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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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