Rodney-O & Joe Cooley
Rodney-O & Joe Cooley


Riverside, California, United States


Hip hop, West Coast hip hop

Years active

1987-2000, 2011


Egyptian Empire Records (1987-1988)
Atlantic Records (1990)
Nastymix Records (1991-1992)
Psychotic Records (1992-1993)
Westfunk Records (1998)
Kritical (2000)

Associated acts

Insane Poetry, Shakespeare

Past members

Rodney-O & Joe Cooley were an American hip hop group from Riverside, California. The group consisted of rapper/producer Rodney-O and DJ/producer Joe Cooley for most of its existence, but also included rapper/producer and former Bobby Jimmy and the Critters member General Jeff during the group's early years. Considered pioneers of the West Coast hip hop scene, Rodney-O & Joe Cooley were best known for their songs "Everlasting Bass", "Cooley High" and "This Is for the Homies". 


Studio albumsEdit

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