Isaiah Toothtaker

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Isaiah Toothtaker
Born Tucson, Arizona
Genres Alternative hip hop
Occupation(s) Rapper
Years active 2008–present
Labels Machina Muerte
Mishka
Anticon
Associated acts DJ Signify, Mr. Dibbs, Blockhead, Harry Fraud, Rapewolf
Website machinamuerte.com

Isaiah Toothtaker is a rapper and tattoo artist from Tucson, Arizona. He is a co-founder of the indie hip hop collective Machina Muerte.[1] and owner of Staring Without Caring

History[edit]

Isaiah Toothtaker released Illuminati Thug Mafia on Machina Muerte in January 2011.[2] The album includes the tracks such as "Get Housed Homeboy,"[3] "Intruder,"[4] and "Faith No More."[5]

He collaborated with Max B and The Hood Internet on Toothy Wavy.[6] It was released on Mishka in May 2012.[7]

Rob Zombie, his collaborative EP with Rapewolf, was released in June 2012. It is entirely produced by Harry Fraud.[8]

He released Sea Punk Funk on Anticon in July 2012.[9] It is entirely produced by Sixtoo.[10] It features vocal contributions from Western Tink, ShowYouSuck, Antwon, and Murs.[11] Dan Gibson of Tucson Weekly described the album as "dark and ominous stuff which might not be for everyone, but creative and weird in the best possible way."[12]

In early 2013, Isaiah release "ILLMATIC 2", and later a collaborative single with Gunplay titled "Frownin".[13]

Discography[edit]

Isaiah Toothtaker[edit]

  • Wroten Costarring Isaiah & Perversion 2.0 (2003)
  • Murs 3:16 Presents (2008)
  • Yiggy (2010)
  • Illuminati Thug Mafia (2011)
  • Sea Punk Funk (2012)
  • ILLMATIC 2 (2013)
  • ИOTHING (2013)
  • YOUR MAJESTY (2014)

Max B & Isaiah Toothtaker[edit]

Isaiah Toothtaker + Rapewolf[edit]

  • Rob Zombie (2012)

Guest appearances[edit]

  • Astronautalis - "I'm Never Right" from You and Yer Good Ideas (2005)
  • Mestizo - "Lead the Way" from Elecholo (2010)
  • Awkward - "Rare Form" from Grand Prize (2010)
  • Rapewolf - "Deathborg" from Rape Wolf in Compton (2011)
  • Factor - "Tried So Hard" from Club Soda Series 1 (2011)
  • Sole and the Skyrider Band - "Vaya Con El Diablo" from Hello Cruel World (2011)
  • Astronautalis - "This Is Our Science" from This Is Our Science (2011)
  • Ryan Hemsworth - "Hyperbolic Chamber Music" (2012)
  • Cadalack Ron + Briefcase - "Dead Horse" "Wasted" from Times Is Hard (2012)
  • Mestizo - "In My Car" from De'Nir (2012)
  • Demon Queen - "Despise the Lie" from Exorcise Tape (2013)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Muyskens, Luke (March 10, 2011). "Isaiah Toothtaker". UGSMAG. 
  2. ^ Martins, Chris (January 10, 2011). "Antoine Dodson's "Bed Intruder Song" Remixed as a Bizarre Gangsta Warning to Snitches". LA Weekly. 
  3. ^ Gilkeson, Kyle (April 7, 2011). "Video: Isaiah Toothtaker’s "Get Housed Homeboy" (feat. Murs)". ALARM Magazine. 
  4. ^ Minichino, Nick (January 11, 2011). "Isaiah Toothtaker’s Poorly Timed "Intruder"". Popdust. 
  5. ^ Toksala (April 5, 2011). "Isaiah Toothtaker Goes Headdress in "Faith No More" Video". MTV Iggy. 
  6. ^ Ellis, Matthew (May 15, 2012). "Max B & Isaiah Toothtaker 'Toothy Wavy' (Mishka Mixtape) Prod. By Hood Internet". Prefix. 
  7. ^ Woodbury, Jason P. (May 7, 2012). "Isaiah Toothtaker and Max B Show Off Toothy Wavy Videos". Phoenix New Times. 
  8. ^ Gillespie, Blake (June 5, 2012). "Stream: Isaiah Toothtaker & Rapewolf's Rob Zombie". Impose Magazine. 
  9. ^ Ollman, Jonah (July 27, 2012). "Isaiah Toothtaker EP Released For Free". CMJ. 
  10. ^ Piel, Chris (July 27, 2012). "Isaiah Toothtaker Talks New Record Sea Punk Funk". Phoenix New Times. 
  11. ^ Sagrada, Mascarita (July 27, 2012). "Isaiah Toothtaker - Talkin Bout (Ft. ShowYouSuck)". ChicagoNow. 
  12. ^ Gibson, Dan (July 27, 2012). "You Should Download the New Isaiah Toothtaker Album". Tucson Weekly. 
  13. ^ http://isaiahtoothtaker.bandcamp.com/album/illmatic-2

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