Perhaps one of the most influential hip-hop companies from the 1980s, Kurtis Mantronik returned within the mid-’90s using a single profession that showed him installing in well using the legion of big defeat artists he previously inspired. Because the nominal head of Mantronix, he created an excellent half-dozen early rap classics, including “Basslines,” “Females,” and “Ruler from the Beats.” With the past due ’80s nevertheless, Mantronik had transferred into R&B and home; after Mantronix disintegrated in 1991, he spent many years working on creation, then still left music entirely. He returned within the mid-’90s using the mini-LP Burn off the Elastic and his initial full-length, I Sing your body Electro. Compliment for the record spurred him to re-form Mantronix and commence recording a fresh LP.
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|Something from Nothing: The Art of Rap||2012||Documentary writer: "King of Beats" - as Kirk Khaleel|
|Grand Theft Auto: Vice City||2002||Video Game writer: "Bassline" - as Curtis "Mantronix" Khaleel|
|24 Hour Party People||2002||writer: "King of the Beats" - as Kurtis Khaleel|
|Kissing Jessica Stein||2001||performer: "Mad" / writer: "Mad"|
|Scratch||2001||Documentary writer: "Hardcore Hip-Hop" - as Kurtis Kaleel|
|Top of the Pops||1990||TV Series writer - 1 episode|
|Return of the Living Dead II||1988||producer: "Big Band B-Boy" - as Mantronik / writer: "Big Band B-Boy" - as Mantronik|
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