Rottin Razkals

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Rottin Razkals
Origin East Orange, New Jersey, USA
Genres Hip hop
Years active 1993–2002
Labels Mad Sounds/Motown
Associated acts Naughty by Nature, Road Dawgs
Members Chap

The Rottin Razkals were an American hip hop group signed to Motown Records' sub-label, Mad Sounds Recordings. Composed of three members, Chap, Fam, and Diesel (Treach's younger brother),[1] the group was closely associated with Naughty by Nature, first appearing on their 1993 album, 19 Naughty III on the song "Knock Em Out Da Box". Eventually landing a deal with Motown, the Rottin Razkals' debut album, Rottin ta da Core, was released on March 14, 1995. Though the album did not make it very high on the charts, only peaking at #190 on the Billboard 200, two singles from the album found some success on the Hot Rap Singles chart, "Hey Alright" and "Oh Yeah" made it to #23 and #14 on the chart respectively. The group has yet to release a second album, but they did appear on Naughty by Nature's albums, Poverty's Paradise and IIcons.


Year Title Chart positions
U.S. U.S. R&B
1995 Rottin ta da Core 190 28


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