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Kris Kross


Rap duo from Atlanta, formed 1991 by Jermaine Dupri who discovered the pair in a mall when they were both 12. Disbanded sometime around 1996.

  • Chris Kelly ("Mack Daddy")
  • Chris Smith ("Daddy Mack")

Atlanta, GA

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Chris Kelly
11-Aug-1978 1-May-2013 The "Mac Daddy" half of Kris Kross


Totally Krossed Out (1992, Ruffhouse)
1 Intro Interview
2 Jump
3 Lil' Boys in da Hood
4 Warm It Up
5 The Way of Rhyme
6 Party
7 We're in da House (interlude)
8 A Real Bad Dream
9 It's a Shame
10 Can't Stop the Bum Rush
11 You Can't Get With This
12 I Missed the Bus
13 Outro
14 Party (Krossed Mix)
15 Jump (Extended Mix)

Da Bomb (1993, Ruffhouse)
1 Intro
2 Da Bomb
3 Sound of My Hood
4 It Don't Stop (Hip Hop Classic)
5 D.J. Nabs Break
6 Alright
7 I'm Real
8 2 da Beat Ch'yall
9 Freak da Funk
10 A Lot 2 Live 4
11 Take Um Out
12 Alright (Extended Remix)

Young Rich & Dangerous (1996, Ruffhouse)
1 Some Cut Up
2 When the Homies Show Up
3 Tonite's Tha Night
4 Interview
5 Young, Rich and Dangerous
6 Live and Die for Hip Hop
7 Money, Power and Fame (Three Thangs Thats Necessities)
8 It's a Group Thang
9 Mackin' Ain't Easy
10 Da Streets Ain't Right
11 Hey Sexy
12 Tonite's Tha Night (Remix)

Gonna Make U Jump (1998, Sony)
1 It's a Group Thang (interlude)
2 Lil' Boys in da Hood
3 Jump
4 2 da Beat Ch'yall
5 Da Bomb
6 Live and Die for Hip Hop
7 Party
8 Tonite's tha Night
9 We're in da House (interlude)
10 A Lot 2 Live 4

Hits compilation.

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