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The Regime
Also known as The Smoke-A-Lot Regime
The Regime Dragon Gang
Origin Oakland, California
Genres Hip hop
Years active 1997–present
Labels Godzilla/Smoke-A-Lot/Rap-A-Lot
Associated acts Luniz, J. Prince, E-40

The Regime is a gangsta rap group created by rapper Yukmouth of The Luniz in 1997 and originally included fellow rappers Tech N9ne, Phats Bossi, Madmax, Poppa LQ, Dizzle Don and Govnormatic.[1] Not long after the original formation, Gonzoe of rap group Kausion and Lil Ke also joined.[1] The group was named as a result of old Hitler movies viewed by Yukmouth in which Hitler's army was referred to as "The Regime" or "The Hitler Regime".[1] The logo for the group is a silhouette of a dragon inspired by Yukmouth's love of dragons and old Bruce Lee movies.[1] The dragon logo also doubles as the logo for Yukmouth's label Smoke-A-Lot Records, which incidentally, The Regime are currently signed to as a group. The Regime is unique when it comes to rap groups in that the members are from different states and cities around the U.S. yet come together to make music and money. Besides guest appearances on numerous Yukmouth related projects, the group has released three acclaimed mixtapes entitled All Out War and plan to release their debut album Regime Dragon Gang.


Current members

  • Ampichino
  • BG Bulletwound
  • Chino Nino
  • Dizzle Don
  • DJ Fingaz
  • Don Twizzi
  • Dorasel
  • Dru Down
  • Gonzoe
  • Govnormatic
  • Grant Rice
  • I-Rocc
  • Jamal (formerly known as Mally G)
  • K.P.
  • Lil' Hyfe
  • Marc Shyst
  • Messy Marv
  • Monsta Ganjah
  • Ms. Story
  • Kenny Kingpin (formerly known as Poppa L.Q.)
  • Tech N9ne
  • Tha Realest
  • The Fleet
  • The Reason
  • Young Bossi
  • Young Dru
  • Yukmouth

Former members

  • Don Stryke
  • E-Blak
  • J-Stone
  • Lil' Ke
  • Madd Maxx
  • Menace
  • Nyce
  • Phats Bossi
  • Pretty Black (Deceased)
  • Yung Skrilla



Studio albums

Album information
The Regime Dragon Gang



External links


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