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Terrance "Gangsta" Williams on 'Hot Boys' Rap Group Named After His Street Crew (Part 11)

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Part 10: https://youtu.be/QoHdt3qPbDA
Part 1: https://youtu.be/rO7TbGpZP6I
In this clip, Terrance “Gangsta” Williams looks back on the early days of Cash Money Records, and two of the first rappers to help put them on the map in the late nineties, Juvenile and B.G. From there, he reminisces on one of his favorite songs by B.G. called “Uptown Thang,” because of the reference to his street crew, Hot Boys. As the discussion moves along, Terrance “Gangsta” Williams explains the origin of the “Hot Boys” street name, along with the concept, who thought of it first, and why he believed it would be the perfect name for one of the first rap groups on Cash Money Records.

Follow Terrance “Gangsta” Williams at: @Terrancegangstawilliamshome , @Queenfranceagency , @Officialqueenfrance.

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