|Origin||Oakland, California, United States|
|Genres||West Coast hip hop, Gangsta rap, Hip hop|
|Labels||Priority Records, Big League Records, Inc.|
|Website||415 on Myspace|
1988–1991: 41Fivin and Nu Niggaz on Tha Blokkk
The group takes its name from the telephone area code 415, which originally served San Francisco and Oakland; it has since split in 1992 with San Francisco retaining 415 while Oakland became served by the new area code 510. 415 released its debut 41Fivin in 1988. Two years later, Richie Rich released his debut solo album, Don't Do It, which featured production from DJ Daryl and J.E.D. and guest appearances from D-Loc and Lady Ace. That same year D-Loc released his own solo debut, Split Personality, which also featured strong participation from the other members of 415.
Later that year the group was ready to sign a major-label contract with Priority Records, however Richie Rich was arrested for possession of cocaine. 415 released their second and final album of new material, Nu Niggaz on Tha Blokkk, without any participation from Richie Rich, as he was spending one year in jail. Although their second album fared well on the Billboard charts, the group faded from the scene soon after.
1994 – present: DJ Daryl and Richie Rich solo projects
After Richie Rich was released from prison, he went on to release four solo albums, from 1996-2002. Each of those albums featured production from Daryl L. Anderson(DJ Daryl).
- 1990: Don't Do It by Richie Rich
- 1990: Split Personality by D-Loc
- 1993: Then & Now by DJ Daryl & Broski
- 1996: Half Thang by Richie Rich
- 1996: Seasoned Veteran by Richie Rich
- 1998: Up Close & Personal by D-Loc
- 1999: Block Monstaz by DJ Daryl
- 2000: The Game by Richie Rich
- 2002: Nixon Pryor Roundtree by Richie Rich
- 415 at Discogs
- 415 at MusicBrainz
- 415 on Myspace
- DJ Daryl at Discogs
- D-Loc at Discogs
- J.E.D. at Discogs