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Birth name Richard Wayne Sims, Jr.
Origin Atlanta, GA
Genres Hip Hop
Occupation(s) Producer
Labels Strictly Bizness
Associated acts BHI, D4L, Yung Joc, Ben Hill Squad, Yung Money, Stadic Jones, CHO'ZEN

K-Rab is an American record producer from Atlanta, Georgia who claims to be the originator of "snap music".[1] A song he produced, "Laffy Taffy"—performed by Atlanta-based hip-hop group D4L—was recently honored by ASCAP, as one of the "most performed songs" of 2006.[2] "Laffy Taffy" also reached number one on the Billboard Hot 100 (and placed high on five other Billboard charts).[3] R&B vocal group Cherish's hit single "Do It, to It" is based on the K-Rab-produced "Do It, Do It (Poole Palace)" by BHI, DJ Unk's "Walk It Out" is inspired by BHI's "Westside Walk It Out", Freak Nasty has a song called "Snap Ya Fingers", and Diddy used a sample of BHI's "Do It, Do It (Poole Palace)" on an early Pussycat Dolls single.


Year Title Chart Positions Album
US Hot 100 US R&B/Hip-Hop US Rap UK Singles
2005 "Laffy Taffy" #1 #15 #6 #29 Down for Life
2006 "Bubble Gum"

Songs produced by K-RAB[edit]

  • "Laffy Taffy" by D4L
  • "I'm da Man" by D4L
  • "Do It Like Me Baby" by D4L
  • "Shittin' Me" by D4L
  • "Do It, Do It (Poole Palace)" by BHI feat. K-Rab & Lil Jon
  • "Bubble Gum" by BHI feat. K-Rab
  • "Bubble Gum" by Ricco Burrino
  • "Do It Like Dat" by Soulja Boy Tell 'Em, Young Kwon & Luch Millions
  • "Westside Walk It Out" by BHI feat. K-Rab & Stadic Jones
  • "BlockHead" by Baker Road Click
  • "Get Like Me" by P-Stone
  • "Rich Kids" by K-Rab
  • "Man I" by Gorilla Zoe


  1. ^ Oh, snap!, Mosi Reeves, Creative Loafing, May 3, 2006
  2. ^ ASCAP 24th Annual Pop Music Awards
  3. ^ Billboard chart history

"Everyday" by Pastor Troy

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