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The Luniz

Oakland rap duo Luniz, original named Luni Tunz, contains Yukmouth (Jerold Ellis III) and Numskull (Garrick Husbands), two friends who knew one another since junior high. The duo obtained popularity after six years jointly when they made an appearance on Dru Down’s Explicit Video game record. Their debut record, Operation …

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Twisted Black

Although he was created in Detroit, rapper Twisted Black (aka 145) entered the hip-hop game by method of Texas. With fellow lyricist Seed he debuted as one-half of Houston favorites One Gud Cide, who in 1996 released the full-length Appear What the Roads Made. Once the recording do well on …

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Freeway

Freeway fast became a very important person in the Roc-a-Fella family members in the first 2000s. His ascent could be traced back again to an contract he made out of fellow Philadelphia indigenous Beanie Sigel. Acquaintances in the same regional nightclub, both shared admiration for just one another and produced …

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Tinchy Stryder

One of the most promising grime performers to arise in the Bow section of East London, Tinchy Stryder made his full-length record debut in 2007 and in addition performed as an associate of the group Ruff Sqwad. Stryder originally established himself using a 2003 appearance on Wiley’s Glaciers Rink EP, …

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Fredro Starr

Rapper Fredro Starr includes a great deal on his dish. The Queens, NY, indigenous amounts both an performing along with a music profession. Starr started his rapping profession when he founded the hardcore rap/hip hop group Onyx in 1991 with rap compatriots Sticky Fingaz and Sonee Seeza. The group’s initial …

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Gangsta Pat

Among the initial Memphis rappers to help make the major-label leap, Gangsta Pat never attained the acclaim or achievement of fellow Memphis pioneers Three 6 Mafia and Eightball & MJG, yet he even now remains to be noteworthy for his trailblazing. Pat’s profession started promisingly when Atlantic agreed upon him …

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G-Unit

Though G-Unit became generally named the brand connected with 50 Cent, for example serving like a catch phrase (“G-G-G-G-G-Unit!”) and a record label (G-Unit Information), it actually began because the name of his support posse. G-Unit had been originally a trio made up of 50, Lloyd Banking institutions, and Tony …

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Big Geminii

Hardcore Chicano rapper Big Geminii (also called Gemini and Big Gemini) present achievement with crossover pop-rap singles “Crazy for you personally” (2003), which featured the vocoder-crooning of MC Magic, and “Hypnotized” (2007), both which appeared in Billboard’s Rhythmic Best 40 graphs. The Dallas, TX-born rapper’s record recordings didn’t fare well …

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Def Squad

Rap supergroup the Def Squad comprised Redman, Keith Murray, and Erick Sermon. After rating a hit making use of their cover of the traditional “Rapper’s Delite,” the trio released their debut LP, Un Niño, on Def Jam in 1998. Dreamworks released their second recording, Def Squad Presents Erick Onasis, 2 …

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Mad Flava

The four-man Dallas crew Mad Flava were short players within the middle-’90s “weed-hop” scene that followed the breakout success of Cypress Hill. Made up of MCs Frosty Chris the Soulman (true name: Chris Parker) and Don Kasaan, DJ Baby G the Cut Selectah, and manufacturer/MC Erich “Buzz Dawg” Krause, Mad …

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