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7L & Esoteric

7L & Esoteric first came together in 1992 after 7L heard Esoteric DJing at an area college radio place in Boston. Esoteric’s pieces had been mainly hip-hop-based, but sometimes he’d fuse his very own materials into his playlists. After hearing Eso’s materials, 7L approached him in the expectations of developing …

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6 Shot

6 Shot is a comparatively unknown rapper from New Orleans, LA. Not really nationally known, his initial LP was known as The Real Meaning. Delivered Jermaine Tucker, he got his name from his fondness for revolvers. Ironically, a couple of years after choosing his name, he was in fact shot …

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A+

A+ arrived to the rap video game with a whole lot choosing him. He was among the youngest rappers who have been actually taken significantly by their old peers, and was regarded as one of the most promising future leads. After his 1st recording, his verse using the Shed Boyz, …

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A Tribe Called Quest

Without question probably the most smart, artistic rap group through the 1990s, A Tribe Called Quest jump-started and perfected the hip-hop option to hardcore and gangsta rap. Essentially, they deserted the macho posturing rap music have been built upon, and concentrated rather on abstract beliefs and message paths. The “sucka …

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504 Boyz

No Limit Documents CEO and multi-platinum designer Grasp P built his empire from your (under) floor up. His rise from cult hero to industrial superstar offers allowed him to generate and disassemble functions at will, producing for a questionable and prolific profession. In 2000 the 504 Boyz — a revolving …

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Hood Surgeon

Within the mid- to later 2000s, both NY and California rappers found themselves struggling to create their respective coasts relevant again in light from the South’s domination of urban and popular radio. Compton rapper and self-proclaimed Western world Coastline revivalist Hood Physician already acquired a knee up for the reason …

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The U-Krew

The U-Krew (brief for the Untouchable Krew) signed to Enigma and released one self-titled album before splitting. The Portland quintet was produced by programmer/manufacturer Larry Bell and vocalist Kevin Morse within the middle-’80s, but their initial and only record didn’t turn out until 1989. Backed by way of a trio …

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3rd Degree

Though he’s from South Central LA, 3rd Degree is not a run-of-the-mill gangsta rapper. In fact he’s not that — even more thoughtful than thuggish, even more innovative than confrontational, he upholds a confident demeanor and radiates hopefulness. That isn’t to state he lives a sheltered existence, needless to say, …

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Collie Buddz

Blessed in New Orleans but raised in Bermuda, dancehall vocalist Collie Buddz was entranced with the urban music of his isle home. He preferred dancehall probably the most, but soca and hip-hop had been important too, which exploded out the audio speakers of his DJ sibling. His sibling was also …

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Lyrycyst

Originally raised in Warrensburg, MO, Steven Cooper, better referred to as Christian rap-rocker Lyrycyst, originated from a broken real estate and spent his early life extremely depressed. His mom escaped from Cooper’s abusive dad, acquiring him and his brothers with her, but she required on stripping to aid her two …

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