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615 (group)

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615
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Hi-C and Lil Murda in 2006.
Background information
Also known as 615 Cashville
Origin Nashville, Tennessee, United States
Genres Hip hop
Occupation(s) Rappers
Years active 2005–present
Labels Ca$hville Records (2006-Present)
Associated acts Young Buck, Sosa Tha Plug
Members D-Tay
Hi-C
Lil Murda
Young Buck

615 is a rap duo signed to the Ca$hville Records record label.

Biography[edit | edit source]

In 2005, G-Unit Rapper Young Buck scouted talent for his up and coming label Ca$hville Records. After hitting the streets he found two of the hottest rappers in the city and formed a group named "615". The group consists of rappers Lil Murda (Strong Mind Ent.) and Hi-C (Ride2Getha Records). After touring the road and working on numerous mixtapes they used their experience to build their own ventures. The first project to be released since Young Buck's "Product Of The South" mixtape is the street album Lil Murda & Hi-C "The Hustle Don't Stop".

Discography[edit | edit source]

Studio albums
  • 2008: The Hustle Don't Stop[1]

Official mixtapes

  • Lil Murda
    • 2011: Concrete Jungle - My Reality (Hosted By: Traps-N-Trunks)
    • 2012: By Any Means Necessary (Hosted By: Traps-N-Trunks)
  • Hi-C
    • 2009: Still Starving In The Streets (Hosted By: Killa Muzik)

Guest appearances[edit | edit source]

Year Song Artist(s) Album
2006 "Stomp That Snitch"
(featuring 615)
Young Buck Chronic 2006
"Oooh Nooo"
(featuring 615)
Young Buck Welcome To The Traphouse
"Make It Home"
(featuring Pimp C & 615)
"I'm A G"
(featuring 615)
"Piecin Out My Pack"
(featuring CP & 615)
"Still"
(featuring CP & 615)
"Drink & Drive"
(featuring 615)
"Here We Come"
(featuring D-Tay & 615)
Young Buck Case Dismissed – The Introduction of G-Unit South
"Where The Haters At"
(featuring All Star Cashville Prince & 615)
"Let's Get Dirty"
(featuring D-Tay & 615)
"Pop A Pill"
(featuring 615)
2008 "Thats Me"
(featuring 615)
Akon
2009 "Dopeman Bitch"
(featuring Young Buck, Sosa Tha Plug & 615)
All Star Cashville Prince Cashville Takeover
"Where Da Weed At"
(featuring 615)
Sosa Tha Plug Pyrex Boyz

References[edit | edit source]


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