Remembered for such albums as I Represent (released in 2000) and Keepin It Real (released in 2002), this Savannah, Georgia-based rapper was murdered at the age of twenty-one while walking near the Pure Pain Records studio.
Born Jason Johnson, he grew up in a Savannah housing project called Hitch Village. He began his career as a rapper by collaborating with the group Crime Affiliates on an album titled Crime Pay$.
In the early 2000s, Universal Music offered him a recording contract; however, his arrest for crack cocaine possession overturned the deal.
He was fatally shot while walking with his young daughter. After his death, his mother Tammie Greene took legal action when Pure Pain Records did not release the accounts of her son's album sales. His daughter is Flau'jae.