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The first artists brought to Rap-a-Lot Records after the infamous Geto Boys, 5th Ward Boyz originally comprised Andre "007" Barnes and Eric "E-Rock" Taylor. The trio originally recorded for Dewey Forker's Underground Records, but moved through a deal between Forker and Rap-a-Lot chief James Smith. The two executives helped produce the debut 5th Ward Boyz album, 1991's Ghetto Dope, which was distributed through Priority. 5th Ward Boyz released Gangsta Funk the following year, then added third member Richard "Lo-Life" Nash… read more

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  • Avatar for MikkoElo
    agreed about underground g's. concrete hell and geto boys' bring it on (5th boyz being a part of it) are worth it too
  • Avatar for WodkaLover
    more a fan of tracks like Studio Gangster
  • Avatar for Splif4d
    неожиданно )))
  • Avatar for Onidzuka-sempai
    i like this shit
  • Avatar for cWalkerTHPS
    sicksick :D
  • Avatar for XamuJIb
    newold photo needz your voices
  • Avatar for ploveskicks
    Pussy, pussy, pussy-pussy.
  • Avatar for Music-Ninja
    Rated G is awesome [2]
  • Avatar for wuwindz
    naw... 'somethin' to ride to' is their best track.
  • Avatar for Heckerl
    I agree with dissectional_75, Underground G's is EASILY my favorite 5th Ward song, that song is ridiculously good. HIGHLY RECOMMEND IT TO THOSE WHO HAVEN'T HEARD.

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