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About Made Men

Previously known as Almighty RSO, this group was important in Boston's mid-1990s rap scene, first turning heads with their scorching anti-police anthem "One In The Chamba." Due to media scrutiny, deaths within the group and assorted drama, they changed their name and sound, and in 1999 they released Classic Limited Edition. The album highlights their new image as ice-draped, Benz-driving, Mafioso party rappers. Production fits accordingly, with danceable tracks produced by Hangmen 3, Daz Dillinger and others. Guests on the mic include Master P, Big Pun and Kurupt.

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Listen toMade Menon Napster

Previously known as Almighty RSO, this group was important in Boston's mid-1990s rap scene, first turning heads with their scorching anti-police anthem "One In The Chamba." Due to media scrutiny, deaths within the group and assorted drama, they changed their name and sound, and in 1999 they released Classic Limited Edition. The album highlights their new image as ice-draped, Benz-driving, Mafioso party rappers. Production fits accordingly, with danceable tracks produced by Hangmen 3, Daz Dillinger and others. Guests on the mic include Master P, Big Pun and Kurupt.

About Made Men

Previously known as Almighty RSO, this group was important in Boston's mid-1990s rap scene, first turning heads with their scorching anti-police anthem "One In The Chamba." Due to media scrutiny, deaths within the group and assorted drama, they changed their name and sound, and in 1999 they released Classic Limited Edition. The album highlights their new image as ice-draped, Benz-driving, Mafioso party rappers. Production fits accordingly, with danceable tracks produced by Hangmen 3, Daz Dillinger and others. Guests on the mic include Master P, Big Pun and Kurupt.

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About Made Men

Previously known as Almighty RSO, this group was important in Boston's mid-1990s rap scene, first turning heads with their scorching anti-police anthem "One In The Chamba." Due to media scrutiny, deaths within the group and assorted drama, they changed their name and sound, and in 1999 they released Classic Limited Edition. The album highlights their new image as ice-draped, Benz-driving, Mafioso party rappers. Production fits accordingly, with danceable tracks produced by Hangmen 3, Daz Dillinger and others. Guests on the mic include Master P, Big Pun and Kurupt.

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