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Czar-Nok might sound like either a Cro-Magnon slang term or some sort of Icelandic jazz fusion group, instead of Capitol Records' 2004 hip-hop hopefuls. Comprised of members Jimmy Haze and Huey P., the Outkast-esque duo gained momentum when their track "Hercules" started buzzing around radio stations and clubs. Their track "Beauty Queen" was also one of the highlights on the Coach Carter soundtrack.

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Listen toCzar-nokon Rhapsody

Czar-Nok might sound like either a Cro-Magnon slang term or some sort of Icelandic jazz fusion group, instead of Capitol Records' 2004 hip-hop hopefuls. Comprised of members Jimmy Haze and Huey P., the Outkast-esque duo gained momentum when their track "Hercules" started buzzing around radio stations and clubs. Their track "Beauty Queen" was also one of the highlights on the Coach Carter soundtrack.

About Czar-nok

Czar-Nok might sound like either a Cro-Magnon slang term or some sort of Icelandic jazz fusion group, instead of Capitol Records' 2004 hip-hop hopefuls. Comprised of members Jimmy Haze and Huey P., the Outkast-esque duo gained momentum when their track "Hercules" started buzzing around radio stations and clubs. Their track "Beauty Queen" was also one of the highlights on the Coach Carter soundtrack.

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About Czar-nok

Czar-Nok might sound like either a Cro-Magnon slang term or some sort of Icelandic jazz fusion group, instead of Capitol Records' 2004 hip-hop hopefuls. Comprised of members Jimmy Haze and Huey P., the Outkast-esque duo gained momentum when their track "Hercules" started buzzing around radio stations and clubs. Their track "Beauty Queen" was also one of the highlights on the Coach Carter soundtrack.

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