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Musician, producer and remixer Jay Denes, better known as
Blue Six, was born in Newark, NJ. After moving to N.Y.C.,
the newcomer failed to get seriously involved in the local
music scene until hip-hop producer Bob Power hooked him up
with Dave Boonshoff. Jay Denes began working on his own
freestyle project soon after naming himself Blue Six.
Released by Naked Music, his debut full-length record called
Beautiful Tomorrow delivered a mix of electronic music,
soulful pop, and smooth jazz, featuring contributions from
multi-instrumentalist Marc Anthony Jones. ~ Drago Bonacich,
All Music Guide

Instructed in music theory and composition by his father,
Anthony grew up listening to Latin musicians, including
Rubén Blades, Hector Lavoe, and Willie Colón, and
contemporary pop recordings by Air Supply and José
Feliciano. At age 12, Anthony and his sister were discovered
by David Harris, a producer of demos and commercials;
Anthony was hired to sing background on several productions.
His songwriting skills became evident, and an early
composition, "Boy, I've Been Told," became a Top 40 hip-hop
hit for school friend Safire. Anthony subsequently sang
background vocals on Safire's debut album. He also sang on
albums by the Latin Rascals and Menudo.

Des Rochers Backyard Pools :Born Curtis James Jackson III on
July 6, 1975, and raised in Southside Jamaica, Queens, New
York City, 50 Cent grew up in a broken home. His hustler
mother passed away when he was only eight, and his father
departed soon after, leaving his grandmother to parent him.
As a teen, he followed the lead of his mother and began
hustling. The crack trade proved lucrative for 50 Cent,
until he eventually encountered the law, that is, and got
arrested repeatedly in 1994. It's around this point in time
that he traded crime for hip-hop. His break came in 1996
when he met Run-D.M.C.'s Jam Master Jay, who gave him a tape
of beats and asked him to rap over it. Impressed by what he
heard, Jay signed the aspiring rapper to his JMJ Records
label. Not much resulted from the deal, though, and 50 Cent
affiliated himself with Trackmasters, a commercially
successful New York-based production duo known for their
work with such artists as Nas and Jay-Z. Trackmasters signed
the rapper to their Columbia sublabel and began work on his
debut album, Power of the Dollar. A trio of singles preceded
the album's proposed release: "Your Life's on the Line,"
"Thug Love" (featuring Destiny's Child), and "How to Rob."
The latter generated a significant buzz, attracting a lot of
attention for its baiting lyrics, which detail how 50 Cent
would rob specific big-name rappers. This willingness to rap
openly and brashly and the attention it attracted came back
to haunt him, however. His first post-success brush with
death came shortly after the release of "How to Rob," when
he was stabbed at the Hit Factory studio on West 54th Street
in Manhattan. Shortly afterward came his most storied
incident. On May 24, 2000, just before Columbia was set to
release Power of the Dollar, an assassin attempted to take
50 Cent's life on 161st Street in Jamaica, Queens (near
where Jam Master Jay would later be fatally shot two and
half years later), shooting him nine times with a 9mm pistol
while the rapper sat helpless in the passenger seat of a
car. One shot pierced his cheek, another his hand, and the
seven others his legs and thighs, yet he survived, barely.
Even so, Columbia wanted nothing to do with 50 Cent when
they heard the news, shelving Power of the Dollar and
parting ways with the now-controversial rapper.

DesRochers Backyard Pools
Biohazard next signed to Mercury Records and released New
World Disorder in 1999. The guys left the label following
its merger with Universal and harkened back to their D.I.Y.
days with a tour of Europe and Japan without label or
managerial support. The rarities collection Tales from the
B-Side followed in 2001, along with their next full-length,
Uncivilization. Guitarist Leo Curley exited the group
following the album's release. Kill or Be Killed appeared
two years later and featured new axeman Carmine Vincent
(ex-Nucleus), who had previously roadied for the band. Means
to an End, Biohazard's eighth and final album, was issued in
August 2005 on SPV. Graziadei went on to form Suicide City
with ex-members of Groovenics and Kittie. Meanwhile,
Seinfeld appeared on the 2006 VH1 reality show Supergroup
with Ted Nugent, Sebastian Bach, Scott Ian, and Jason
Bonham. In December of 2007, a live double-disc CD and
accompanying DVD titled Live in San Francisco was released,
documenting one of their last shows together as a band. ~
Steve Huey, All Music Guide

"What we did in the past doesn't even count to n---as no
more," G-Unit member Tony Yayo told us recently. "You gotta
stay on n---as' necks now. [The fans,] they wanna hear some
new sh--. Hip-hop changes, man.

