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Champs in Here
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Champs in Here on CD

Lake Charles Greats the flag ship group on the label Money Tight $tudioz consists of Joseph 'Broadway Joe' Guillory ( owner/co-ceo of Money Tight $tudioz), Angelo 'Lo Da Trouble Maker' Guillory (producer/co-ceo of Money Tight $tudioz and brother of Broadway Joe), Marcus 'Drago Da Supreme' Trent ( co-ceo of Money Tight $tudioz and cousin of Broadway and Lo), and Adrian 'Kaotic Clay' Clay. Broadway, Lo, and Drago started rapping together in 1994 when they (along with two other members) started the group The Money Tight Clique(M.T.C) around the same time they met Kaotic Clay who was a neighbor of one of the other group member. Influenced by M.T.C Kaotic Clay began to rap and would later join the group. After the groups split in the late 90's Broadway Joe stopped rapping until 2003 and Kaotic Clay went his separate way while Lo Da Trouble Maker and Drago Supreme went on to form LAPT then later 2/4 of the group The Supreme Beings. Just when the group was starting to take off tragedy struck when Tim Lavan (long time friend and member of M.T.C)was killed in a car crash and Josh Pete (Supreme Being/ M.T.C member and cousin of Lo, Broadway, and Drago) was severely injured. In 2006 Broadway Joe started the label Money Tight $tudioz and brought in Lo and Drago as co-ceos to help run the label and the group Lake Charles Greats was formed. Kaotic Clay was signed to the label as a solo artist like and at the same time as Lo and Drago but did not sign as a Lake Charles Greats group member until late 2007 after the group renegotiated there contracts.