2018 release. During the early '90s, East Nashville wasn't considered the heart of the city, but more like the bottom of the barrel. Back then East Nashville was made up of a collection of outcasts, misfits, and thugs. You didn't visit this area after dark. This part of town was victimville. It was here amidst the chaos, that two childhood friends, Robbie Phillips (Stump) and David Stevens (D-Ray), would form a musical bond that would last to this day and together they influence the culture of southern rap. All Phillips and Stevens had was their ability to craft head nodding beats and write intense emotional rhymes and that would be the genesis of what would become Southern Hip-Hop/Rock group. After recording at Atlanta's "The Dungeon" studio, as C.W.B "Crazy White Boys". The demo caught the attention of Rico Wade from legendary Hip-Hop crew Organized Noize, C.W.B quickly found themselves being courted by both Def Jam and Koch. They signed and released "Oh My God" featuring Haystak and Bubba Sparxxx. The track quickly caught on with fans, as the group began to chart and tour throughout the United States. Producer/singer Jon Conner was the final missing piece that completed I4NI. Conner was an accomplished producer in the country rap scene, having breakout success as the producer. He is responsible for Big Smo's now classic album "Kuntry Livin". That album went on to sell 250,000 copies and was prominently featured on TV shows like Duck Dynasty, Bar Rescue, and Showtime's hit series Shameless. Together with Jon Conner in the fold, I4NI was able to solidify their signature sound.