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Quad City Knock

95 South

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Album Review

95 South's debut album is an enjoyable collection of gangsta rap that shows some promise.

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This is a dope album. Classic, And to the point bass. Well worth the 10 bucks

I had this album in 93, I was only 10 years old. I had two 15's and two 12"s in my room, more or less my family hated my stereo, But My sister came home with this cd and i was hooked. I put this is my (home) stereo and was blown away by the production and catchy songs. Funny but now Im 23 years old and every now and then ill break this album out on my JL's In my ride. Im not a fan of bass cd's at all because they all sound the same. Till this day i still have not heard a tru BASS cd that can even compete with this one. Ill be bumping this when im 50.

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If you were in highschool in 1993, and had 20-15's in your hooptie, this album was a requirement. This, ladies & gents, is a classic. And there's this song, called 60 seconds...that's 71 seconds long. That's funny.

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I wanted all of the song not just 0:41 that's not right for $1.29, WoW... Rep. off.

Biography

Formed: Miami, FL

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Before producers C.C. Lemonhead and Jayski McGowan went on to produce "Tootsee Roll" for the 69 Boyz and "C'Mon N' Ride It (The Train)" for the Quad City DJ's, the duo had a similarly big hit with 95 South's "Whoot, There It Is" in early 1993. The song was the first bass track to cross over to mainstream success (curiously followed, and one-upped, by Tag Team's "Whoop! (There It Is)" a month later). The full-length LP Quad City Knock reached Billboard's Top 20 R&B around the same time the single...
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