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A rapper/producer hailing from New Orleans, Fiend (a.k.a. International Jones) has been steadily putting out music since 1995 and is probably best known for his earlier work with Master P's No Limit Records, on hit albums like There's One in Every Family and Street Life. Briefly a member of the Ruff Ryders crew, he also did a collabo album with DJ Paul and Juicy J from Three 6 Mafia. In 2000 he went fully independent, started his own label, and has been grinding away in the studio ever since, releasing more than a dozen digital solo projects such as Tennis Shoes and Tuxedos, Cool Is in Session, and Fiend 4 Da Money Vol. 1 & 2. While average rap fans would probably think to themselves "That cat is still around?," the fact is that Fiend sounds as good (or better) than ever before, with his distinctively deep voice and entertaining rhymes. On Wrapping Papers, he links up with producer Monsta Beats, who contributes six tracks overflowing with wily keys, chunky drums, and huge low-end. "Spit Rocks" and "Drifting" are especially outstanding.

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Fiend shows growth in music. This is def a nice banger!

Must have

It's only $5 for great beats any lyrics comin out the south you can't go wrong with the JETS

U drop We cop!

Louisiana taking over the rap game! Proud to call it home.


Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

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

One of Master P's many No Limit soldiers during the label's peak, Fiend never experienced much solo success though he contributed heavily to the work of his colleagues, most notably P's crossover hit, "Make Em Say Ugh." Born Ricky Jones and raised in the 17th ward of New Orleans, Fiend lost his brother at a young age; the loss made a strong mark on the eventual rapper and darkly tainted his world view. He later embraced rap music and signed to Big Boy Records, also home to Mystikal at the time. The...
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