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Smoothe Da Hustler

As may be the trend for most an aspiring MC, showing up on underground blend tapes through the entire NY Metropolitan region was this Brooklyn rapper’s jumpoff. In 1995, having circulated his name and produced a hype, Smoothe made an electrical move using the launch of “Broken Vocabulary,” a fitness …

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Supernatural

Most widely known for his impressive freestyling abilities (he was heavily featured within the 2000 documentary Freestyle: The Artwork of Rhyme), Supernatural released some singles before his infamous struggle with Juice Staff member Craig G in 1997, where he was dealt the very first major lack of his profession. Though …

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Smith Park Mafia Click

Smith Recreation area Mafia Click is really a hardcore rap group that comes from the South. The group released their debut record, Direct from the Recreation area, in Dec of 1996.

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Slotek

The Brooklyn-based dub-hop project Slotek was primarily the task of Particular Dark in collaboration with cohorts Sibling J, Jadoo, and Scotty Hard. The LP 7 made an appearance in 1997, implemented two years afterwards by Hydrophonic.

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Stetsasonic

Among the initial rap groups to employ a live music group, Brooklyn’s Stetsasonic formed in 1981 and were also one of the primary to promote a confident black awareness that found it is ultimate expression within the so-called “daisy age group” noises of De La Spirit as well as the …

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Triple M

Triple M was around lengthy enough like a pop-rap designer to release 1 1991 album about A&M. Regardless of the release of the supporting solitary (“Prisoner of Enthusiasm”), the recording didn’t make a lot of a dent commercially. Triple M appeared to disappear from then on, though he do make …

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Tech N9ne

While he debuted within the underground world of horrorcore and seemed destined to be always a future footnote, rapper Technology N9ne turned out to be an indie rap superstar. Along the way, he constructed his Unusual Music label right into a Psychopathic Records-styled empire with an associated loyal group of …

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Skee-Lo

Skee-Lo was an anomaly within the rap globe of the ’90s: rather than content spinning violent gangsta stories or extolling the virtues of cannabis, Skee’s tunes were profanity-free, good-time tales having a self-deprecating love of life. Skee-Lo was created in Poughkeepsie, NY, and relocated to Riverside, CA, at age group …

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Sleepy Wonder

b. Wayne Archer, c.1966, Kingston, Jamaica, West Indies. Sleepy Question began his profession within the dancehall where he’d grab the mike at dances such as for example Youth Advertising, Gemini and Surprising Vibes. In 1984 he migrated to the united states where he became a member of various audio systems …

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Trick Daddy

Perhaps one of the most thuggish rappers ever embraced from the mainstream, Technique Daddy broke from the South in 2001 with “I’m a Thug” and established himself while an unlikely country wide superstar. Before his discovery, he scored several regional hits occasionally but remained mainly an underground rapper. Specifically, he …

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