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Menace II Society
Menace II Society Soundtrack
Deep Cover
Deep Cover Soundtrack
Old School
Old School Himself
Malibu's Most Wanted


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 2015 Straight Outta Compton (writer: "Appetite For Destruction", "Neighborhood Sniper" - as Jerry Long)
 2013 Grand Theft Auto V (Video Game) (performer: "Welcome to Los Santos") / (writer: "Welcome to Los Santos" - as Jerry B. Long, Jr.)
 2003 Malibu's Most Wanted (performer: "Play That Funky Music (White Boy)" - as Mr. Kane)
 2001 Bones (performer: "Raise Up" - as Kokane) / (writer: "Raise Up" - as Jerry Long)
 2001 Training Day (performer: "Greed")
 1993 Menace II Society (writer: "ALL OVER A HO" - as J. Long)
 1992 Deep Cover (as J. Long, "Nickel Slick Nigga") / (performer: "Nickel Slick Nigga" - as Ko-Kane)
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 2016 NWA & Eazy-E: Kings of Compton (Documentary)
 2014 The King Assassin Show (TV Series)
 2003 Old School
Himself (as Jerry 'Mr. Kane' Long)
 2002 Tha Westside (Video documentary)
 2002 The N.W.A. Legacy: The Video Collection (Video)
Himself (segment "Wrong Idea")
 2002 Eazy-E: The Life and Timez of Eric Wright (Video documentary)
 2002 Kurupt: G-TV (Video)
 2001 Street Life (Video documentary)

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Jerry 'Mr. Kane' Long

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