Rapper whose profession became popular in 1989 using the launch of his debut recording, NO-ONE CAN GET IT DONE Better, which strike #1 around the U.S. hip-hop graphs and eventually proceeded to go Platinum. He’s also known for his many collaborations with Dr. Dre, co-writing many N.W.A. tunes and showing up on Dre’s landmark 1992 recording The Persistent. He got his begin as an associate from the hip-hop group The Fila New Crew, who have been featured around the N.W.A as well as the Posse compilation in 1987. The group disbanded in 1988. His tone of voice was permanently modified after a 1989 car crash smashed his larynx, departing him having a raspier quality to his tone of voice. His delivery name is usually Tracy Lynn Curry. He includes a child with vocalist Erykah Badu and a child from a earlier romantic relationship. He co-wrote three tunes from Eazy-E’s debut single album, Eazy-Duz-It.