Going from dirty clothes to filthy rich isn't easy, but Fort Myers' Pretty Boy Gangsta has done it by traversing Alligator Alley to Miami for over a decade. The rapper whose brother built the label and studio that made Plies famous is about to star in his own MTV music video. Working with his own ... More >>
Fresh Kid Ice is the only member of 2 Live Crew to appear on every 2 Live Crew album. He's one of three founding members who got together in a dorm room at an Air Force base in Riverside, California, started rocking shows in Miami, moved permanently to the 305, and took sexplicit bass music around ... More >>
Brother Marquis was 19 years old when he joined 2 Live Crew and started recording some of the most famous dirty raps that the world has ever known. He was born in New York, moved to L.A. at 14, and flew straight to Miami when the Crew needed an extra rapper. Nearly 30 years later, he's been to the ... More >>
What is every rapper's favorite body part? C'mon, that's an easy one. More MCs have put their mind to the big butt issue than there are scientists working on curing cancer. And obviously, in rap music, the bigger the booty, the better. Modern asses are reaching colossal proportions, but not all ... More >>
Had Mannie Fresh heard womp-womp "from the amplifiers" instead of boom after "the truck went uh-uh" in "Still Fly," Big Tymers' Hood Rich would've been a completely different record 10 years ahead of its time. We're glad he didn't. Producing electro beats with enough swag to effortlessly pump thro ... More >>
The original members bounce back. And without Uncle Luke, thankyouverymuch.
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A South Beach parking lot gets papered in cash money
No Good is on top of the game
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