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|Birth name||Darnell Smith|
|Also known as||Belo|
|Born||September 20, 1972|
|Associated acts||Do or Die, Outlawz, Twista, Johnny P|
In 2006 he released his debut solo album The Truth. The album included the single "So Exclusive" featuring R&B singer, Johnny P.
In October 2007, Smith was sentenced to 10 years in prison for the second-degree murder of Raynard “B-Dog” Pinkston.
- The Truth (2006)
- "Outlaws" (featuring Outlawz)
- "That's How We Roll" (ft Wildstyle & Cold Hard From Crucial Conflict)
- "So Exclusive" (featuring Johnny P.)
- "Touch Em"
- "God's Wrath"
- "We Don't Play Around"
- "You Don't Wanna Be Me" (featuring Outlawz)
- "Fake Hoes"
- "Zoned Out"
- "Love Hurts"
- "Church" (featuring Eryka Kane)
with Do or Die
- Picture This (1996)
- Headz or Tailz (1998)
- Victory (2000)
- Back 2 the Game (2002)
- Pimpin' Ain't Dead (2003)
- D.O.D. (2005)
- Get That Paper (2006)
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