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MC Shan

  • Sep 06, 1965 (age 56)

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2012
Q.B.O.G.: The Best of M.C. Shan
AlbumMar 19, 2012

Q.B.O.G.: The Best of M.C. Shan

Q.B.O.G.: The Best of M.C. Shan released.
2007
SongMay 8, 2007

He Cuts So Fresh (Feat. MC Shan)
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2003
Beef
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MovieAug 1, 2003

Beef

A documentary on the evolution of MC battles from verbal one …
A documentary on the evolution of MC battles from verbal one-upmanship to street warfare.
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1991
L.A. Story
MovieFeb 8, 1991

L.A. Story

Harris K. Telemacher is a "wacky weekend weatherman" for a …
Harris K. Telemacher is a "wacky weekend weatherman" for a local Los Angeles television station, who is searching for meaning in his otherwise cliché ridden Los Angeles life. With the help of an insightful and talkative Freeway sign, Harris embarks on a journey through Los Angeles in pursuit of Sarah, an English reporter who has been sent to the City of Angels to research an article for the London Times.
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1990
Play It Again, Shan
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AlbumApr 11, 1990

Play It Again, Shan

Play It Again Shan is an album by Cold Chillin' Records artist …
Play It Again Shan is an album by Cold Chillin' Records artist and Juice Crew member MC Shan. The album was released on April 11, 1990, under Cold Chillin' and Warner Bros. Records.
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SongJan 1, 1990

It Ain’t a Hip Hop Record
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1988
Born to Be Wild
AlbumOct 25, 1988

Born to Be Wild

Born to Be Wild is the second album released by Juice …
Born to Be Wild is the second album released by Juice Crew member and East Coast rapper MC Shan. With the production work of Marley Marl, MC Shan directly attacked Boogie Down Productions with "Juice Crew Law" and ended the silence around their feud.
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SongOct 25, 1988

I Pioneered This
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SongOct 25, 1988

Born to Be Wild
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1987
Down by Law
AlbumJan 1, 1987

Down by Law

Down by Law is the debut album by East Coast hip hop artist MC …
Down by Law is the debut album by East Coast hip hop artist MC Shan. Released at the height of the Bridge Wars, a feud that erupted between Boogie Down Productions and the Juice Crew, responding to the Queensbridge anthem "The Bridge", this album created a blueprint within Hip-Hop music that was never seen (or heard) before. The album contains the diss track, "Kill That Noise" in response to South Bronx (as well as an edit of "The Bridge"). The album is produced by Marley Marl, and was distributed by Cold Chillin' Records independently (the label's very first LP release, catalog #CCLP-500), until a distribution deal was struck with Warner Bros. Records (1988), then the album was reissued with slight sample edits. It was the only Cold Chillin'/Warner Bros. album that was never initially released on CD by its distributor. The album was not released on that format until 1995, long after the 5-year distribution deal with Warner Bros. Records ended. By this time, Cold Chillin' distributed its material independently, mostly from its back catalog. This CD pressing would only be available for a limited time and went out of print for a few years. It was then re-released in 2001 as MC Shan: the Best of Cold Chillin', which featured all the tracks from Down by Law (except "Another One to Get Jealous Of") with a few additional non-album tracks. This version is now out of print as well. In 2007, it was re-released again by its new owner, Traffic Entertainment, in expanded form as a double-disc set with extended tracks, as well as bonus tracks.
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1965
MC Shan
BirthSeptember 1965

MC Shan

MC Shan was born.
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