There's only one. Mr. Bellicosity is here.
Formerly of the group called The Nati, Bellicose and his former rhyme partner released their debut album through Ichiban entitled "The B.S. Factor" in the summer of 1998. They performed on the same stages as Do or Die, Crucial Conflict, Shawna, Strings, Twista, and Boyz II Men.
After the group's breakup in '99 the artist formerly known as Mood Swing became Bellicose. After forming his new company 1241 Inc. and establishing a new crew, The Underbelly, work hasn't stopped. Look out for new projects by Cose&Lo (myspace/coseandlo), Mr. Bellicosity (Music 2 Ride 4), J Seuss, Yac Da Liquor Man (myspace/yak1241) and Maggeddon (myspace/etareneged)
Yes. I've performed in Chicago, Pontiac, Detroit and Atlanta. Performing live is one of the best feelings especially when the crowd is giving you live energy.
Tupac, Nas, Esham, Rakim, Triple 6 Mafia, Kool G. Rap, Beanie Sigel, Twista, Curtis Mayfield, P-Funk, Marvin Gaye, Public Enemy, KRS-One, EPMD, Gang Starr, Run DMC, Average White Band and Al Green just to name a few.
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