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O.G.C. Starang Wondah (left), Top Dog (center) and Louieville Background information Origin Brownsville, Brooklyn, New York, USA Genres Hip Hop Years active 1994 – Present Labels Duck Down Records Associated acts Boot Camp Clik Black Moon Smif-N-Wessun Heltah Skeltah Members Starang Wondah Louieville Sluggah Top Dog O.G.C. (Originoo Gunn Clappaz) are a Hip Hop group consisting of members Starang Wondah (Gunn Clappa Numba One, also known as Big Will, Hurricane Starang and Strang Da Beast From Da East), Louieville Sluggah (Gunn Clappa Numba Two, also known as Hennyville Guzzler or Henny), and Top Dog (Gunn Clappa Numba Three, also known as Big Kahuna and D-O). The group is mostly known through their membership in the Boot Camp Clik, along with Buckshot, Smif-N-Wessun and Heltah Skeltah. Contents 1 Biography 2 Discography 2.1 Albums 2.2 Singles 3 External links // Biography O.G.C. debuted on Smif-N-Wessun's 1995 album Dah Shinin', appearing on the tracks "Sound Bwoy Bureill" and "Cession At Da Doghillee". Later in 1995, they teamed up with Heltah Skeltah to form The Fab 5, and released the single "Leflaur Leflah Eshkoshka," which became a Billboard Hot 100 hit, peaking at #75 on the chart. In October 1996, they released their debut album Da Storm, which went on to sell 250,000 in the United States. Two music videos were released from the album, "No Fear", and a dual video for "Hurricane Starang" and "Danjer" titled "Hurricane Danjer". Though the album didn't receive as much attention or as many sales as the other Boot Camp releases, Da Storm received good reviews, and is seen by some as an underground classic. The three released a group album with the Clik in 1997, titled For the People. The album received mediocre reviews, and the Clik's popularity began to decline. O.G.C. released their second album, The M-Pire Shrikez Back, in 1999. The album received strong reviews, but sold little numbers, and the single "Bounce to the Ounce" wasn't able to make an impact. The trio was missing from the scene until 2002, when the Boot Camp returned with their second group album The Chosen Few. The three temporarily retired as a group, but continued work with the Boot Camp Clik, and were featured on the Camp's third group album, The Last Stand in 2006. The group is still with the Boot Camp and still records. Discography Albums Album information Da Storm Released: October 29, 1996 Billboard 200 chart position: #47 R&B/Hip-Hop chart position: #10 Singles: "No Fear"/"Da Storm", "Hurricane Starang"/"Gunn Clapp"/"Danjer" The M-Pire Shrikez Back Released: August 17, 1999 Billboard 200 chart position: #170 R&B/Hip-Hop chart position: #38 Singles: "Bounce to the Ounce"/"Suspect Niggaz", "Girlz Ninety Now"/"Shoot to Kill" Singles Year Song Chart positions Album U.S. Hot 100 U.S. R&B U.S. Rap 1996 "No Fear" - 63 13 Da Storm 1999 "Bounce to the Ounce" - 94 - The M-Pire Shrikez Back External links Duckdown Records v • d • e Boot Camp Clik Groups Black Moon · Smif-n-Wessun · Heltah Skeltah · O.G.C. Members Buckshot · Steele · Tek · Sean Price · Rock · Starang Wondah · Louieville Sluggah · Top Dog Albums Enta da Stage · Dah Shinin' · Nocturnal · Diggin' in Dah Vaults · Da Storm · For the People · The Rude Awakening · Magnum Force · War Zone · The M-Pire Shrikez Back · The BDI Thug · Duck Down Presents: The Album · Basic Training: Boot Camp Clik's Greatest Hits · The Chosen Few · Collect Dis Edition · Total Eclipse · Monkey Barz · Chemistry · Smif 'n' Wessun: Reloaded · The Last Stand · Jesus Price Superstar · Casualties of War · Smif-n-Wessun: The Album · The Formula · D.I.R.T. · Welcome to Bucktown · Survival Skills Compilations Duck Down Presents: The Album · Basic Training: Boot Camp Clik's Greatest Hits · Collect Dis Edition Related articles Discography · Duck Down Records · Representativz · Da Beatminerz · v • d • e O.G.C. Starang Wondah · Louieville Sluggah · Top Dog Albums Da Storm · The M-Pire Shrikez Back Singles "Blah" · "Leflaur Leflah Eshokoshka" · "No Fear" · "Hurricane Starang" · "Bounce to the Ounce" · "Girlz Ninety Now" Related articles Discography · Boot Camp Clik · Black Moon · Smif-n-Wessun · Heltah Skeltah · Duck Down Records