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PANIC MOBB
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WE SOME DONS WAITIN TO UP HEAT ON THE INDUSTRY.
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Revisit Live Or Die
Peak in sub-genre #66
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BOSS n***Z
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Life's A bi***
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I Miss U
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Mic Check
Peak in sub-genre #83
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Band/artist history
The Panic Mobb of today used to be an organizaton consiting of CMG(Criminal Mnded Gangstaz) and PANIC in 2002. CMG was a creation produced in march of that year by Korry Shepard and Marvin Dunner. They were sucessful in recruting five other members :Deandre Davis, Joshua Brown(who was doing beats at the time), Jeremy Morland, Jovhan Hayes, and Black. The group never got anything done, but continued to hold out hope for studio time. Marvin moved to Chicago before anything was done, leaving Korry to decide CMG's fate. PANIC was a group that was formed by Angelo Taylor, and Dominique Howard in junior high as a duo. They got Marice Battle, Saul Reyes, and J-Black later. The group did songs but didn't have a producer and never put out an album. In August of 2002 Angelo heard about the beats Korry was doing and he aproached him about doing a few for the cd PANIC wanted to do. Preocupied with getting tracks done for CMG, he agreed to throw them a couple tracks. Thats when Live Or Die In E.C. was created. The song wasn't ment to be put on the album (untitled at this point) but the song became popular and it attracted much needed attention to PANIC and CMG's producers. CMG started growing in numbers recruting brothers Troy and Joshua Anderson. PANIC also gained new members, Crystal, and Chyna Doll, and also Chris Riddle who became a trusted sound engeneer for CMG when they were in the studio doing beats. In September of 2002 PANIC came in the studio while CMG was working on a song. CMG was on the machines and created a nice beat, and the two groups began a super freestyle session. Then it turned into a recording session with Angelo, Dominique, Jeremy, Jovhan and Black on the track. While recording a mob of other people came in the studio feeling the song. Thats when they all decided to do a complation album together to put their name out at the same time. Thus P.A.N.I.C. Mobb was created, and the song PANIC ANTHEM was a banger. But Black(CMG) felt he wasn't getting the respect due to him, so he left the group and went with BloodRush (now 90 Proof), who was in the middle of breaking apart. Time went on and more was done with both of the groups working as one cranking out song after song. P.A.N.I.C. Mobb was now the most known and the most hated, under constant pressure from hataz. Then tension rose between the mobb and another rap group tring to come up also: the Harbor Unibombas(H.U.B.). They started the beef with a freestyle Soulja-D made in the presence of Troy and Jeremy. So the mobb came back with a track done by Joshua Brown. Sercumstances were starting to get to the mobb, the main producer Korry moved to Gary, leaving unfinished work and beats. The fued escalated when A-lo and Soulja-D got into a fight. Harbor Unibombaz came back with a song dissing P.A.N.I.C. Mobb again. The beef has mixed views now. Times became hard again. Members left the group feeling like they wern't getting any respect in the studio. But the Album High School Dayz was completed. It was released at the Indianarap.com website in 2004 by Bobby Castilo. Old were replaced by new members B.D., Heywood, Rushin' Rulet, E Gater, and etc. Original members are coming back, and the P.A.N.I.C. Mobb movement is still in force. The new cd, FINAL HOURS is to be released in 2005. PANIC will be featured on 90 Proof's complation CD that will be released in January 20005. Korry's own complation will be started on in 2005 also with hoped for tracks with G.I. Jane, Fingeroll, 90 Proof, Low Flow Playaz, and MOET ENTERTAINMENT.
Have you performed in front of an audience?
NO, WE ONLY DID A LIVE PREFORMANCE IN SCHOOL AT A TAILGATE PARTY AT EAST CHICAGO CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL IN INDIANA. WE LIKED THE ENERGY, BUT AS ALWASY THERE WERE A LOT OF PEOPLE HATIN ON US. THE SPECIAL MOMENT WAS EVERYONE SEEING THE UNDERDOGGS RUNNIN THE SHOW!
Your musical influences
MOSTLY PANIC MOBB IS INTO 2PAC, BIGGIE, ANYTHING CRUNK, OLD SCHOOL LIKE KRS, TRIBE CALLED QUEST, BONE THUGS, WU-TANG, L.L., TIMBALAND, OUR UNDERGROUND RAP ARTIST AND TOO SHORT. WE LIKE OTHER SHIT, BUT THE LIST WOULD TAKE UP ALL OF THE READER'S TIME!
Anything else?
TO ALL THEM HATIN NIGGAZ, WE THANK YOU FOR RUNNIN YALL MOUTH, CAUSE YOU GIVE US SOMETHING TO RUN OUR MOUTHS ABOUT! AND FUCK ANYONE WISHING US NOT TO BE SUCESSFUL. GOD BLESS.
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