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Examples of "shyheim"
Shyheim starred in the video for TLC's "Waterfalls".
Shyheim also appeared in the 2011 drama "You're Nobody 'til Somebody Kills You", produced by Spike Lee.
Shyheim resumed his career after almost a decade and released subsequent albums on the label he founded, Bottom Up Records. His third and fourth albums, "The Greatest Story Never Told" and "Enter the Bottom", were released to little fanfare in 2004 and 2008. Shyheim released his fifth solo album, "Disrespectfully Speaking", October 2009 on his label Bottom Up Records.
Shyheim joined others, notably The Fugees, to provide a free concert to deaf children in a summer camp in 1996.
Shyheim (born Shyheim Dionel Franklin in New York, New York) is an American rapper and actor affiliated with the Wu-Tang Clan. He was associated with a group called G.P. Wu and then began collaborating with Wu-Tang Records affiliated groups Killarmy and Sunz of Man.
He has also appeared on songs with Shyheim, Heltah Skeltah, Coolio, MC Breed, Method Man, Busta Rhymes, Young Zee, Bone Thugs N Harmony, Treach, The D.O.C. and others.
In January 2014, Shyheim turned himself into authorities facing charges for leaving the scene of an accident during a hit-and-run accident which left one person dead. On August 21, 2014, Shyheim was sentenced to 14 years in prison after he pled guilty to second degree manslaughter. He also received a concurrent term of seven years for a gun conviction, and is subject to five years' post release supervision.
Shyheim was born in Staten Island New York and raised there as a child. He spent time living with Wu-Tang Clan member and cousin Ghostface Killah in the Stapleton Houses.
Other Virgin acts such as Shyheim, who signed with the label in 1993, were transferred to the new label. One of the label's biggest successes was the group the Luniz. Rap-a-Lot's distribution was absorbed by Virgin Records proper in 1998 and in 1999, the label was absorbed by its parent.
Port Richmond has been mentioned in various songs by musicians ranging from Hip Hop heavyweights like Method Man, Ghostface Killah, Nicki Minaj, Raekwon and Shyheim to lesser known underground artists such as King Just, Fes Taylor and 9th Prince, the younger brother of legendary rapper/producer RZA.
Todd Gaither, also known as Sauce Money, is a rapper who worked with Jay-Z in his early career and was featured on Big Daddy Kane's album "Daddy's Home" on the track "Show N' Prove" alongside Scoob Lover, Shyheim, Jay-Z, and Ol' Dirty Bastard
There was also a long line of releases from secondary affiliates such as Popa Wu, Shyheim, GP Wu, and Wu-Syndicate. Second albums from Gravediggaz and Killarmy, as well as a greatest hits album and a b-sides compilation also eventually saw release.
Producer whose works include tracks by Shyheim, GP Wu, King Just, Pop da Brown Hornet, and the Gravediggaz. RNS is credited as the one who taught The RZA the art of production. Has been keeping a low profile out of the Wu for a while now and extended his work into mixing and engineering.
The music video was directed by F. Gary Gray and features Ella Joyce, Bokeem Woodbine, Shyheim, Paul J. Alessi and Gabrielle Bramford. TLC had to force Antonio L.A. Reid to get the budget for the music video, which was filmed at Universal Studios Hollywood from June 8–9, 1995.
A label that existed in the middle 1990s. Although never publicly stated, it is believed that RZA was the CEO. The only known acts on the label were Shyheim, Wu-Syndicate, Killarmy, and Sunz of Man. The current situation of the label is unknown. It was distributed by Priority/EMI Records.
AKA the Rugged Child is the debut album of American rapper Shyheim. it was released on April 19, 1994, by Virgin/EMI Records. A Wu-Tang Clan affiliate, he was 14 years old when the album was released. The album was released on the same day as Nas' debut album "Illmatic".
He has had roles in films such as the 1996 Pam Grier, Fred Williamson, Jim Brown, and Richard Roundtree vehicle "Original Gangstas", "In Too Deep", and "The Preacher's Wife" and he also starred in the television show "The Parent Hood". Shyheim appeared in a small role in the prequel "".
Show & Prove is a single and posse cut from the Big Daddy Kane album "Daddy's Home". The song was produced by DJ Premier, and features guest verses from Scoob Lover, Sauce Money, Shyheim, Ol' Dirty Bastard, and a then unknown Jay-Z. Though the single did not top charts, it did receive moderate acclaim, most notably from Allmusic's John Bush, who called the song "irresistible" and praised Jay-Z's fast paced raps.
As a teenager, Shyheim was once considered "hip hop's wunderkind", and a famed urban artist and heartthrob, whom "even the harshest of critics can’t deny the level of artistry displayed by Hip Hop child prodigy" and latter-day luminaries such as Jay-Z looked up to him, mentioning him in admiration in his autobiography "Decoded". But run-ins with the law and an attack that needed 300 stitches to close a facial wound derailed his career.
Shyheim released another album in 1996, "The Lost Generation", which featured members of G.P. Wu and Brooklyn Zu. He also shared the stage with the Notorious B.I.G., Tupac Shakur, and Big Daddy Kane at Madison Square Garden, for a live freestyle session. He also made an appearance on Big Daddy Kane's "Show & Prove," which featured Ol' Dirty Bastard, Sauce Money, Big Scoob and Jay-Z.