Raider Klan

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Raider Klan
Raider Klan logo
Background information
Also known as Black Money World
Origin Miami, Florida, United States
Years active 2008−present
Labels Raider Klan Records
Associated acts
  • SpaceGhostPurrp
  • Dough Dough da Don
  • Lil Champ Fway
  • Rell
  • OG Junko
  • Almighty
  • Amber London
  • Nisha Blanco
  • Harvey G
Past members
  • Jitt (deceased)
  • JK The Reaper
  • Denzel Curry
  • Eddy Baker
  • Sky Lex
  • Ruben Slikk
  • Mike Dece
  • Chris Travis
  • Xavier Wulf
  • Key Nyata
  • Young Renegade
  • Yung Raw
  • Grandmilly
  • Soulja Mook
  • Mufflucid
  • Nell
  • Klvn Tyler
  • Raider Klan (stylized as RVIDXR KLVN) is an American hip hop collective formed in 2008, in Miami, Florida.


    Raider Klan was formed in early 2008 by SpaceGhostPurrp, Dough Dough da Don, Kadafi, Muney Junior and Jitt in Carol City, Florida. Outside of this circle, Eddy Baker claims to be the first new blood member of the Klan, and dozens of members nationwide joined the collective thereafter. SpaceGhostPurrp's brother Jitt died in 2010, making SpaceGhostPurrp become more active and tenacious with his music career. In 2011, Raider Klan started gaining some recognition which lead to the Harlem-based hip hop collective ASAP Mob to form some sort of alliance with them. An altercation in an airport between ASAP Twelvyy and Raider Klan affiliate Matt Stoops ignited a long lasting beef between ASAP Mob and Raider Klan. In 2012, ASAP Mob was due to perform in Miami. Members of the Raider Klan started a fight outside the concert with the ASAP Mob members. One of the ASAP Mob members, supposedly ASAP Twelvyy, caused the fight. ASAP Mob has also been accused of stealing the Raider Klan's "style." The controversy has since fizzled throughout the years, with members such as Xavier Wulf, Eddy Baker, and SpaceGhostPurrp making peace through talks with ASAP Yams. From late 2012 to mid 2013, many of Raider Klan's core members started to leave. Many were supposedly "kicked out" according to SpaceGhostPurrp, although only Mike Dece and Ruben Slikk were confirmed to have been kicked due to their use of cocaine. The majority of members claimed they wanted to venture on to support their solo careers. Most members have since healed their relationship with SpaceGhostPurrp. SpaceGhostPurrp has erratically claimed the cessation and revitalization of the Klan since 2013, and thus the current members listed are subject to debate.

    "Raider Heiros"[edit]

    SpaceGhostPurrp also invented the "Raider Heiros" (listed below) and he would go around Miami and tag them on every wall he saw.

    • A = V
    • U = V
    • E = X
    • O = X
    • S = Z



    • SpaceGhostPurrp - rapper, producer (2008−present)
    • Dough Dough da Don - rapper (2008−present)
    • Lil Champ Fway - rapper (2012−present)
    • Rell - rapper (2012−present)
    • OG Junko - rapper (2012−present)
    • Almighty - rapper (2013−present)
    • Amber London - rapper (2012-present)
    • Harvey G - rapper (2012-present)
    • Slim Guerilla - rapper (2012-present)
    • Dxrty Rxdd - rapper (2012-present)
    • Nisha Blanco - rapper (2015-present)


    • Jitt - rapper (2008−2010)
    • Denzel Curry - rapper, producer (2011−2013)
    • Chris Travis - rapper (2011−2013)
    • Eddy Baker - rapper (2011−2013)
    • Sky Lex - rapper/producer (2011−2013)
    • Ruben Slikk - rapper (2012)
    • Mike Dece - rapper (2012)
    • Xavier Wulf - rapper (2012−2013)
    • Key Nyata - rapper, producer (2012−2015)
    • Young Renegade - rapper (2012−2015)
    • Yung Raw - rapper (2012−2015)
    • Grandmilly - rapper (2012−2015)
    • Soulja Mook - rapper (2012−2015)
    • Mufflucid - rapper/producer (2012−2015)
    • JGRXXN - rapper, producer (2012−2013)
    • Nell - rapper (2012−2015)
    • Klvn Tyler - producer (2013−2015)
    • JK The Reaper - rapper (2011-2013)



    • ATL BRK (2012)
    • Raider Klan Records: The Mixtape (2015)

    Digital albums[edit]

    • Tales from the Underground: The Album (2013)


    • 275 Greatest Hits (2012)
    • BRK Greatest Hits Vol. 2: Collector's Edition (2013)