Flo Mob & The A-Team
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Flo Mob & The A-Team

Austin, Texas, United States | Established. Jan 01, 1999 | SELF | AFTRA

Austin, Texas, United States | SELF | AFTRA
Established on Jan, 1999
Band Hip Hop R&B




"#11 Austin Rap Song of All-Time: "What You Know About That Wood?""

#11 Austin Rap Song of All-Time: "What You Know About That Wood?" by Flo Mob (1999)
Sadly for as much rap activity that was brewing in Austin during the 90's, there weren't many songs being made that either caught on really big nor since then have really stood the test of time, at least not to my standard. 90's songs by artists including Short Fuze, Lil Black & CKC, Funk Dynasty, and 2.5 Mafia came up just short of making my top25, leaving "What You Know About That Wood?" as a lonely representative of an entire era of Austin rap. I remember seeing Flo Mob perform at Flamingo Cantina as far back as '94. I was living in California when I was sent the "What You Know About That Wood?' album in '99 and I have to say just how much it made me glad that something that I could bump on par with say a 2Pac cd finally emerged from Austin. "What You Know About That Wood?" should probably rate higher on my list, but that just tells you how much things got even better as we entered the 2000's. - Texas Rapps Blog

"a history of Texas Rap"

Many of these "local" artists would sell more CDs independently in Texas alone than many major-label artists would nationwide. Dallas artists like Kottonmouth,Rally Boys, Bo Leg, DSR andPimpsta would follow and build up dedicated fan bases in cities such as Tyler, Longview and Killeen. The mid-'90s even saw artists like Waco's Hustler E and Austin's Flo Mob getting love in different corners of the state. - rhapsody - Matt Sonzala

"FloMob at SXSW"

"Flo Mob was one of the few hip hop acts to grace the stage at SXSW, Austin's huge gathering for the (mostly rock) music industry. And of the few there were, Flo Mob was the only good one. In fact, their infectious energy and rump-shakin' beats just about made up for the pitiful absence of hip hop from this enormous, supposedly cutting-edge, industry event" - SonicPress

"Fans of "I want you!" on Jango.com!"

This is a link to our radio station on Jango.com.

We have reviews from real fans all over the globe! - http://www.jango.com/music/Flo+Mob?c=1&l=0

"Ask the SXSW-perts"

Ask the SXSW-perts

Hip-hop specialist Isa's picks were Bay-area consciousness MCs Auditrons of Kimetic Sunz, Arlington Dirty South ballers Epatomed, Atlanta's Good Company, and Austin's own Flo Mob and Dirty Wormz. Boss man Brent Grulke played it safe, remarking, "I'm proud of every band we have - the austin chronicle

"sxsw picks and sleepers"

FLO MOB: "What You Know About That Wood?!," hot Texas, summer barbecues, or synthed-out, trunk-rumbling Southwest flavor? Well, if your knowledge is lacking, check out this tight-knit Austin rap crew as they Mob the stage with plenty of soldiers, bass, and their sweltering sounds of Flo Motion. (Spiros, 10pm) -- Christopher Coletti - austin chronicle

"flo mob at sxsw"

FLO MOB: Whatchu know about syrup-synthesized scenes of bass-popping Coupe de Villes? Turning out the house in the South, Flo Mob's Machiavellian game of the West and laxed Southern flava, basks in all the scents and warmth of real pleather. "This song is dedicated to luxury cars, fine broads, and green leafs." (Back Room, 11pm) -- Christopher Coletti - austin chronicle


The singles "I want you!" and "Drank and Dro!" are being played on Jango.com as well as KAZI 88.7fm.

The video "we still in the game" is playing on Magic Video Uncut as well as Texas Powerhouse Tv.

"Comin back bustin!" is the latest release.
"in bomb we trust!" 2002
"what you know about that wood" 1999

as well as several underground releases.



ATX (austin, texas) rap group with over 15 years performing in the South.  Known as "austins favorite rap group" as well as "next to blow" in blaze and murder dog magazines. FloMob is a movement that has been going strong since the late nineties.  Known for the "best live show" in the central texas area, and these guys aren't even close to being done!