Legendary 1990s emcee and songwriter formerly of the record label First Priority Music, he is best recognized for his hit singles "I Got a Man" and the popular duet with MC Lyte "I'm Not Havin' It." He later went on to pursue a career in standup comedy.
His career began in 1986 when he released his debut on the showcase album Fast Money for the short-lived label Star Maker.
On The Beavis and Butt-head Experience in 1993, he made a guest appearance on the remix of "Come to Butt-head."
His real name is Darryl Gibson and he is a native of the Bronx, New York.
In 2006, he appeared on Nas' 1990s remix "Where Are They Now" on the album Hip Hop is Dead.