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Johnny Socko

Johnny Socko was founded by Dylan Wissing in Bloomington, Indiana in 1990. Affected by genre-hoppers like Fishbone and Crimson Popular Chili Peppers, along with the even more traditional funk and spirit of James Dark brown and Parliament/Funkadelic, Socko also got an affinity for the party rhythms of hip-hop, ska and …

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Hot Action Cop

Hot Actions Cop’s fiery frontman Rob Werthner once dated a woman who dumped him for an NYPD official. This guy got a traditional mullet, therefore Werthner got solace and poked some fun, nicknaming the man “hot actions cop.” A decade later on, Werthner’s inside joke was section of a living …

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Violent J

Detroit-based rapper, producer, wrestler, and actor Violent J (given birth to Joseph Frank Bruce) is most beneficial known as fifty percent (alongside Shaggy 2 Dope [given birth to Joseph Utsler]) from the greasepaint-wearing hip-hop duo Crazy Clown Posse. The eldest of three kids, Bruce’s child years was spent in comparative …

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Uncle Kracker

After serving mainly because DJ for his hometown chum Child Rock and roll, Uncle Kracker (given birth to Matthew Shafer) stepped away from behind the turntables release a his debut solo album, Twice Large, in 2001. Uncle Kracker experienced performed alongside Rock and roll since 1994, and both preferred a …

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Shaggy 2 Dope

One-half from the rock-rap staff the Insane Clown Posse, rapper/wrestler/label owner Shaggy 2 Dope was created Joseph William Utsler in his dearest Detroit. Alternatively referred to as Stanky Twickle Puss or Sugary Candy Nuts, he’s component owner of Psychopathic Information, the label which has released the majority of ICP’s albums …

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Everlast

Once most widely known for his tenure within the rap device House of Discomfort, Everlast successfully reinvented himself in 1998 using the best-selling Whitey Ford Sings the Blues, a mainly acoustic, hip-hop-flavored work within the genre-crossing mildew of Beck. Created Erik Schrody, Everlast 1st surfaced in LA as an associate …

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Fred Durst

Limp Bizkit frontman Fred Durst was created in August 8th, 1970 in Jacksonville, FL and raised in Gastonia, NC. After senior high school he offered a stint within the U.S. Navy before time for Jacksonville at age group 20 to go after a career being a tattoo musician. In past …

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Cypress Hill

Cypress Hill were well known for being the very first Latino hip-hop superstars, however they became notorious for his or her endorsement of cannabis, which actually is not a trivial point. Not only do the group marketing campaign because of its legalization, but their decrease, moving bass-and-drum loops pioneered a …

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Confrontation Camp

Stemming from his strong political root base, Public Enemy’s Chuck D. all fits in place with Confrontation Camp. It’s about hip-hop as well as the fresh hostility behind riveting rap rhyming, and frontman Kyle Glaciers Jason is normally immersed in traditional East Coastline rap. Chuck D (who goes on Mistachuck) …

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Crazy Town

Crazy Town’s music and image reflected probably one of the most powerful and volatile sociocultural environments on earth — LA — where in fact the metropolitan squalor from the South Central district exists just moments from the glitz of Beverly Hillsides. Spearheaded by way of a group of suppliers/vocalists, Seth …

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