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Free Rasool
  • Artist: Rasool
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 884501010207
  • Item #: CDBY10207
  • Genre: Rap/Hip Hop
  • Release Date: 8/19/2008
  • This product is a special order
  • Rank: 1000000000
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Free Rasool on CD

Rasool 'Flake' Ramoz is a prisoner of war. Born to two proud and devoted parents in Detroit, Michigan in 1977, his family traveled to Las Vegas, Nevada in 1993 in search of a better life. Unbeknowest to the Ramoz family, what they would find in Sin City was a far stretch from a better life. Rasool elevated to the upper echelon of Sin City's socially acccepted and locally revered 'In Crowd'. He linked up with other budding gentlemen and created an organization they all could be represented by, S.B.S. S.B.S. originated in Gardenia, California and migrated by-way of a member in the Gardenia crew to Las Vegas. The crew eventually grew and spread to high schools around the valley. As with every rise to glory story, Rasool would soon find out the evils of being at the top. The crew founded the snatch and run robbery mantra and soon found itself amidst one of the most controversial cases in Las Vegas history. Dubbed 'The Warehouse Case', a young woman attempting to prevent the would be snatch and run robberers from looting the Warehuse record stores of it's prized musical c.d.'s, was injured and suffered a life-changing injury. The newly turned 18 trio of Rasool 'Flake' Ramoz, Marcus 'Taz' Hall, and Andre 'Dogface' would bear the brunt of the crews shortcomings with their most valuable possession, time.