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Trillville Biography

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Birth Place: Atlanta, Georgia
Years Active: 1997 – present
Genres: Hip Hop, Crunk

Trillville is a rap group from Atlanta which came together in 1997 when its members were still in high school. The group consists of Dirty Mouth, who played snare drums at school and wrote his own rhymes, Don P played keyboards and was already known for his rapping and his beats throughout high school and Lil LA completed the line-up. Famed rapper, Lil Jon, saw the trio perform at one of their local shows and got them signed to BME Recordings.

The trio released their first single, “Neva Eva,” which was met with positive reviews and began to climb the charts in 2003. A year later in 2004, Trillville's debut album, “The King of Crunk & BME Recordings Present: Trillville & Lil Scrappy,” was issued. The album included guest appearances by Lil Jon, Pastor Troy and Bo Hagon. While the rap group was still relatively unknown at this point, the third single off the album, “Some Cut,” featuring Cutty, received significant airplay nationwide and peaked at #14 on the Billboard Hot 100 Singles charts. The success of the single established the trio in the rap world.

Trillville’s second album, “Straight Up, No Chaser,” was released in 2008. “Straight Up, No Chaser,” was issued after the album “Trillville Reloaded” was shelved for undisclosed reasons. The first single from the album was “Money Line,” which was produced by Don P.