Tuesday, June 11, 2013
The duo was signed to Master P's No Limit Records record label. They made their first appearance on No Limit labelmate Steady Mobb'n's 1998 album "Black Mafia" on the track "Lil' Niggas."
The boys were 9 and 7 years old respectively when the album was released. "Boot Camp" featured minimal explicit content and didn't receive a Parental Advisory logo.
After the release of their one and only album, Lil Soldiers were dropped from their record label and faded into obscurity. Two years later, No Limit Records gained better success with then-child rapper Lil' Romeo.
These days, Freequon (now Ockey Bama) continues to make music, but it's unknown what his brother is up to.
To see the music video for "Close 2 You," go to:
To see the music video for "Where Da Lil Soldiers At?," go to:
[updated on 06/20/13]