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Stuck Mojo is a rap metal group from Atlanta, Georgia. They were formed in 1989 by guitarist Rich Ward and original bassist Dwayne Fowler. Lead vocalist Bonz joined later in the year. They released their first album, Snappin' Necks, in 1995, with Century Media Records. In 1996 they released the Devin Townsend produced Pigwalk alongside new bassist Corey Lowery and drummer Bud Fontseré. Their fame was minimal until the release of their 3rd album, Rising.
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- LyricsYouth never learns the truth about life.
All they see is money, 'hos, a lot of hype.
I can tell you things that are wrong and some are right,
but I have a view of a different type.
I seen him come up on the block slang the rocks for the cops,
- LyricsRising! (4x)
Rising--we're so bright we are blinding.
Rising--somehow we keep reminding.
Rising--grafted from a hybrid breed.
Survivalist unique and hard as concrete
No shame in my game I bust out
of your fame. The weak and the
Spineless I love to maim.
- LyricsSouth of the Mason-Dixon finger-lickin' good
Welcome to my neighborhood
Congeniality, hostpitality go hand in hand,
But don't dis a Southerner, we're quick to take a stand.
The South will rise again already there Olympic City, '96 was our year.
It's not about being real, but being smart.
I guess you do anything to top the charts.
You don't write shit, not even a lick.
You got the nerve to get mad when people
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