Jamaican-born rapper Yankee B. surfaced from NEW YORK with a brand new ragga/rap audio that incorporated components of dancehall, East Coastline rap, and also jungle techno. Created Joseph Hannam inside a subsection of Kingston, Jamaica, Yankee B. was raised during a amount of turmoil and observed firsthand the violent feuding between politics celebrations in his region. His parents relocated to the Jamaica Queens area of NEW YORK when he is at his teenagers, and along the way he was subjected to the fascinating first efforts from the Local Tongues collective in addition to upcoming rappers like Nasty Nas as well as the Wu-Tang Clan. This, combined with dancehall and ragga he previously noticed in Kingston, influenced him to try his hands at rapping. Over time he started to launch demos, and quickly his first solitary, “Send Danger,” had been released through Jamaica’s Rock Like label. He constructed enough of the group of fans in NY to get the eye of DJ Bobby Konders, who started to spin Yankee’s “Sexy for certain” solitary on his radio display. The monitor was successful, and quickly he was liberating singles frequently through Substantial B Information and creating a huge local pursuing. A display with Beenie Guy put him in touch with Gee Road Information, and by 1998 he previously signed using the label and released his single debut, Mucho Dinero. Collecting his Massive B singles in addition to several new songs, the record was popular within the dancehall graphs and also briefly produced a dent on R&B radio with “That Sense,” a remake of Marvin Gaye’s “Intimate Curing.” Despite his achievement, he didn’t follow with another record, but did maintain active on several compilation monitors, including a unforgettable duet with Big Punisher on THE ENTIRE YEAR from the Backslap.