K-Solo

K-Solo

K-Solo is an American rapper from Central Islip, New York who, along with RedmanEPMDDas EFX, and Keith Murray, was part of the Hit Squad in the 1990s.

K-Solo's two biggest hits were "Your Mom's in My Business" and "Spellbound." The rapper later accused DMX of stealing this style from him when the two were incarcerated, serving jail time together. But before this all came about K-Solo spent 16 months in Riverhead Correctional Facility after being wrongfully convicted of assault in the 1980s. In Suffolk jail is where K-Solo came up with the Spellbound flow. Mr. Myles was there to see him write it.That was before he transferred to the city jail.

In the mid-1990s he signed with Death Row Records and almost signed to Death Row East after hooking up with them in a Pittsburgh concert show. The only track ever released was a bootleg of Kurupt and him freestyling over Snoop's "Gin and Juice". It can be found on YouTube.

In 2003 he toured the world with PMD and DJ Honda and vowed never again citing PMD "flipping over nearly everything but his ticket and record sales."

In 2004 he was working on a new album for his Waste Management Records tentatively titled "There Will Be Hell to Pay" which has yet to be released. 

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