|Take Me to Another Place||Murder House II|| |
|Doing The Grown Folk||The Otherside|| |
|A Song About Weed||Friday The 13th: The Murder House|| |
|Pick Up||People In Hell (Want Ice Water)|| |
|No Panties||People In Hell (Want Ice Water)|| |
|The Sir Speaks||The Otherside|| |
|Nothing On the Radio||Disturbed 5|| |
|Pimp C||Murder House II|| |
|I'm Clean (Feat. Tjp, 2 Tyme, Babyg & Nette)||Sir Nasty Presents: When Animals Attack|| |
|Time Travel||Friday the 13th: Hip-Hop Holocaust|| |
Based out of Harlem, NY, producer Ron Browz was first brought into the studio by a local hero, Big L. Browz got his big break when he created the beat for "Ether," Nas' famous diss track aimed at Jay-Z. Since then he has worked for the likes of DMX, Ludacris, and 50 Cent's G-Unit crew. In 2008 he released his own album, The Wonder Years, on the Trust Family label. It featured appearances from the likes of Jadakiss, Jae Millz, and Papoose.
David Jeffries, Rovi
Blind Fury, a British heavy metal group of the '80s, originally was known as Satan and had a black magic orientation. In 1984, they changed their name and took a more secular approach. The lineup was: Lou Taylor (vocals), Steve Ramsey (guitar), Russ Tippins (guitar), Graeme English (bass), and Sean Taylor (drums). Blind Fury made one album, Out of Reach, in 1985, but unfortunately they were no more successful in their new identity than in their old, and they broke up in 1986.
William Ruhlmann, Rovi