40 Cal & KUZN

40 Cal & KUZN

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Rap - Gangsta | St. Louis, Missouri, United States
Total Song Plays: 19   
Member Since: 2004
   Last Login: over 30 days ago

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Stage, TV, Interview, Etc. :

Able Ten, Inc.

The Red Sea

Lady A's

Club RoLisa's

The Spot

Club Chinchilla's

Caribbean Jams

The In Crowd

Club Isis

The Adam's Mark

Indy Circle City Classic

90.1 KPFT

Berkeley School/Arts

D.J. Chill

Quincey's on Broadway

Q95.5 WFUN


Club TeQuila's

Midwest Rec Center

TeQuila Wyld

DHTV - 22


Deep Six

The Radisson

"Walk Like A Gangsta" - Video

Fairground Park

Heman Park "1st Annual - Our Sity Piknik"

Club Elite


U of I Student Radio

3rd Annual RiverWars Classic

Black Beach Weekend (Kappa)

XRoads Radio

Club Candela

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A small city ranked among the Country's most dangerous places to live and raise a family isn't called Nellyville anymore. It is the place where two brothers had to learn life is full of choices and responsibilities and that place is Saint Louis, Missouri. Alternatively, for locals, a place called Saint Louis, Misery. A.K.A. Sirkle Sity!

Born on St. Louis City's poverty-stricken north side, emerge two brothers who promise to deliver the truth of Saint Louis streets as they see them to the hip-hop world. Parented by a lower middle-class working mother and father the two youngest of five siblings easily found attention in the neighborhoods.

It was in elementary school where talent shows let them express their musical interest in hip-hop by performing and adlibbing lyrics to Scarface, 8 Ball & MJG, LL Cool J, UGK, Master P, Geto Boys, Yuk Mouth and Too Short. Meanwhile began to write their own lyrics and begin groups with others in school.

"Our parents never really took interest in what we did, or the kind of music that we listened to as long as we stayed out of trouble", says KUZN. "I remember when we was like 8 or 9 and moms bought me and .40 that first LL[Cool J] tape and we jammed the hell out of it", he continues, "we would steal the bootlegs of all the latest stuff from River Roads Mall".

It was in May of 2002 when they debuted on their first Album project, Game Dont Lie. Spearheaded by .40 Calibers heartfelt delivery skills, it was clearly