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Birth name Freddie Beauregard
Also known as Stank Breath, The Chubby Jon B, Womb Raiderz, Fat Killahz
Origin Livonia, Michigan, U.S.
Genres Hip hop, Urban contemporary
Occupation(s) Record producer, Singer, Label executive
Instruments vocals, keyboardturntables
Years active 1991-present
Labels Beats at Will Records
Associated acts Guilty Simpson , Womb Raiderz , D12 , Kid Rock, Bassmint Productions, Fat Killahz

Paradime, birth name Freddie Beauregard, does the turntables and back up vocals for Kid Rock. He first appeared on the Detroit hip-hop scene in 1991 in the form of a solo album, which sold only a few hundred copies. He formed his own record label, Beats at Will Records, in 1999, and simultaneously released his first major LP, Paragraphs,[1] which was named the best selling Detroit hip-hop album of '99-'00 by Real Detroit Magazine. He followed up in 2001 with "Vices,"[2] which is considered by many to be a Detroit hip-hop classic. It earned Paradime numerous awards and nominations at the Detroit Hip-Hop awards. Paradime's most recent full-length LP is 11 Steps Down,[3] arguably his strongest effort yet. He co-wrote Kid Rock's hits "Cowboy", "Forever", "Cocky" and "Hillbilly Stomp". On July 29, 2007 he released "Spill At Will".

Awards and nominations[edit]

  • Detroit Music Awards
    • 2000 Outstanding Hip Hop Artist (Nominated)
    • 2001 Outstanding Hip Hop Artist
    • 2001 Outstanding Hip-Hop MC
    • 2001 Urban/Funk Songwriter (Nominated)
    • 2001 Urban/Funk Vocalist (Nominated)
    • 2001 Urban/Funk/Hip Hop Recording (Nominated)
    • 2002 Outstanding Hip-Hop MC
    • 2002 Outstanding Hip-Hop Artist/Group
    • 2002 Outstanding Hip-Hop Recording -“Vices”


Street albums[edit]

  • DJ Exclusive Presents the Boiler Room Hosted by Paradime
  • F**k Ya Life (UK Release Only)
  • Stale Brew Vol 1
  • Stale Brew Vol 2
  • Stale Brew Vol 3

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