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Themselves, previously known as Them, is an American hip hop duo based in Oakland, California.[1] It consists of Doseone and Jel.[2] They are also part of Subtle and 13 & God.[3] The duo's first studio album, Them, was included on Fact's "100 Best Indie Hip-Hop Records of All Time" list.[4]


Doseone and Jel met through Mr. Dibbs and formed Themselves.[5] Then known as Them, the duo's first studio album, Them, was released in 2000.[4] In 2002, Themselves released the second studio album, The No Music.[6] A remix album, The No Music of AIFFs, was released in 2003.[7] In 2009, Themselves released a mixtape, The Free Houdini, as well as the third studio album, Crowns Down.[8] Another remix album, Crowns Down & Company, was released in 2010.[9]


  • Doseone – vocals, production
  • Jel – vocals, production


Studio albums


Remix albums

Live albums

  • Live (2003)
  • Live II (2005)


  • "Joyful Toy of 1001 Faces" (1999)
  • "This About the City Too" (2002)
  • "P.U.S.H." (2004)

Compilation appearances

  • "It's Them" on Music for the Advancement of Hip Hop (1999)
  • "Them's My Peoples" on A Piece of the Action (2001)
  • "My Way Out of a Paper Bag" on Giga Single (2001)
  • "This About the City Too" on Urban Renewal Program (2002)
  • "Dark Sky Demo", "Poison Pit", "It's Them" and "Good People Check (Hrvatski Remix)" on Anticon Label Sampler: 1999-2004 (2004)
  • "Take to the King" on African Jag Vol. 1 (2006)
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