The Dogs

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This article is about the American hip-hop band. For other uses of Dog or Dogs, see Dog (disambiguation). For other uses of The Dog or The Dogs, see The Dog (disambiguation).
The Dogs
Origin Miami, Florida
Genres Hip hop music, Miami bass, Dirty rap, Southern hip hop
Years active 1990–1996
Labels Joey Boy Records
Associated acts The Puppies, Bass Patrol
Past members Disco Rick
Keith Bell
Labrant Dennis
Cracked Up

The Dogs were a 1990s hip-hop group consisting of Disco Rick, Keith Bell, Labrant Dennis, and Fergus "Cracked Up" Smith, best known for "Crack Rock," their hit single with the chant "Yo' Mama's on Crack Rock!" The group released three studio albums The Dogs in 1990, Beware of The Dogs in 1991 and K-9 Bass in 1992.

The group officially disbanded in 1996 when Labrant Dennis was arrested for the murder of his ex-girlfriend, Timwanika Lumpkins, and her lover Marlin Barnes, a linebacker for the University of Miami football team. Dennis was convicted of the double-murders in 1998, and sentenced to death in 1999.[1] Dennis remains on death row.[2]

Discography[edit]

Year Album Chart Position
US Hip-Hop
1990 The Dogs 37
1991 Beware of The Dogs 55
1992 K-9 Bass 95

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