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With a distinctive hip-hop sound that deftly balances underground appeal with mainstream accessibility, Minamina (pronounced Ma-nuh ma-nuh) Goodsong is proof that white rappers don't have to be shocking á la Eminem or Insane Clown Posse to entertain. Songs like "Wow" and "Golden" boast memorable hooks that lodge themselves into your consciousness on first listen, while "Ghostman" matches a human beatbox with an off-kilter beat as the duo trades nimble rhymes that place them firmly in the alt-rap category. With a polished sound and style to spare, these cats are ready for the Big Time.


Formed: Atlanta, GA

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Atlanta hip-hoppers Minamina Goodsong are definitely sillier than your average crew. But that doesn't mean Pgnut Prehistoric (Brandon Odum), Adahma AD (Evan Wix), and DJ T'Challa, aka the Teacher (Cedric Dodd) aren't serious about what they do. Pals since middle school, the trio cut their hip-hop teeth on classic releases of the late '80s and early '90s from De La Soul, the Beastie Boys, and New York's Native Tongues collective. Before Minamina, Pgnut himself contributed his skills to Kaleidoscope,...
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