BIO OF THE ALABAMA VILLAINS Young Gon aka Young Jones, Shorts aka Cap, and Flux aka Mr. Devench organized this hit CD ' In Alabama ' communicating it's emphasis on all the fans, therefore here is a short beginning into the lives of the up and coming Alabama Villains, personally and true to the end. We started as 8 solo artist with the CD G'ville Records Presents: (Alabama villains) in 2001 with 2 crunk singles ' AL G.A.' and 'fly Away'. we lost a few good people as the CD dropped, but now we just strived harder to make our albums stronger; therefore we drop CD # 2 .' It's Going Down'. Obviously we were much more advanced into the rap game and scenery. We tore up local stations on a daily and albums sells are rising .However 'It's Going Down'. So we Just can't stop. Album #3, ' Life of a Villain', suprisingly with even better quality much crunkness, more laid back, gangsta, for da people. Selling over 3,000 copies in Marshall county, the disc was 'off da hook' in North Al alone; however we had finally established a new face in rap in the south.By featuring a few major southern artists. As people expected big thangs to pop, we ran into some minor set backs and problems; nevertheless, as all problems come they will go away. The Alabama Villains are in it to win it, advancing with the latest album ' IN ALABAMA', to let them know we are here to stay. Villain Entertainment presents '22's on the Chevy' already getting radio play in Georgia, Mississippi, Tennessee, Louisiana and most of all Alabama. We also debuted on Internet Radio play in New york and Chicago. When 22's on the Chevy' hit so hard we had to mix it up. We dopped '26's on the Chevy' with Big Pimp from Da Dirty Boyz. As we exspected, the single hit new heights after the 26 's on the Chevy remix. We are dealing with bigger a better names on the daily, so watch it, because album #4 is aiming fo 106 and Park.