New Orleans-based rapper Turk was initially found out in 1996 once the owners of Money Money Information (brothers Ronald “Thin” Williams and Brian “Baby” Williams) found out him rapping and rhyming within the close by Magnolia projects. Later on that same 12 months, Turk produced his documenting debut having a cameo on Juvenile’s single debut, Solja Rags. Turk was billed as Youthful Turk and welcomed in to the recently formed Hot Males (who also included Juvenile, B.G., and Lil Wayne), issuing OBTAIN IT How U Live! in 1997 and Guerilla Warfare 2 yrs later. Turk continuing to create cameos on additional rapper’s recordings, including Juvenile’s big strikes 400 Degreez and Tha G-Code, Lil Wayne’s Tha Stop Is Warm and Lamps Out, in addition to B.G.’s It’s All on U, Vol. 1 and it’s really All on U, Vol. 2. June 2001 noticed the discharge of Turk’s single debut, Youthful and Thuggin’, on Common Records. Turk documented Untamed Guerilla for Money Money like a follow-up but quickly jumped dispatch to Koch, pursuing in the footsteps of B.G. Untamed Guerilla continued to be unreleased and Turk produced his Koch debut in 2003 with Natural and Uncut. In January 2004, Turk is at a Memphis, TN, house when narcotics officials and SWAT associates stormed in. Based on law enforcement, Turk shot an official during the medication raid; the rapper stated he was concealing within the closet with out a weapon. At an initial hearing a charge of first-degree attempted murder was decreased to second-degree attempted murder, but Turk had not been granted bail. He was awaiting trial in jail as his third record, Penitentiary Chances, strike the roads in Apr 2004.