Compton rapper best known for his collaborative album with Dresta, Real Brothas. He is also famous for his association with the late N.W.A. rapper Eazy-E.
He grew up a member of the Crips gang and began recording tracks with Eazy-E like "Real Compton City G's."
He was sent to prison for attempted murder in 1998.
His brother Andre was also a Crip.
He was featured on the famous gangster rap song "Real Compton City G's," which was a response to various disses found on the Dr. Dre album The Chronic.