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Key-Low a.k.a. "Mr. 2.2
As a youth, Key-Low learned to fight with his words and began his relationship with the art/culture form that we call rap/hip-hop. Influenced by groups like E-40 & The Click and N.W.A. Key-Low would later migrate to the West Coast and co-found a group named RUKKUS in Sacramento, CA. RUKKUS was successful, ambitious, and determined to make a name for themselves. With performances in Sacramento, Lakewood, and Long Beach RUKKUS' future looked bright.
In 1999, Key-Low began working on a solo project entitled "World Wide" and teamed up with E-40's younger cousin's Doun-N-Durdee to form a new group called The Dirty Boyz (DB'z.). Moving in a new direction, Key-Low and Nut Tha Villain orchestrated a project entitled "The Dirty Boyz" - The Olympics.
In 2001, Key-Low's dreams were brought to an abrupt stop and Key-Low became a resident of RCCC in Elk Grove CA. Not Long after that Key-Low was extradicted to Kentucky to face drug charges.
After 5 years of incarceration, Key-Low was released in 2006 to pick up where he had left off.
In 2007, Key-Low dropped a mixtape entitled "The Undaground" along with a RUKKUS mixtape entitled "Bacc On The Ave."
"Ghetto Politics" debut in 2010. Money Motivated is in progress.