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|Birth name||Yannique Barker|
|Also known as||YNIQ|
|Born||citation needed]January 25, 1985 [|
|Origin||Miami, Florida, U.S.|
|Genres||Hip hop, R&B|
|Associated acts||Brooke Hogan, Cecile Barker|
His father, Cecile D. Barker, managed Sly & the Family Stone and Peaches & Herb, while co-producing “Midnight Train to Georgia” with his partner Tony Camillo. Cecile D. Barker is now a SoBe Entertainment record executive.
- "Money Ova Here" (feat. Lil Wayne) **
- "That's The Way" (feat. Fat Joe & Trina) **
- "I'm On" (feat. Paul Wall, Pitbull and 8Ball & MJG)
- "Sittin' In My '64" (feat. The Game)
- "M.I.A." (feat. Diddy) Produced by Stevie J.
- "Git It, Git It (feat. Twista)
- "Falling" (feat. Brooke Hogan) **
Key: ** - Album Singles
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