THE ILL STYLE ROCKERS IS A LEGENDARY UNDERGROUND BBOY CREW FOUNDED BY BBOY/DJ FORREST GETTEM GUMP (7G, HP) IN THE EARLY 90’S IN AKRON, OHIO AND IS NOW ONE OF THE MOST INFLUENTIAL HIPHOP MOVEMENTS IN THE MIDWEST. SOME OF THE ORIGINAL MEMBERS INCLUDE FORREST, DRE LIVE, DOME FX, BOBBY BLAZE, MR MAGIC AND KID CUBA(RIP)

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