Most widely known for his association using the Wu-Tang Clan, this New York-based rapper also performed using a hiphop supergroup called The HRSMN. Known for such single albums as Large Mental and Watch from Masada, he often included controversial and extremely politics lyrics in his tracks. Early in his profession, he was highlighted on two 1994 paths by Gravediggaz: “Graveyard Chamber” and “Journal of the Madman.” In the first 2000s, he shaped HRSMN with fellow hiphop performers Canibus, Ras Kass, and Kurupt. He was created Walter Reed in NY City’s Brooklyn community. He and fellow NY rapper Ghostface Killah both became a member of the Wu-Tang Clan.