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The Kris Kross rapper died May 1 at 34 of a suspected drug overdose after he was found unresponsive in his home. Kelly and his longtime rap partner Chris "Daddy Mac" Smith were discovered in 1990 by a young Jermaine Dupri at an Atlanta mall. Their debut album, Totally Krossed Out, was released in March 1992 and sold four million copies. The CD included the hit single "Jump," which topped the Billboard Hot 100 charts for eight weeks. The music video also sold more than 100,000 copies as a VHS video single. The group's second album, 1993's Da Bomb, went platinum but couldn't match the success of their debut. Their third ablum, 1996's Young, Rich & Dangerous, went gold. Kelly and Smith went solo afterward, but reunited in 2013 for So So Def's 20th Anniversary concert.