Triple Beam is a rap group from California that first formed in 1996. The group signed to Black Market Records in 1998, and were
notably mentored by rap icon Brotha Lynch Hung. In early 1999, Triple Beam released their first album, "28g w/o the Bag", which
was a slight hit in the underground rap circuit. Triple Beam went on to release two more albums before going on a hiatus in 2003
due to the incarceration of member Chopah. When he was released in 2007, Triple Beam continued to record material, and later
released their long-awaited fourth album in 2010, "Still Hustlin", which was their first original release in eight years. Triple Beam
remain active today and are widely regarded as one of the most influential and respected underground rap acts in California.