Kilo Ali

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Kilo Ali
Birth name Andrell D. Rogers
Also known as Kilo
Born (1973-05-01) May 1, 1973 (age 40)
Atlanta, Georgia
Origin Bankhead, Atlanta, Georgia, United States
Genres Southern hip hop, rap
Occupations Rapper, songwriter
Years active 1990 - 1998
Labels Arvis (1990-1992)
Wrap/Ichiban (1992–1996)
Interscope (1997–1998)
Associated acts Goodie Mob, JT Money, Ying Yang Twins, Lil Jon & The East Side Boys
Website http://www.KILOALI.com

Kilo Ali (born May 1, 1973), formerly Kilo, is an American rap music Artist from Atlanta, Georgia.[1] Kilo Ali recorded mainly bass music (described more closely to miami bass style music), but also hip hop tracks with a less distinctive southern flavor. His most well known singles include "Show Me Love",[2] "Baby Baby",[3] and "Love In Ya Mouth".

As Kilo Ali, he released Organized Bass in 1997 on Interscope with featured artists including George Clinton, Cee-Lo from Goodie Mob, JT Money as well as Big Boi from OutKast.

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

  • 1991: America Has a Problem
  • 1992: A-Town Rush (#67 U.S. Rap)
  • 1993: Bluntly Speaking
  • 1993: Git Wit Da Program
  • 1994: The Best And the Bass
  • 1995: Get This Party Started (#57 U.S. Rap)
as Kilo Ali
  • 1997: Organized Bass (#173 U.S., #44 U.S. Rap)
  • 2010: Sa-La-Meen
  • 2011: Hieroglyphics

Singles[edit]

Year Song U.S. R&B U.S. Rap Album
1995 "Dunkey Kong" 34 Get This Party Started
1996 "Nasty Dancer/White Horse" 67 17
1997 "Show Me Love" 86 32 Organized Bass
"Baby Baby" 82

References[edit]

  1. ^ Charles E. Rogers (25 September 1997). "'Organized Bass,' Kilo's debut on Interscope". New York Amsterdam News 88 (39). 
  2. ^ Flick, Larry; Smith, Shawnee (31 May 1997). "Singles:Rap". Billboard 109 (22). 
  3. ^ "Bubbling under hot R&B singles". Billboard 109 (39): 28. 27 September 1997. 

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