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Houston native Lil' Flip returns after the success of his solo releases with a mod squad of local friends collectively known as the 7-1-3. The production is clean and solid, and there's a very creative homage to Eazy-E's classic "Nobody Move," updated and flipped around Dirty South style. As a value-added bonus, there's an inclusive DVD with new material and additional remixes from Lil' Flip's 2002 Undaground Legend release.

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Biography

Formed: Houston, TX

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '00s

Houston native Lil' Flip emerged out of the Dirty South movement as one of the rappers the legendary DJ Screw would use out of an extremely select roster. This notoriety brought Flip to the forefront and his homemade cassettes would often sell by the trunkload at appearances. His reputation earned him the nickname "the Leprechaun," and he became one of the most in-demand MCs on the chopped and screwed/Dirty South circuit. His 2000 self-release, The Leprechaun, was the subject of an extremely heated...
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