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Killer Mike

About Killer Mike

Best known for the unbelievably catchy 2003 radio hit "A.D.I.D.A.S.," Killer Mike is a dirty south rapper with ties to Atlanta superstars Outkast (he appeared on a handful of the group's songs before breaking out on his own). Killer Mike incorporates Gravediggaz-like horrorcore into his music, coming off as the weirdest of the whole dirty south hip-hop scene -- a refreshing take on a genre that's usually a little more "follow-the-leader" than is good for anybody. Killer Mike's debut album, Monster, came out on Sony in 2003.

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Killer Mike

Best known for the unbelievably catchy 2003 radio hit "A.D.I.D.A.S.," Killer Mike is a dirty south rapper with ties to Atlanta superstars Outkast (he appeared on a handful of the group's songs before breaking out on his own). Killer Mike incorporates Gravediggaz-like horrorcore into his music, coming off as the weirdest of the whole dirty south hip-hop scene -- a refreshing take on a genre that's usually a little more "follow-the-leader" than is good for anybody. Killer Mike's debut album, Monster, came out on Sony in 2003.

About Killer Mike

Best known for the unbelievably catchy 2003 radio hit "A.D.I.D.A.S.," Killer Mike is a dirty south rapper with ties to Atlanta superstars Outkast (he appeared on a handful of the group's songs before breaking out on his own). Killer Mike incorporates Gravediggaz-like horrorcore into his music, coming off as the weirdest of the whole dirty south hip-hop scene -- a refreshing take on a genre that's usually a little more "follow-the-leader" than is good for anybody. Killer Mike's debut album, Monster, came out on Sony in 2003.

About Killer Mike

Best known for the unbelievably catchy 2003 radio hit "A.D.I.D.A.S.," Killer Mike is a dirty south rapper with ties to Atlanta superstars Outkast (he appeared on a handful of the group's songs before breaking out on his own). Killer Mike incorporates Gravediggaz-like horrorcore into his music, coming off as the weirdest of the whole dirty south hip-hop scene -- a refreshing take on a genre that's usually a little more "follow-the-leader" than is good for anybody. Killer Mike's debut album, Monster, came out on Sony in 2003.