"Rehab" is an American Rap/Rock/Dirty South group forming in the late 1990s in Atlanta, GA. Rehab has released three albums so far; a 4th disc is in existence.
Rehab formed in the late 90s and released their first album, Southern Discomfort, in 2000. Bringing together Rap, Rock, Dirty South, Country, and Reggae, Rehab creates a style all its own. This style spans all of the group's albums. Rehab has featured many well-known artists on their albums, including Killer Mike.
Rehab's debut album Southern Discomfort hit stores in October of 2000. With band members Danny Alexander and Brooks, hailing from the city of Warner Robins, south of Atlanta, GA. Their debut album starts with a skit of them breaking out of a rehabilitation facility. The Album went on to sell over 140,000 units, and produce such hits as "Sittin' At A Bar," "It Don't Matter," and "Rattle My Cage," and feature such guests as Cee-lo, Goodie Mob, and Cody Chestnutt.
After a 2 year tour on the supporting the Vans Warped Tour, and playing with bands such as Linkin Park, the band called it quits over different creative view points, but also including personal and financial differences.
|years active||1998 – present|
|music genre||Rock music|
|current members|| Danny "Boone" Alexander|
Mike Hartnett (musician)