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Kurtis Mantronik


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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Full Name Kurtis Mantronik
Profession Disc jockey, Music Producer
Nationality British, Jamaican, American
Music Groups Mantronix
Music Songs 77 Strings, How Did You Know, Push Yer Hands Up, Bass Machine Re-Tuned, King of the Beat V3.0, On the Beatbox, Cow Bites Man, Strictly Business, Another Dirty Love Song, One Time, Feel Fine, Burn the Elastic, Free, Need Your Love, Got to Have You, Good Woman, Baby, You Blow My Mind, Trickstyle Theme, Original Electro, Mad, Seek and Destroy, Hip Swinga, Bust Yo Rhymes, Rock With Me, Who Ya Rolling With, Class Vegas, Buzz Beat, Pretty Young Things, Bass Machine, Paris, Texas, G-Strings, Mad, Hush
Albums How Did You Know, I Sing the Body Electro, The Incredible Sound Machine, Music Madness, Mantronix: The Album, King of the Beat, Journey to Utopia, Live from the Bleeding Edge

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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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