PA's Spinning Records; Redhead Kingpin and the FBI's "We Don't Have A Plan B"


This carrot-topped B-boy scored numerous hits with his teen-geared raps, which were sometimes vulgar and sometimes amusing.

"Pump It Hottee" was his finest moment, appearing on his 1989 debut for Virgin, Shade of Red. Two years later, The Album With No Name was released on Capitol, but he gained his last hit in 1992.

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