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As one of the original early-'90s West Coast gangsta collectives to follow NWA's lead, South Central Cartel first appeared with their first album South Central Madness in early 1992 before releasing a succession of albums throughout the remainder of the decade. After their follow-up, 1994's N Gatz We Truss, generated a sizable amount of attention in the gangsta rap underground, Def Jam signed the group, eventually resulting in their most realized album, 1997's All Day Everyday . During this same era, group leaders Havoc and Prodeje released a string of albums on Quality Records as well, helping garner a small yet healthy cult audience. . Despite their lack of commercial success, the group does stand alongside fellow early-'90s West Coast collectives such as NWA, Compton's Most Wanted, and Above the Law, Spice 1 as gangsta rap pioneers.
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