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About Fab 5

A five-man collective, Fab 5 are composed of Boot Camp Clik members OGC and Heltah Skeltah. After working together on so many projects, it only seems natural that they would form their own group. Brooklyn mic-rippers Rock, Ruck, Starang Wondah, Louieville and Top Dog trade verses effortlessly, rocking lyrically charged posse cuts like they've been doing it for years. Their underground single "Leflaur Leflah Eshkoshka" blew up the spot in 1996, and a full LP has been rumored ever since.

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Listen toFab 5on Rhapsody

A five-man collective, Fab 5 are composed of Boot Camp Clik members OGC and Heltah Skeltah. After working together on so many projects, it only seems natural that they would form their own group. Brooklyn mic-rippers Rock, Ruck, Starang Wondah, Louieville and Top Dog trade verses effortlessly, rocking lyrically charged posse cuts like they've been doing it for years. Their underground single "Leflaur Leflah Eshkoshka" blew up the spot in 1996, and a full LP has been rumored ever since.

About Fab 5

A five-man collective, Fab 5 are composed of Boot Camp Clik members OGC and Heltah Skeltah. After working together on so many projects, it only seems natural that they would form their own group. Brooklyn mic-rippers Rock, Ruck, Starang Wondah, Louieville and Top Dog trade verses effortlessly, rocking lyrically charged posse cuts like they've been doing it for years. Their underground single "Leflaur Leflah Eshkoshka" blew up the spot in 1996, and a full LP has been rumored ever since.

About Fab 5

A five-man collective, Fab 5 are composed of Boot Camp Clik members OGC and Heltah Skeltah. After working together on so many projects, it only seems natural that they would form their own group. Brooklyn mic-rippers Rock, Ruck, Starang Wondah, Louieville and Top Dog trade verses effortlessly, rocking lyrically charged posse cuts like they've been doing it for years. Their underground single "Leflaur Leflah Eshkoshka" blew up the spot in 1996, and a full LP has been rumored ever since.