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Tha Dogg Pound
Cali Iz Active

When Kurupt re-signed with Tha Row in 2002, most thought the prospects of a Dogg Pound reunion were highly unlikely. In fact, Daz Dillinger and his former partner in rhyme quickly got embroiled in a tense war of words that ...

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Shawnna
Block Music

Possessing both sex appeal and lyrically sharp volleys, Shawnna has the best of both worlds. However, her inconsistent debut, Worth Tha Weight, failed to show that duality, and barely made a dent on SoundScan. Less than two years later, the ...

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DJ Khaled
Listennn…The Album

In the ’90s, Funkmaster Flex and DJ Clue proved that a star-studded Rolodex was all a successful jock needed to make the transition from spinning records to making them. So with his Terror Squad affiliation and on-air gig at Miami’s ...

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Yung Joc
New Joc City

Dope boys with hustle and flow seem to be all the rage nowadays. Riding the wave ignited by trap stars like T.I. and Young Jeezy is Atlanta native Yung Joc, the latest find from Diddy’s Southern diplomat Block. Luckily, the ...

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Rhymefest
Blue Collar

It was Sprite’s old ad campaign that coined the phrase “Image is nothing. Thirst is everything.” Well, in the case of Rhymefest, his thirst for hip-hop immortality holds paramount over any “backpacker” label. Proving that you can’t judge a book ...

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Whoo Kid & Freeway
G-Unit Radio #19

In any hip-hop faction, strength is unquestionably defined in numbers. That’s why, as he preps for his sophomore release, Free at Last, Freeway has doubled his insurance policy with Jay-Z and 50 Cent both co–executive producing his forthcoming LP. Before ...

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