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Southern Boyz

""Whatcha Gon' Do""



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SOUTHERN BOYZ BIOGRAPHY *** ATTENTION *** A new era of evolutionary sound has evolved within the hip hop industry!! To all my hustlers, pimps, trapstarz, ballers and record industry executives. To all my treal G's grinding in the game focused on their paper and throwing their hood up with pride whenever and wherever, elevating their game high in the sky like a ghetto bird helicopter shinning the spotlight down on earth revealing all of the haters, backstabbers, snakes, fakes and goldiggers. To all my trappers slangin from dusk till dawn, getting it by any means necessary the true mercenaries on the block. To all my authentic niggas on the rise, eyes on the prize from sunrise to sunrise. Country Money Entertainment presents gangsters and gentlemen, the hustler's hustlers, the G's OG and your favorite rappers favorite rapper none other than Montgomery, Alabama's finest The Southern Boyz. While some are on the outside looking in, The Southern Boyz is in the trap looking out! First up founder and head honcho of Country Money Entertainment and The Southern Boyz is 6'4" 250 plus and built ram tough ya boy Country Pimp. Born (10-14-80) and raised on the streets of Montgomery, Alabama's north side, Country Pimp acquired much game and the gift of gab through out the hustle and bustle of his childhood years. Since game recognizes game he went on to graduate from Montgomery's Robert E. Lee High School and later from FAMU in Tallahassee, Florida. Country Pimp then moved to Atlanta in order to pursue a career in music. He began spitting venom wherever and whenever he could in the ATL/Alabama's underground hip hop seen. Lacing instrumentals with more bars than the south's prison system, ripping tracks like a train wreck with his thick voiced gangster flow. Although he was dubbed a lyrical giant in the underground scene he felt his music was missing a main ingredient. Enter Mike B., the second half of The Southern Boyz dynamic duo. Mike B. also a Montgomery native born (10-28-81) and graduated from Jeff Davis High School in Montgomery is the rhythm and gangster of the group. His melodic hooks and harmonic voice provide a unique blend to The Southern Boyz music giving it that razor sharp edge that keeps slicing the competition to the white meat again and again. So the next time you cross the Mason Dixon line, spend money in the country or enter the 4A state (A l A b A m A) remember, you can call them country, you can call them a product of their environment, you can call them black pearls or just plain black but whatever you call them please keep it gangsta and remember Southern Boyz keep getting Country Money so let's break bread. Nuff said, insert the CD, press play, mash the gas and grip grain to the sounds of The Southern Boyz "Damn Near Famous".



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April 18, 2007

Performance at Off The Wagon

19 Apr 2007, 11:00 PM - Off The Wagon Dexter Ave Montgomery, Alabama US Cost: N/A Description: Liquid Wallbanga

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douglas1979
douglas1979

Male, 35, Michigan City, IN

Posted November 21, 2009


MUCH LOVE TO ALL OF ALABAMA I-65 TO CHICAGO YA'LL DOWN THERE KEEP YA HEAD UP


SimDozen
SimDozen

Male, 30, Bessemer, AL

Posted April 10, 2009


bco niggaz get it how u live !!! shotout 2 my bama niggaz tha land of real niggaz .


242102
242102

Male, 48, Hawkinsville, GA

Posted May 23, 2007


BAMA for life. bigs up to da o [ opelika,al ], phenix city,al , and always 'skegee [tuskegee,al]


lostcause1
lostcause1

Female, 37, Montgomery, AL

Posted April 20, 2007


keep reppin the gupm and f-ck any dj that aint got love the south