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Tone Loc

Well-known for his hit songs “Funky Chilly Medina” and “Crazy Thing,” this deep-voiced hip-hop vocalist can be significant for his 1989 dual platinum album Loc-ed AT NIGHT. In 1990, he received two Grammy nominations and an American Music Honor. Before you begin his music profession and closing his participation in criminal offense, he belonged to a Compton, California-based gang. A voiceover designer and a vocalist, he contributed towards the 1992 cartoon film FernGully: THE FINAL Rainforest. The child of Wayne and Margaret Smith, Firmness Loc (given birth to Anthony Terrell Smith) was raised in LA, California. He fathered a child called Tawny and sons called Bijan, Anthony, Tony Terrell, Stephen, and Sean. He was presented on Fefe Dobson’s 2003 monitor “Rock and roll It ‘Til You Drop It.”

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