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Nitty

About Nitty

Born and raised in the Bronx, Nitty got his start with a crew called the Du Brothers, a large collective of rappers, singers, DJs and breakers. Paying dues and performing around the city, he hit the big time with his first single "Nasty Boy," a speedy club jam that flips the oldies song "Sugar Sugar." With his curse-free rhymes and ridiculously catchy beats, Nitty's style borrows from older fun-rap acts like Will Smith and Young MC. His second single "Hey Bitty" dropped in late 2004, and his debut album Player's Paradise hit stores in spring 2005.

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Nitty

Born and raised in the Bronx, Nitty got his start with a crew called the Du Brothers, a large collective of rappers, singers, DJs and breakers. Paying dues and performing around the city, he hit the big time with his first single "Nasty Boy," a speedy club jam that flips the oldies song "Sugar Sugar." With his curse-free rhymes and ridiculously catchy beats, Nitty's style borrows from older fun-rap acts like Will Smith and Young MC. His second single "Hey Bitty" dropped in late 2004, and his debut album Player's Paradise hit stores in spring 2005.

About Nitty

Born and raised in the Bronx, Nitty got his start with a crew called the Du Brothers, a large collective of rappers, singers, DJs and breakers. Paying dues and performing around the city, he hit the big time with his first single "Nasty Boy," a speedy club jam that flips the oldies song "Sugar Sugar." With his curse-free rhymes and ridiculously catchy beats, Nitty's style borrows from older fun-rap acts like Will Smith and Young MC. His second single "Hey Bitty" dropped in late 2004, and his debut album Player's Paradise hit stores in spring 2005.

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About Nitty

Born and raised in the Bronx, Nitty got his start with a crew called the Du Brothers, a large collective of rappers, singers, DJs and breakers. Paying dues and performing around the city, he hit the big time with his first single "Nasty Boy," a speedy club jam that flips the oldies song "Sugar Sugar." With his curse-free rhymes and ridiculously catchy beats, Nitty's style borrows from older fun-rap acts like Will Smith and Young MC. His second single "Hey Bitty" dropped in late 2004, and his debut album Player's Paradise hit stores in spring 2005.

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