Hot Boys

The Hot Boys (often styled as Hot Boy$) is an American hip hop group active from 1996 to 2001 then reformed in 2007 and currently on hiatus. The group consists of rappers formerly and currently on the New Orleans-founded record label, Cash Money Records. The members are Lil Wayne, Juvenile, B.G. and Turk.

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Weezyaveli - Career - 1999–2002: Tha Block Is Hot, Lights Out, and 500 Degreez
... Carter's debut solo album Tha Block Is Hot was released when he was 17 and featured significant contributions from the Hot Boys ... The lead single was "Tha Block Is Hot" ... After the release of Tha Block is Hot, Carter was featured on the single "Bling Bling", with B.G ...
Weezyaveli - Career - 1996–99: Career Beginnings and Hot Boys
... In 1996, Carter joined the Hot Boys along with rappers Juvenile, B.G ... Hot Boys' debut album Get It How U Live! was released the same year, followed in 1999 by the group's major-label debut Guerrilla Warfare, which reached No ... During their career, the Hot Boys had two charting singles, "We on Fire" from Get It How U Live! and "I Need a Hot Girl" from Guerrilla Warfare ...
Lil Wayne - Music Career - 2000–05: Lights Out, 500 Degreez, Tha Carter and Tha Carter II
... that he had yet to mature to the level of his fellow Hot Boys ... which received less attention was "Shine" featuring The Hot Boys ... Big Tymers and Juvenile, which rose to 24th place on the Hot Rap Tracks charts ...
Lil Wayne Discography
... Lil Wayne joined the group Hot Boys in 1997 Hot Boys would release three albums Get It How U Live! in 1997, Guerrilla Warfare in 1999, and Let 'Em Burn in 2003 ... In 1998, Lil Wayne appeared on the hit single "Back That Thang Up" by fellow Hot Boys rapper Juvenile ... Lil Wayne made his solo debut in 1999 with Tha Block Is Hot, which went platinum and yielded the singles "Tha Block Is Hot", "Respect Us", and "Get Off the ...
History - The KLF
... Said Drummond (as 'King Boy D') in January 1988, "We might put out a couple of 12" records under the name The K.L.F ... King Boy D also claimed that he and Rockman Rock were "pissed off at selves" for letting "people expect us to lead some sort of crusade for sampling" ... In reference to that song, Drummond and Cauty noted that they had worn "Pet Shop Boys infatuations brazenly on sleeves" ...

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