Islord

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Islord
Origin Steubenville, Ohio, Staten Island, New York
Genres Hip hop
Labels Wu Music Group
Associated acts Killarmy, Wu-Tang Clan

A member of Killarmy was absent for most of the recording of their debut album Silent Weapons For Quiet Wars due to incarceration. A Five Percenter like all of Killarmy, the first three letters of his name (I, S, L) are also the first three letters in of the religion they claim adherence to, Islam. Therefore, the name Islord is a fusion between the terms "Islam" and "lord." Birth name Rodney Stevenson, also known as Thief of Baghdad.[1] Appears on two tracks from Bobby Digital in Stereo and the song "Holy Water" from Dom Pachino's Unreleased solo album.

Discography[edit]

Discography with Killarmy
Album Title Album Info
Silent Weapons for Quiet Wars
  • Released: August 5, 1997
  • Billboard 200 chart position: #34
  • R&B/Hip Hop chart position: #10
  • Singles: "Swinging Swords," "Camouflage Ninjas"/"Wake Up,"
    "Wu-Renegades"/"Clash of the Titans"
Dirty Weaponry
  • Released: August 11, 1998
  • Billboard 200 chart position: #40
  • R&B/Hip Hop chart position: #13
  • Singles: "Red Dawn"/"Where I Rest At," "The Shoot-Out"
Fear, Love & War
  • Released: September 11, 2001
  • Billboard 200 chart position: #122
  • R&B/Hip Hop chart positions: #34
  • Singles: "Street Monopoly"/"Monster," "Feel It"/"Militant,"
    "Nonchalantly"
Greatest Hits
  • Released: May, 2011

Videography[edit]

Artist(s) Album Info Video Title(s) Release Date
Killarmy Silent Weapons for Quiet Wars Swinging Swords
Wake Up (featuring Hell Razah, Prodigal Sunn and various Wu-Tang Clan cameos)
Wu-Renegades (featuring various Wu-Tang Clan cameos)
1997 Loud/Priority/Wu-Tang Records
Killarmy Dirty Weaponry The Shoot-Out (featuring Rza) 1998 Wu-Tang Records
Killarmy Fear, Love & War Feel It 2001

References[edit]

  1. ^ Killarmy. Silent Weapons for Quiet Wars album booklet. Wu Tang Records.