Assholes By Nature

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Criado em: 19 Nov 2008
It's a throwed group to be in especially if your into Texas wreckin' like Z-Ro, Trae, the G-Maab, The S.U.C., you Know....the late D.J. Screw-youDuh, KNo Wat I'm Saying???Just Join And have A great...

Nothin but theM Texas Boyz in this b#%*h!!!
Gone Put it Down 4 Dat BiG TexaS
Z-Ro is a rapper from Houston, Texas who has embraced his inclusion in the SCREWED UP CLICK, a loose collective of Houston rappers associated with the famous DJ Screw, and even proclaimed so brashly on one of his albums, Screwed Up Click Representa (2002). He released a number of other albums during the same early-2000s stretch, having begun a couple years earlier with Look What You Did to Me (1998), and also was a Hoover Crip Gang member. He has recently been featured on Bun B’s song “Get Throwed” with Pimp C, Jay-Z, and Young Jeezy. 2008 Z-ro came out with his new ablum “Crack’ and with ABN “It is what it is”

Trae (born Frasier Thompson III on March 5, 1981)Trae is a Southern rapper from Houston, Texas, United States. With his cousin Z-Ro, he is a part of the underground rap group Screwed Up Click. Trae and Z-Ro, along with Trae's other cousin Dougie D, are the founding members of the group Guerilla Maab. He also has a little brother "Jay-Ton" who is also a rapper and part of ABN.

Trae first gained exposure on the Houston rap scene in 1998 when he made his rapping debut on Z-Ro's album Look What You Did to Me. In 2003, he began his solo career with the album Losing Composure. Same Thing Different Day (2004), the acclaimed Restless (2006), and now his latest release entitled "Life Goes On" . Trae is currently signed to Rap-A-Lot Records.

He was featured in a video called Smash Exclusive: Houston Mic Pass with Lil' Flip, Chamillionaire, Chingo Bling, Bun B, Short Dawg, Big Hawk, Magno and Mike D. He also appeared on the official remix of Yung Joc's song "It's Goin' Down", which earned Joc national attention and became one of the biggest mainstream pop hits of 2006. Trae also has made cameos in many of todays mainstream videos, although not having one himself. Most notability and recently he can be seen in Lil Boosie's "Zoom", Hurricane Chris' "A Bay Bay", Yung Joc's "Coffee Shop and Gorilla Zoe's Hood Nigga".

Trae's trademark is a low, deep, guttural voice. His flow is very fast. In these two areas his style is somewhat reminiscent of Z-Ro's, as well as that of Flesh-N-Bone from Bone Thugs-N-Harmony. Trae sometimes, though not always, mixes multiple vocal layers into his songs. His voice might be a little lower to that of Yung Joc. He is good friends with Yung Joc & Gorilla Zoe.

"Real Talk" was featured on the soundtrack to the video game Madden NFL 07. Trae won an Ozone Award for Patiently Waiting Artist for Texas.

Assholes By Nature

A.B.N., or Assholes by Nature, is a rap group that was started by Trae. ABN is Trae's attempt at a true "clique" from Houston. Like the Screwed Up Click, it features all Houston rappers, but the difference is the quick formation of it. The group features an astonishing 26 members including himself.

Guerilla Maab was a Houston based rap trio which consisted of rappers Z-Ro, his cousin Trae, and his brother Dougie D. They have released 3 studio albums Rise (1999),Resurrection (2002), & Year of the Underdawgs (2003)(all of which have been released as a Screwed and Chopped version). The group disbanded due to internal conflicts regarding financial issues and solo careers.

R.I.P. P.A.T.-the ''Original''.
Fat Pat (born Patrick Lamont Hawkins, February 21, 1970 – February 3, 1998) was a rapper from Houston, Texas and an original member of DJ Screw’s Screwed Up Click. Also known as Mr. Fat Pat and P-A-T, he was most prolific in the mid-1990’s alongside his brother Big Hawk and longtime friend Lil’ Keke. Fat Pat was signed to Wreckshop Records.

On February 3rd, 1998, Fat Pat was shot dead after collecting an appearance fee from a promoter’s apartment.Two weeks later, his debut album, Ghetto Dreams, was released. His album release party became a wake of sorts with rap artists such as Scarface, Willie D, Lil’ Keke, DJ Screw, the Botany Boys, South Park Mexican, in attendance to pay their respects. Four months later, Wreckshop Records released his second album, Throwed In Tha Game, which featured the single Holla At ‘Cha Later. Weeks later, DJ Screw and the Screwed Up Click released their group’s debut album, Screwed Up For Life.

Fat Pat’s brother, Big Hawk, was also shot dead on May 1, 2006.

R.I.P. H.A.W.K-the ''Five Star General'' of the S.U.C.
John Edward Hawkins (November 1, 1969 – May 1, 2006), better known as Big Hawk or H.A.W.K was a rapper from Houston, Texas and a founding member of the late DJ Screw's rap group the Screwed Up Click. He was also the older brother of Fat Pat, who was killed in 1998. Hawk, 36, was recently married and had two young sons.Hawk released his solo album, “Under Hawk’s Wings” on Dead End Records in 2000 and had recorded with Lil’ Flip, Lil’ Keke, Big Moe, Z-Ro and was featured on the Lil’ Troy hit “Wanna Be A Baller.”

