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Trillville

The boisterous and brash Trillville began their bid for the title “Gods of Crunk” in 1997 while attending ninth grade in Atlanta’s public school system. Dirty Mouth area was leader from the school’s snare drum series along with composing his very own rhymes, Don P was rapping and focusing on …

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Ugly God

Lyrically crude and rhythmically sluggish, Ugly God is a rapper and producer who broke away through the latter about half from the 2010s. Given birth to in Indiana, he offers lived in the areas from the Midwest, aswell as the South, including Tx, Mississippi, and Louisiana. He went to the …

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A1 the Super Group

Launched like a quartet, Atlanta’s A1 the Super Group had been honed right down to duo if they strike get together rap paydirt in 2013 with “Everywhere We Proceed.” Featuring users JT and G (previously Lil G), A1 created in ’09 2009 and released their 1st mixtape the next 12 …

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The Scoundrels

The Scoundrels’ make of hardcore rap and Southern crunk have scored them spots on Billboard’s sales charts, despite the fact that they have just attained regional exposure through their independent label Invisible Information. The four-member group, comprising Big Bo, Cutta, Christyles, and Mr. Malt, started documenting jointly in 2002 in …

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2XL

Inspired with a diverse group of hip-hop duos — Mobb Deep, OutKast, and Ying Yang Twins — Bennett “Laze” and Justin “Royal” Talmage Armstrong created 2XL to check out their dreams and get away their challenging childhood. Their dad forgotten them, their mom was identified as having terminal brain malignancy, …

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The A’z

Writing the hometown and nickname of Key Group Baseball’s Oakland Athletics, the Oakland, CA-based A’z garnered more national attention for the California hyphy movement using the golf club strike “Yadadamean” (Bay Area slang for “guess what happens After all”) in 2006. The true coincidence, though, is based on the actual …

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FLY

The Stone Hill, Georgia, trio Fast Existence Youngstaz burst onto the picture in the summertime of 2008 when their party hit “Swag Surfin'” started to dominate Atlanta radio. People Mook, Myko McFly, and Vee released the Southern rap group in 2006, playing 2 yrs of gigs and showcases before “Swag …

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Boyz N da Hood

Boyz N da Hood feature Miguel “Big Gee” Scott, Lee “Big Duke” Dixon, Jay “Teen Jeezy” Jenkins, and Jacoby “Jody Air flow” White, 4 MCs from Atlanta who signed with P. Diddy’s Poor Guy label and released a self-titled record during the summer months of 2005. Come up with by …

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D4L

Atlanta foursome D4L broke out in 2005 using the tune “Laffy Taffy,” one of the crossover monitors released through the early 2000s to inspire revelry normally as contempt, based on listeners’ tolerance for cleverly produced monitors with clear hooks and crude sexual euphemisms. Originally released separately around D4L’s indigenous Atlanta, …

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YoungBloodZ

At Atlanta’s Miller Grove Middle College, two youthful wannabe rappers met up with one another, still left their individual rap crews, and joined forces to be YoungBloodZ. Sean Paul, who promises that rapping is normally second character and less complicated than discussion, and J-Bo, the DJ of both, were heavily …

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