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Positive K

Positive K

Positive K


Positive K (sometimes stylized as +K) (born Darryl Gibson on August 8, 1967) is an American emcee and songwriter from the Bronx, New York City, New York, and one of the original artists of the First Priority Music camp. He is best known for his hits "I'm Not Havin' It" (a duet with MC Lyte) and his 1992 hit "I Got a Man" which borrows its dialogue between the sexes from the aforementioned "I'm Not Havin' It".. 93' Gold Single "I got a Man" Positive K started his career in 1986 Read more on Last.fm
Positive K (sometimes stylized as +K) (born Darryl Gibson on August 8, 1967) is an American emcee and songwriter from the Bronx, New York City, New York, and one of the original artists of the First Priority Music camp. He is best known for his hits "I'm Not Havin' It" (a duet with MC Lyte) and his 1992 hit "I Got a Man" which borrows its dialogue between the sexes from the aforementioned "I'm Not Havin' It".. 93' Gold Single "I got a Man" Positive K started his career in 1986, making his debut on a hip hop showcase album Fast Money for Star Maker, a small, short-lived independent label. Glenn Toby p/k/a rapper Mr.Sweety G was Positive K's first manager and produced his first record "I'm Getting Paid" also on Star Maker.

Aside from featuring a track by hip hop pioneer Disco Dave, Fast Money also featured the debut recording of Rob Base and DJ E-Z Rock. Later, Positive K was signed by Nat Robinson's First Priority Music under the management of Lumumba Carson (the son of activist Sonny Carson) before Carson would become better known as X-Clan founding member Professor X The Overseer. Positive K made appearances in underground compilations. A prominent track was "I'm Not Havin' It", a duet with MC Lyte—that raised his profile.[3] He scored a major hit with 1992's "I Got a Man". The song peaked at #14 on the Billboard Hot 100 in early 1993.

A guest spot on Brand Nubian’s One for All and another on Grand Puba's Reel to Reel, along with a self-released, Big Daddy Kane-produced single, "Nightshift", set the stage for The Skills Dat Pay Da Bills, his full-length debut, released on Island Records. The album balanced themes of Nation of Gods and Earths with gangsta-isms and more pop-based moments. Meanwhile, he kept his Creative Control label in operation, signing and cultivating new talent. He was featured on WYBE's Old School Show, where he was awarded the #3 slot on the list of early hip-hop pioneers. In 1993, Positive K appeared with Beavis and Butt-head on The Beavis and Butt-head Experience in a remix of "Come to Butt-head".

The song is hidden at the end of the album on the same CD track as "I Got You Babe," which Beavis and Butt-head perform with Cher. The same year, Positive K briefly appeared in the Robert De Niro film A Bronx Tale as one of the angry protesters. Positive K continued to release singles, but never could duplicate the success of "I Got a Man." In 2006, he appeared on Nas' "Where Are They Now" '90s remix. In 2008, Positive K released an album "Back to the Old School" under the EchoVista label. Since his recording and rap days, he has gone into stand-up comedy.

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