Geto Boys


When the Geto Boys came together in 1986, though, it was with a completely different lineup. Formed as "The Ghetto Boys" in Houston by rap entrepreneur James Smith. The group originally consisted of Sir Rap-A-Lot, Prince Johnny C., The Slim Jukebox, and DJ Ready Red.
During 1987-1988, both Johnny C. and The Jukebox quit, forcing Smith to add a dwarf-dancer-turned-rapper named Bushwick Bill and two Rap-A-Lot solo acts: Scarface and Willie D. From then on they were known as "The Geto Boys".

Raheem (1986-1987)
Sir Rap-A-Lot (1986-1987)
Prince Johnny C. (1986-1988)
The Slim Jukebox (1986-1988)
DJ Ready Red (1986-1990)
Bushwick Bill (1986-2019)
Willie D (1989-1992, 1996-present)
Scarface (1989-present)
Big Mike (1993-1994)

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Members:Brad Jordan, Collins Leysath, Johnny C (2), Michael Barnett, Oscar Ceres, Richard Shaw (2), Sire Jukebox, Thelton Polk, William Dennis
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