Dubee

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Dubee A.K.A. Sugawolf (born Major Norton), is an American rapper[1] from Vallejo, California. A longtime player in the Northern California Bay Area rap scene, he is a former player of the City College of San Francisco's football team, where he was a running back and ranks 4th in the college's all-time single season rushing yards list and 8th in the all time career rushing yards category. Dubee signed his first deal with local producer Khayree Shaheed's Young Black Brotha Records in 1995 and released a self-titled album on the imprint through Atlantic Records. He has been a long collaborator with performers from Northern California (such as label mates Ray Luv and Young Lay) and beyond, and in recent years his album releases have been on the late rapper Mac Dre's Thizz Entertainment label.

Discography[edit]

Studio albums[edit]

  • Dubee a.k.a. Sugawolf (1996)
  • For That Scrilla (1997)
  • Dangerous Prospects (1999)
  • 100% G-Shit (2001)
  • Turf Matic (2003)
  • Why Change Now? (2005)
  • Best of Sugawolf Pimp (2007)
  • Last of a Thizzin' Breed (2008)
  • Thizzmatic (2008)
  • Dat "T" (2009)
  • The Furly Ghost Volume 2(2010)

Athletic career[edit]

  • 8th all-time career rushing yards for City College of San Francisco football team 1743 yards on 241 attempts (7.23 average)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Can't Stop the Music". Billboard. August 24, 1996. p. 76. Retrieved 7 July 2011.