Criminal Manne

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Criminal Manne
Also known as Crim
Origin Memphis, Tennessee, United States
Genres Hip hop, crunk, rap, underground rap
Occupations Rapper
Instruments microphone
Years active 2001–present
Labels Money And The Power LLC, Select-O-Hits, Rap-A-Lot, IMG Records
Associated acts DJ Squeeky, Three 6 Mafia, 8 Ball & MJG, Al Kapone, Pastor Troy, Kingpin Skinny Pimp, Yo Gotti, Scarface, Master P, Frayser Boy
Website www.myspace.com/criminalmanne

Criminal Manne is a rapper from Memphis, Tennessee, United States. He is a member of The Project Playaz. He has sold over 600,000 records to date.[when?]

His Street Ways album reached number 97 on the Billboard R&B Albums Chart.[1]

Discography[edit]

Criminal Manne is an American rapper and he started his career during the underground rap scene with producer-DJ Squeeky/Mo Cheda Records, selling more than 200,000 mixtapes out the trunk and in various radio shops in Memphis, Tennessee in the 1990s with a total of over a million songs sold to date. They began getting recognition from their hit song titled "Buck & Naked" and later signing a deal with Relativity Records (after turning down Universal Records) back in 1998. Criminal Manne was apart of the group Project Playaz and ultimately got their world wide recognition and their first music video aired on "Rap City" (now 106 & Park) that premiered in 1998 titled "Buck With Me". Shortly after departing from Relativity Records in 2000, Project Playaz (Criminal Manne, Thugsta & Yo Lynch) signed a short deal with Warlock Records and later ventured to Rap-A-Lot Records in 2001 and dropped their album titled "The Return". Since the departure of Rap-A-Lot Records that occurred in 2002, Criminal Manne ventured into the Independent Music World and has built his own brand without the help of a major label. Criminal Manne has released four albums and a series of mixtapes. Albums: "PlayTime's Over" in 2002. "Neighborhood Dope Manne" in 2003. "Street Ways" in 2005 and "Got Work" in 2009. Mixtapes: "daNeighborhood Dopeman" (hosted by the Aphilliates & DJ Drama), "The Takeover (with Frayser Boy)", "Atlanta to Memphis" (Criminal Manne & Pastor Troy), "Certified Dopeboy (hosted by DJ Scream)", "Got Work", "The Re-Up (hosted by DJ Scream)", "Certified Dopeboy Vol. 5", "Blow (hosted by DJ 5150)", "Blow 2 (hosted by DJ 5150)", "Blow 3 (hosted by DJ Scream & DJ 5150)", "Blow 3.5 Grams(hosted by Traps N Trunks & DJ Mic Tee)" and "The Come Up (hosted by Traps N Trunks)". Stay tuned for more Criminal Manne!

Solo[edit]

Collaborations[edit]

Mixtapes[edit]

  • 2007: Da Supplyer
  • 2007: daNeighborhood Dopeman (hosted by the Aphilliates & DJ Drama)
  • 2008: The Takeover (with Frayser Boy)
  • 2009: Certified Dopeboy (hosted by DJ Scream)
  • 2009: Got Work
  • 2010: The Re-Up (hosted by DJ Scream)
  • 2010: Certified Dopeboy Vol. 5
  • 2011: Blow (hosted by DJ 5150)
  • 2011: Blow 2 (hosted by DJ 5150)
  • 2012: Blow 3 (hosted by DJ Scream & DJ 5150)
  • 2013: Blow 3.5 Grams(hosted by Traps N Trunks & DJ Mic Tee)
  • 2013: The Come Up (hosted by Traps N Trunks)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Charts & Awards", Allmusic, retrieved 2011-07-10