Fusing the unlikely mix of Southern rap and Southern rock and roll, the Lacs (brief for Loud Ass Crackers) made their own make of hip-hop, that they affectionately dubbed “hick-hop.” Hailing from Baxley, Georgia, the duo of of rapper Clay “Uncle Snap” Sharpe and vocalist/guitarist Brian “Rooster” Ruler have a audio that incorporates identical parts Bubba Sparxxx and ZZ Best, merging slinky Southern electric guitar riffs with flourishing beats and rhymes about lifestyle in the dirtiest elements of the Dirty South. The Lacs produced their debut in the first 2000s with Midas Well Obtain Drunk and South burning, a set of unbiased produces. In 2006, their third recording, Lacology, followed, plus they authorized to Colt Ford’s Backroad label for 2011’s Nation Boy’s Paradise, including looks from Ford, aswell as the solitary “Kickin’ Up Dirt.” Twelve months later, 190 Resistant presented the like-minded Big & Wealthy and Bubba Sparxxx, getting their first recording to break right into the overall recording charts. Maintain It Redneck made an appearance in 2013, and once again included a lot of space for close friends and well-wishers Ford, JJ Lawhorn, Noah Gordon, and Sarah Ross. In 2015, the duo released their 8th full-length, Outlaw in Me, which climbed to number 3 on both nation and rap recording graphs, and 2016 noticed a break up LP with Hard Focus on entitled Welcome to Dodge Town. Continuing using their tried-and-true method, the ever-popular duo shipped their 6th LP, American Rebelution, in early 2017.