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Since making his debut on the late Tupac Shakur's 1996 album, All Eyez on Me, Sacramento-based rapper C-Bo is probably known more for his brushes with the law than his work in the studio. Despite spending time in jail, C-Bo managed to release six albums in quick succession. Enemy of the State ranks among his best efforts. The title track is a dramatic song filled with pianos and strings that seems to come out of a horror-movie soundtrack. "Nothin' Over My G's" and "Spray Yourself" are also impressive gangster rants. While most will be repelled by C-Bo's dark, violent world view, there is no question that he has a voice that should be heard. C-Bo is a talent who belongs behind a mic, not behind bars.

Biography

Born: 14 January 1974 in Sacramento, CA

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Beginning with his 1993 debut, Gas Chamber, C-BO made it clear that he planned on surprising rap listeners with his controversial lyrics, which would eventually land him in jail. Of course, the hardcore Californian's steady rise towards continued popularity increased year by year, with an album being released nearly every year following his jaw-dropping debut. With album titles such as Autopsy and Tales From the Crypt, C-BO quickly attained a cult following, similar to the small legions of listeners...
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