Hard Boyz

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Not to be confused with The Hardy Boyz or The Hardy Boys.
Hard Boyz
Origin Atlanta, Georgia, United States
Genres Hip-hop
Years active 1991–1998
Labels Ichiban, Big Beat
Associated acts Spice 1
Members K.T.
Big D
Royal C

The Hard Boyz (formally spelled Hard Boys) was an American rap group, composed of three members, K.T., Big D and Royal C, formally signed to Ichiban and Big Beat Records.

Originally signed to Ichiban Records, the Hard Boys released their debut album on March 5, 1992 entitled A-Town Hard Heads, which went to 42 on the Billboard's Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart. After a four year hiatus, the renamed Hard Boyz returned in 1996 with their second album, Trapped in the Game, and Royal C's solo album, Roll Out the Red Carpet. The group disbanded after releasing a third album enitled, Potential Murder Suspects.

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