Prominent Houston, Texas rap figure who is known for being the CEO of Rap-A-Lot Records. He founded the label in 1986, and has garnered the reputation of being a stiff promoter of Houston rap and hip-hop.
The first prominent album he produced via Rap-A-Lot Records was Raheem's The Vigilante in 1988.
He served as the first boxing manager for Floyd Mayweather, Jr. In February 2015, he released the diss track "Courtesy Call" against a litany of rappers he felt guilty of wrongdoing, including Lil Wayne and Diddy.
He has collaborated with rapper Scarface, who has been a Rap-A-Lot records signee.