Otherwise known as Mr. Better Than Whoever, gruff rapper J-Doe came up via guest appearances with David Banner, Gorilla Zoe, and others, but he also earned his way behind the scenes, writing songs for the likes of Jamie Foxx and Tyrese. The Inglewood, California native launched his solo career on Busta Rhymes' Conglomerate label, the imprint formerly known as Flipmode, in 2011. That year, the label released the "Coke, Dope, Crack, Smack" single featuring Busta, David Banner, and T-Pain, while 2011 also saw him land on the Fast Five soundtrack with an appearance on Don Omar's "How We Roll." A year later he landed on David Banner's Sex, Drugs & Video Games, while 2013 saw him join Busta and Reek da Villain on Catastrophic, a Conglomerate mixtape. The "IONGIVAFUHABOWNUHN" single dropped in 2015 and featured an accompanying video directed by Busta. ~ David Jeffries
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