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Hollywood's bad b-boys: Dirt Nasty and Andre Legacy 

Wednesday, Jun 18 2008
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"I'm on a bender/Don't ask me no questions/I won't remember," Andre Legacy sings in "Bender," a silly tune that has become the signature offering for the novelty rapper from Los Angeles. His brother from another mother, Dirt Nasty, was born in San Francisco and had a previous life as MTV host Simon Rex in the '90s. Trashy Hollywood experiences play well into both Legacy's and Nasty's debauched musical style — especially the latter, who is a former Paris Hilton paramour. A prime example: "1980," from his 2007 debut album, which is laden with punch lines about cocaine and fast women.

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