Blessed Germaine Williams, he’s a Jamaican-American rapper and professional who THE FOUNDATION Magazine listed among the Best 50 Lyricists ever. He worked being a data analyst for the united states Section of Justice. He enlisted in america Military in 2002 to move away from the music but was discharged 2 yrs afterwards after he was captured smoking weed. His dad was a cricketer in Jamaica. His melody “Second Circular K.O.” was made by Wyclef Jean.
|1||Enlisted in the US Army. [April 2004]|
|2||Just released the new album Hip Hop 4 sale. [December 2005]|
|3||Released album with side group 'The Four Horsemen'.|
|4||Had a standing feud with rapper Eminem and further battle raps were exchanged between the two.|
|5||Had a long feud and intense exchange of battle raps with LL Cool J in the late 90's which helped to raise expectations for his debut album.|
|6||Served in Operation Iraqi Freedom.|
|Beef II||2004||Video documentary performer: "4, 3, 2, 1", "Second Round K.O."|
|Bamboozled||2000||"Blak Iz Blak" / writer: "Blak Iz Blak" - as Germaine Williams|
|Black & White||1999/I||performer: "Niggonometry"|
|Office Space||1999||performer: "Shove This Jay-Oh-Bee" / writer: "Shove This Jay-Oh-Bee" - as Germaine Williams|
|The Corruptor||1999||performer: "Patriots" / writer: "Patriots" - as Germaine Williams|
|Bulworth||1998||performer: "How Come" / producer: "How Come" / writer: "How Come" - as G. Williams|
|Bamboozled||2000||Mau Mau: Mo Blak|
|Beef II||2004||Video documentary||Himself - Recording Artist|
|MTV Video Music Awards 1998||1998||TV Special||Himself - Performer|
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|1||Known for his lyrical prowess and his raspy voice|
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