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Snoman The Exceptional One
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Conscious, sometimes sub-conscious.
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snomantheexceptionalone thewayitgoes.mp3
Peak position #44
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snomantheexceptionalone somebodysgottadoit.mp3
Peak in sub-genre #10
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snomantheexceptionalone keepyourvoicelow.mp3
Peak position #69
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snomantheexceptionalone theends.mp3
Peak in sub-genre #17
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snomantheexceptionalone fingitup.mp3
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Everyone calls me El Bee, because most know me as a hand analyst now and not as an emcee. People familiar with my rap skills call me Sno, or Snoman.
Band/artist history
I started writing poetry as a kid, and I started writing songs to Hip-Hop in 1983 - I was 13. Run DMC were my idols then. Curtis Mayfield's label signed me in 1991. The Exceptional One was released in 1993, and I opened for Run DMC in 1994. I disappeared from the game shortly thereafter.
Have you performed in front of an audience?
Between 1993-1994 I performed at a lot of big venues, with a lot of big stars. Prior to that I had performed around the DMV a lot as well, as a local celebrity.
Your musical influences
Public Enemy, Rakim, LL Cool J, Run DMC, Whodini, Big Daddy Kane, Jay-Z, Eightball & MJG, Gangstar, Aarab Muzik, 9th Wonder, Flex Matthews, Eminem, Snoop Dog, DJ Quik, Ice Cube, Ice T, Special Ed, Biz Markie, KRS One, Boogie Down Productions, De La Soul, Common, Mos Def...
Anything else?
I love you.
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