If you have followed The Urban Advocate over the past few years, then you are very well aware of why this feature had to happen. To people that don't know any better, featuring this dynamic duo is favoritism seeing as how both have been featured countless times as solo artists. But in all reality, The Urban Advocate adamantly supports Big Suave and Don Claude because they have to been one of the most under appreciated groups in Dallas-Ft. Worth history.
Over the years, I have been able to watch The Skoundrelz grow both as solo artists and as a group. The Skoundrelz a.k.a. Dirty Rotten Skoundrelz, have been a group for about a decade now. Since the groups inception, they have consistently shown hints of some of the greatest duos in rap, a la UGK and Eightball & MJG. This tag-team has an impeccable ability to act as the yin to the others yang. Between Suave's charming, animated wit and Don's intricate spit fire delivery, they act as the perfect contrast to the other's style without either seeming out of place when they team up.
Last November, The Skoundrelz released the video for their underground banger, "Jordans Under Dickies". Though the song itself has been out for years, the anthem got new life once it was blessed with the presence of Southern Rap Legend, Bun B. While the video was making it's rounds on MTV and Music Choice on Demand, The Skoundrelz stayed busy releasing their mixtape, The Purge, and opening up for the likes of Young Jeezy, Twista, Kirko Bangz and Bun B. While prepping the release of their group album, the Zu Nation Media Group representatives have continued to work on their solo projects with both having a mixtape on deck. It's not favoritism that got them a feature on The Urban Advocate, but it's the fact that I know better than any other media outlet that these two are worth way more praise than they have gotten. Stay tuned, because before you know it, the whole world will get a bit of the Zu World Order.
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