Poet/spoken word performer Carl Hancock Rux was created and elevated in Harlem, NY; something from the city’s foster care and attention system, he later on attended Columbia College or university. Named “Among 30 Artists Beneath the Age group of 30 PROBABLY to Influence Tradition Over the Following 30 Years” in 1994 by THE BRAND NEW York Times, as time passes Rux increasingly started incorporating components of hip-hop, jazz, and R&B into his live poetry readings, and in 1999 he released his debut recording, Rux Revue. Apothecary RX adopted five years down the road the Giant Stage label. Good Breads Alley from 2006 discovered him on Thirsty Hearing.
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|The Grand Inquisitor||2007||Short||The One|
|Bratz||2007||Mr. Whitman / DJ Wax|
|Carrie Mae Weems: Grace Notes: Reflections for Now||2016||Documentary short||Poet|
|Open Book||2009||TV Series documentary||Himself|
|Shattering the Silences: The Case for Minority Faculty||1997||Himself|
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