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Welcome to the movement. The Hip-Hop group named Prolific, which consists of four MC’s from the southeast, started this movement back in 1997. Flamez, Neme, Zin O.D. and Exile the Experience met while living in Orlando, Florida. The members were introduced to each other in high school by a neighborhood friend, Kid Twist. Kid Twist linked Flamez and Exile together, and later on Twist introduced the two of them to Neme. Zin O.D. was the younger brother of another neighborhood friend and the last MC to join the group. They proceeded to rock talent shows and freestyle battles every chance they could get. After graduation, the crew stayed close and continued their journey.

Throughout the years this dynamic quartet has released a series of mixtapes and singles for the masses. In 2004, their first single “Pump Ya Fist” dropped, accompanied with a music video. Shot in downtown Orlando, the video showcased their talent and foreshadowed the greatness to come. In 2005, Prolific released the mixtape called “Live From The O Part 1”. That was just the first installment of the series and in 2008 and 2009, “Live From The O Part 2 and 3” was released, respectively. The singles, “Get Your Hustle Up” and “Situations” produced by San Calo, was released in 2009. “Get Your Hustle Up” which features Zin O.D., Neme and Exile is a radio ready, street banger, with sharp lyricism and a hypnotizing beat. Flamez, Neme and Zin O.D. are featured on “Situations”.

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  • RemedyzKid

    I did enjoy this music, the beats are real clean and nice. Great flow and everything.

    7 Sep 2009 Reply
  • bjorN-Z

    you should drop those numbers from your artist name, people will never remember those numbers, so it will never benefit the marketing of your group

    3 Sep 2009 Reply
  • Chingy314

    this is not bad! get ya hustle up ;)

    3 Sep 2009 Reply
  • camohotti

    currently bumpin "situations" yeeeeeah;]

    31 Aug 2009 Reply
  • westsidepAc

    they need a mixtape and situations is good

    20 Aug 2009 Reply
  • Trusso32

    They are amazing

    18 Aug 2009 Reply
  • KillahDaDillah

    "Situations" - badazz song !

    13 Aug 2009 Reply
  • KillahDaDillah

    real real good

    13 Aug 2009 Reply
  • teampro1

    the name is Prolific thats the booking number

    13 Aug 2009 Reply
  • WestSideKing

    name is so long. Better was be Prolific.

    12 Aug 2009 Reply
  • sOuller

    and why is so loooong name? or i'ts yours phone number? ;P

    11 Aug 2009 Reply
  • sOuller

    when i listen Get Ya Hustle Up, i think something like "Wth this muthafukaz need a good beatmaker", but afted dat I heard a nice bits. Simply enjoy! need a mixtape or something

    11 Aug 2009 Reply