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Soulism

Around once Southern rap started embodying performers like OutKast, Goodie Mob, and Eightball & MJG as opposed to the bass music of years prior, Soulism produced their bet for success. The Macon, GA-based group united with Wall structure Street Information in 1996 to get a self-titled record and an associated …

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Big Boi

Outside his major jobs as André 3000’s partner in OutKast so when among the central people from the Dungeon Family, rapper Big Boi (delivered Antwan André Patton) appeared on tracks by Missy Elliott (“All N My Grill”), Trick Daddy (“In da Wind”), Jay-Z (“Poppin’ Tags”), Killer Mike (“A.D.We.D.A.S.”), Beyoncé (“HIPHOP …

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Soul Purpose

Spirit Purpose, also called S.O.U.L. Purpose (we.e., Feeling of Understanding Life’s Purpose), certainly are a rap group from Shirt City, NJ, going by Mazzi, an MC using a community-oriented world-view. Before founding Spirit Purpose, Mazzi was an associate from the Ancients, who released several singles from 2000-2002. Inspired by East …

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The LOX

The LOX — an acronym for “Living Off Experience” — certainly are a Yonkers, New York-based rap trio who worked their way up with the Poor Son training camp, writing and rapping on hits by famous brands Puff Daddy, the Notorious B.We.G., Mary J. Blige, and Mariah Carey before liberating …

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Sweet Tee

Queens rapper Special Tee (given birth to Toi Jackson) debuted with It’s Tee Amount of time in 1989. Hurby “Appreciate Insect” Astor created that which was a totally pop-oriented program that generated just brief response.

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Sway

Derek Andrew “Sway” DaSafo is really a British hip-hop designer of Ghanaian origin who gained interest through some independently released mixtapes before being successful a 2005 MOBO (Music of Dark Source) award, which positioned him among the leading expectations for U.K. rap. Created in London — albeit unintentionally, when his …

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Sweet Sable

A lady hip-hop/dance artist in the mid- to past due ’90s, Special Sable issued a lone album (1996’s Like on My Brain) and many singles (“Close friends,” “Tonight,” “Aged Time’s Sake,” “Like Thang,” “I’ll Never RETURN BACK”) for the Scotti Bros. label.

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Steve Grossman

Although he began performing in fusion-oriented settings, Steve Grossman progressed into a fantastic hard bop tenor within the tradition of Sonny Rollins (although he developed his own sound). Grossman originally began on alto when he was eight, added soprano at 15, and tenor at 16. He began at the very …

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Silkk the Shocker

Next to understand P (and perhaps C-Murder), Silkk the Shocker (given birth to Vyshonne Miller) was the preeminent rapper about No Limit Information, the underground hardcore rap label that became a sensation in the past due ’90s. Since he’s the sibling of Get better at P, the creator from the …

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Side Effect

When the O’Jays, the Dramatics, or Bloodstone had added a lady singer and incorporated bebop-influenced harmonies, they could have sounded something similar to SIDE-EFFECT — a unique soul and funk vocal quartet from the ’70s and early ’80s. SIDE-EFFECT was never a huge name in R&B — and its own …

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