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Emerging Monay - King T* - The Kingdom Come one of Compton's earliest hip hop artists. He was signed to Capitol records, where he released his debut album " Act a Fool " in with the hit singles, "Act a Fool," "Payback's a Mutha," "The Coolest," and "Bass remix ," all of which were considered hip-hop classics.
In the late s and early s, he Aint Got No Money - Tuesday Morning Wrestling - Allegedly primarily with producer DJ Poohand was responsible for the rise of Tha Alkaholikswhom he helped guide into the rap game. Monay - King T* - The Kingdom Come he made his debut with Act a Foolwhich is considered to be a classic among West Coast fans. T greatly influenced The Notorious B.
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However, T only released three songs while on the label, "Str8 Gone" and "Fame" which appeared on Dr. Dre Presents the Aftermath and "Some L.
Niggaz" which appeared onthe two began recording for King T's Aftermath album, but the project was subject to repeated push-backs. Eventually, King T requested a release from the label. King T has also worked extensively with Oakland rapper and producer Ant Banks. King T has written and produced the most songs from the album. The album was released by Maylay's record label Maylaynium Musiq.
Dre and DJ Battlecat. After this appearance, he put out a mixtape called Boss Up Vol. He has also reportedly started his own label, though no artists are yet signed to it. The original song was on "Thy Kingdom Come". His daughter, Heaven, died at the age of 16 after a car accident on May 19, In earlyKing T announced he wants to do his final album. King Tee later known as King Tone of the West Coast's pioneering rappers, released a few major-label albums in the late '80s and early '90s.
Though the Compton rapper enjoyed little commercial success, he's often cited as an influence upon the gangsta rappers of the early to mid-'90s. In later years, King T resurfaced from time to time; for instance, he was featured on Dr. Dre's and released some independent albums of his own, including Thy Kingdom Come.
But for the most part, he remains a footnote in West Coast rap history, as his music was out of print for years on end.
Ruff Rhymes: Greatest Hits Collectiona compilation of his recordings for Capitol, is the exception, though even it is hard to come by. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Redirected from King Tee. King T. Tha Alkaholiks Xzibit Dr. Main article: King T discography. Retrieved HipHop DX. Ruff Rhymes: Greatest Hits Collection Likwit Crew. Aftermath Entertainment. Dre Presents the Aftermath The Wash Interscope Records Shady Records.
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