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EXCLUSIVE: Lil KeKe Talks the S.U.C.'s Impact on Hip-Hop


As an integral member of the Screwed Up Click, Lil Keke, continues to use his rites-of-passage, both wrong and right, to power his pen. Since 1993, Don Ke’s competitive spirit has been energized by his supporters and by himself. Money Don’t Sleep, his latest contribution to the Hip-Hop canon reflects a penetrating insight. It drops on May 27.

Shadows of imitation continue to follow the Southern lifestyle that, Lil KeKe, helped to illuminate. While the humble MC is flattered by the overall impact, he emphatically shares his views on the Screwed Up Click and its legacy:

From the notable cliques that have originated in Houston, like Killa Klan, S.P.C., Hog Pen Click, A**holes By Nature, and Boss Hog Outlawz, as an original member of the Screwed Up Click, what about it most distinguishes itself from the others; what are your thoughts on S.U.C.’s enduring legacy?

  • The Legendary Troll

    don motheflipping KEEEEEEEEEEEE

  • memphisworldflykidd

    Don Ke Lil Keke that nigga

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  • Rolando Mota

    real shit.

  • Chrisblackusa

    Real talk..I moved my showroom to htown in 97 on fondren and braz…htown was the place..phat pat used to drop in,, gangster nip..5th ward boys,, botney boys..my manz will d…and the graphic king blackat

  • Chrisblackusa

    Keke was the baby of the crew and had mad status out the gate..thats one thing about tx is that you dont have to travel the country to make major loot..