Ghetto Commission

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Ghetto Commission
Origin New Orleans, Louisiana
Genres Hip hop, Southern hip hop
Years active 1998-2000, 2006-2010
Labels No Limit Records/Priority Records, Flame Entertainment/House of Noise
Associated acts Master P, Gambino Family, Mystikal, Mia X, Prime Suspects, Lil Soldiers, C-Murder, Mac, Magic, Prime Suspects
Members Deuce Holloway
G-Spade
Valerio
Past members Byron Dolliolie


Ghetto Commission formerly known as G-Squard was a rap group signed to No Limit Records whose members composed of New Orleans rappers Holloway, G-Spade, Valerio and singer Dolliolie. The group appeared on many of No Limit's releases from 1998 to 2000, such as Master P's Only God Can Judge Me, Lil' Soldiers' Boot Camp and Mercedes' Rear End. Eventually their first and only album, Wise Guys was released. It didn't make very high on the charts compared to some of No Limit's other chart topping releases, only peaking at #59 on the Billboard 200 and #12 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums. The group's last appearance for No Limit was on the 504 Boyz song "We Bust". The group resurface in 2006 on Carlos Stephens aka C-Los record label called "Flame Entertainment" and has made numerous appearances on compilations albums released by the label from 2006-2009 like "Don't Think So", "Ya Heard Me", "Bounce Back", "I Got It", "Take Over" & "Block Bumpin" [1]. They also release more mp3 songs like "Gotta Get It" [2] and "Old School(remix)"feat.J barns [3].

Discography[edit]

List of albums, with selected chart positions
Title Album details Peak chart positions
US US R&B
Wise Guys 59 12