Dis-n-Dat

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Dis-n-Dat
OriginMiami, Florida USA
GenresHip hop, Miami bass
Years active1993–1995
LabelsEpic Street
Associated acts69 Boyz, Quad City DJ's
MembersDis
Dat
 
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Dis-n-Dat
OriginMiami, Florida USA
GenresHip hop, Miami bass
Years active1993–1995
LabelsEpic Street
Associated acts69 Boyz, Quad City DJ's
MembersDis
Dat

Dis-n-Dat was an African American Miami bass hip hop duo that recorded for Epic Records.

Closely associated with popular Miami bass acts, the 69 Boyz and Quad City DJ's, Dis-n-Dat released its debut album, Bumpin' on October 11, 1994, with Quad City DJ and 69 Boyz members CC Lemonhead and Jay Ski producing the entire album. Although the album failed to match the success of some of the other Miami bass acts of the time, it did produce two semi-successful singles—"Freak Me, Baby" and "Party"—the latter of which appeared on ESPN's double-platinum Jock Jams, Volume 2.

Discography[edit]

Album[edit]

YearTitleChart positions
U.S.
R&B
U.S.
Heat
1994Bumpin'5324

Singles[edit]

YearSingleChart positionsAlbum
U.S. Hot 100U.S. R&BU.S. Rap
1994"Party"5911Bumpin'
1995"Freak Me, Baby"60386