Philly's Most Wanted
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|Philly's Most Wanted|
|Also known as||Philly's Most|
|Origin||Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States|
|Years active||2000 – 2004|
|Associated acts||The Neptunes|
|Members||Boo-Bonic aka Bonic
Philly's Most Wanted was an American hip hop duo composed of Al "Boo-Bonic" Holly and Joel "Mr. Man" Witherspoon. The duo broke into the music business as affiliates of production duo, The Neptunes.
The duo signed with Atlantic Records in 2000 and issued their first two singles, "Y'all Can't Never Hurt Us" and "Cross the Border" soon after. The latter song became a moderate hit, reaching 98 on the Billboard Hot 100 and 3 on the Billboard Hot Rap Singles. Their debut album, Get Down or Lay Down, however, was delayed for over a year, finally being released on August 7, 2001. Despite production from The Neptunes, the album failed commercially, only reaching No. 69 on the Billboard 200.
After both The Neptunes and Atlantic Records severed ties with them, the duo shortened their name to Philly's Most and released a second album entitled Ring the Alarm in 2004 before disbanding shortly after.
|Year||Album||Peak chart positions|
|2001||Get Down or Lay Down
|2004||Ring the Alarm
|U.S. Hot 100||U.S. R&B||U.S. Rap|
|2000||"Cross the Border"||98||50||3||Get Down or Lay Down|
|"Y'all Can't Never Hurt Us"||–||–||13|
|2001||"Please Don't Mind"||–||48||12|