J-Mack

J-Mack

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After several years of working with the like of West Coast profiles C-BO, Cougnut, Chunk, Hollow Tip, and Dr. Dre, J-Mack made off on his own with 1996's "Crimerate" on Priority Records. With his street-smart attitude and gangsta persona, J-Mack's follow-up, "Bloody Money," was released by Big Grip Records in 1999 with a little help from fellow California hood's Cappone, Doobie, and Nate Fox. Changes followed two years later. ~ Mike DaRonco

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