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CX KiDTRONiK

Background information
Origin United States New York City
Occupations composer
producer
musician
Instruments multi-instrumentalist

CX KiDTRONiK is an American musician, singer, producer and multi-instrumentalist from New York City.

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Early years

During the 1980s, CX KiDTRONiK (also known as DJ KID K.U.T.) formed the first hip-hop electro-boogie band Midnite Mission featuring David Last. He would then perform and collaborate with local rap groups such as Fresh Force, D-Lyte and Def Kali. Later he started his own hardcore rap crew 400 Strength also known as JMC and Kid K.U.T. Their first studio album was under the creative direction of engineers Steve Marker and Butch Vig.

1990s

During the early 1990s, CX was the producer of supergroup K.I.N. which featured Saul Williams. Their high-energy performances were very influential to many artists including Lil Jon, Dallas Austin, Cypress Hill, Body Count, and Andre 3000. He then became the producer and DJ for the Furthur 3 MCs / Furthur Uplifter which featured Tchaka Diallo.

Today

Today CX collaborates with bands like Antipop Consortium, Saul Williams and Nine Inch Nails. Featured on the Afro-Punk Vol.2 - Fuck Rock Stars compilation.

Selected discography

  • Krak Attack (Sound-ink, 2006)

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