I-20 (born Bobby Sandimanie) also known as I-20 Tha Dealer is a signed artist on Ludacris' Disturbing tha Peace Records. Featured on "Move Bitch," a Ludacris-led single from Word of Mouf, proved to be a crucial moment for deep-voiced Southern rapper I-20. Based in Decatur, Georgia, the rapper was originally known as Infamous 2-0, but he eventually altered his stage name to echo the interstate route that runs through the Southeastern U.S.
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Bobby Sandimanie, better known by his stage name I-20, is an American rapper. He was originally known as Infamous 2-0 (in Ludacris's debut album "Incognegro" / "Back for the First Time"), but changed his name to reflect the interstate route that runs through the Southeastern United States. He was discovered by Ludacris, who signed him to the Disturbing tha Peace record label. In 2002, he appeared on 6 songs from Disturbing Tha Peace's 1st album Golden Grain ("Break Somethin'", "Smokin' Dro", "Can't Be Stopped (I Know)", "A-Town Hatz", "N.S.E.W." & "Outro On Ya Ass") and in 2004, I-20 released his debut album, Self Explanatory. It peaked at number forty-two on the Billboard 200 and number five on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums.
I-20 later appears on Ludacris' 7th album "Battle Of The Sexes" on the song "B.O.T.S. Radio" along with Shawnna.