The over-the-top, bazooka wielding action star of hip hop, charismatic Floridian word master Celph Titled began his professional entrance into the rap game as a teenage lyricist and local production staple during the late 90's indie 12-inch vinyl boom. Being a member of, and producing for, a number of boundary-pushing Tampa rap crews at the time, he networked heavily to take his music worldwide and began contributing beats and rhymes to a non-stop tirade of vinyl singles during a time when the 12-inch single market was key in building a cult fan base. Read more about Celph Titled on Last.fm.
There are 5 artists called Apathy: an American hip-hop artist, a doom/death metal band from Sweden, an American Hardcore band from Maryland (active from the mid 90's through 2001), an American grunge band from Wisconsin, and a Punk Band from Omaha Nebraska (active in the 1980s). 1.Apathy is a hip-hop artist from the USA. The Connecticut based emcee, who spent most of his life bouncing from place to place, first discovered hip-hop through Melle Mel's verses on Chaka Kahn's "Feel For You", writing his own lyrics to match the track. Read more about Apathy on Last.fm.
There are several performers named Esoteric: 1) A funeral doom metal band from United Kingdom. 2) A disbanded Mexican death metal band which released a demo in 1995. 3) Emcee of the Boston hip-hop act 7L & Esoteric, MC Esoteric. 4) Dutch acid techno artist Curley's alias. 1) Esoteric is a funeral doom metal band from Birmingham, UK. Formed in July 1992, after the gathering of five individuals, inspired to create dark, innovative music that was evocative to and expressive of the contents of their psyche. Read more about Esoteric on Last.fm.
Army of the Pharaohs is an underground hip-hop supergroup originating from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, formed by Jedi Mind Tricks emcee Vinnie Paz in 1998. From the beginning, Vinnie Paz envisioned the group as a loose collaboration between the biggest names in East Coast Underground hip hop, very similar to the original Wu-Tang Clan. The original incarnation of the group included five MCs: Vinnie Paz, Chief Kamachi, Julian Voss,also called Linba Virtuoso and Bahamadia, along with JMT producer Stoupe the Enemy of Mankind. Read more about Army of the Pharaohs on Last.fm.
At 6’9” and 400+ pounds, rapper/producer KING MAGNETIC is arguably the “biggest rapper alive.” Fans of the underground phenom know that his massive size is a complement to his larger-than-life personality – a maddening mash-up of creativity, sensitivity, and a strong dose of “I just don’t give a fuck.” A native of Allentown, PA (where a burgeoning Hip-Hop scene has quietly taken shape in recent years), KING MAGNETIC began receiving national attention as in 2005 as the producer of "The Sound of Philadelphia" for rapper Reef the Lost Cauze, which aired on ESPN’s Monday Night Countdown. Read more about King Magnetic on Last.fm.