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Album Review

Discovered by Luther Campbell, Poison Clan was initially molded similarly to 2 Live Crew, as evidenced by 2 Low Life Muthas' production — executed by Campbell and 2 Live Crew producer Mr. Mixx — and its mostly lighthearted but occasionally raunchy themes of womanizing, partying, and goofing around. J.T. Money and Debonaire broke out with this album's booming, "Shaft"-sampling "Dance All Night." Not terribly dissimilar from 2 Live Crew tracks like "Move Somethin'," it's one of the few clean songs Poison Clan released — it's easily their most accessible, and it's also one of the best dance-rap singles of the early '90s; some rotation of the video on Yo! MTV Raps helped give the group some notice, but the remainder of the album didn't do a great deal to build on its success. The duo proves to be competent on the mic, but they don't go much beyond that, and Mr. Mixx's production work rarely hits the level of his best work for 2 Live Crew. J.T. Money briefly hits upon the gangsta themes that would saturate the remaining PC records; on "Bad Influence," he shows he's most comfortable with hard-edged rhymes. This decent debut comes off as 2 Live lite, an issue that would be rectified right after this.

Customer Reviews

Better Axe Somebody

Okay, the Poison Clan may not be at the top of the list on iTunes but, rest assured, any fan of old school hip-hop like BDP, NWA, Ice-T, etc. is going to love these guys. Just listen to the samples of tracks 1, 2, and 8 and you should be ready to download the album. Frankly, I doubt you can find this in many record stores these days. I owned the cassette in 1990.

J- jackin T- tourist M- money The Real Testament!!

Poison Clan definitely had edge. This was a dynamic duo produced by Luke that didn't come off with that booty shake appeal or overtly sexual, they were strictly street. This cd was the first of Poison Clan's cds and it spoke directly to the streets of S. Florida, I grew up 2 Live but adopted the Poison Mentality. If you really want to know the foundation of Hip Hop in S.Florida and where Trick Daddy Dolla and Plies got their inspiration, start here and move onto Poison Mentality because they were as real as it get. I love Poison Clan!!!

Poison Clan

This album dropped when tapes were still poppin', Debonaires rymes were heart stoppin' and jaw droppin', before Rap was hip-hopped and most albums flopped. If your a fan of Ol' Skool Rap check it out!!! PEACE

Biography

Formed: Miami, FL

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '90s

One of the few successful rap groups from the South in the early '90s, Poison Clan played an important role in the development of the Dirty South movement that would arise late in the decade. The group began as a 2 Live Crew-sponsored group on Luke Records and came to an end when the group's driving force, JT Money, went on to a more successful solo career after a business-related dispute with Luke. In retrospect, though Poison Clan struggled to gain notoriety...
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