American rapper and politics activist most widely known as one fifty percent of the rap duo Deceased Prez. He’s also the writer from the books The Artwork of Emceeing and Warrior Brands from Afrika. He was raised in Florida and went to Adam S. Rickards and Wakulla Great Schools. He changed vegan and started exercising Jeet Kune Perform after being identified as having gout in his early 20’s. He wedded writer and nutritionist Afya Ibomu. He provides two sons. He created several tracks from Nas’ 2008 record Untitled, including “Sly Fox” and “We’re NOT BY YOURSELF.”
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|13th||2016||Documentary writer: "Behind Enemy Lines" - as Clayton Gavin|
|Project X||2012||writer: "Hip-Hop" - as Clayton Gavin|
|Brooklyn's Finest||2009||writer: "NYDP" - as Clayton Gavin|
|Three Can Play That Game||2007||performer: "Faithful Lover" - as Stic.man of dead prez / producer: "Faithful Lover" - as Stic.man of dead prez / writer: "Faithful Lover" - as Stic.man of dead prez|
|Scratch||2001||Documentary writer: "Hip Hop Instrumental" - as Clayton Angelo Gavin|
|Slam||1998||writer: "Sellin' D.O.P.E. Drugs Oppress People Everyday" - as C. Gavin|
|Yoga 30 for 30||2016||Video composer: theme music|
|Block Reportin 101||2012||Documentary completed||Stic Man of Rap Group Dead Prez|
|Feel Rich: Health Is the New Wealth||2017||Documentary|
|The Ballot or the Bullet||2012||Documentary|
|Business as Usual: The Exploitation of Hip Hop||2011||Documentary||Himself|
|Behind the Wheel||2008||Documentary||Himself|
|J.A.M. Awards & Concert||2007||TV Special||Himself|
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