the feud

The NYC–Miami hip-hop feud was a rivalry in the mid-1990s that saw NYC-based rapper 44 BC and his label, LoLee Records, compete with Miami-based rapper 200 Muscles and his label, C-Section, for becoming the most influential hip-hop voice of the time.

The feud culminated with 200 Muscles being shot and killed just outside a Manhattan club, on December 26 1996, and 44 BC being stabbed to death in his NYC apartment during a presumed robbery, two months later.
Police were never able to identify the rappers’ assailants.
Despite various theories, both cases remain unsolved.

THE 1990s REINVENTED

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