Jim Crow (group)
|Labels||Noontime Music Inc.
|Associated acts||Jazze Pha|
|Members||Polow da Don
Joseph Litman, writing in The Michigan Daily, had a very negative reaction to the group. He wrote: "Three black men calling themselves "Jim Crow" is idiotic because it trivializes the historical implications of the name, especially when they know what it means." He also decried the "misogyny" and the "blind consumerism, sexism, and compromised values" particularly in the lyrics of "Hot Wheels".
- Litman, Joseph (October 29, 2002). "There's self-defeating, and then there's Jim Crow". The Michigan Daily. Retrieved 19 February 2014.
- Crow's Nest (1999)
- Right Quick (2001)
- Bandits (1999)
- That Drama (Baby's Mama) (featuring Jazze Pha, and Too Short) (1999)
- Holla at a Playa (featuring Sean Paul of Youngbloodz, and Jazze Pha) (2002)
- Hot Wheels ! (2002)
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