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Killa C

Killa C

Killa C


December 24th, 1999. Coul Hill becomes Killa C, Tha Outcast. Over the span of the next year and a half, he releases three albums; Murderous Ways, Sides One, Two, & Three. On October 31st 2001 Killa C released Rivaz Ov Blood, which was available in several stores from Cincinnati to Detroit and Montana. Rivaz Ov Blood quickly gained Killa C notoriety for wickedness with a bold statement: He is, THE KING OF SICKNESS. Shorter than one year later, to follow up on what was spreading quickly Read more on Last.fm
December 24th, 1999. Coul Hill becomes Killa C, Tha Outcast. Over the span of the next year and a half, he releases three albums; Murderous Ways, Sides One, Two, & Three. On October 31st 2001 Killa C released Rivaz Ov Blood, which was available in several stores from Cincinnati to Detroit and Montana.

Rivaz Ov Blood quickly gained Killa C notoriety for wickedness with a bold statement: He is, THE KING OF SICKNESS. Shorter than one year later, to follow up on what was spreading quickly, Killa C dropped MURDAEYEZ which not only furthered the message, but also informed the rest of the Undergound that if Killa C was going anywhere, it was only up. MURDAEYEZ earned Killa C the Tuney Award for 2002 Rap Artist Of The Year in Montana as presented by the Billings Outpost. MURDAEYEZ also donned the coming of the (now titled) Str8Dirty.com webstore which is where Killa C fans shop for the merchandise they so proudly represent.

In 2003, Killa C entered the Phat or Whack contest on www.InsaneClownPosse.com with I KUT U, and was UNDOUBTABLY voted PHAT. In 2004, Killa C completed his newest project, one that which is truly a masterpiece and features Tech N9ne, Big Krizz Kaliko, Project: Deadman, R.O.C., and more. The album features production by Mike E. Clark, Tekneko Bros.

Productions, and Robert Rebeck. The album also features a bonus DVD with three music videos, commentary and special footage from Tech N9ne, Big Krizz Kaliko, and others that have greatly influenced Killa C over the past several years. A text only interview that was geared strictly for Tainted Flesh at www.JuggaloGaming.com last march received OVER 200,000 views in less than four weeks time. A sneak preview of the music video for Torn, from Tainted Flesh was available for a short time at ww.FaygoLuvers.net and received 5,000 downloads in just a couple days.

The fact is, Killa C is growing, and with the release of Tainted Flesh, Growth will be exponential. Tainted Flesh is aimed for an October 4th, 2005 release date, at which time Killa C's Wicked Gospel will spread across the globe like an infectious plague. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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