Where Are They Now?: The Shining Stars of Rawkus Records [PHOTOS]
The High and Mighty
The High and Mighty grabbed Hip-Hop fans’ attention with their underground smash hit “B-Boy Document ’99.” I can still recall hearing the track for the first time as Skip 2 Ma Lou and Alimoe showed their mastery on the parque. Excuse the first person, just recalling another And 1 Mixtape experience. The track appeared on The High and Mighty’s debut LP, Home Field Advantage, featuring artists like Eminem, Kool Keith and fellow Rawkus artists Pharoahe Monch, Mos Def, and (Mad) Skillz. The duo eventually left Rawkus and soon after got into short term beef with Masta Ace and former frequent collaborator, Cage, later down the line. Not much can be said about the Philly tandem these days. They seemed to retire their pen and pad after their last album released in 2005. Someone put an APB out on these guys.