|Born||October 22, 1960|
Washington, D.C., United States
|Associated acts||Bad Brains, The White Mandingos, Ric Ocasek|
Darryl Jenifer (born October 22, 1960) is an American musician, widely known as the bassist for the hardcore punk band Bad Brains and for the rap-rock group The White Mandingos. He appeared in TV's Illest Minority Moments presented by ego trip and the three-part ego trip's Race-O-Rama on VH1.
Born in Washington, D.C., Jenifer released his first solo album entitled In Search of Black Judas on October 26, 2010. This post-dub work has been in the process of being developed for a decade, initially to be called 'Sacred Love Meets Black Vova Under the Irish Moss'.
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- Kelly, Frannie (13 August 2013). "The White Mandingos - Music that defies definition". National Public Radio. Retrieved 13 August 2013.
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- Sacha Jenkins liner notes on Bad Brains album 'The Omega Sessions'
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