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Backbone

Associated with the Atlanta-based Dungeon Family collective — led by Organized Noize, OutKast, and Goodie Mob — Backbone surfaced with his single debut in the wake of OutKast’s Stankonia-fueled crossover success. The recording, Concrete Law, strike the roads in 2001, led from the solitary “5 Deuce, 4 Tre,” and presented …

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The Wild Pair

The Wild Set consists of Stage-1 and Scotty, two thuggish hedonists from your Dirty South who debuted using their I Want EVERYTHING album, released with the Florida-based Dun Offer label. The duo celebrates both materialism and hedonism, while also representing the South and obtaining buck.

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The Drapes

The Drapes were located in Chicago, where in fact the blood from the stockyards dried on the amps. It started with Kevin McDonough, who kept down the vocal and acoustic guitar spots even while his assisting players rotated. The Auxiliary LP made an appearance in 1997, as well as the …

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Roscoe

Just 15 when he rapped about his first track, Roscoe was introduced towards the rap industry simply by his brother, Dogg Pound MC and former Death Row associate Kurupt. A indigenous of Philadelphia, Roscoe was a decade aged when he flew to California to view his brother lay out songs …

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Wisin & Yandel

Though Puerto Rican reggaeton duo Wisin & Yandel (given birth to Juan Morera and Lladel Vegilla) were around for quite a while (their debut album, Reyes del Nuevo Milenio, premiered in 2000) and gained fans and recognition with records like 2004’s De Otra Manera and 2005’s Mi Vida: La Pelicula, …

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D.L. Hughley

D.L. Hughley’s achievement story is one which runs parallel to numerous African-American entertainers from the 20th hundred years. Born in another of the roughest, impoverished, and crime-filled regions of the country (south central California), Hughley led a existence of juvenile delinquency and eventually ended up a part of one of …

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Scott Miller

Merging the emotional honesty and intelligence of the singer/songwriter using the swagger and enthusiasm of the rock and roll & roller, Scott Miller first produced a name for himself as guitarist, vocalist, and songwriter using the superb pop/rock and roll group the V-Roys, before building himself being a single artist …

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Songodsuns

Another name for Visionaries and Of Mexican Descent member 2Mex lover, Songodsuns first arrived in the middle-’90s when 2Mex lover plus some friends, including DJ No one, got together to produce a record. Nevertheless, other commitments avoided an record from developing, though an individual, “Love Fights Back again,” premiered in …

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UTD

For a decade, the rap trio Urban Thermo Dynamics (aka UTD) fell in to the “more a tale than a music group category.” A family group affair, Mos Def got teamed along with his young sibling DCQ and his young sister Ces in 1994 for UTD. The solitary, “My Kung …

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Gehennah

A no-nonsense Swedish hard rock and roll/thrash quartet that splits the difference between your blue-collar swagger of Motörhead as well as the noxious fury of Venom, Gehennah was founded in 1992. The music group released its debut studio room recording, Hardrocker, via Primitive Artwork Information in 1995, and obtained a …

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