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Kurupt


Kurupt was born Ricardo Brown in Philadelphia, Pa. He moved to Long Beach, California, where he met and befriended such rappers as Snoop Dogg and Daz Dillinger. He worked as a rapper on "Death Row Records" (Label run by Marion 'Suge' Knight), releasing one album with Daz Dillinger titled "Tha Dogg Pound" (selling 4 million copies to date) and ... See full bio »

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Known For

Big Momma's House
Big Momma's House Soundtrack
(2000)
Grand Theft Auto V
Grand Theft Auto V The Local Population
(2013)
Be Cool
Be Cool Soundtrack
(2005)
Straight Outta Compton
(2015)

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 2015 Straight Outta Compton (writer: "What Would U Do" - as Ricardo Brown)
 2015 Entourage (writer: "What Would U Do?" - as Ricardo Brown)
 2008 Vice (performer: "Scrape Thru Tha Hood") / (writer: "Scrape Thru Tha Hood" - as Ricardo Brown)
 2007 Dead Tone (performer: "Let's Get High") / (writer: "Let's Get High" - as Ricardo Brown)
 2005 Be Cool (performer: "G's & Soldiers") / (writer: "G's & Soldiers" - as R. Brown)
 2002 Dark Blue (performer: "Streets on Fire")
 2001 How High (writer: "Chin Check" - as Ricardo Brown)
 2001 Bones (performer: "Fuck with Us") / (writer: "Fuck with Us" - as Ricardo Brown)
 2001 Bully (performer: "We About to Get Fucc Up", "Coastin", "Work Dat Pussy" - as Young Gotti) / (writer: "We About to Get Fucc Up", "Coastin", "Work Dat Pussy" - as R. Brown)
 2000 Big Momma's House (performer: "Radio") / (writer: "Radio")
 2000 Next Friday (performer: "Mamacita") / (writer: "Mamacita" - as R. Brown)
 1998 The Players Club (performer: "All Day and Night") / (writer: "All Day and Night")
 1998 Caught Up (performer: "Ride On/Caught Up!")
 1996 The Sunchaser (writer: "Doggy Dogg World" - as R. Brown)
 1996 Sunset Park (writer: "Just Doggin'" - as Kurupt the Kingpin)
 1994 Above the Rim (performer: "Dogg Pound 4 Life" - as Kurupt the Kingpin) / (writer: "Mobbin' with Tha Dogg Pound", "Dogg Pound 4 Life" - as Kurupt the Kingpin)
 1993 Poetic Justice (writer: "Niggas Don't Give a Fuck" - as Kurrupt)
 1992 Police Story 3: Supercop (writer: "I'LL DO IT" - as R. Brown)
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Tha Dogg Pound
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Son of Ricardo Brown. See more »

Nickname:

Young Gotti

Star Sign:

Sagittarius

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