Mixmaster Spade

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Mix Master Spade (November 1, 1961 - March 14, 2005, in Los Angeles, California) was a Compton-based hip hop artist best known for his work in the late 1980s. He died from injuries sustained in a motorcycle accident. He recorded with artists such as Dazzie Dee, Toddy Tee, King T, and Snoop Dogg.

Discography[edit]

  • Toddy Tee featuring Mix Master Spade "Just Say No" (Single)
  • Toddy Tee featuring Mix Master Spade "Gangster Boogie" (Single)
  • Mix Master Spade and Compton Posse "Genius Is Back" (Single)
  • Mix Master Spade and Compton Posse "Brand New Sound" (Single)
  • Mix Master Spade and Compton Posse "It's The Mix Master" (EP)
  • Mix Master Spade and Compton Posse "Sexy Lady" (Single)
  • Mix Master Spade and Compton Posse "Compton's In Effect" (Album)
  • King T "Ya Better Bring A Gun" (B-side)
  • King T "Just Clowning" (Album track)
  • Tha Eastsidaz "Dogghouse In Your Mouth" (Album track)
  • Snoop Dogg "Bumpin And Smokin Sumthin" (Album track)

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