Wildchild (rapper)

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Jack Brown, better known by his stage name Wildchild,[1] is a rapper and member of the Lootpack. He has released three solo albums. His debut, Secondary Protocol, released on Stones Throw Records, features contributions from Oh No, Percee P, Medaphoar, Planet Asia, Aceyalone, and Phil da Agony, and was produced mainly by Madlib. His second, Jack of All Trades, on Fat Beats, features Prince Po, Special Ed, Souls of Mischief, Georgia Anne Muldrow and production by Madlib and Black Milk. His latest album, T.G.I.F. (Thank God It's Funky), released on SomeOthaShip Connect, features J-Ro, Jamie Lidell, Chalice, Stone, Medusa, B-Boy Y-Not, Aloe Blacc, Steve Arrington, and his son Baby Boogaloo.[2] The production was primarily handled by Georgia Anne Muldrow and Shash'U, along with Damon Frost, Kev Brown and Wildchild.[3]

He has collaborated with Spanish MCs, for example Tr3s Monos or El puto De.

He was a vocalist for electronic musician BT's song "Kimosabe" in 2003.

He appeared on Dabrye's album Two/Three, Jazz Liberatorz' Fruit of the Past, and MF DOOM and Madlib's Madvillainy.

His son Miles Brown, also known as Baby Boogaloo, achieved widespread fame as a hip hop dancer after appearing on The Ellen DeGeneres Show aged four, and then on America's Got Talent in 2011 as part of the duo Future Funk.

The song Hands Up appeared as the music on one of the Adult Swim promos of Fullmetal Alchemist.



  1. ^ Tai, James. "Wildchild". The Source. Black Enterprise Incorporated. Archived from the original on 10 Feb 2008. Retrieved 15 Mar 2008. 
  2. ^ "iTunes - Music - T.G.I.F by Wild Child". iTunes.apple.com. Retrieved 15 Jun 2014. 
  3. ^ "T.G.I.F. | SomeOthaShip Connect". Bandcamp.com. Retrieved 15 Jun 2014. 

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