Crooked Lettaz

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Crooked Lettaz
Origin Jackson, Mississippi, USA
Genres Hip-Hop
Years active 1995–2000
Labels Penalty
Associated acts Noreaga
Members Kamikaze
David Banner

Crooked Lettaz was an American hip hop duo from Jackson, Mississippi, composed of David Banner and Kamikaze.

In 1998, Crooked Lettaz signed to independent label, Penalty Recordings. Later that same year, the duo's first promotional-only single, "Caught Up In The Game", was released followed by 1999's two-track single, "Firewater" (featuring Noreaga)/"Get Crunk" (featuring Pimp C from UGK).

Crooked Lettaz's full-length album, Grey Skies, was released on April 20, 1999, peaking at #75 on the Billboard's R&B chart.

After the release of the album, both Banner and Kamikaze would embark on successful solo careers occasionally appearing on each other's various solo projects.

Discography[edit]

List of albums, with selected chart positions
Title Album details Peak chart positions
US
US R&B
US Rap
Grey Skies 75

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