What do you get when you combine gasoline and fire….?….. that’s right an explosion! That best describes STREET MONOPOLY. Hailing from various cities around the country, this conglomerate of mc’s have basically started a monopoly. With a driven work ethic STREET MONOPOLY has flooded the market with thousands of mix tapes, appearances and solo releases around the country. Simply put these boys can go. STREET MONOPOLY is a varied collection of different mc’s, big dipp, big truck, bill folk$, djames, $ixxx, dirty peoples, MDQ, k-dub, k bouty, dino, tay, and benny blanco. All members are past solid as solo artists yet together they form a deadly rhyme collective. This super camp has been terrorizing clubs and arenas around the country.
STREET MONOPOLY certainly doesn’t suffer from a lack of confidence. As soon as you pop in a STREET MONOPOLY cd you can hear there past sick swagger, over booming drum patterns along with unmatched word play. They have self financed and self released three underground mix tapes, after the rose bowl, grind time and grind time 2.0, ( which have surpassed over 10,000 units moved hand to hand} and have recently completed a full length CD ” THE BLACK OUT”. With members hailing from Texas, New York, Indiana, Chicago, California, and Louisiana, they are bridging the gap between all coasts.
STREET MONOPOLY has blessed the stage along with major recording artist such as, Lil Jon, Young Bloodz, Outcast, Eight Ball & MJG, Lil Ke Ke, Lil Boosie, Drama, 5 Ward Boys, Zero, Point Blank, ESG, Juvenile, Cash Money Records, and Billy Cook, just to name a few. This camp has many accolades, recently they made it to the finial round of WABB 97.9’s radio talent search ( Mobile, Alabama ), in two consecutive years STREET MONOPOLY was voted top musical act in the Texas JAM-A-THON competition and music festival (Austin, TX.), in New Orleans they made it to the finials in and won the Source Unsigned Hype Competition, for six consecutive weeks held the number one spot on 88.7 KAZI’S local top 40, hosted by the legendary DJ White brother, and With many more to mention, they are certainly creating a powerful buzz worthy of recognition.
While many are complaining about the “coonification” of rap, STREET MONOPOLY is one of the few camps doing something about it, BEWARE OF THE MONOPOLY.