Chicago MC Vakill was created Donald Mason for the city’s close to south side in 1975. Based on Bob Mehr’s profile within the January 27, 2006, model of Chicago Audience, he uncovered hip-hop in his early teenagers, favoring the type of literate, clever rhymes he’d later pursue along with his very own music. In senior high school Mason teamed with classmate Ed Zamudio, and their cooperation continuing after Zamudio co-founded the Molemen collective (implementing the alias Panik along the way). Furthermore to his 1995 debut cassette, Who’s Scared?, Vakill made an appearance on some Molemen-helmed comps and mixes, especially joining makes with Percee P and Rhymefest for the 1996 one “Keep carefully the Popularity.” Despite renown in underground circles for his terse rapping and razor wit, Vakill continued to be a largely unidentified quantity before 2003 discharge of his initial full-length work, The Darkest Cloud, which gradually built buzz within the months to check out. Along with his cult pursuing blossoming, the rapper finally resurfaced in early 2006 using the acclaimed Worst Anxieties Confirmed.