The Untold Story of the Dungeon Family

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VIBE put up this extensive, two-part story about the Dungeon Family, which touches on the Outkast rift along with some information on Andre 3000’s upcoming album.

Link: Am I My Brother’s Keep? The Untold Story of the Dungeon Family | Part Two

(Part 1 is 10 pages; Part 2 is 8 pages)

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36 Responses to “The Untold Story of the Dungeon Family”

  1. The Shot Clock Says:

    along with some information on Andre 3000’s upcoming album.

    ^

    lol….thats all i really care about

  2. Suaveebolaetc.etc. Says:

    Dungeon Family >>>>>>>

    Witchdoctor’s ‘Holiday’ >>>>>

  3. CZ Says:

    What happened to Cool Breeze?

  4. BSEENADHEARD Says:

    # Suaveebolaetc.etc. Says:
    January 22nd, 2010 at 12:26 pm

    Witchdoctor’s ‘Holiday’ >>>>>

    ^^^^^ I have been playing the healing ritual all week >>>

  5. cOLD Says:

    LF: I just scarfaced a butter roll.

  6. Harlem World Says:

    I still cant find Dungeon Family/Calhouns: Outfits. That was my joint a couple years back.

  7. hl Says:

    along with some information on Andre 3000’s upcoming album.

    ^

    lol….thats all i really care about

    —-

    Goodie Mob reunion album > Andre solo album

    Big Boi solo album >>>> Andre solo album

    Seriously, when he finally does drop it you know Dre is gonna be on some other shit. And I dont mean that in a nice way. Niggas gonna be real disappointed when that shit in no way resembles a hiphop album.

  8. illuminati by nature Says:

    CZ Says:

    January 22nd, 2010 at 12:28 pm
    What happened to Cool Breeze?

    ***he forgot to watch for the hook, and got knocked outta the game

  9. b-ease Says:

    ***he forgot to watch for the hook, and got knocked outta the game

    ^^
    Zing!

  10. illuminati by nature Says:

    lf- finally burning Wale’s “Attention Deficit”- i’ve had it for weeks, but finally gonna give it a shot, during the evening commute

  11. b-ease Says:

    But in all seriousness, Coolbreeze’s album was my shit when it dropped. And like I’ve said a shitload of times on Nah, he was a pioneer of “trap rap”. TI and Jeezy are indebted to him, whether they know/acknowledge it or not.

  12. b-ease Says:

    lf- finally burning Wale’s “Attention Deficit”- i’ve had it for weeks, but finally gonna give it a shot, during the evening commute

    ^^
    Word. Let me know what you think on Monday about that LP. I couldnt listen all the way thru the first couple of times, and when I finally did, I really couldnt call it anything other than disappointing. Not a wack album per se, just not dope enough to matter, imo.

  13. b-ease Says:

    JCole renegaded Wale on that album.

  14. CZ Says:

    But in all seriousness, Coolbreeze’s album was my shit when it dropped. And like I’ve said a shitload of times on Nah, he was a pioneer of “trap rap”. TI and Jeezy are indebted to him, whether they know/acknowledge it or not.
    ^
    true

  15. cOLD Says:

    lf- finally burning Wale’s “Attention Deficit”- i’ve had it for weeks, but finally gonna give it a shot, during the evening commute

    ^ Washignton Times headline in tomorrows paper

    Man drove off rode found with bloody ears, possible foul “play” involved.

  16. Marcus Robinson Says:

    I’ll swing on ann motherfucker that say somethin slick bout my my dawgs now…I’ma lay the hands of God on you…

  17. digital scales Says:

    Word this is nice

  18. Boos Bigelow Says:

    Funniest Lebron names I heard

    Lebrick
    Lebroid
    LeIso
    Lebroom
    Lebronze
    Lebronicus
    Lebrontasauras

  19. CZ Says:

    JCole renegaded Wale on that album.
    ^
    To the 25th power

  20. b-ease Says:

    The first part of this article was dope, I was hoping Vibe would get the the second part out somehow.

    Rico was doing ALOT of blow. Him and Dallas Austin. Coke abuse is like hiphops dirty secret.

  21. Marcus Robinson Says:

    But in all seriousness, Coolbreeze’s album was my shit when it dropped. And like I’ve said a shitload of times on Nah, he was a pioneer of “trap rap”. TI and Jeezy are indebted to him, whether they know/acknowledge it or not.
    ^^^^
    Your absolutly right nahgger…10 points for ya!!!

  22. digital scales Says:

    I know somebody that is an actual Wale fan

    A little butt ugly chick from Jersey, but still, that’s somebody

  23. b-ease Says:

    To the 25th power

    ^^
    To an embarrassing extent. I wouldnt have had the heart to put that track on my album if I was Wale, no bullshit.

  24. peklo Says:

    # The Shot Clock Says:
    January 22nd, 2010 at 12:17 pm

    This shit is queer eye as fuk…except ol’ gul

    ^

    pretty soon rap fans are gonna have to start appreciating rappers as artists first.

    Niggas had mad respect back in the day for Prince, P Funk, Rick James…etc…..because they were operating in a creative space and making incredible music.

    >>co-sign. andre 3 stacks is an eccentric mother fucker, but dude is one of the best to do it. same with yeezy. the undercover bros got everybody scared to like music. the terrorists won.

  25. Joe 88 Says:

    @ Ghost

    You lurking?

  26. b-ease Says:

    I know somebody that is an actual Wale fan

    A little butt ugly chick from Jersey, but still, that’s somebody

    ^^
    LOL, I cant front, I was a fan of his Mixtape About Nothing, and was actually anticipating the album. I lost.

  27. Troyvul Says:

    Lebrick
    Lebroid
    LeIso
    Lebroom
    Lebronze
    Lebronicus
    Lebrontasauras
    ^
    I Head LeBroad, when some telecaster went in on him this past summer

  28. CZ Says:

    LOL, I cant front, I was a fan of his Mixtape About Nothing, and was actually anticipating the album. I lost.
    ^
    shit i was to,lol..You know Wale lost on that track with J.Cole because he tried to redeem himself with another verse but double failed

  29. Beezy Says:

    coke >>

  30. cOLD Says:

    coke >>

    ^ phatty >>>

  31. cOLD Says:

    wow this pandora radio is nice. thanks

  32. PsicoMagia Says:

    everybody nose.

  33. SeniorCivilian Says:

    My friend is a Wale fan, and defends AD to the death. If dude could get his flow in order, the wordplay is there. But he may be too sensitive for this rap shit.

  34. g@grandgood.com Says:

    i guess no one gives a shit about rico

  35. rAND Says:

    For me next to the Roc-A-Fella/Jigga/Dame Dash break-up, the inner turmoil going on with Organize Noize/Outkast/Goodie Mob has always made me wonder” what’s really going on?” and Vibe magazine does a great job of sheding light on this topic

  36. ktz Says:

    LOL, I cant front, I was a fan of his Mixtape About Nothing, and was actually anticipating the album. I lost.
    ^^ i hear that

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