D 12

Rap Group Hailing from Detroit, D12 (short for The Dirty Dozen) rose to fame after the explosion of member Eminem onto the music scene. The six-man group subsequently released their chart-topping debut, Devil’s Night, which produced the hits “Purple Pills” and “Fight Music,” followed by their second LP D12 World in 2004. The death of member Proof put a halt to the group’s recording process until they released their 2008 mixtape Return of the Dozen Vol. 1 and 2011’s Return of the Dozen Vol. 2. After a few adjustments, D12 is currently down to four members, including Eminem, Kuniva, Swifty McVay and Fuzz Scoota.

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Rap Reunions

Juvenile joins Cash Money's Rich Gang and more hip hop makeups.

Rap Name Changes

Boosie's back with a [old] new name. What do you think it is?

ScHoolBoy Q, Scarface, Dr. Dre Named 'Most Profane' Rappers

Four-letter words land rappers on a new list.

15 Halloween-Themed Album Titles

Your favorite rappers must have been in the Halloween spirit when they named these hair-raising records.

Eminem and Facebook Embroiled in Legal Battle

Rapper sues social networking site for copyright infringement.

Bizarre Announces Departure From D12

Bizarre blames creative differences for split with rowdy rap crew.
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