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Kail

Students of Freestyle Fellowship as well as the Task Blowed alt-rap motion on the Remaining Coast, Compton indigenous Kail (born William Thedford) shed his greenhorn MC position like numerous others in the L.A. underground, carrying out in the famed Great Life café. Dazzling a cope with the U.K.-structured Big Dada …

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Shaya

Shaya was created in California’s Bay Region, and his no-nonsense strategy and thought-provoking rhymes are deeply informed by his tumultuous upbringing. Because his dad abused the complete family members, he spent a lot of his youngsters in a variety of foster treatment systems. When he started building his rap profession, …

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Camp Lo

Bronx rap duo Camp Lo meld hip-hop with jazz sensibilities and funk. After having popular single, “Coolie Large,” from THE FANTASTIC White Buzz soundtrack in early 1996, Sonny Cheeba and Geechi Suede released their debut recording, Uptown Saturday Night time, in Feb 1997. It continued to hit the very best …

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Rip Slyme

Premier Japan hip-hop group Rip Slyme got their begin in 1994 when Ryo-Z and Ilmari began composing jointly for fun. As the duo became even more ambitious, they added their rocker pal Pes towards the lineup and shortly were earning accolades in beginner rapping contests. With some identification under their …

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Aceyalone

A founding person in Freestyle Fellowship, Aceyalone played a significant part in the evolution of left-field hip-hop within the Western Coast during a time when hardcore gangsta rap reigned. Following a dissolution of Freestyle Fellowship, Aceyalone embarked on the solo profession that never led to enormous achievement but did enable …

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Common Market

Getting into the hip-hop arena within an almost-forgotten trend, the MC-and-the-DJ label team Common Market place continues to be pegged as leaders of Seattle’s new-school rap movement. MC RA Scion and DJ Sabzi have obtained rave testimonials locally, getting in the Seattle Moments’ artists-to-watch list in 2006, showing up on …

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The Procussions

Underground rap group the Procussions shaped in Colorado Springs, Colorado, in 1998. The initial lineup contains Mr. J. Medeiros, Stro Elliot (aka Stro the 89th Essential), Resonant (aka Rez), Qq, and Vise Versa. In early stages, Qq still left the group after he collapsed throughout a functionality and was identified …

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Oddjobs

The 1990s saw hip-hop’s influence lengthen well beyond the confines of the original large urban centers (NY, LA, Houston, Atlanta, et al.), in the beginning spreading in to the suburbs, where it infiltrated every socio-economic strata and crossed every social boundary, then eventually found its method into smaller local niches, …

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Luckyiam

Alternately referred to as PSC, Luckyiam.PSC, and (his delivery name) Tommy Woolfolk, underground Western Coastline rapper Luckyiam is one-half from the Mystik Journeymen (with BFAP/Sunspot Jonz) and co-founded (with Jonz) the Living Legends. While Luckyiam offers racked up hemorrhoids of featured places and recordings along with his organizations, he in …

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People Under the Stairs

The underground hip-hop outfit People Beneath the Stairs was formed by Mike Turner (Twice K) and Chris Portugal (Thes One), who met within the fringe of L.A.’s past due-’90s hip-hop underground. The duo, specialized in jazzy examples, danceable beats, complex rhyming abilities, and laid-back laughter, debuted in 1998 using the …

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