Representativz are a Hip Hop duo, consisting of Supreme and Lidu Rock. The duo gained fame through their affiliation with the Boot Camp Clik, with Lidu Rock being the little brother of Heltah Skeltah's Rock. The duo debuted in 1996 on Heltah Skeltah's acclaimed Nocturnal album, on the track "The Square [Triple R]". Later in 1996, they dropped in on O.G.C.'s Da Storm album, appearing on the song "Elite Fleet". They dropped their first group track on Boot Camp Clik's 1997 album For the People, with the song "Watch Your Step". The duo appeared on multiple tracks on Heltah Skeltah's 1998 album Magnum Force, and followed up in 1999 with an appearance on O.G.C.'s The M-Pire Shrikez Back. Later in 1999, they dropped their debut album Angels of Death on Warlock Records, featuring appearances from multiple Boot Camp Clik members. The duo has yet to release another album, but remains on the Duck Down Records roster.

01. You've Been Waiting (Feat. Niggy Knock)
02. Spaz Out
03. God Degree (Feat. Rock)
04. Representativz
05. Stand Or Fall
06. Why Y'All Wanna Start
07. Represent Baby (Feat. Top Dog, Smif-N-Wessun, D. Real & Rock)
08. Do Da Math
09. The Rich (Feat. Tek)
10. Lessons 2 Learn (Feat. Rustee Juxx, Smokelite & Steele)
11. Jewels
12. News Flash (Feat. Steele & Rock)
13. Tell Me
14. Gee's Ride
15. Dedicated

Very underrated album, Supreme and Lidu Rock spit lyrical fire all over this album. Supreme handles most of the production on the album. You got BCC vets like Heltah Skeltah, Smif-N-Wessun & Steele of O.G.C. lending a hand on a handful of tracks. People passed this up when it first dropped, me included but one listen, you'll see why that was a mistake, besides probably 2-3 weakish tracks, the rest of the album is a bangin' through and through. Another sleeper album from the late 90's. If you're a BCC fan, don't pass this one up, a welcome addition for any fan of BCC or that raw, grimy sound synonymous with the east coast thoughout the 90's!