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  3. Double XX Posse, was a 1990s hip hop group. Its debut album, Put Ya Boots On (1992), spawned two successful singles. The first and most…

  4. K-Solo, aka Kevin Self Organization Left Others, is a New York MC best known for a style of rhyming that involves spelling out words, which was…

  5. D-Nice is the stage name of beatboxer, rapper, producer and photographer Derrick Jones (born June 19, 1970 in Bronx, New York), who began his…

  6. Yaggfu Front stands for You Are Gonna Get Fucked Up (if you) Front. The humour driven Hip Hop -group has released two albums: 1994 release…

  7. Chill Rob G (born Robert Frazier) is an MC from Jersey City, New Jersey. He was part of DJ Mark the 45 King's New Jersey-based Flavor Unit…

  8. Chi Ali Griffith (born May 27, 1976 in Brooklyn, New York) professionally known as Chi Ali is an American rapper, best known musically for his album…

  9. There are at least two artists using this name

    1) Steady B (b. Warren McGlone) AKA MC Boob is a former rapper from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania,…

  10. Young Black Teenagers (YBT) was an early 1990's American rap group consisting of Kamron, First Born, ATA, Tommy Never, and DJ Skribble. Despite…

  11. Three Times Dope (a.k.a. 3XDope) is a hip-hop trio from Philadelphia consisting of EST (Robert Waller), Walter Griggs and Duerwood Beale. Their…

  12. The Tuff Crew, composed of LA Kid, Ice Dog, Tone Love, Monty G, and DJ Too Tuff, is a hip hop group from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, dubbed "Philly's…

  13. The four-man Dallas crew Mad Flava were brief players in the mid-'90s "weed-hop" scene that followed the breakout success of Cypress Hill.…

  14. Da King & I was a hip-hop duo composed of Izzy Ice and DJ Majesty, they were signed to Rowdy/Arista/BMG Records and were often compared to…

  15. Born in Queens NY and raised in Hempstead, Grand Daddy I.U. grew up around music and was exposed to all different genres. When Hip Hop emerged,…

  16. Craig G's career began in the late '80s when he ran with legendary producer Marley Marl and his Juice Crew posse. The Queensbridge rapper teamed…

  17. The original lineup for the rap ensemble 3rd Bass featured rappers Pete Nice (born Pete Nash), MC Serch, and DJ Richie Rich (born Richard…

  18. Norman Rogers (known by his stage name Terminator X) is best known as the producer DJ of the rap group Public Enemy, which he left in 1999. He…

  19. Bay area rapper who was mostly active during the mid to late 90's he became a cult-favorite with many fans with his acting debut as Cousin Harold…

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