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The underrated Miami group Poison Clan started as the duo of JT Money and Debonaire, signing with Luther Campbell and releasing 2 Low Life Muthas, produced by 2 Live Crew's Mr. Mixx. Three more albums (Poisonous Mentality, Ruff Town Behavior, and Strait Zooism) followed, featuring various lineup changes with JT as the one constant. With a compelling mix of gun-toting bravado, over-the-top misogyny, dirtball humor, and kidney-shaking bass, the group developed a strong cult following in the South but never quite broke through to the G-Funk–loving mainstream. This compilation features all of Poison Clan's signature jams, with surprisingly diverse production that mixes old-school soul samples and strip club–ready, booty-shaking bass bangers alike. The group's biggest crossover hit—"Shake Whatcha Mama Gave Ya"—is included, as is the mellow, sitar-laced "In My Nature" and more hardcore offerings like "Put Sh*t Past No Ho," "Fakin' Like Gangstas," and the absurdly catchy sing-along anthem "I Hate Hoes." 

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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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