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Black Child
Background information
Birth name Ramel Gill
Born 14 September 1976 (1976-09-14) (age 33)[citation needed]
Origin Brooklyn, New York
Genres Hip hop
Years active 1993–Present
Labels Jam Master Jay Records/ 1993-1995

The Inc. Records1999-
Def Jam1993-2005
In Da Streetsz Musik 2005-
Universal Motown Records Group2007-
Mpire records (2007-)

Associated acts Ja Rule
Vita
Hoodstock
Trina

Black Child (born September 14, 1976), is an American rapper.

Jam Master Jay Records signed Black Child in 1993, while Jay was still interested in Child's lyrical style and ability. Black remained on the label for two years before being imprisoned for five years. In the first few hours out of jail, Black Child contacted Ja Rule, who gave him the opportunity to prove himself by reciting his lyrics to Irv Gotti. Black was first heard on Ja Rule's "Holla Holla" remix featuring Caddillac Tah, Busta Rhymes, Jay-Z, Memphis Bleek, and Vita. He also appeared on Venni Vetti Vecci, Ja Rule's first album. Black Child toured with Ja Rule, and confirmed his position in 1999 in the group Murderers, teaming with Caddillac Tah, Vita, O1, and Ja Rule whose first feature was on the "Funk Flex & Big Kap live at the Tunnel Pt. 1". He has gone on to collaborate with the likes of Sticky Fingaz, Hussein Fatal, JoJo Pellegrino, Boo & Gotti, Benzino, Jayo Felony, Tragedy Khadafi, Luke Lp "The Architect, and Christopher "Caspa tha Ghost" Ryan and others.

Contents

Filmography as actor

  • Ca$h Rules (2008)
  • Animal (2005)
  • Kojak (4 episodes, 2005)
  • All Bets Off: Part 2 (2005) TV episode
  • All Bets Off: Part 1 (2005) TV episode
  • Kind of Blue (2005) TV episode
  • Hitman (2005) TV episode

Singles

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Guest appearances

  • 1999: "Holla Holla (Remix)" (Ja Rule feat. Jay-Z, Vita, Tah Murdah, Memphis Bleek, Black Child & Busta Rhymes)
  • 1999: "Murda 4 Life (Video Version)" (Ja Rule feat. Tah Murdah & Black Child)
  • 1999: "WhereDaPaperAt?" (Cha Cha feat. Memphis Bleek, Ja Rule, Bareda & Black Child)
  • 1999: "We Here Now" (Ja Rule feat. Black Child)
  • 1999: "Nigguz Theme" (Ja Rule feat. Case & Black Child)
  • 1999: "The Murderers" (Ja Rule feat. Tah Murdah & Black Child)
  • 2000: "Gunrunner" (50 Cent feat. Black Child)
  • 2000: "Die" (Ja Rule feat. Tah Murdah & Black Child)
  • 2000: "Extasy" (Ja Rule feat. Tah Murdah, Jayo Felony & Black Child)
  • 2001: "He Loves U Not (Bad Boy Remix)" Dream (band) feat. Black Child & P. Diddy
  • 2001: "The Inc." (Ja Rule feat. Caddillac Tah, Ashanti & Black Child)
  • 2001: "Worldwide Gangsta" (Ja Rule feat. Caddillac Tah, Boo & Gotti & Black Child)
  • 2001: "My Dogz Iz My Gunz" (Sticky Fingaz feat. Black Child)
  • 2001: "Vita Vita Vita" (Vita feat. Caddillac Tah, Ja Rule & Black Child)
  • 2002: "State To State" (Ja Rule & Black Child)
  • 2002: "Ride Wit Us" (Irv Gotti feat. Black Child, Jody Mack, O-1, Young Merc, D.O. Cannon, Ronnie Bumps, Caddilac Tah & Chink Santana)
  • 2002: "We Still Don't Give A Fuck" (Irv Gotti feat. Ronnie Bumps, D.O. Cannon, Rah, Jody Mack, O-1, Charlie Baltimore, Black Child & Caddillac Tah)
  • 2002: "1 Hearse, 2 Suburbans" (Irv Gotti feat. Black Child, Caddillac Tah, Ronnie Bumps, Eastwood & Crooked I)
  • 2002: "O.G." (Irv Gotti feat. Black Child)
  • 2002: "Break Up 2 Make Up (Remix)" (Ashanti feat. Black Child)
  • 2002: "No One Does It Better (Remix)" (Ashanti feat. Caddiilac Tah, Black Child & Ja Rule)
  • 2003: "Things Gon' Change" (Ja Rule feat. Young Merc , D.O. Cannons & Black Child)
  • 2003: "The INC Is Back" (Ja Rule feat. Sekou 720, Shadow & Black Child)
  • 2004: "Last Of The Mohicans" (Ja Rule feat. Black Child)
  • 2004: "Gun Talk" (Ja Rule feat. Black Child)
  • 2004: "Bout My Business" (Ja Rule feat. Young Merc, Caddillac Tah & Black Child)
  • 2007: "Prison" (Hussein Fatal feat. Hoodstock & Black Child)

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