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South Central Cartel
Origin South Los Angeles, California, U.S.
Genres Hip hop, G-Funk
Years active 1991-present
Labels G.W.K., Pump, Quality, Def Jam
Associated acts Havoc & Prodeje
Young Murder Squad
Members
Prodeje
Havoc
Havikk the Rhime Son
L.V.
DJ Kaos
DJ Gripp
Young Prodeje (1993-present)

South Central Cartel is a Los Angeles-based gangsta rap group. Some of their popular songs include "U Gotta Deal Wit Dis", "Pops Was a Rolla", "Ya Getz Clowned", "Gang Stories", "Servin 'Em Heat", "Knocc on Wood" (Remix), and "All Day Everyday" & "Eastside-Westside".

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Biography

As one of the original early-'90s West Coast gangsta collectives to follow N.W.A.'s lead, South Central Cartel first appeared with their debut album South Central Madness in 1991, before releasing a succession of albums throughout the remainder of the decade. After their follow-up, 1994s 'N Gatz We Truss, generated a sizable amount of attention in the gangsta rap underground. Def Jam Recordings signed the group, eventually resulting in their most commercially successful album, 1997s All Day Everyday.

During this same era, group leaders Havoc & Prodeje together released a string of albums on Pump Records as well, helping garner a small yet healthy cult audience. Despite their lack of mainstream success, the group does stand alongside fellow early-'90s West Coast colleagues such as N.W.A., Compton's Most Wanted, and Above the Law as gangsta rap pioneers.

Discography

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Albums

Year Title Chart positions[1]
Billboard 200 Top R&B/Hip hop albums
1991 South Central Madness - #51
1994 'N Gatz We Truss #32 #4
1997 All Day Everyday #178 #35
1999 Concrete Jungle Vol. 1 - -
2001 Gangsta Conversation - -
2002 We Have the Right to Remain Violent - -
2003 South Central Hella - -
2004 Random Violence - -
2005 Westurrection - -
2006 Tha Hoodz in Us - -
2009 Chucc N It Up - -

Singles

Year Title Chart positions[2] Album
Hot rap singles Hot R&B/Hip hop songs
1992 "U Gotta Deal Wit Dis (Gangsta Luv)" #30 - South Central Madness
"Ya Getz Clowned" - -
1993 "Pops Was a Rolla" #19 -
"Servin' Em Heat" - - 'N Gatz We Truss
1994 "Gang Stories" (featuring Mr. 3-2 & Big Mike) #12 #63
"It's a S.C.C. Thang" (featuring The Chi-Lites) - -
"Seventeen Switches" - -
1997 "All Day Everyday" - - All Day Everyday
"S.C.G.'z" - -

Other related releases

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