Rock Bottom Entertainment

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Rock Bottom Entertainment is a record label founded in Detroit, Michigan in June 1997 by founder and C.E.O., Rafael "Rock" Howard. Rock Bottom released the Blow: Based On True Stories album in late 2005. The group/label released the most independently sold album in Detroit hip hop music history in 2000, with their album Alligator City. Their other artist's continue to make moves while Big Herk releases his Over Dose album.[1]

Discography[edit]

Local Albums[edit]

  • From The Bottom Up (1997)
  • Alligator City (2000)
  • Who Is Rock Bottom? (2002)
  • Blow: Based On True Stories (2005)
  • Bootleggers' Dream (Presented by J-Nutty and Blackface (2009)

Singles[edit]

  • 1997 "Freak 4 Dollars"
  • 2000 "Roll Wit Us"
  • 2000 "Gatored Up"
  • 2002 "Ball Street"
  • 2002 "Can We Party?"
  • 2002 "No"
  • 2005 "We On Ya Block"

Current Roster[edit]

  • Tango & Cash (Bathgate & Rod Dae)
  • Blackface
  • Tianna
  • J-Nutty
  • Screwface
  • Thug Division (including T dot, Duke, Flame, Squash, B. Foy)
  • Calicoe
  • DJ G-Raw

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.metrotimes.com/editorial/story.asp?id=5984

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