Death Threat (hip hop musician)


Death Threat (hip hop musician)

Death Threat are pioneering gangsta rap artists in the Philippines composed of MCs O.G. Beware, olan, Hi-Jakkk, O-Dogg, Gloc-9, Konflick, Phat-L, Dyablo, Sir Scratch and Radical M.K. & the only English speaking artist in the group M.E.N.A.C.E. At a time when party themed tracks dominated Pinoy rap as exemplified by such mainstream artists like Denmark and Andrew E, they released their seminal "Gusto Kong Bumaet" debut LP which ushered the Philippine Hardcore and Gangsta Rap Scene. The group became famous for their song "Gusto Kong Bumaet" (I Want To Be Good) which told tales of the daily lives of the young impoverished Filipino youth growing up in the city streets and slum areas, other singles are "Ilibing Ng Buhay" with Pooch of Ghetto Doggs, "24 Oras", "Kamusta Na", "Babae Ay Minamahal", and "Private Diane" with Ely Buendia and master rapper Francis M. . They already shoot their first single "Hood2Hood" on their 8th upcoming album "Death Threat 8" and soon to bang on your hood. They have released several albums since then and are currently signed to the record label "Real Deal Productions".

Contents

Members

  • O.G. Beware (1992'-Present)
  • Genezide (1992'-1999')
  • Sir Scratch (1992'-1994')
  • Radikal MK (1992'-Present)
  • Hi-Jakkk (1994'-1997', 2001'-2004', 2009-Present)
  • O-Dogg (1994'-1999')
  • Gloc-9 (1996'-2007')
  • olan (2001'-Present)
  • Phat-L (2001'-Present)
  • Dyablo (2001'-Present)

Discography

Albums

  • 1993 Gusto Kong Bumaet
  • 1995 Wanted
  • 1997 Kings Of Da Undaground
  • 1998 Beware: The Return
  • 1998 Hi-Jakkk/Gloc-9: Domination
  • 1999 Reincarnation
  • 1999 Genezide: Kasalanan
  • 2002 Still Wanted Da 2nd Chapter
  • 2005 Beware: Revenge Of Tha Undaground
  • T.B.A. Death Threat 8

Certified D.T.G. Supporters

  • Balong "Mr.Comix"
  • Jonathan Mercado
  • Don Enrico
  • Riginald Philippineg Lagasca
  • BOBBY'YO! (since 1993')
  • Jasper a.k.a. Biggie One
  • Nholdie Nholdz (since 1998')
  • Doc Alvin Alvarez
  • Mike-One Arroyo
  • Tito, Vic & Joey
  • Bobby Blaze
  • DJ Joker
  • DJ Buddha
  • Kingpin
  • Rhyxodus (Apokalipsis)
  • Duanesis (Apokalipsis)
  • Trixx (A-Clan)
  • Romel
  • Vincent Daffalong
  • DJ DC Jack
  • Francis "Danger" Sapaden
  • Veneno (since 1997')
  • Deejay Pile
  • MC Shorty G (since 2006')
  • Wangbu (Enigmatiko)
  • Ralph Albert Cosimo
  • Owi Boy (DTG 1st Generation)
  • Wilson Racimo
  • Dante (DTG 1st Generation)
  • Arrol Casanova (DTG 1st Generation)
  • Illusive
  • Shorty Loc
  • Krazykyle Gianan (Rapskallion Familia)
  • Mad Killah (Salbakutah)
  • Charlie-Mac (Salbakutah)
  • Bendeatha (Salbakutah)
  • Jonan Aguilar
  • Lexxus Araneta (Makaveli Araneta)

References

External links

See also



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