Rottin Razkals

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The Rottin Razkals were an underground hip hop group signed to Motown Records’s sub-label, Mad Sounds Recordings. Composed of three members, Chap, Fam and Diesel (Treach’s younger brother) the group was closely associated with Naughty by Nature, first appearing on their 1993 album, 19 Naughty III on the song “Knock Em Out Da Box”…

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Raw Breed

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Raw Breed is a hip hop group from The Bronx formed in 1993. Members: Alexander The Great, Marc Rippin’, Nick Swift, DJ Solo Flxx and Sam Swing. Their style is similar to the Onyx. The lyrics doesnt have much meaning, but the hardcore beats balance it out…

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Pete Nice & Daddy Rich

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Dust to Dust is an album by former 3rd Bass members, Pete Nice (Prime Minister Pete Nice) and DJ Richie Rich (Daddy Rich). The album was released in 1993 for Def Jam Recordings and was produced by Pete Nice, DJ Richie Rich, KMD and Psycho Les.

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Pacewon

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Pacewon is an American rapper and producer. He rose to fame in the late 90s as one of the prominent and founding members of the rap group Outsidaz along with fellow rappers Young Zee, D.U., Slang Ton, Az-Izz, Loon, Axe, Yah Yah, Rah Digga and others. The group would later make Detroit rappers Eminem and Bizarre of D12 honorary members of the group after they collaborated with members of the group…

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O.C.

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Omar Credle was born in Brooklyn and raised in the Bushwick section. In 1991, he would make his recording debut on Organized Konfusion’s “Fudge Pudge” and one year later he made a featuring on the remix of MC Serch‘s “Back to the Grill” (which also features a very young Nasty Nas).

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