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Reynaldo Rey, the funny man known for having supporting roles in most of our favorite movies has passed on. The 75-year-old comedian died due to stroke complications on May 28th in Los Angeles, TMZ reports. Rey had suffered from a stroke last year, but began having health issues related to the stroke in January. He had checked into the hospital the same day that he died.
Rey was born in Sequoyah County, OK. After receiving his Bachelor of Science degree in Education from Kansas State Teacher’s College, he began teaching at Wichita University and became involved in theatre. He then moved to Cleveland, OH and became a member of the Karamu House Theatre, allowing him to launch his career in comedy.
Rey had been in 52 movies, including Friday, White Men Can’t Jump, House Party 3 and HarlemNights, and also guest starred on sitcoms like 227, Sanford and Son and Sister Sister. He had also did stand-up on BET’s ComicView.
He is survived by his wife Evelyn, two sons Golden Rey and Todd Murphy, one daughter Harla Major and his 96-year-old mother Lillian Murray.
Goodfellas is the second album from underground Hip Hop duo Show and A.G., formerly known as Showbiz and A.G.. Released three years after their debut Runaway Slave, the album received positive acclaim. The album contains a notably darker and more hardcore sound than their debut. Guest appearances came from Lord Finesse, D-Flow, Party Arty, Wali World, Method Man and Diamond D. The album features the underground hit “Next Level [Nyte Time Mix]”, which was produced by DJ Premier and later featured in the movie 8 Mile.
Producer Show, who made numerous rapping appearances on their debut, makes no rhyming appearances on the release. The album is now hard to find in stores, but the album can be purchased from Amazon with prices starting at around $40 because it is so rare.
Burnin’ at 20 Below is the second and final album released by the rapperAntoinette, which released on May 30, 1990, on Next Plateau Entertainment. Production was by DJ Doc, Kurtis Mantronik, Ellis Jay, and Kenni Hairston. The album peaked at #66 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums. Singles from the album were “Never Get Enough” and “She Operates Around the Clock”; both failed to chart.
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Fat Boys is the self-titled first studio album by Hip Hop group The Fat Boys.
On this day in 2001 Sticky Fingaz releases “Blacktrash: The Autobiography of Kirk Jones”
Blacktrash: The Autobiography of Kirk Jones is the first solo album byOnyx member Sticky Fingaz, released May 29, 2001. The lyricist portrays the fictional Kirk Jones, a felon just released from prison who is now struggling to come to terms with life outside jail. The listener is taken from street drama on “My Dogz Iz My Gunz” to metaphysical musings on “Oh My God” and rage-filled vents on his girlfriend in “Cheatin’” before an ironic, post-mortem cover version of Louis Armstrong’s “What a Wonderful World” finishes this album which went deeper than many critics had expected from the hardcore rapper. The album was also released in a clean version. The CD is soon to become out of print.