Atlanta is in an interesting space right now. With the mayoral race up for grabs, the unemployment rate more than 10 percent and the elimination of the city's housing projects, it's fair to say the proverbial pendulum is swinging in a new direction. Insiders are quickly becoming outsiders. Outsiders have moved inside. And somewhere in the middle of the mayhem sits Bobby Creekwater.
Although he has yet to release an official solo album, the Atlanta native isn't a newcomer by any means. In the early aughts, he signed to Loud Records as one half of the group Jatis.
"The label didn't really know what to do with a Southern rap group at the time," Creek recalls. Eventually, he signed with Eminem's Shady Records/Interscope in 2005, though his solo album would never see the light of day. After the industry took a nosedive, the label needed its cash cows (namely Em and 50 Cent) to drop more records. Creek's album was inevitably pushed to the side. After a brief stint in New York, he returned to Atlanta and amicably split from the label a few months ago.
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ooooohhhh, I'm so excited!! I can't wait to see them together!
come on man you know you got a bromance. you probably still rock that OutKast…
Yes, 14 is the correct answer. I'll pass your info along to the group's manager,…
That was January of 2007, and they are 21 now, so I'm guessing 14?