Born Aaron Yates, he was an American rapper who had his greatest commercial success with the 2002 album Absolute Power. He was also a featured artist on the singles, Interlude and Worldwide Choppers.
He had an interest in the supernatural and often went searching for ghosts as a child.
His stage name came from the name of a handgun, the TEC-P semi-automatic that he received as a gift from the rapper Black Walt.
He had three children: Alyia, Reign and Dontez.
He was featured on the 1999 track "The Anthem" by Sway & King Tech, which also featured Eminem.