Single still left the group in ’09 2009 to pursue a single career, launching @Soy Juan Single in 2012.

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Cyclone

After establishing the very best Gunnaz label in 2002, CEO, rapper, manager, and producer Cyclone began rounding up Boston’s best hip-hop talent for his The Movement Starts group of compilations. His personal debut recording, B.O.S.N.O.C., made an appearance around the label in 2007.

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Mo Cheda Mobstaz

Underground hip-hop maker DJ Squeeky began the Mo Cheda label in 2001 release a albums by himself and his friends. During numerous recording classes, he got the many performers on his label to record an record with each other, 2002’s Mo Cheda Mobstas. Boasting hardcore gangsta rhymes and Dirty South …

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Joe Green

Appearing out of Atlanta and providing mixtapes filled up with street anthems, rapper Joe Green started uploading his freestyles to the web this year 2010. In 2011 he became a member of the Leave 40 staff, who released his one “31 tha Hard Method” that same season. In 2014 he …

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Mysonne

A notable alum of the brand new York mixtape circuit in the past due ’90s, Mysonne E. Linen was created and bred in another of hip-hop’s hotbeds, the Bronx. Attempting to flee the ills that occur with dark inner-city existence, he became an extremely skilled basketball participant during senior high …

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MOK

A Berlin-born hardcore rapper of Turkish descent, MOK is associated with the favorite Aggro Berlin collective as an associate of Pass away Sekte, the label’s flagship group. He offers his personal label, Ersboeserjunge, for single releases, plus a collaboration with Sony BMG. Created in the Neukölln area of Berlin, MOK …

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MC Ciccone

Few tales in the music world are as bitter and uncommon as the creation of MC Ciccone, the alter-ego of Martin Ciccone. Ciccone may be the old sibling of megastar Madonna, a hard-partying poor boy who discovered himself getting back in gradually bad circumstances as his practices began getting away …

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Suspekt

Among Denmark’s leading hip-hop and rap clothes, Suspekt came jointly in the mid-’90s, eventually naming themselves and focusing on a debut — aswell as beginning a label — in 1998. People Rune Rask, Bai-D, and Orgi-E had been spurred to move “pro” (since it had been) by Per Hjalteson, who …

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1.8.7. Mortals

Michigan-based rap group 1.8.7. Mortals performed its 1st concert in 1995 and released its debut recording, Ready 4 Fight, in January 2001 on Webslinging Information.

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