The Last Dragon (The Regime Album)
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The Last Dragon the Regime Album
The Regime
The Smoke-A-Lot Regime
The Regime Dragon Gang
OriginOakland, California, USA
GenresHip hop
1997 - present
Silverback Guerillaz, E-40, Jarren Benton, Hopsin, Seven
Tech N9ne
Marc Shyst
Jamal Phillips

The Regime (stylized as The ReGime) is an American hip hop collective created by Yukmouth in 1997, and originally included fellow rappers Tech N9ne, Phats Bossi, Madmax, Poppa LQ, Dizzle Don and Govnormatic.[1] Not long after the original formation, Gonzoe of rap group Kausion and Lil Ke also joined.[1] The group is signed to Yukmouth's Smoke-A-Lot Records, and share that label's dragon logo.

The Regime is unique when it comes to rap groups in that the members are from different states and cities around the U.S.. Besides guest appearances on numerous Yukmouth related projects, the group has released three mixtapes in the All Out War series and have plans for their debut album to be titled Regime Dragon Gang.[2][3]

Group members

Current members

  • Ampichino
  • Basek
  • BG Bulletwound
  • Boss Tone
  • Big Rae
  • Bueno
  • C-Bo
  • Chino Nino
  • Digital Top Hat
  • Dizzle Don
  • DJ Fingaz
  • Don Menace
  • Dru Down
  • Mr.
  • Freeze
  • The Gatlin
  • Gov Matic
  • Grant Rice
  • Jamal
  • Jay R Jay
  • K.P.
  • Kuzzo Fly
  • Kenny Kingpin
  • Lee Majors
  • Marc Shyst
  • Messy Marv
  • Monsta Ganjah
  • Ms. Story
  • Rahmean
  • Slam Versatile
  • Smiggz
  • Tech N9ne
  • The Reason
  • The Fleet
  • T-Lew
  • Young Bossi
  • Yukmouth
  • Phats Bossalini
  • Mad Maxx
  • Lil Keke

Former members

  • Pretty Black
  • Yung Skrilla


Studio albums

Side projects

  • Lil Ke & Mad Max - The Regime Presents Thugg Lordz (2001)


  • All Out War, Volume 1 (2005)
  • All Out War, Volume 2 (2005)
  • All Out War, Volume 3 (2006)
  • The Last Dragon (2013)[4]


  1. ^ a b "The Regime bio on Smoke-A-Lot Records website". 2004. Archived from the original on 2008-02-24. Retrieved .
  2. ^ Ho-Guanipa, Jose (August 2009). "Yukmouth Interview". DubCNN. Retrieved . Look out for the Regime Dragon Gang coming in two thousand dime, not two thousand nine, two thousand dime, 2010
  3. ^ Nando (December 11, 2009). "Yukmouth: Rise & Grind". Baycentrik Media. Retrieved . We doing this Regime Dragon Gang album, that's dropping after Free At Last, finally.
  4. ^, HipHopDX -. "Yukmouth "The Regime - Last Dragon" Mixtape Download & Stream". Retrieved 2016.

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