|Birth name||Andres Titus|
|Also known as||Dres|
|Origin||New York City, New York, United States|
Ground Control Records
Tommy Boy Entertainment
|Associated acts||Black Sheep
Dres (born Andres Titus) is the lead rapper of the alternative hip hop duo Black Sheep. He formed the group in 1989 along with Mista Lawnge. On its 1991 debut album, A Wolf in Sheep's Clothing, Dres has a smooth rhyme flow, with a dose of light humor. Later, his style became more serious with the release of the 1994 album: Non-Fiction. Shortly after this album, Dres and Mista Lawnge split up and started independent projects.
In 1999, Dres released a solo album titled Sure Shot Redemption. On the cover, he is credited as Dres the Black Sheep. In 2000, the duo reunited and recorded Redlight, Greenlight (EP) and the title track of the film Once in the Life. In 2006 Dres released another solo album that was titled 8WM/Novakane. In 2009, Dres released an EP titled From the Black Pool of Genius: the Prelude in preparation for his most recent solo LP, From the Black Pool of Genius, which was released June 2010.
Dres is the father of Honor Titus, the singer of the punk-rock band Cerebral Ballzy.
|Sure Shot Redemption
|From the Black Pool of Genius: the Prelude
|From the Black Pool of Genius
- "Fanatic Of The B Word" by De La Soul, from their 1991 album: De La Soul Is Dead.
- "Work To Do" by Vanessa L. Williams, from her 1991 album: The Comfort Zone.
- "Let The Horns Blow" by Chi Ali, from his 1992 album: The Fabulous Chi-Ali.
- "Roll Wit Tha Flava" by The Flavor Unit MCs, from the 1993 album: Roll Wit Tha Flava.
- "En Focus" by De La Soul, from their 1993 album: Buhloone Mindstate.
- "First...and Then" by Handsome Boy Modeling School from their 2004 album: White People.
- "Foolin' Around" by Rhymefest from his 2008 mixtape: Man in the Mirror.
- "React with a mic" by Twista from his 1994 album: Resurrection
- "Back on the Scene" By Slaughterhouse From their 2011 Slaughterhouse EP
- Once in the Life (2000) as Hector
- "Words Up!" a CBS Schoolbreak Special, Season 10, Episode 2 (1992) as Aeschylus
- "Building with Dres of Black Sheep". LatinRapper.com. 2006-03-21. Retrieved 2009-08-03.
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- Dres at the Internet Movie Database
- Video interview
- Black Sheep official website
- Black Sheep (group)
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