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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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Ohmega Watts

Created in Brooklyn, NY, and raised mainly in Queens and Florida, Ohmega W (or Milton Campbell to his parents) started his profession in Orlando, where he started crafting his MC abilities in the first ’90s. For this period he also started exhibiting a pastime in beat-making, idolizing the stalwarts of …

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Ana Tijoux

Ana Tijoux is French-Chilean songwriter, singer, MC, and saving artist who’s well known on her behalf willingness to confront sociable injustice and on her behalf commitment to non-violence. Created in France, she actually is the girl of two Chilean exiles who remaining through the rise from the oppressive Pinochet program …

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Blu & Exile

The underground Los Angeles-based duo of MC Blu (b. Johnson Barnes) and DJ/manufacturer Exile (b. Aleksander Manfredi) gained widespread acclaim correct from the gate using their debut record, Below the Heavens (2007), which critics crowned as the apparently perfect relationship of Blu’s everyday-struggle raps and Exile’s Pete Rock and roll- …

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Mostly of the Christian rappers to concern diss tracks targeted at secular MCs, Houston-based Bizzle was originally referred to as Lavyss. Created and elevated in LA, California, Bizzle started releasing his group of L.A.V. Mixtapes in 2004, while 2005 noticed the after that secular rapper shifting to Houston, Tx and …

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Not really averse to ignoring hip-hop conventions, LA upstart MC Blu (Johnson Barnes) and offbeat maker/rapper Ta’Raach (Terrell McMathis), a Detroit-to-L.A. transplant, started collaborating as C.R.A.C (pronounced “crass”) in 2005. Blu and Ta’Raach had been both labelmates at L.A. indie Sound In Color and fulfilled while documenting their respective tasks. …

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