The 50 Greatest Chicago Rap Songs

42. Infamous Syndicate "Here I Go" (1997)

Producer: No I.D.
Album: Changing The Game
Label: Relativity


Rashawnna Guy and Lateefa Harland were only teenagers when they were handpicked by No I.D. to appear on his Relativity Records debut, Accept Your Own & Be Yourself (The Black Album). They later joined the same label and released their debut album, Change the Game, in 1999. Although the duo didn't quite follow through on their album title's promise, they did go on to drop "Here I Go"-their No I.D.–produced single-which reached No. 9 on the Hot Rap Singles chart and got burn on BET, MTV, and The Box. Shortly thereafter, Rashawnna dropped the Ra and went on to join Ludacris' DTP imprint for solo endeavors, while Lateefa dropped the La and became one of Chicago's top radio personalities. Talks of a reunion have been rumored for years, but they've never come to fruition.Andrew Barber

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