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Peedi Crack


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Peedi Crack was signed to Roc-A-Fella in 2001, but never received a fair-shake. Even though he was featured on JAY Z’s Blueprint 2 and Freeway’s Philadelphia Freeway, he never was able to make it out on his own as a solo artist. When The Roc spilt, he opted to join JAY Z at Def Jam. He ended up on Ne-Yo’s “Stay” single, which was a good look for him. After that, Peedi began beefing with JAY Z because his album, The Prince of the Roc was constantly delayed. He was dropped in 2008 and signed to Amalgam Digital. No album has surfaced from Peedi.

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