Championed by their homeboy and at one time, member Rick Ross, the Miami hip-hop crew Triple C's (aka Carol City Cartel) came on the scene in 2009 with the club hit "Go." Their roots go back over a decade earlier, when in 1997 Ross and rapper Gunplay began collaborating tracks. When rapper Torch joined a year later, they became Carol City Cartel but after years of mixtapes and local releases, Ross would bust out with a solo career, officially leaving the group and releasing his debut album, Port of Miami, in 2006. Remaining loyal to his old crew, Ross -- who was replaced by Young Breed -- would feature the Triple C's on the Port of Miami cut "It Ain't a Problem." Gunplay would return for Ross' 2009 album, Deeper Than Rap, and then that same year their single, "Go," plus their debut album, Custom Cars and Cycles, would both land on the Def Jam label. ~ David JeffriesPortions of Content Provided by Rovi Corporation.
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