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60 Second Assassin
Also known as 62nd Assassin
Origin Bedstuy, Brooklyn, New York, United States
Genres Hip Hop
Years active 1994–present
Labels Wu Music Group
Associated acts Sunz of Man, Wu-Tang Clan

Born in Bedstuy, Brooklyn, NY, 60 Second Assassin is a mysterious figure, who's mostly known for his unique style and voice as a member of Sunz of Man, an early affiliate of the Wu-Tang Clan.

He's name represents the assassination of negative thoughts, not people. Hell Razah explains: "He says everything in one minute. That's why he rhyme the way he do. He assassinates negativity. But before the sixtieth second strikes on the clock, he on me. Actually he goes to the other wall, it places yourself at an advantage, you comin' for something N' he is already there, he already done figured it out before you came with it, basically. But give him sixty seconds which is one minute, he will assassinate something that is negative."

His first known appearance on a record was on Ol' Dirty Bastard's debut album Return to the 36 Chambers, where he sang on the promo cut "Dirty N Stinkin" and on "Protect Ya Neck II The Zoo" along with fellow Sunz of Man members Killah Priest, Hell Razah, Shabazz The Disciple and Prodigal Sunn, but his most famous appearance was on Raekwon's album, Only Built 4 Cuban Linx..., in the song "Glaciers of Ice". He was also featured on the song "Wicked Ways" from the One Million Strong compilation, and also appeared on Killah Priest's solo album, Heavy Mental, on the track "Tai Chi". Other than that he hasn't made many appearances and you can only find him on the Sunz of Man albums and singles. His latest contribution can be found on RZA's soundtracks of Afro Samurai, and Afro Samurai Resurrection.



With Sunz of Man

Album information
Nothing New Under the Sun
  • Released: Unreleased, planned for 1996
  • Label: Wu-Tang/Priority Records
  • Singles: "Soldiers of Darkness"/"Five Arch Angels", "No Love Without Hate", "Bloody Choices"
The Last Shall Be First
  • Released: July 21, 1998
  • Label: Red Ant Entertainment
  • Singles: "Natural High", "Shining Star"/"Cold", "The Plan"/"Collaboration '98"
The First Testament
  • Released: January 31, 1999
  • Label: Red Hook Records
  • Singles: "Deep in the Water"/"In the Beginning..."/"The Sins of Man",
    "Who are the Sunz of Man?"/"The Valley of Death"/"Bring Back the Mike"/"Valley of Kings"
Saviorz Day
  • Released: September 3, 2002
  • Label: D3 Entertainment
  • Singles: "Savior's Day"
Elements (The First Testament re-release)
  • Released: July 13, 2004
  • Label: X-Ray Records
  • Singles: "Deep in the Water"/"In the Beginning..."/"The Sins of Man",
    "Who are the Sunz of Man?"/"Bring Back the Mike"
The Old Testament
  • Released: April 4, 2006
  • Label: Green Streets Entertainment
  • Singles:


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