Even if his music is mostly in the hardcore camp, Tennessee rapper Jelly Roll arguably became the quintessential hick-hop artist when a 2013 beef with the Waffle House chain of restaurants helped launch his career. Jelly Roll's independent debut album, The Big Sal Story, followed in 2012, then in 2013 he announced his mixtape Whiskey, Weed & Waffle House, quickly drawing the attention of the breakfast restaurant chain's legal department. After a cease-and-desist letter from Waffle House, the two parties settled their beef with the mixtape renamed Whiskey, Weed & Women. The solo album Biggest Loser followed in 2014 along with the EP Whiskey Sessions. ~ David Jeffries
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