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Da BackWudz

The eccentricity and versatility of Da Backwudz’s music place them beyond your categorical box of crunk music in the 2000s Southern rap scene — however, not that far. Cousins Sho Nuff and Big Marc, genuine names Adam Redding and Marcus Thomas respectively, hail through the eastern metro-Atlanta city of Decatur, …

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Pimp C

With partner Bun B, rapper Pimp C (given birth to Chad Butler) formed UGK and helped put hardcore Houston, Tx hip-hop in the limelight, but he’s also known to be at the guts of the street-level campaign that sold nearly as much T-shirts as the “Yayo’s Home” and “Frankie Says …

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Hypnotize Camp Posse

Like Prophet Posse and Rip da Golf club up Thugs, Hypnotize Camp Posse is truly a broader edition of 3 6 Mafia, including users of this group and several of their Southern peers such as for example Task Pat. Led by suppliers Juicy “J” and DJ Paul, Hypnotize Camp Posse …

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Dead Prez

The Florida-based political rap duo Deceased Prez includes Stic.guy and M-1, a set of rappers inspired by revolutionaries from Malcolm X to General public Foe. They immersed themselves in politics and social research because they forged their personal design of hip-hop. They continued to utilize Big Punisher on his 1998 …

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Kingpin Skinny Pimp

Among the initial rappers to emerge from Memphis — alongside Eightball & MJG, Three 6 Mafia, and Tela through the mid-’90s — Kingpin Skinny Pimp never quite matched the achievement of his more well-known peers, yet he even now forged himself a long-lasting and influential saving career that continued into …

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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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Wiz Khalifa

With some hits that bundled gangster rhymes, weed talk, pop hooks, and slick creation, Pittsburgh, Pa rapper Wiz Khalifa went from breakthrough single (“Black and Yellow”) to feature film star (Mac and Devin Head to SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL) within the short span of 2 yrs. On the way there have …

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Havoc

Among the less-heralded architects of ’90s hardcore rap, Queens indigenous producer-MC Havoc (given birth to Kejuan Muchita) hardly ever received exactly the same degree of credit accorded to Wu-Tang Clan’s RZA, but his productions on his albums with Prodigy as Mobb Deep — specifically 1995’s common The Infamous — were …

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Haystak

When he broke in to the Southern rap picture in the later ’90s, Tennessee rapper Haystak combined his big persona with self-reflective sincerity. Unlike a lot of his Southern peers, Haystak didn’t accept materialism and greed; he rapped about his lifestyle as so-called “white garbage,” discovering the social proportions to …

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