He was respected in the Houston underground rap scene and appeared on numerous mixtapes from artists such as Paul Wall, Lil’ Flip, Z-Ro, E.S.G., Lil’ Keke and Big Pokey. After Screw’s death in 2000, he was the main person responsible for keeping the S.U.C. together, so much so that his nickname was the Five Star General of the Screwed Up Click. He scored a regional hit with 2002’s “U Already Know” and was recently featured on the popular single “Swang” by Trae that included a tribute to Fat Pat in 2005. His 2001 self-titled album reached No. 45 on Billboard’s list of top R&B and rap albums. In 2006, Hawk, along with Clint Dempsey, aka Deuce, of the U.S. National Soccer team recorded a song for Nike’s “Joga Bonito” World Cup soccer promotion called “Don’t Tread”. He was part of Pepsi’s Yahoo! “Houston Mic Pass” with Lil’ Flip, Chamillionaire, Trae, Chingo Bling, Bun B, Short Dawg, Magno and Mike D.

R.I.P. Mr.Po-YO (Big M.O.E.)-the ''Pour-Up Super-Star''.
Big Moe, stage name of Kenneth Moore (August 20, 1974 – October 14, 2007), was an American rapper from Houston, Texas.Like many Houston-based rappers, Big Moe began his career free styling on DJ Screw’s mix tapes before being signed to Wreckshop Records. Wreckshop Records released Big Moe’s debut album, City of Syrup in (2000); the title a nod to Houston’s reputation for drinking codeine-laced syrup, which Moe pours from a Styrofoam cup on the album’s cover. “City of Syrup” album featured the single, “Mann!”, which Moe intended to be The South Side’s answer to Black Rob’s East Coast hit “Whoa!”.A year and half later, Moe returned with his second album, Purple World in (2002). This release showcased a Who’s Who of Houston vocalists and two versions of Moe’s breakthrough single, “Purple Stuff.” MTV gave Moe’s Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory-themed video a few rotations. He was also featured in songs with Mike Jones, Z-Ro, Lil’ O, Walter Cooper, Southside Playaz and Big Pokey. Big Moe was also in talks to make appearances in the up and coming cartoon series Pablo and Victor where he would play himself.

Died October 14, 2007 Due to an overdose of Codiene. Tribute songs Were Provided by Lil’ Flip.

R.I.P. Sweet James-the ''Trillest"
Chad Butler (December 29, 1973 – December 4, 2007) was a Houston based rapper. Known professionally as Pimp C, he was one-half of southern hip hop act UGK. UGK, which also includes Bun B, was a successful act in the Southern U.S. during the late-1990s and early-2000s, and also made prominent guest appearances on hit singles by Jay-Z (“Big Pimpin’”, 2000) and Three 6 Mafia (“Sippin’ On Some Sizzurp”, 2000).

On January 28, 2002, Pimp C was sentenced to eight years in prison for not completing community service which he got for an aggravated gun assault charge. Though still incarcerated, Pimp C released his debut solo album, The Sweet James Jones Stories, in March 2005 through Rap-A-Lot Records.

Pimp C was released on Friday, December 30, 2005 from the Terrell Prison Unit in Livingston, Texas.

Pimp C was treated for minor injuries on April 18, 2006, after he was involved in a car accident while leaving the video shoot for his single “Pourin’ Up.” [3] A Port Arthur Police officer that was escorting the rappers responded to gunfire and pursued the shooters. As the suspects fled through local neighborhoods on a flat tire, they crossed over Gulf Way Drive, ran a red light and struck Pimp C’s Bentley at high speed. He was treated for minor injuries and released.

On August 15, 2006, Pimp C appeared on BET’s “Rap City”. He was interviewed and gave his thoughts on multiple topics, including his current album, Pimpalation, and beefs in the music industry.

On Tuesday, December 4, 2007 Pimp C was found dead at the Mondrian hotel in Los Angeles, California. The story was first reported by celebrity gossip website and the news was later confirmed to the public by Houston radio station KBXX 97.9 The Box, where Bun-B, Pimp-C’s partner in UGK, confirmed the news of Pimp C’s sudden death.

Pimp C was a musical pioneer and an originator defining and creating a sound that still influences a lot of popular music today.

Pimp C, born Chad Butler, is survived by a wife and three children.

R.IP. D.J. SCREW-the ''All Time D.J.,the real King of the South''.
DJ Screw, born Robert Earl Davis, Jr. (June 27, 1971 –November 16, 2000), was a central figure in the Houston rap scene.
After spending most of the 1990s as an infamous local phenomenon in Houston, TX, DJ Screw suddenly found himself gaining sudden notoriety before his unfortunate death in late 2000. The Houston DJ made a name for himself primarily because of his uncanny mixing style, which found him pitching down his records to a lumbering and quite eerie pace supposedly emulating the effects of recreationally using codeine. Over the course of the ’90s, what began as novelty actually became a rather lucrative venture for Screw, who produced hundreds of mix tapes, with some estimates projecting his total number of tapes topping over a thousand; furthermore, he sold the tapes at his Houston-based record store, Screwed Up Records and Tapes. Oddly enough, he preferred to release his mixes almost exclusively on cassette, though fans often recorded the mixes and traded them via the Internet; in addition, countless “screwed” remixes of popular rap anthems were widely available on Napster thanks to his cultish following.

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