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213 (groupe)

213
Pays d’origine Long Beach, Californie États-Unis États-Unis
Genre(s) West Coast Hip-Hop, Gangsta rap, G-Funk
Années actives 1990-1994
1996-2004
Label(s) TVT Records
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Membres Snoop Dogg
Warren G
Nate Dogg
Anciens membres Lil' 1/2 Dead

213 (Two-One-Three) est un groupe de rap en provenance de Long Beach en Californie créé au début des années 1990.

Son nom provient de l'indicatif téléphonique (Area Code) de la ville de Long Beach (2.1.3), maintenant l'indicatif est utilisé pour Downtown L.A. (Centre ville de Los Angeles). Le groupe est composé des rappeurs Snoop Doggy Dogg (plus récemment Snoop Dogg), Warren G (demi-frère de Dr Dre) et Nate Dogg (cousin de Snoop). Plus tard, Lil' 1/2 Dead, un autre cousin de Nate Dogg, rejoignit le groupe.

C'est avant de pouvoir sortir le moindre album que les membres du 213 se séparèrent et firent chacun une carrière solo, où ils vendirent, tous réunis, près de 25 millions d'albums. En 2004, 213 se reforma pour sortir leur premier album The Hard Way (où on y trouve notamment le single Groupie Luv), suite à de nombreuses collaborations sur des morceaux comme « Ain't no Fun » de l'album Doggystyle de Snoop Dogg en 1993 ou encore « Yo' Sassy Ways » de Warren G en 2001.

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