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Fire

There is a short-lived quartet in the ’80s called Fire And Ice. Their materials was even more fusion, light and instrumental pop than jazz.

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Magic

Magic joined up with the Zero Limit military in 1998, aligning himself closely with C-Murder as well as the short-lived Tru Information sublabel. During No Limit’s heyday, C-Murder documented a set of albums — Sky’s the Limit (1998) and Thuggin’ (1999) — and continued to be inactive for a couple …

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Trouble Andrew

A music group started by Canadian snowboarder Trevor Andrew (given birth to in Falmouth, Nova Scotia, on August 31, 1979), Problems Andrew certainly are a crossbreed rock and roll, hip-hop, and electronica music group drawing impact from such varied titles as Big Dark, Dark Flag, Lil Wayne, and Get better …

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C-BO

You start with his 1993 debut, Gas Chamber, C-BO managed to get clear that he planned on surprising rap listeners along with his controversial lyrics, which would eventually property him in prison. Obviously, the hardcore Californian’s continuous rise towards continuing popularity increased calendar year by calendar year, with an record …

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Militia

Militia, a creation duo who also met in the Mike Tyson bout where Tupac Shakur was shot and killed, began working with the purpose of uniting the fractured East and Western Coast areas by recording songs which combined the natural hardcore of NY using the funky jump So-Cal is well …

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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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Capone

Latin rapper Capone was created and raised in LA, forming his own label, Latino Jam, in 1998 to concern his debut single, “Kick It 4 la Raza.” The full-length Chicano Globe premiered in 1999; both Raza Rolls Deep and Mis Carnales, Vol. 1 made an appearance the following springtime. Second …

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Sauce Money

Rapper Sauce Cash emerged from Brooklyn’s Marcy Tasks as an associate of Jay-Z’s Roc-A-Fella clique, building several looks on soundtracks and blend tapes (aswell as rating a composing Grammy for his focus on Puff Daddy’s blockbuster “I’M GOING TO BE Missing You”) before issuing his single debut, Middle Finger U, …

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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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