Hard-hitting Houston-based rap duo, Meanmug, backed by the gritty, underground sounds of producer Dale "Wicked" Lamar, is blindsiding the rap game and elevating the streets to a new and untouched level. Strapped with an arsenal of internalizing bass, melodic chords, thick snares and lyrics that will mentally challenge the most reputable MC, Meanmug has marked its target and is prepared to rip to shreds the most rigid fan of rap and hip-hop in the streets of H-Town and beyond with its explosive sound.
Meanmug, in its quest for power, has mesmerized crowds as large as 200,000 (Kappafest 2000) and shared the stage with some of hip-hop's top-selling artists including Juvenile, Too Short, and Ginuwine. The powerhouse group has also branched out to other areas of the industry including film, where they were featured in the VH-1 hit movie, Too Legit to Quit- The MC Hammer Story.
Locally, Meanmug's underground hit, Respect, was featured on the straight-to-video MCA movie and soundtrack, Hustletown M.O.B. Houston's underground poet flick, Deadly Wordz also caught wind of the fire and made use of the group's street classic, Lady, from their premier album, The Arrival.
Still in the streets, Meanmug is currently co-hosting their production company's television show dedicated to urban and hip-hop culture, Kingpinradio.com, on Houston's Access Channel 17. They are also prepared to take the streets of H-Town with their most anticipated CD, Street Pirates, now channeling through the underground. No doubt, Kingpin's Crown will shine amongst the Good, the Bad and the Ugly in this dirty game we call rap.
Kingpin Productions and Management
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1. Play Outside
3. Radio (featuring Blaccsheep)
4. Ladies & Gentlemen (featuring Namisha Joiner)
5. All Day
6. Air Time
7. Flip Mode (Pirate Mix)
9. Birds & Bees (featuring Blaccsheep)
10. Feels Good
11. The Pleasure (featuring Q-Tee)
12. Pay-yow (featuring Rosalyn Branch)
13. Here We Go
14. In God We Trust
15. Say Something
16. Shake The Pain
17. Fed Up