Extra Prolific was an American alternative hip hop
duo formally signed to Jive Records. The duo composed of rapper Duane "Snupe" Lee
and producer/DJ Michael "Mike G" Gray and was a subgroup
of the rap collective Hieroglyphics.
Extra Prolific was the Hieroglyphics' second group to splinter from
the collective after the Souls of Mischief and like them, signed
a deal with Jive Records. The duo recorded their debut album Like
It Should Be which was released in late in 1994. The album spawned
a minor hit in "Brown Sugar", but like most Hieroglyphics
releases, failed to sell many copies. Mike G left the group while
Snupe kept the Extra Prolific name and continued to release music
under the name into 1998.