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Dilated Peoples (US)

Dilated Peoples is a hip-hop group that has achieved great fame in the underground hip-hop community, although their only real mainstream success was the song This Way, a 2004 collaboration with Kanye West.

DJ Babu (from the DJ crew Beat Junkies), Evidence, and Rakaa joined together in 1992 in Los Angeles, CA and released Third Degree and Work the Angles, which were quickly established as favorites in the underground scene and among rap critics. They eventually signed to Capitol and in 2000 released The Platform, to more critical acclaim. Their sophomore set Expansion Team was released in 2001, led by the Alchemist-produced single Worst Comes To Worst, which sampled from Mobb Deep's Survival Of The Fittest. Their third album, ...

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Madchild (CA)

1) Shane Bunting (born October 21, 1975 in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada), better known by his stage name Madchild, has been an active Canadian rapper since 1993.

He is half of the Vancouver-based hip-hop group Swollen Members, alongside Prevail and longtime producer Rob the Viking. In 2009, he released his solo EP entitled The Mad Child EP. Mad Child can be recognized by his high, nasal, atypical voice.

In late 2009, around the time of the release of the newest Swollen Members album "Armed to The Teeth", news broke about Bunting's addiction to opioid painkillers. His addiction was purportedly directly related to the 3 year "break" taken by the group. He has since recovered, and often references his past in ...

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Prop Dylan

Prop Dylan is one of the most swedish underrated and slept on rapper. With over hundred live performances, several demo releases/label drops, freestyle competitions, small/major tours in his backpack he has made his name known throughout the regions of Scandinavia. Read more on . User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.

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