22 oct. 2008

Conspiración galáctica

Incluso dímes y diretes:
Dicen que el mosqueo que pilló Kool Keith cuando estaba con los ultramagneticos,por eso les dijo adiós,vino cuando Ced Gee y Moed Love,por debajo de la mesa ofrecieron temas inéditos del colectivo al sello Tuff City sin su consentimiento.
Y ahora me cuadra todo : de ahí una frase que Kool Keith suele utilizar en las pocas entrevistas que concede : "La industria me necesita"(+ rintintín).
(Ju)




("Conspiracies"-Kool Keith y KutMasta Kurt)



Más alter egos de K.K :


* Keith Turbo: He used this alias for the Keith Turbo track from the Black Elvis/Lost In Space LP.
* Keith Televasquez: He used this alias on Clifton with Motion Man on the Black Elvis/Lost In Space LP.
* Keith Korg: His Analog Brothers alias.
* Matthew: Keith’s middle name and alias for a full LP.
* Dr. Sperm: Known to be his first alias as a rapper.
* Dr Octagon: ...
* Dr. Ultra: He was Dr. Ultra in the "Five Deadly Venoms" Sprite commercials.
* Dr. Dooom: He created this character with sick rhymes and a goal of killing Dr. Octagon.
* Black Elvis: Dr. Dooom's twin. Created for the Columbia Records album
* Poppa Large: A big shot rapper on the East Coast
* Mr. Green: He used this alias on the back cover of Ultra's Big Time LP.
* Mr. Gerbik: The dangerous 208 year old uncle of Dr. Octagon. Half shark-alligator, half man.
* Orange Man: This was one of his characters in the Livin' Astro video.
* MC Baldylocks: Unknown right now.
* The Fourth Horseman: He considered himself The Fourth Horseman on the Ultramagnetic MC's Four Horsemen LP.
* Blonde Man: He referred to himself as Blonde Man in the liner notes of the Black Elvis/Lost In Space LP.
* Clean Man: This was an alias he used back when hiphopsite.com ran koolkeith.com.
* Shark Man: Another name for Mr. Gerbik.
* Tommy Ellis: A cross between Tommy Hilfiger and Perry Ellis. Used the name in an interview on The Wake Up Show circa 1996.
* Elephant Man: From 1996 to 1998 he always said he planned on releasing an album under the alias Elephant Man.
* Alien Man: This was an alias he used back when hiphopsite.com ran koolkeith.com.
* Jimmy Steele: He referred to himself as Jimmy Steele in the liner notes of the Black Elvis/Lost In Space LP.
* Willie Biggs: He used this alias in the track Still The Best from the Sex Style LP. He also used it on the back cover of Ultra's Big Time LP.
* Big Willie Smith: He released a limited EP with the Beat Terrorists under this alias.
* Willie Natural: This was an alias he used back when hiphopsite.com ran koolkeith.com.
* Reverend Tom: He first used this alias on the track Fat Lady from Ultra's Big Time LP and later used it on Thee Undatakerz LP.
* Mike Stanley: He uses this alias in DJ Spooky's Riddim Warfare LP.
* Larry Lopez: He used this name with Heather Hunter for "Toot Toot Hey Beep Beep".
* The X: He used this name on the inside cover of the Ultramagnetic MC's Four Horsemen LP.
* Rhythm X: He first used this alias in the track Funk Radio from Ultramagnetic MC's Funk Your Head Up LP.
* X-Caliber: He first used this alias in the track Funk Radio from Ultramagnetic MC's Funk Your Head Up LP.
* X-74: He used this alias in the song "Kick a Dope Verse" by The Cenobites.
* Fly Ricky the Wine Taster: This was an alias he used back when hiphopsite.com ran koolkeith.com.
* Rico from Puerto Rico: This was an alias he used back when hiphopsite.com ran koolkeith.com.
* Funk Igniter Plus: He first used this alias in the track Funk Radio from Ultramagnetic MC's Funk Your Head Up LP, and he still uses this alias.
* Robbie Analog: He used this alias to make fun of the RZA (Bobby Digital) on the inside cover of Dr. Dooom's LP.
* Sinister 6000: Kool Keith's brother. He used this alias on Automator's A Better Tomorrow.
* Crazy Lou: He used this name as the guns and ammo salesman in Weapon World from Prince Paul's A Prince Among Thieves.
* Lonnie Hendrex: This was one of his characters in the Livin' Astro video.
* Light Blue Cop: This was one of his characters in the Livin' Astro video.
* The Kid in the Commercial: This was one of his characters in the Livin' Astro video.
* Joe Kingpin: He used this alias in the track Still The Best from the Sex Style LP.
* Black Linen: He used this alias in the track Silk Suit, Black Linen from the Masters of Illusion LP. Motion Man was Silk Suit.
* Elvin Presley: He gave away cards at concerts. The cards had a picture of him with the name Elvin Presley.
* Deli Boy: He was called Deli Boy in the comedy/porn "Sex For Life Too".
* Sk88 Johnson: He used this alias in the Bootleg Skater videos.
* Platinum Rich: One the Diesel Truckers, along with The Funky Redneck.
* Exotron Geiger Counter Plus One Megotron: He used this alias on Marley Marl In Control in 1989. He also used a longer version. He also used this alias in Ultramagnetic MC's track Traveling At The Speed Of Thought.
* Activity: This was his name when he was with the NYC Breakers
* Exxon: He gave away cards at concerts. The cards had a picture of him with the name Exxon.
* Captain Kool: This was an alias he was supposed to use according to Liveonerecords.com.
* Captain Black: This was an alias he was supposed to use according to Liveonerecords.com.
* Exotron Geiger Counter One Gama Plus Sequencer: He used this alias on Marley Marl In Control in 1989. He also used a shorter version.
* Robert Perry: He used this alias for the track Robert Perry from his Lost Masters LP.
* John Clayborne Cousin of Jimmy Hicks: He used this alias on the Clayborne Family LP with Marc Live and Jacky Jasper.
* Frankinstein Junior: Another alias off the track "Let Me Show Em" from the Clayborne Family LP.
* Mr. Nogatco: Released an album under this name with Izreal.
* Tashan Dorrsett: Supposed to release an album under this name with DJ Junkaz Lou.
* Naquan aka Underwear Pissy: Alias on the new Ultramagnetic MC's album, "The Best Kept Secret".
* BiLL BLaSS: on Nancy des rose 27 Teams. "coming out here for the awards and $^it go back home".
Vía - C.Gibberish.