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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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Fresh Kid Ice

Fresh Kid Snow (aka Chris Wong Received) was a founding person in 2 Live Team. As the famously explicit team would continue to make background in Florida, it in fact started in California, when Snow, DJ Mr. Mixx, and Amazing V released the “Revelation” solitary in 1985. The solitary became …

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Wreckx-N-Effect

Wreckx-N-Effect earned an enormous crossover smash using the solitary “Rump Shaker” off their 1992 recording Hard or Clean. The associated video using its selection of shapely ladies following a directions from the business lead singer generated almost as much warmth as Sir Mix-A-Lot’s “Baby RETURNED.” In addition, it helped the …

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Hi-Town DJ’s

The Hi-Town DJ’s are made up of six individuals (rappers Derrick Rahming, Matt Small, and Teeze; record spinner DJ JP; vocalist Kalo; and stage dancer Chyna Doll) who reject the gangsta method of hip-hop, and embrace the party-hearty vibe rather. All the band’s users originally hailed from either Florida or …

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DJ Magic Mike

DJ Magic Mike, the discovery bass maker after 2 Live Team, was the music’s most important recording designer. An underground label impresario on the purchase of Grasp P, Mike’s productions had been much rougher compared to the slick Miami bass audio and pursued a gritty old-school vibe — even more …

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DJ Smurf

Old-school DJ and maker DJ Smurf arrived of Atlanta’s massive bass music picture, releasing his 1st major recording, Versastyles, for Cover Information in 1995. 2 yrs later on, Collipark Music made an appearance for the Benz label, with performances by MC Timid D and tha Rhythum. Deceased Crunk implemented in …

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DJ Godfather

A DJ recognized equally for his capability to drop a couple of either electro, hip-hop, or booty, DJ Godfather eventually reached the idea in the later ’90s where he could integrate each one of these often clashing noises in to the same place, a quickly blended collage of bass-heavy beats. …

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H.W.A.

If BWP (Bitches With Complications) weren’t hip-hop’s most controversial feminine group of the first ’90s, after that HWA (Hoes With Attitudes) certainly qualified. Openly flaunting a loose (to place it mildly) intimate attitude and position vulgarity to vulgarity with any man rapper, HWA didn’t generate much product sales actions, but …

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Big Kuntry King

A protégé of T.We. and an associate of the staff P$C, Atlanta rapper Big Kuntry Ruler began his search for hip-hop stardom by offering mixtapes from the trunk of his car. Following a guest i’m all over this T.We.’s 2001 record, I’m Serious, Ruler made numerous various other guest performances …

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DJ Assault

DJ Assault has already established a large submit getting ghetto-tech, aka booty music, from your metropolitan roads of Detroit towards the suburban golf club circuit. The incorporation of electro beats with hardcore, occasionally pornographic lyrics, is definitely why is ghetto-tech extremely distinguishable from its additional techno cousins. (Though DJ Assault …

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