The Bankrupt Boys Featuring Disco Rick And Fresh Kid Ice - Hum On My Nuts FLAC album
Produced by Disco Rick Additional programming & remixed by Quad Star From the Vision Records release VR-3333 "Bass in da hood" MIAMI BASS HISTORY.
Fresh Kid Ice began Ice Cold Productions and landed yet another deal with Joey Boy Records that resulted in one compilation entitled Masters Of The Bass, which included acts such as Shake G, Top Rank (3), Underground Regulators, and Dem Boyz (3). When the other members of The 2 Live Crew left Luke Records, Fresh Kid Ice remained onboard releasing the solo album. The Chinaman in 1992. In 1994, Luke and Fresh Kid Ice recruited a new rapper named Verb (Larry Dobson) and touted themselves as The New 2 Live Crew . The Bankrupt Boys Featuring Disco Rick And Fresh Kid Ice - Hum On My Nuts (Cass, Single).
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Disco Rick (a/k/a Ricky Taylor) is a Miami bass hip-hop musician who has served as performer and producer over the past 15 years. Rick began his music career with the Gucci Crew in the early 1980s, mixing music and writing lyrics that would go on to help define the Miami sound. He decided to strike out on his own before the group recorded their second album, and in 1990, he released his first LP with The Dogs - a group he co-founded on Joeyboy Records.
Christopher Wong Won, known by his stage names Fresh Kid Ice and The Chinaman (May 29, 1964 – July 13, 2017), was an American hip hop, Miami bass recording artist and an Asian hip hop pioneer. Born and spent his childhood Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago. At the age of twelve with his family they moved to Brooklyn, New York. In 1982 after graduating from high school, he decided to serve in the .
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Fresh Kid Ice, born Chris Wong Won, was a founding member of 2 Live Crew and one of the first Asian-Americans to become a hip-hop star. With bandmate Luther Campbell, Fresh Kid Ice was at the forefront of the culture wars over infamous 2 Live Crew albums like As Nasty As They Wanna Be (1989) and Banned in the . 1990) - the latter of which was the first album ever to feature the "Parental Advisory" label. Consequence of Sound). Is SoundCloud on the rocks? Is time running short for SoundCloud?
Fresh Kid Ice was born in 1964 as Christopher Wong Won in Port of Spain, Trinidad. I'm Afrochinese, both of my grandmothers were black," he says during a phone conversation. But my grandfather was Cantonese. As Nasty As They Wanna Be went double-platinum, aided in part by the 1990 ruling by Florida District Judge Jose Gonzalez that declared it the first legally obscene album in history following a campaign against the group that included the sheriff of Broward County, then-Governor Bob Martinez, and Vice President Dan Quayle. Two years later, the Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit in Atlanta overturned the ruling, setting a precedent with implications that hip-hop could now be as nasty as it wanted to be-and 2 Live Crew could be as nasty on record as they were in their personal lives.
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Listen to Fresh Kid Ice Radio, free! Stream songs by Fresh Kid Ice & similar artists plus get the latest info on Fresh Kid Ice! . Fresh Kid Ice (aka Chris Wong Won) was a founding member of 2 Live Crew. While the famously explicit crew would go on to make history in Florida, it actually began in California, when Ice, DJ Mr. Mixx, and Amazing V released the "Revelation" single in 1985. The duo quickly issued the "What I Like" single, on which Ice took Amazing V's.
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