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Battlecat

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Among the Western world Coast’s most promising rap manufacturers from the later ’90s, Battlecat made a considerable name for himself by setting up beats for Snoop Dogg and his affiliate marketers (Kurupt, tha Eastsidaz, Doggy’s Angels, Xzibit), plus a number of various other Western world Coastline rappers. His visual is a development through the early-’90s G-funk sound pioneered by Dr. Dre, seen as a fats synth bass lines and soulful tips. A few of his better productions — Snoop Dogg’s “Stacey Adams,” E-40’s “Nah, Nah…,” Xzibit’s “Been quite a while” — bring a feeling of laid-back funky spirit to the particular artist’s typically gangsta rap audio; furthermore, his productions also makes an excellent usage of crooning Gs, such as for example Nate Dogg and Kokane, for the choruses to accentuate the spirit component. If his past due-’90s productions didn’t solidify his put in place the Western world Coast’s roster of top notch manufacturers, the chart-topping achievement of Doggy’s Angels’ “Baby IF YOU ARE Prepared” (which spend multiple weeks near the top of Billboard’s Popular Rap Singles graph in past due 2000) just affirmed the strength of his visual.

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Full Name Battle Cat
Nationality American
Music Songs Swerve On, Stone Cold Nut, On Top of the World, Blue 64, Cat's Shout Out, Everybody Give It Up, Ain't No Thang, Set Trippin', Just The Way I Live, Waterdrop, Master Plan, Out Here, Journey, Reality Check, Naturally Fine, Freedom, Rule of Da Game, Sometimes, Little Something on the Side, Reach for the Sky, Girl, Enter the G' Spot, Thankful / God Blessed Me, Hold The Line, Sumpn' 2 Do, PlayGround, The World
Albums Gumbo Roots, DJ BattleCat Presents - G' & Sexy Vol. 1


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Soundtrack

Soundtrack

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Soul Plane 2004 writer: "Soul Plane"
Bones 2001 writer: "This Is My Life" - as Kevin Gilliam
Baby Boy 2001 producer: "Just a Baby Boy", "We Keep It G", "Crip Hop" / writer: "Crip Hop" - as Kevin Gilliam / writer: "Just a Baby Boy", "We Keep It G"
Dr. Dolittle 2 2001 producer: "Do U Wanna Roll Dolittle Theme" / writer: "Do U Wanna Roll Dolittle Theme" - as Kevin Gilliam
Save the Last Dance 2001 as Kevin Gilliam, "You"
3 Strikes 2000 writer: "G'D Up" - as K. Gilliam
In Too Deep 1999 writer: "Getto Jam"
Ride 1998 producer: "Feel So Good" / writer: "Feel So Good"
A Thin Line Between Love and Hate 1996 producer: "Playa Fo Real" / writer: "Playa Fo Real" - as Kevin Gilliam
House Party 3 1994 writer: "AFD", "Ghetto Jam" - as K. "Battlecat" Gilliam

Music Department

Music Department

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Road Kings 2003 composer: additional music

Self

Self

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Unsung 2015-2016 TV Series documentary Himself

Nominated awards

Nominated awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
2002 Black Reel Black Reel Awards Best Song Baby Boy (2001) · Tyrese Gibson (Performer, Writer)
· Mr. Tan (Performer, Writer)
· Snoop Dogg (Performer, Writer)


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