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Disturbing Tha Peace

About Disturbing Tha Peace

An imposing crew from Atlanta, Disturbing Tha Peace include platinum superstar Ludacris, as well as Tity Boi, Shawnna, I-20, Lil' Fate, and Jay Cee. Their first album, Golden Grain, came out in September of 2002, featuring the single "Growing Pains (Do It Again)", and guest spots from Scarface, Too Short, and Mystikal. Charismatic flows and bump-heavy beats are their trademarks, and, though recent "crew albums" have been somewhat lackluster (D-12, St. Lunatics, etc.), DTP actually deliver.

Listen toDisturbing Tha Peaceon Rhapsody

An imposing crew from Atlanta, Disturbing Tha Peace include platinum superstar Ludacris, as well as Tity Boi, Shawnna, I-20, Lil' Fate, and Jay Cee. Their first album, Golden Grain, came out in September of 2002, featuring the single "Growing Pains (Do It Again)", and guest spots from Scarface, Too Short, and Mystikal. Charismatic flows and bump-heavy beats are their trademarks, and, though recent "crew albums" have been somewhat lackluster (D-12, St. Lunatics, etc.), DTP actually deliver.

About Disturbing Tha Peace

An imposing crew from Atlanta, Disturbing Tha Peace include platinum superstar Ludacris, as well as Tity Boi, Shawnna, I-20, Lil' Fate, and Jay Cee. Their first album, Golden Grain, came out in September of 2002, featuring the single "Growing Pains (Do It Again)", and guest spots from Scarface, Too Short, and Mystikal. Charismatic flows and bump-heavy beats are their trademarks, and, though recent "crew albums" have been somewhat lackluster (D-12, St. Lunatics, etc.), DTP actually deliver.

About Disturbing Tha Peace

An imposing crew from Atlanta, Disturbing Tha Peace include platinum superstar Ludacris, as well as Tity Boi, Shawnna, I-20, Lil' Fate, and Jay Cee. Their first album, Golden Grain, came out in September of 2002, featuring the single "Growing Pains (Do It Again)", and guest spots from Scarface, Too Short, and Mystikal. Charismatic flows and bump-heavy beats are their trademarks, and, though recent "crew albums" have been somewhat lackluster (D-12, St. Lunatics, etc.), DTP actually deliver.