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Although Houston rap's crossover heyday has come and gone, pioneering H-Town emcee and Swishahouse representative Lil' Keke stays busy and keeps putting out good music. After coming up with legendary mixtape maestro DJ Screw and the Screwed Up Click, Keke started dropping solo records in the late '90s and is probably best known for his 1998 anthem "Southside" (off Don't Mess with Texas). Not as nationally known as his peers Paul Wall or Slim Thug, he's still a huge star locally and has released dozens of projects over the last decade. Stylistically, he pretty much sounds the way he always has, with rambunctious beats supporting brash rhymes about looking fresh ("Fly"), staying paid ("Gwap"), repping his hood ("I Got Seven 13"), and being a gangsta ("Nutin' but a Gangsta"). If you're in the mood for rolling in the Caddie or H-Town street rap, Testimony is for you.

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King of the south

This dude is the truth! his major label album was slept on but you got my word as a man it was a classic. hope to hear more from him

Return of a Texas Veteran

At a time when so much rap is "pop-py" and commercial, it's great to see veterans like Lil Keke back in the stores with new material. And this album lives up to his reputation. Really good.


I definitely see this one staying in my rotation for a while!


Born: March 31, 1976 in Houston, TX

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

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

A member of the loosely organized Houston-based rap collective known as the Screwed Up Click, Lil' Keke quickly proved himself one of the collective's strongest artists, debuting in 1997 with Don't Mess wit Texas, which sold 40,000 copies in Houston alone. It was re-released nationally as The Commission in 1998 with the hood anthem “Southside,” as its single. Keke would release nine independent solo albums and a handful of collaboration LPs (with Slim Thug, Big Hawk, and his crew Herschelwood Hardheadz)...
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