Koopsta Knicca

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Koopsta Knicca
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Background information
Birth name Robert Cooper Phillips
Born (1979-04-27) April 27, 1979 (age 35)
Memphis, Tennessee, USA
Genres Hip-Hop, Crunk, Horrorcore,
Occupations Rapper, Producer
Years active 1991–Present[1]
Associated acts Three 6 Mafia, Hypnotize Camp Posse, Gangsta Boo.

Robert Cooper Phillips, better known by his stage name Koopsta Knicca, is an American rapper. He is best known as one of original members of the Memphis rap group Three 6 Mafia. He is now a member of the new rap collective Da Mafia 6ix alongside DJ Paul, Gangsta Boo (no longer a group member as of April 2014) and Crunchy Black.

He released a solo album produced by DJ Paul, Da Devil's Playground in 1999. Cooper left Three 6 Mafia in 2000 because he was unable to make shows & videos being in trouble with the law. He has continued his solo work with albums Da K Project, De Inevitable, and The Mind of Robert Cooper. [2] As of 2012, Cooper is working on his latest studio album entitled; "Da Devil's Playground 2" and also a mixtape entitled "Skrewged". He has also released A Murda 'N Room 8 EP (2010) & Decepticons "Return Of The Gods" (2012). Cooper also frequently collaborates with former Three 6 Mafia associate Lord Infamous and will appear on a collaborative album under the group name Da Mafia 6ix.

Career with Three 6 Mafia[edit]

Cooper joined the memphis rap group Three 6 Mafia in 1991. According to Lord Infamous, he went to the same high school as DJ Paul and later Juicy J. He was featured on numerous Three 6 Mafia albums including the platinum selling When the Smoke Clears: Sixty 6, Sixty 1. He left the group in 2000 after the release of the album. He left not because of payment issues, but because he was incarcerated and unable to make shows & videos, he also breached his contract with Sony due to being incarcerated.

Discography[edit]

Solo
  • Da Devil's Playground: Underground Tape (1994) (produced by DJ Paul)
  • Da Devil's Playground: Underground Solo[3] (1999) (produced by DJ Paul)
  • Da K Project[4] (2002)
  • Undaground Muzic, Vol. 1[5] (2003)
  • De Inevitable[6] (2004)
  • The Mind Of Robert Cooper[7](2005)
  • A Murda 'N Room 8 (September 28, 2010)
  • Aliens vs Humans (September 17, 2013)
  • Skrewged (October 1, 2013)
  • Decepticon: The Return Of The Gods (October 31, 2012)
With Three 6 Mafia

* despite not being a member of Three 6 Mafia at the time, Koopsta's verses were still featured on the album.

With Da Mafia 6ix
With Prophet Posse/Hypnotize Camp Posse
  • Body Parts (1998)
  • Three 6 Mafia Presents: Hypnotize Camp Posse (2000)

Collaborations[edit]

  • "The Airport" with Indo G, Kelo, K-Rock and T-Rock
  • "Cars, Clothes, Hoes" with Gangsta Boo
  • "Author Of Authorz" with Lord Infamous
  • "Killin Spree" with Nitemare Squad and Ezider
  • "Whop Dat Bitch, Hurt Dat Hoe" with MC-Mack, Scan Man and Pimp Teddy
  • "Losin My Mind" with T-Rock, Mr. Sche and Boss Bytch
  • "Yeah Hoe" with Gangsta Boo, Indo G, Young Snipe, E-Gutta, Kelo and Nick Scarfo
  • "My Posse" with Pastor Troy, Yo Gotti, Nick Scarfo and MC-Mack
  • "The Dick" with Indo G, Nick Scarfo and Kelo
  • "The Answer" with Scan Man, T-Rock, K-Rock, Cydelix, Total Kayos and MC-Mack
  • "48 Hrz. To Respond (2000 Rap Dope Game)" with Kingpin Skinny Pimp
  • "Wanksta" with Scan Man and Ken Sample
  • "Fie Cap" with Scan Man
  • "Diabolical" with C-Mob and Bizarre
  • "Stick Em Up Buck Em Down" with J Blaque
  • "War Love" with Lord Infamous
  • "Smokin Song with Mac Montese
  • "Hit Em' In The Face" with Ponick 51/50

Screwed & Chopped: Koopsta Knicca-A Murder N Room 8 (Screwed & Chopped) Koopsta Knicca-Da Devil's Playground (1999) (Screwed By Dj Lu)

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