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2007-2017

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Farewell,

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YoungbloodZ

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biography
YoungBloodZ are an American Southern rap duo from Atlanta, Georgia, comprised of members J-Bo (born Jeffrey Ray Grigsby on October 4, 1977) and Sean P (formerly known as Sean Paul, but changed his name to avoid confusion with the Jamaican reggae dancehall artist of the same name) (born Sean Paul Joseph on May 7, 1979).

LaFace Records, they are best known for singles such as “U-Way” (1999) and “85 South” (2000), featuring Big Boi of OutKast and Chris Streng. After a two year absence they returned with “Cadillac Pimpin’,” scoring a moderate hit. But the duo achieved a major hit with “Damn!” produced by Lil Jon.

After three years, they returned with “Datz Me” featuring Young Buck of G-Unit and another Lil’ Jon produced hit “Presidential”. They released their second single, “Chop Chop”, from their 3rd album Ev’rybody Know Me which is produced by Scott Storch.

They were arrested on June 1, 2006 on drugs and weapons charges in Atlanta with members of their entourage. J-Bo and Sean Paul never had any trouble with the law before this arrest. All charges were d... (+) expand
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