Before the ATL spitter embarked on a solo career and made moves with G-Unit South, Carlos Walker, better known as Shawty Lo, was owning the radio with D4L. It’d be with the southern hip-hop group that he’d earn a No. 1 single on the Billboard charts in 2006 (“Laffy Taffy”) and revolutionize the snap music movement. You couldn’t go anywhere without hearing D4L in 2005 — but that was only the beginning.
Shortly after seeing success with D4L, Shawty Lo branched off on his own with his debut solo album. While Units in the City didn’t initially receive glowing reviews from the critics, there’s no denying his music was a staple in the southern community.
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