ProtÃ©gÃ©s of Scarface, Facemob formed around the talents of five rappers from five different states, with no connections that didn't involve the former Geto Boy. Florida native Devin originally performed with Rap-a-Lot's Odd Squad; Houston's Smit-D was a childhood friend of Scarface's; 350, the only female member, was invited after passing him a tape at a show in Cleveland; from St. Paul, DMG originally impressed Scarface so much he gained his own solo album (1993's Rigormortiz) for RAL; and Chicago native Chi-Ray, who the group formed around, wasn't so much a rapper as a veteran of area talent shows. The group released a heavily hyped 1996 debut, The Other Side of the Law, on Rap-a-Lot, and returned (surprisingly) in 2002 with Silence. ~ John BushPortions of Content Provided by Rovi Corporation.
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