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Big Gipp (born Cameron Gipp; April 28, 1973) is an American rapper from Atlanta, Georgia. He is best known as a member of Goodie Mob, and has also released one solo album and been part of several collaborations, most recently with [1 ] Ali as Ali & Gipp.
Background [ edit ]
Big Gipp, who is a
Southern rapper, hails from the hotbed of the genre, Atlanta, Georgia. Gipp is known for his slow, drawn-out rapping dialect with political and street-life themed lyrics. The public first heard him rap on OutKast's first album, Southernplayalisticadillacmuzik, on the song . Git Up, Git Out
Goodie Mob [ edit ]
He later rose to prominence as one-fourth of the
Dungeon Family-affiliated group Goodie Mob along with Cee-Lo, T-Mo, and Khujo. The group released four albums to critical and commercial success. After a brief stint away from Goodie Mob, he rejoined the group along with Cee-Lo to reconstruct the once estranged quartet. They are currently in the studio planning to release a new album.
Ali & Gipp [ edit ]
Big Gipp has released a collaborative effort with one of
St. Lunatics's, Ali. The album is called Kinfolk. A single and accompanying music video ("Go Hard") were released on July 31, 2007.
Discography [ edit ]
Singles [ edit ]
Collaborations [ edit ]
Big Gipp gained radio airplay when he was featured in
Nelly's hit song Grillz with Jermaine Dupri, Paul Wall, and Ali. He has collaborated individually with artists including OutKast, 8 Ball & MJG, Mack 10, B.G., Rehab, Lil' Flip, UGK, Witchdoctor, Da Backwudz, Three 6 Mafia, Chace Infinite of Self Scientific, Monica, Kurupt, Mr. Cheeks of Lost Boyz, Solé, Xzibit, J. Wells, Pharoahe Monch, JT Money, RZA of Wu Tang Clan, Thrill da Playa of 69 Boyz, Jev, Youngbloodz, Techniec, Dead Prez, N.O.R.E., Devin the Dude, Too Short, Kokane, Ludacris, C-Murder, Jagged Edge, Bubba Sparxxx, and Lil' Jon.
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