The Redneck Souljers are a group of southern/country rapping friends from Winchester, TN. Fatt Tarr & C-Hubb making up the key members of the group, and Bigg John being a secondary/dj/hypeman for shows.
The group started rapping under the name Redneck Souljers in May of 2009, doing numerous parody/remixes that blazed the trail for what came later. Under the direction/production of Ed Pryor (PMB) - The Souljers went on to do 3 remix songs as YouTube videos, which achieved wide success. In December of 2012, RS started work on their first all original release "Tiller Gang" Produced by Ed Pryor & available now on iTunes.
The album has done very well and features Lil Wyte on a single, as well as the video for the first single, "I Mow, I Till" produced/directed by Ed Pryor.
The group are way more than just rappers. Fatt Tarr arranges and designs every bit of digital art for the group, as well as takes care of all online promotion & social media facets. Their entertainment value & true talent for rapping & musicality is through the roof, which gives them the upper hand when it comes to the avenue they are in.
The group has achieved success through plenty of major avenues and outlets and will continue their unique blend of country/hick-hop & Southern rap/Hip-Hop, well into the next plateau to see where they are taken. The group is known for it's crazy redneck antics fueled by the finest Tennessee whiskey. (Incomplete bio, more to come.)
"The curious sub-genre of "hick-hop" or "redneck rap" has been around for a while now, pioneered by artists like Bubba Sparxxx, Cowboy Troy, and Everlast. In recent years hick-hop has exploded with popularity with rappers and country singers collaborating more than ever and new acts like Colt Ford and The Lacs topping the charts.
Redneck Souljers (Fatt Tarr & C-Hubb) are next up to bat, fusing contemporary rap styling (skittering 808 drums, chanted choruses and Auto-Tune) with guitars, banjos, fiddles and rhymes about farming, fishing, hunting, truck driving and hard drinking. A group originating with "country rap parodies" has surpassed it's purely humorous beginnings - with catchy production, strong songwriting, and well-produced music videos to create truly compelling content. "