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Paris

  • Oct 29, 1967 (age 52)
  • 6' 3" (1.91 m)

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2018
One Night in Paris
AlbumApr 25, 2018

One Night in Paris

One Night in Paris released.
2015
Pistol Politics
AlbumSep 11, 2015

Pistol Politics

Pistol Politics released.
2009
Paris Presents: Hard Truth Soldiers, Vol. 2
AlbumMay 19, 2009

Paris Presents: Hard Truth Soldiers, Vol. 2

Paris Presents: Hard Truth Soldiers, Vol. 2 released.
SongMay 19, 2009

Martial Law
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2008
SongOct 28, 2008

Don't Stop the Movement
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Acid Reflex
AlbumOct 28, 2008

Acid Reflex

Acid Reflex is the sixth studio album by rapper Paris. It …
Acid Reflex is the sixth studio album by rapper Paris. It included the single and video "Don't Stop the Movement" to promote the album. Acid Reflex features guest appearances from Public Enemy, George Clinton and T-K.A.S.H. Recorded and mixed at Data Stream Studio in San Francisco, CA and Guerrilla Funk Sound in Danville, CA.
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2007
Remix of a Nation
AlbumNov 6, 2007

Remix of a Nation

Remix of a Nation is the 2007 remix album by Public Enemy …
Remix of a Nation is the 2007 remix album by Public Enemy featuring Paris.
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2006
Rebirth of a Nation
AlbumMar 7, 2006

Rebirth of a Nation

Rebirth of a Nation is a collaborative studio album by …
Rebirth of a Nation is a collaborative studio album by American hip hop group Public Enemy and rapper/producer Paris. Its title is a reference to the 1915 white supremacist film The Birth of a Nation as well as one of the group's prior albums, It Takes a Nation of Millions to Hold Us Back. Despite the Public Enemy branding on the album, many tracks were written and produced by Paris; the album itself was deemed a "special project" by Chuck D in order to differentiate it from other Public Enemy works. It was released on March 7, 2006 through Guerrilla Funk Recordings with distribution via Caroline Distribution. The album was mixed and mastered at Data Stream Studio in San Francisco, California. The album features guest appearances from Dead Prez, MC Ren, Kam, Sister Souljah, The Conscious Daughters, Immortal Technique and Professor Griff. Rebirth of a Nation peaked at number 180 on the Billboard 200 albums chart in the United States and sold 5,592 units in its first week out.
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2003
Sonic Jihad
AlbumOct 7, 2003

Sonic Jihad

Sonic Jihad is the fifth studio album by rapper Paris, released in …
Sonic Jihad is the fifth studio album by rapper Paris, released in 2003, recorded, mixed and mastered at Data Stream Studio in San Francisco.
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SongOct 7, 2003

What Would You Do?
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1998
Let's Take a Trip
AlbumSep 29, 1998

Let's Take a Trip

Let's Take a Trip released.
Bomb from Da Bay, Vol. 2
AlbumSep 15, 1998

Bomb from Da Bay, Vol. 2

Bomb from Da Bay, Vol. 2 released.
Unleashed
AlbumFeb 24, 1998

Unleashed

Unleashed is the fourth album of militant Black nationalist …
Unleashed is the fourth album of militant Black nationalist rapper Paris. It was released in 1998.
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1994
Guerrilla Funk
AlbumOct 4, 1994

Guerrilla Funk

Guerrilla Funk is the third studio album by American rapper …
Guerrilla Funk is the third studio album by American rapper Paris. It was released on October 4, 1994 via Priority Records, and has been re-released in a limited 2003 release subtitled The Deluxe Edition via Guerrilla Funk Recordings; it was digitally enhanced, reworked, and contains alternate versions.
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SongOct 4, 1994

It's Real (Extended Movement Mix)
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SongOct 4, 1994

One Time Fo' Ya Mind
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1992
SongNov 23, 1992

The Days of Old
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Sleeping With the Enemy
AlbumNov 23, 1992

Sleeping With the Enemy

Sleeping With the Enemy is …
Sleeping With the Enemy is the second album of U.S. political rapper Paris. Released in 1992, it stimulated much controversy with the songs "Bush Killa" (a revenge fantasy about the assassination of then-President George H. W. Bush) and "Coffee, Donuts & Death," (a cop-killing tirade). It also featured a young DJ Shadow on production.
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The Days Of Old
AlbumJan 1, 1992

The Days Of Old

The Days Of Old released.
1991
The Hate That Hate Made
AlbumJan 1, 1991

The Hate That Hate Made

The Hate That Hate Made released.
1990
SongOct 9, 1990

The Devil Made Me Do It
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The Devil Made Me Do It
AlbumOct 9, 1990

The Devil Made Me Do It

The Devil Made Me Do It is …
The Devil Made Me Do It is the debut album of militant Black nationalist rapper Paris. The title track was banned on MTV. The 13-track vinyl record version of The Devil Made Me Do It was released in 1990 on Tommy Boy Records. Paris toured the US and Europe that year to promote the record. The album eventually sold over 300,000 according to the emcee.
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1967
Paris
BirthOctober 1967

Paris

Paris was born.
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