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Wu-Tang Corp. - Home of the Wu-Tang Clan and Killa Beez

Wu-Tang Corp. - Home of the Wu-Tang Clan and Killa Beez

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MF Doom Early life[edit] 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.[1] He moved with his family to New York and was raised in Long Island, New York. Music career[edit] Full Force Full Force is an American group of R&B singers and producers from Brooklyn, New York. Members[edit] 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.

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