Bobby Creekwater

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Bobby Creekwater (born Antoine Rogers, On November 20, 1985 ) is an American rapper and hip-hop producer from Atlanta, Georgia who and former member of Shady Records. Creekwater was born and raised in various parts of Atlanta, Georgia, and its surrounding area. He attended Clark Atlanta University for one year before leaving to pursue his music career. He and Charlie Jangles formed the hip hop duo Jatis, which was signed to Columbia Records and then Loud Records, but Loud was shut down before Jatis could release an album. As an unsigned artist in 2004, Creekwater appeared with Aasim on the song Anyway, from P-Money's album Magic City. Creekwater was noticed by Shady Records when label executives heard him rapping on a demo by Aasim. Shady Records president Eminem was more interested in Creekwater than Aasim and, in mid-2005, signed him to his label. In late 2005, Creekwater released a mixtape, Anthem to the Streets. Newsweek described the recording in positive terms, saying it delivers drug-peddling tales over the cheeriest possible dance tracks. Sesame Street sings crack rap. In March 2006, he was one of the celebrity panelists at the Detroit Hip-Hop Summit on Financial Empowerment. On December 5, 2006, Eminem released Eminem Presents the Re-Up, a mixtape-turned-album created to promote Shady Records' newest members: Stat Quo, Creekwater, and Cashis.Creekwater appears on five tracks, including remixes of Eminem and Nate Dogg's Shake That and Eminem and Akon's Smack That...

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