Rappin' Ron & Ant Diddley Dog
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Oakland rap duo Rappin' Ron and Ant Diddley Dog debuted in 1995 with the album Bad N Fluenz. It featured Ant Banks, Too Short, Seagram, Mr Ill and Street Thugs. It featured the hit song Smoke Season. Rappin Ron & Ant Diddley Dog were on Cell Block Records featuring on the two compilations and on Mr Ills album Rebirth. They also featured on Get In Where You Fit In with Too Short and on albums from Ant Banks, Goldys and others. In 1996 Rappin' Ron died while enroute home from work. He fell asleep at the wheel and crashed.
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Top SongsTotal plays on Last.fm over the last 6 months
- How The Gangsters Do It - (4:42) - 15 plays
- You Ain't Heard Shit Yet - (5:32) - 23 plays
- All Rapped Up - (5:09) - 47 plays
- Ruff Like Pavement - (4:16) - 16 plays
- Smoke Season - (3:53) - 18 plays
- Buster Free - (5:26) - 15 plays
- Maniac Mind - (4:49) - 11 plays
- The Bomb - (5:27) - 16 plays
- Pulls Out My Flamer - (3:49) - 11 plays
- P.H. Balance - (5:34) - 9 plays
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