Tame One

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Tame One
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Background information
Birth name Rahem Brown
Also known as Tamer Dizzle
Born (1970-03-20) March 20, 1970 (age 44)
Origin Newark, New Jersey
Genres Hip-Hop
Occupation(s) MC
Years active 1983 - present
Labels Atlantic Records (1992-1998), Eastern Conference Records (1999-2005), FloSpot Records (2005-2008), Amalgam Digital (2008-2009)
Associated acts Artifacts, Leak Bros, The Weathermen, Slow Suicide Stimulus, Del The Funky Homosapien, Atomic Headz
Website http://www.tame-one.com/

Rahem Brown (born March 20,[1] 1970) better known by his stage name, Tame One, is an emcee from New Jersey part of Artifacts, a popular rap duo with El Da Sensei He is also known for his collaboration with Cage Kennylz called Leak Bros. He is also an original member of the hip-hop super-group Weathermen.

Brown has released two albums with the Artifacts, six solo albums, three mixtapes, and two collaborations one with former labelmate Cage Kennylz as Leak Bros (Waterworld) and one with Del The Funky Homosapien (Parallel Uni-verses). He has worked with artists such as Aesop Rock, El-P, DJ Mr Len, Breeze Brewin, Travis McCoy, Dro Pesci, Vast Aire, Yak Ballz Hussein Fatal, Mos Def, and KRS-One.[2] Tame One also collabed with rappers GDP, Shape, Pistol, and The Man From Somewhere Else; all are from the group Slangcorp. He is cousins with Redman.

In July 2009 Tame One released a music video for his single "Anxiety Attacks" the video was directed by Derek Pike. Credited for making HipHop's first song about "Molly" (MDMA, the active ingredient in Ecstasy). At this time Tame met Staten Island rapper Dro Pesci and producer Nick Jackelson together they recorded the yet to be released album "The Revolution".

He also has released a new EP for free download at slangcorp.com called "Hell or High Water", produced entirely by DJ Junkwaffel. Currently working on a reunion Artifacts album with El Da Sensei and DJKaos 1200 (2014) as well promoting a Boom Skwad Recordings solo mix cd entitled "Skwadzilla"

Discography[edit]

Solo[edit]

  • When Rappers Attack (2003)
  • O.G. Bobby Johnson (2004)
  • Spazmatic (2006)
  • The Grudge (2007)
  • Da Ol Jersey Bastard (2008)
  • Acid Tab Vocab (2009)
  • Hell or High Water (EP) (2010)
  • Skwadzilla (2014)

Artifacts[edit]

The Weathermen[edit]

  • The Conspiracy (2003)

Leak Bros.[edit]

Slow Suicide Stimulus[edit]

  • Slow Suicide Stimulus (2006)

with Del the Funky Homosapien[edit]

with Dro Pesci and Nick Jackelson[edit]

  • The Revolution (2014)

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