|Birth name||Mutulu Olugbala|
|Associated acts||dead prez
Mutulu Olugbala better known by his stage name M-1 is an American rapper, activist and author from Brooklyn, New York. He is best known for his work as one half of the Political hip hop duo Dead Prez with stic.man.
M-1's first solo album Confidential credited to "Dead Prez Presents M-1" was released on March 21, 2006 through Sotti/Koch Records. Following Confidential M-1 worked on the album Can't Sell Dope Forever by Dead Prez & Outlawz.
M-1 is also a political activist for many black and left-wing causes. In July 2009, M-1 accompanied the Viva Palestina convoy, delivering humanitarian supplies to Palestinians in the Gaza Strip. In 2010, M-1 was featured on Palestinian British rapper Shadia Mansour's single "Al Kufiyyeh 3arabeyyeh" ("The Kufiyyeh is Arab").
2012: M1 launched ONE music with Brazilian rapper Emicida
- 2006: Confidential
- 2011: AP2P - All Power To The People (with Bonnot)
- 2001: Brooklyn Babylon
- 2006: Guilty or Innocent of Using the N Word as Himself (documentary)
- 2006: Broken Rhyme as himself (feature film)
- 2012: Long Distance Revolutionary: A Journey with Mumia Abu-Jamal as himself (documentary)
- Interview by Henri Adaso in About.com: A 'Confidential' Conversation With M-1 of dead prez
- Can't Sell Dope Forever Album on Discogs
- Guilty or Innocent of Using the 'N' Word on IMDB
- Africana Media Project: About M1 / Interview with Russian Television RT
- A day in Gaza | SocialistWorker.org
- The Arab League of Hip Hop | The Middle East Channel
- IMDb: Broken Rhyme with M-1 in a lead role in the film
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