(The Original) High-C
NEWS   High-C is dead. Sort of. Look for a new track with MC Wreckshin, and a few more with DJ Manticore in the future. Maybe.
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play hi-fi  High-C - Filling the Box Back Up Again (with KC)
play hi-fi  High-C/Kid Charlamaign Variations In G-Funk Minor
play hi-fi  Perfect Me Preview
play hi-fi  Perfect Me Audition.mp3
play hi-fi  High-C - Waterbearer
play hi-fi  Hurricane Regina Take 2.mp3
play hi-fi  High-C - Seven African Nation Army.mp3
play hi-fi  High-C - Vice City.mp3
play hi-fi  For Sixtoo
play hi-fi  Kill Bill Gates w/Ill Gill
I have been High-C since 1988 or so. I have a picture of me in the paper in 1989 as High-C, in fact.

Then that other Hi-C came along. Now there are probably 10 High-Cs, one in the same state as me. There's even a punk band named High-C.
Why this name?
I get high. See?
Do you play live?
Not yet.
How, do you think, does the internet (or mp3) change the music industry?
It lets you get your songs out there.
Would you sign a record contract with a major label?
Probably, if I could get a deal like Buck 65, and keep my name and song rights.
Band History:
I was nothing until I met DJ Manticore and we formed Meter Versus Yard.
Your influences?
Ice-T, Beastie Boys, Public Enemy, Geto Boys, Canadian Underground, Anticon, Def Jux.
Favorite spot?
The middle of the earth.
Equipment used:
Cool Edit.
Anything else...?
Nerdcore Compilation CD Project