'I don't imitate art nigga, art mimics me' spits Lil Raz on his album 'Ultimate SW@G' which took the rap world by storm a few years ago. His paparazzi-baiting antics earned Raz front pages on every tabloid newspaper going, while his flashy style and garish garb made him a feature in glamour magazines around with world.
However, not even an army of stylists and managers could keep Raz from his darker side, and the public lost patience with the rapper after accusations of statutory rape at a cocaine-fuelled party in Paris. Money can buy a lot on the outside, but when slammed up with the big boys, Lil Raz will have rely on more than just his purchasing power to stay alive.
A vital cog in the Kielbasa machine, don't let Yithzak's age fool you; his canny wisdom make him a true king-maker in the underground world. He's stared down many an Aryan, making him one of the only Jews in federal prison without a scratch on his face.
The archetypal Italian-American gangster, self-styled in the mould of the 1950s movie mobsters he would sneak downstairs to watch on T.V. A Neapolitan upbringing crafted Mancini into a vibrant, charismatic ladies-man, but a spate of organised crime sentences left him washed up on American shores. His smooth talking and slight-of-hand made him a prison escape expert - a very valuable person to know.
Batracio is the sect leader of Nuestra Familia, revered for ruthless torture techniques and glory killings. Preferring to let his hands to do the talking, the few words he mutters are often death-threats to the EME.
Which one is your favorite? Or are they all just plain boring? And don't forget to check the previous part.