I always felt that the duo of Edgefield, South Carolna’s Shawt & G (collectively known as Rebellious Mindz) were the Carolina’s equivalent to Tennessee’s Eightball & MJG, Texas’ UGK, Alabama’s Dirty, even Georgia’s OutKast.
Rebellious Mindz never disappointments with their music output and has consistently released quality, down South “riding music”. Peep their previous projects The Carolina Blueprint and it’s followup The Carolina Blueprint II: 93 Octane. 93 Octane was produced in entirety by Million Dollar Dreamz Sam King, who’s now based in Atlanta and working in the genre of EDM/trap step as part of the quartet aColorWar (Florence, SC native Jiggy Jay, Cam Christian and Stefan Wallace). So far, the members of aColarWar has produced for T-Pain, Trey Songz, Juicy J and more.
Anyway back to Shawt & G. The high quality output of Rebellious Mindz is demonstrated yet again in their newly released album Ryder Muzik. On the new album, G flexes his production skills by jumping behind the boards on the majority of the project. Features include Columbia, SC native (and now Atlanta resident) Mantiz and warrenJae. This album is straight jammin’ top to bottom.
Y’all can check a promo of Ryder Muzik after the jump. For a nice lil throwback, check out the interview I did with Rebellious Mindz way back in the Summer of 2011 when the duo stopped in Greensboro, NC while on tour and did an in store at Kosmic Kickz Rare & Exclusive sneakers. Oh yeah, if you happen to be driving down the freeway between Edgefield and Augusta, GA anytime soon y’all will peep Rebellious’ billboards posted up along the interstate.
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Rebellious aka Shawt & G — “Welcome Home” (Video).