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“All Rapped Up / Smoke Season” is a single by the Oakland, California-based rap group Bad N Fluenz, consisting of Rappin Ron & Ant Diddley Dog. Released in 1994 by Cell Block Records, this cassette single showcases the duo’s talent in the Gangsta hip-hop style. Featuring three tracks, the single includes radio versions of “All Rapped Up” and “Smoke Season,” as well as an extended version of “Smoke Season.”
The single’s first track, “All Rapped Up,” is produced by Ant Banks and features additional vocals by Pee Wee. Written and performed by Ant Diddley Dog, this track highlights the duo’s chemistry and dynamic style. The second and third tracks, “Smoke Season” radio version and extended version, are produced by GO Twice and feature additional vocals by Stacy Hogg. Written by Ant Diddley Dog, G.O. Twice, and Rappin’ Ron, these tracks demonstrate the duo’s storytelling ability and strong lyrical content.
Rappin’ Ron & Ant Diddley Dog formed in 1993 and were closely associated with Too Short and The Dangerous Crew. They made their debut appearance on Too Short’s 1993 album “Get in Where You Fit In.” The duo released their debut album, “Bad N-Fluenz,” in 1995, which included this single. Unfortunately, Rappin’ Ron passed away in a car accident in 1996, bringing an end to their partnership.
“All Rapped Up / Smoke Season” serves as a memorable snapshot of Rappin’ Ron & Ant Diddley Dog’s unique style and talent, making it a must-have for fans of 90s West Coast hip-hop.