MF Doom Early life Dumile was born in 1971, in London, England, the son of a Trinidadian mother and a Zimbabwean father with an older brother Markham Temple, whom he often gives much credit for many of his accomplishments. He moved with his family to New York and was raised in Long Island, New York. Music career 1988–1993: Career beginnings 1997–2001: Operation Doomsday Dumile released three singles on "Bobbito" García's Fondle 'Em Records, "Dead Bent", and "Greenbacks" (1997), and "The M.I.C." (1998). Dumile has produced all the instrumentation tracks for his solo releases, with very few exceptions. Beginning in 2001, under the "Metal Fingers" moniker, Dumile began releasing his Special Herbs instrumentals series. 2002–2004: Madvillain, King Geedorah and Viktor Vaughn 2005–2009: The Mouse and the Mask, Born Like This 2010–present: Key to the Kuffs Controversy Discography Solo albums
2days lesson A$AP Mob 2morrows lesson Full Force Full Force is an American group of R&B singers and producers from Brooklyn, New York. Members B-Fine (Brian George) - drums and drum programmingShy Shy (Junior Clark) - bass guitarPaul Anthony (Paul Anthony George) - vocalsBow-Legged Lou (Lucien George Jr.) - vocalsCurt-T-T (Curt Bedeau) - guitarBaby Gee (Gerry Charles) - keyboards B-Fine, Paul Anthony, and Bow-Legged Lou are brothers, Shy Shy, Baby Gerry and Curt-T-T are cousins. History Production and songwriting Although not included on the soundtrack, Full Force's track "Ain't my Type of Hype" was the track used in the dance battle scene with Kid'N'Play. Recording In 2007, on its Columbia release Legendary, the group has a song dedicated to Oprah Winfrey titled "We're Feeling You, Oprah." Thump Records, a label known for its freestyle compilations, released the group's first greatest hits compilation. Acting Recording Discography Albums Singles Filmography References External links
yesterdays lesson ThemeAddict: WWE The Music, Vol. 6 ThemeAddict: WWE The Music, Vol. 6 is a compilation album released by WWE in 2004. It mostly features recent theme songs of wrestlers on the roster at the time. The album reached a peak of #38 on the Billboard 200 and #2 Billboard Top Soundtracks chart. Track listing Notes The CD was released with a bonus DVD which featured the songs set to entrance videos. See also Music in professional wrestling References External links
balls out comdey Debra Antney Debra Antney is the founder and CEO of Atlanta-based management company "Mizay Entertainment" (home to Gucci Mane, Waka Flocka, OJ Da Juiceman, and French Montana). She is also Waka's mother. On November 19, 2013, it was revealed Gucci Mane had filed a lawsuit against Waka Flocka Flame, Antney, OJ Da Juiceman, rapper Khia Stone and producer Zaytoven. The lawsuit accuses the parties, of fraud, racketeering, and breach of contract. According to Gucci Mane, Antney took control of his 1017 Brick Squad Records, LLC., without permission, and used it to create three separate offshoot labels. "Gucci is also accusing the parties in the lawsuit of withholding royalties and inflating the cost of label expenditures" and claimed that Antney seized his assets and stole a ring and a necklace. In his lawsuit, Gucci Mane says that Antney took more than the typical 20 percent management fee.
ant divine Artists | Day By Day Entertainment InfinitEvol Brooklyn based veteran EM-CEE hailing from the Bronx. At the age of 38 years young, Infinit has worked closely with the likes of Akhe Abdullah, CX KiDTRONiK, Shane West, Monster Island Czars (M.I.C), and hip-hop legend MF GRIMM. Currently: Most recently Infinit has been working with Percy Carey (MF GRIMM) andWilliam Wilson at the entertainment and trans-media company Arch Enemy Entertainment. Jams DaBoombox “Jams DaBoombox (Other Aliases Include King Boom & Ervin Jams) Born Ervin Dionté Harris Is An American Producer From Little Rock, Arkansas(Hometown Jacksonville, Arkansas). Growing Up In The South (Born July 24, 1991) Southern Hiphop Was Typically The Only Thing Being Heard. In May 2010 Jams Started Releasing Beat Tapes Which Pleased The Small “Boom Bap” Audience Of Arkansas Local Music Scene. Founded by Sonny Wong in 1998, the Dirty Rats include Callous, GMG, Kush, TheO, Stir Fry Willie, Damien, Mr. Like this: Like Loading...