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Dem Franchize Boyz
Also known as DFB
Origin Atlanta, Georgia
Occupations Rapping
Years active 2004–Present
Labels Universal, So So Def, Virgin, Capitol, E1
Website www.demfranchizeboyz.com
Members
Jizzal Man
Parlae
Pimpin
Buddie
Lance Beckner
Clay Aiken

Dem Franchize Boyz is a hip hop group from Atlanta signed to Koch Records. The group comprises four members: Parlae (born Maurice Gleaton), Pimpin' (Jamal Willingham), Jizzal Man (Bernard Leverette), and Buddie (Gerald Tiller).

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The group was signed to Universal Records in 2004 after performing unsigned. Universal released the group's self-titled debut album in September of that year with hit single "White Tee", which the BET cable network featured for some time. In 2005, record producer Jermaine Dupri signed Dem Franchize Boyz to his label So So Def after transferring it from Arista Records to Virgin Records. Dem Franchize Boyz' remix of their earlier track "Oh I Think They Like Me" was retitled simply "I Think They Like Me" and featured Dupri, Bow Wow, and Da Brat and topped the Billboard R&B chart. So So Def released On Top Of Our Game in 2006, and single "Lean Wit It, Rock Wit It" followed. "Lean Wit It" was among several "snap music" singles popular in early 2006, such as "Laffy Taffy" by D4L and "Play" by David Banner.[1]

Dem Franchize Boyz collaborated with Korn to produce a mash-up of "Lean wit It, Rock wit It" and "Coming Undone" called "Coming Undone wit It".[2] Parlae was arrested on June 13, 2006 after police raided a studio and found drugs, weapons, and money.[3] They are also featured in Monica's single "Everytime tha Beat Drop". They released their third album, Our World, Our Way on Koch Records on September 30, 2008.

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