A product of the same Georgia-based Dungeon Family crew which also gave rise to hip-hop acts including the Goodie Mob and OutKast, rapper Cool Breeze first surfaced during the mid-'90s, appearing on a series of soundtracks including Set It Off and Hoodlum. After scoring a hit with the infectious "Watch for the Hook," he released his debut solo LP, East Point's Greatest Hits, on Interscope in 1999. ~ Jason Ankeny, Rovi