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Li'l Vicious, more commonly known as Vicious, was a young dancehall reggae artist from Brooklyn, New York, USA, who recorded one album, Destination Brooklyn, that was released on Epic/SME Records. His career fizzled but not before he was featured on the Reggae Soul Mix of Mariah Carey's "Always Be My Baby." He was also featured on M.I.A.'s Piracy Funds Terrorism album. Vicious had hit song called "Nika" that heavily sampled the Isley Brothers' "Between the Sheets." He also had a hit titled "Freaks," a collaboration with Doug E. Fresh.

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Recently, he appeared in San Francisco on a late night Throwback Jamz Video channel and elicited positive rewiews from seventy-five percent of the San Francisco audience present in the living room. Inquires to his current situation lead to researching him on Wikipedia.


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