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King Gordy
Birth name Waverly W. Alford III
Also known as Cobain The Dead

The King of Horrorcore

Born August 18, 1977 (1977-08-18) (age 32)
Origin Detroit, Michigan, United States
Genres Hip hop, Horrorcore
Years active 2000 – present
Labels Web Entertainment
Associated acts Fat Killahz, D12, Bizarre, Project: Deadman, Prozak, Krizz Kaliko, The R.O.C.
Website www.kinggordy.com

Waverly W. Alford III (born August 18, 1977), better known by his stage name King Gordy, is an American rapper.[1]

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Biography

King Gordy is a horror-core rapper from Detroit, Michigan. He appeared on Bizzare's solo album. Gordy and Bizzare have been good friends since childhood.

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Film career

Aside from his rap career King Gordy has appeared in the film 8 Mile (film), starring Eminem, in which Gordy played the fictional rapper Big O.

The Davidians

A New group with King Gordy and Bizarre of D-12. The first album is set to be called Herijuana * Title spelling is not certain. As of Sept. 2008 They announced that they were in the studios recording the album set to be released 2009. They are currently looking for a record label and investors.

Discography

Albums

with Fat Killahz

  • 2005: Guess Who's Coming to Dinner?

Guest Appearances

  • 2002: Life (Promatic)
  • 2004: Access Denied (Project Deadman) featuring Tech N9ne
  • 2004: No Rest For The Wicked (Project Deadman)
  • 2005: Ghetto Music (Bizarre) featuring Swifty McVay & Stic Man
  • 2005: No T. Lose (Proof)
  • 2005: Cobain The Dead Intro (Devil's Nite 2005)
  • 2006: Six Deaths (Fury) featuring Mattrix
  • 2006: Antidote Medicine (Esham) featuring Lavel
  • 2007: Don't Hate (D12)
  • 2007: Put Your Hands Up For Detroit (Fedde Le Grand) featuring Bizarre
  • 2007: Rock Out (Bizarre)
  • 2007: Knock Em Out (Bizarre) featuring Tech N9ne
  • 2007: Animal (Bizarre) featuring Razaaq
  • 2007: Cakin (Bizarre) featuring Dub, Gam, & Scarchild
  • 2007: Fat Boy (Bizarre)
  • 2007: Monster (Jehovah Jihad)
  • 2008: I Am Gone (D12)
  • 2008: This Situation (D12)
  • 2008: Cheating In The Bedroom (D12)
  • 2008: Win Or Lose (Swifty McVay)
  • 2008: You're Not Gangsta (D12)
  • 2008: Mrs. Pitts (D12)
  • 2008: Psycho, Psycho, Psycho (Prozak) featuring Bizarre
  • 2008: Tyler Durden (on the Tunnel Runners album released on Hatchet House.)
  • 2008: Dangerous (on DJ Clay's Let 'Em Bleed: The Mixxtape, Vol. 2) featuring The R.O.C.
  • 2008: Mirror Mirror (Krizz Kaliko), originally released on the clean edition of Vitiligo, later released in explicit form on the Strange Noize Tour '08 tour exclusive album
  • 2008: Mr. Christian Man (Kapital Punishment)
  • 2008: Let It Rain (on "Poetry of Worms" Released on Head Hurtz Recordz)
  • 2009: The Only Ones featuring Prozak (on Mike E. Clark's Psychopathic Murder Mix Volume 1 released on Psychopathic Records)
  • 2009: The Ultimate Villain (Hades)
  • 2009: Horns (Tech N9ne) featuring Prozak
  • 2009: In My Hood Dark Bluud

References

External links


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