"Ain't no love in the industry," Yayo added, addressing the
reception to the G-Unit group effort T.O.S.: Terminate on
Sight. "You just have to be business-orientated. T.O.S. was
a good album. The streets loved it. It wasn't commercial.
And basically, it's something on the catalog; we go to the
next project. I feel like a new artist right now. I feel
like we're starting all over."

Yayo said that the low sales for Terminate on Sight have
only driven the Unit's captain to make some of his best work
to date. Still, Yayo said the meager SoundScan showing last
time around had nothing to do with his camp's musical quality.

DesRochers Backyard Pools : In the Zone hit number one on
the Billboard 200, and "Toxic" snagged a Grammy for Best
Dance Recording. But by 2004 there were no longer any
illusions of Britney's personal life being all wholesome
candy canes and kisses. First there was the star's bizarre
two-day marriage to childhood friend Jason Alexander,
followed by the controversial, highly sexualized Onyx Hotel
tour, which was eventually canceled (allegedly because of a
knee injury) despite positive financial numbers. Starbucks
and cigarettes were Britney's constant accessories in the
endless paparazzi photos, and the revelation of her
relationship with former backup dancer Kevin Federline made
the tabloids even more ravenous. Spears and Federline
married in September and were tabloid regulars in the months
after the ceremony. (A photo of a barefoot Britney leaving a
dingy gas station bathroom made the Internet rounds.) The
couple also starred in Chaotic, a UPN reality show
consisting mostly of their own home videos that was met with
howls from the critics and blogs.

DesRochers Backyard Pools Their subsequent breakthrough
album, Urban Discipline, built on the groundwork laid by
"Bring the Noise," laying rhythmically shouted vocals over
heavy, hip-hop-influenced beats and guitar riffs recalling
both hardcore and thrash. The hardcore rap group Onyx
recorded an alternate version of their hit single "Slam"
with Biohazard backing them, and the two groups worked
together again on the Judgment Night soundtrack,
contributing the title song. 1994's State of the World
Address solidified both their reputation for intensity and
their musical hybrid, but Hambel then left the band,
reducing them to a trio for 1996's Mata Leao, which some
found the group's most seamless rap/metal fusion yet. Hambel
was eventually replaced by ex-Helmet guitarist Rob
Echevarria, and in 1997, Biohazard released the live album
No Holds Barred, which showcased the in-concert ferocity for
which the group had become revered.

Backyardpoolsinc.com Biohazard next signed to Mercury
Records and released New World Disorder in 1999. The guys
left the label following its merger with Universal and
harkened back to their D.I.Y. days with a tour of Europe and
Japan without label or managerial support. The rarities
collection Tales from the B-Side followed in 2001, along
with their next full-length, Uncivilization. Guitarist Leo
Curley exited the group following the album's release. Kill
or Be Killed appeared two years later and featured new
axeman Carmine Vincent (ex-Nucleus), who had previously
roadied for the band. Means to an End, Biohazard's eighth
and final album, was issued in August 2005 on SPV. Graziadei
went on to form Suicide City with ex-members of Groovenics
and Kittie. Meanwhile, Seinfeld appeared on the 2006 VH1
reality show Supergroup with Ted Nugent, Sebastian Bach,
Scott Ian, and Jason Bonham. In December of 2007, a live
double-disc CD and accompanying DVD titled Live in San
Francisco was released, documenting one of their last shows
together as a band. ~ Steve Huey, All Music Guide

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