Daddy X

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Brad "Daddy X" Xavier
Birth name Brad Xavier
Also known as Jonny Bravo
Daddy X
Brad X
Extra X
Born (1965-02-21) February 21, 1965 (age 53)
Origin Placentia, California, U.S.
Genres Hip hop
Punk rock
Occupation(s) Producer
Instruments Vocals
Years active 1983-present
Labels Suburban Noize/Capitol
Associated acts Kottonmouth Kings
Humble Gods
Subnoize Souljaz
Doggy Style
Website Kottonmouth Kings Official Website

Brad Xavier, known by his stage name Daddy X, (born February 21, 1965) is a hip hop artist and record producer.[1][2][3] He used to be in the punk/hardcore band Doggy Style, in which he went by the stage name of Brad X. He is the frontman for Kottonmouth Kings, Humble Gods, and X-Pistols (with The Dirtball). He is married to Anna Rose and has a daughter named Sky Blue Xavier, and wrote a song for her on his debut solo album Organic Soul.



# Title Year Label
1 Organic Soul 2004 Suburban Noize Records
2 Family Ties 2006 Suburban Noize Records


# Title Year Label Album
1 Mindbender 2006 Suburban Noize Records Family Ties
2 All Seeing Eye 2006 Suburban Noize Records Family Ties


# Title Year Album Director Label
1 Donut Shop Rock (Doggy Style) 1985 Side By Side Flip Side Records
2 Price Tag (Humble Gods) 1996 No Heroes
3 Luna 1996 Relief Through Release Noise Records
4 Destroy (Humble Gods) 2003 Born Free Suburban Noize Records
5 Irie Feelin' 2004 Organic Soul Suburban Noize Records
6 Mindbender 2006 Family Ties Suburban Noize Records
7 Freedom 2006 Family Ties P-Nice Suburban Noize Records
8 Shoot To Kill (X Pistols) 2010 Shoot To Kill Suburban Noize Records
9 Wild Side (X Pistols) 2011 Shoot To Kill Suburban Noize Records


  1. ^ Boehm, Mike. (November 11, 1998) Los Angeles Times Pop Album Review: Emphatic, Catchy, but Humorless. Section: Calendar; Page 2
  2. ^ Baret, Nathalie. (August 11, 2006) Albuquerque Journal "Kings" develop music, clothing on their terms. Section: Venue; Page 24.
  3. ^ Gonzales, Ron. (March 30, 2007) Albuquerque Journal. Kottonmouth Kings kick career into hyper-drive. Section: Venue; Page 18

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