So So Def artists

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  1. Shad Moss

    Shad Moss

    432,920 views
    American actor and rapper

  2. Da Brat

    Da Brat

    113,562 views
    Rapper, actress

  3. Jermaine Dupri

    Jermaine Dupri

    31,178 views
    American, Music Producer

  4. Jagged Edge

    Jagged Edge

    25,215 views

    Jagged Edge is an American R&B group; featuring lead singers, identical twins Brandon and Brian Casey ("The Casey Boys") (formerly known as Case Dinero and Brasco), born in Hartford, Connecticut on October 13, 1975, Kyle Norman (formerly known as Quick) of Decatur, Georgia born on February 26, 1976 and Richard Wingo (formerly known as "Wingo Dollars" or "Wingo Dollar$") of College Park, Georgia born on September 3, 1975. Wingo was a late addition to the group, added after Kandi Burruss of Xscape recommended he be added. Kandi was also the one who brought the group to the attention of Dupri. Signed through Jermaine Dupri's So So Def Records to Columbia Records, the group has had a number of hit singles, many of which are produced by Dupri. Lead singers Brandon and Brian have written the bulk of the groups material. They have also written for Usher, Nivea and Toni Braxton. In addition to their projects, the group has collaborated with a number of artists.


  5. Bone Crusher

    Bone Crusher

    10,022 views
    Rapper

  6. 3LW

    3LW

    7,732 views

    3LW (initialism of "3 Little Women") was an American hip hop soul and R&B girl group that enjoyed a number of modest hits during the early 2000s. Its founding members were Adrienne Bailon, Kiely Williams, and Naturi Naughton. Jessica Benson later replaced Naughton after she left the group in 2002. 3LW was signed to the label Epic Records, and later moved to So So Def.


  7. Daz Dillinger

    Daz Dillinger

    966 views
    American rapper and record producer

  8. Dem Franchize Boyz

    Dem Franchize Boyz

    840 views

    Dem Franchize Boyz was a Southern Rap group from Atlanta signed to E1 Music. The group had four members: Parlae (born Maurice Gleaton), Pimpin' (Jamal Willingham), Jizzal Man (Bernard Leverette), and Buddie (Gerald Tiller).


  9. Leah LaBelle

    Leah LaBelle

    775 views
    Singer

  10. INOJ

    INOJ

    200 views
    American singer

  11. Anthony Hamilton

    Anthony Hamilton

    129 views
    American singer, songwriter, and record producer

  12. Dondria

    Dondria

    58 views

    Dondria Nicole Fields (born January 6, 1987), better known by her stage name Dondria Nicole, is an American R&B singer, currently signed to So So Def Recordings. Before getting signed, Dondria was known to post YouTube videos singing cover songs. She currently lives in Atlanta, Georgia.


  13. Johntá Austin

    Johntá Austin

    24 views
    American musician

  14. DJ Felli Fel

    DJ Felli Fel

    18 views

    James Andrew Corrine, better known by his stage name DJ Felli Fel is a club and radio DJ for L.A.'s Power 106, record producer, and a recording artist recently signed to So So Def/Island Urban Music. He is also a member of The Heavy Hitters DJs.


  15. J-Kwon

    J-Kwon

    13 views
    American rapper

  16. Harlem World

    Harlem World

    7 views

    Harlem World was an American rap group founded by Mase that was signed to Jermaine Dupri's So So Def Recordings. The group consisted of six members: Mase's sister Baby Stase, Blinky Blink, Cardan, Huddy, Meeno and a then unknown Loon. They released their first and only album, The Movement on March 9, 1999, which would make it to #11 on the Billboard 200 and be certified gold the following month. Despite the success of the album, the group disbanded later in the year with their last appearance being Mase's "From Scratch" on his second album, Double Up.