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Also known as
August 10, 1978
Sacramento, California, United States
West Coast hip hop, gangsta rap
Noo Trybe, Rap-A-Lot, AWOL, Out of Bounds, Money Hungry
C-Bo, X-Raided, Killa Tay, Mac Dre
Monterrio Williams (born August 10, 1978), better known by his stage names Luni Coleone or Lunasicc, is a Garden Blocc Crip rapper who began his musical career on the streets of Sacramento, California.
Biography [ edit ]
He began his career under the alias of Lunasicc in 1995, appearing on his cousin
X-Raided's album Xorcist. He released his solo debut, , in 1997 on AWOL Records, to strong reviews. Mr. Lunasicc followed in 1998, to stronger reviews. Later that year Lunasicc joined forces with A Million Words, a Million Dollars Killa Tay and KJ to form the supergroup, Dosia. They went on to produce one album, , released November 3, 1998 on AWOL Records. Waiting to Inhale
In 2000, he changed his name to Luni Coleone.
His newest album is [1 ] , which was released January 17, 2006. Some of Coleone's most famous ballads include "All I Wanna Do", "All I Ever Wanted To Do", and "Thug Sh*t". His lyrics describe the everyday life of American inner-city youth. Global Recall
Collaborations [ edit ]
Luni Coleone often collaborates with fellow West Coast artists such as:
X-Raided, Mac Dre, Brotha Lynch Hung, Skandal, Skee 64 Oz., Hollow Tip, C-Bo, Killa Tay, Marvaless, Hatchet and most often I-Rocc and more recently the NINE SIDE CLICK out of Spokane Washington and was produced by super producer Hugh Heff and Big Hollis. Although Luni Coleone is not a hyphy artist per se, he has embraced the culture and recorded hyphy songs. In 2006, he was featured on Playalitical's album Code Green on the song "The New West" alongside the legendary Spice 1, Duce Stabs, Young Droop Spoke-In-Wordz,also featured on MC Raw Thuggish ..
Discography [ edit ]
References [ edit ]
"Lunasicc Album & Song Chart History". Billboard.com. Billboard . Retrieved January 25, 2010. "Also Featured On 2 Charts"