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Young Cellski

Young Cellski

Young Cellski


Young Cellski (aka 2Took aka Cellski aka Break-a-Bitch aka Big Mafi aka Coach Cellichick) is an African American hip hop producer/rapper from the Randolph/Turk block of San Francisco, California. Hailing himself the "Mixtape King of the Bay", Cellski is the President and Chief Executive Officer of Inner City2K records. Cellski has appeared on over 100 albums and has been behind the scenes of a lot of stuff that has been going on in the Bay Area Hip Hop community in the last 10 years. Read more on Last.fm
Young Cellski (aka 2Took aka Cellski aka Break-a-Bitch aka Big Mafi aka Coach Cellichick) is an African American hip hop producer/rapper from the Randolph/Turk block of San Francisco, California. Hailing himself the "Mixtape King of the Bay", Cellski is the President and Chief Executive Officer of Inner City2K records. Cellski has appeared on over 100 albums and has been behind the scenes of a lot of stuff that has been going on in the Bay Area Hip Hop community in the last 10 years. He has produced for (and rapped with) such artists as Master P, Yukmouth, E-40, RBL Posse, Cougnut, Killa Tay, Luni Coleone, San Quinn, Lil Flip and countless others. Cellski has dropped 5 solo albums & 2 EPs with sales totaling over 150,000 (soundscan 70,000) with no real distribution. Cellski is a legend in the Bay Area under the guidance of his late homeboy Cougnut of I.M.P.

Cellski stands to carry on the legacy at 2007 B.A.R.S (Bay Area Rap Scene) awards. Cellski has occasionally been known to be "took just like a crook" to the point where he is so "took" that he could not get on his "jook". Whatever that means? 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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