Sunspot Jonz

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Sunspot Jonz
Birth nameCorey Johnson
Also known asBFAP, Dusty Black, Vision
OriginOakland, California
GenresUnderground hip hop
Occupation(s)Rapper, producer
Years active1994–present
LabelsOuthouse
LL Crew
Revenge Entertainment
Legendary Music
Battle Axe Records
HBD
Universal International
Associated actsLiving Legends
Mystik Journeymen
Websitesunspotjonz.com

Corey Johnson, better known by his stage name Sunspot Jonz, is a rapper from Oakland, California. He is a founding member of Living Legends, a conglomerate of underground hip hop artists from California. He is also one half of Mystik Journeymen along with Luckyiam.[1]

History[edit]

Sunspot Jonz has gone by other surnames before, the most notable and well-known being BFAP, which stands for Brother From Another Planet, and Vision.[2]

Sunspot Jonz released Don't Let 'Em Stop You in 2003.[3] It features contributions from Dirt Nasty, Moka Only and The Grouch.[4]

He released two solo albums, Fight-Destroy-Rock[5] and The Darkside ov Heaven,[6] in 2009.

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

  • Child ov the Storm (2000)
  • Underground Legend (2000)
  • Fallen Angelz (2002)
  • Don't Let 'Em Stop You (2003)
  • No Guts No Glory (2004)
  • Only the Strong Shall Survive (2005)
  • Back in Black (2006)
  • Never Surrender (2008)
  • Fight-Destroy-Rock (2009)
  • The Darkside ov Heaven (2009)
  • Galaxy of Dreams (G.O.D.) (2012)
  • Skywalkers (2013)
  • Legend1 (2015)

EPs[edit]

  • Unleashed (2000)
  • Dirty Faces (2001)
  • Ghostworld (2003)

Guest appearances[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Cowie, Del F. (September 2002). "Mystik Journeymen - Magic". Exclaim!.
  2. ^ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MB46CZVlDPo
  3. ^ Swan, Rachel (October 1, 2003). "Sunspot Jonz". East Bay Express.
  4. ^ Juon, Steve (February 24, 2004). "Sunspot Jonz :: Don't Let Em Stop You :: Battle Axe Records". RapReviews.
  5. ^ Maharaj, Zoneil (May 21, 2009). "Fight-Destroy-Rock/The Darkside Ov Heaven". XLR8R.
  6. ^ "Sunspot Jonz - Darkside Ov Heaven, The". URB. May 4, 2009.

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