German rapper and label head Moses Pelham was born February 24, 1971 in Frankfurt and was already slinging home-made cassettes of his music at school by age 13, going under the moniker Pelham Power Station. By 1989 he released his debut album Raining Rhymes, with production from Euro-dance producers Michael Münzing and Luca Anzilotti. In 1993 he formed the hip hop group Roedelheim Hartreim with fellow musician Thomas Hofmann, and the duo would release albums together throughout the '90s. In 1998 the group split and Pelham unleashed solo album Geteiltes Leid, Vol. 1, followed in 2004 by Geteiltes Leid, Vol. 2, and Geteiltes Leid, Vol. 3 in 2012. The third volume of the series made it to number on the German charts. ~ Fred Thomas
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