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Reggie Gibson (A.K.A. Mr. No No, The Shaft Sizzle & The Saucee Nomad) (Born in Oakland, CA)

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Ras Kass (A.K.A. Razzy Kazzy & Ras Kassiano) (Born John Austin IV, September 26, 1973 in Watts, CA)
Xzibit (A.K.A. Mr. X-To-The-Z) (Born Alvin Nathaniel Joiner, September 18, 1974 in Detroit, MI)
Saafir (A.K.A. Mr. No No, The Shaft Sizzle & The Saucee Nomad) (Born Reggie Gibson in Oakland, CA)

See Also: Xzibit, Ras Kass, Digital Underground, 2Pac, Luniz & The WhoRidas

Saafir - Boxcar Sessions
Saafir - Trigonometry
Saafir - The Hit List
Saafir - One Of The Hardest

Saafir - Crawl Before You Ball (Single)

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Hell's Kitchen
Michael Marshall - Love, Lies And Life
Million Dollar Dream: The High Powered Double Album
Andre Nickatina - Collections & B-Sides
Andre Nickatina - Khanthology: Cocaine Raps 1992-2005
Ras Kass - Rasassination
Ras Kass - Van Gogh (Pre-Release)
Ras Kass - Van Gogh (Alternate Version)
Ras Kass - Goldyn Chyld
Ras Kass - On The Run
Ras Kass - Run Away Slave Mixtape
Ras Kass - Nature Of The Threat
Ras Kass - Rarities
Spice 1 - Immortalized
Street Fighter
3 Beam Circus
Training Day
Xzibit - At The Speed Of Life
Xzibit - 40 Dayz & 40 Nightz
Xzibit - Man vs. Machine

Bio From Wikipedia.Org
Reggie Gibson, better known as Saafir is an emcee, producer and actor from Oakland, California. After moving from Fresno, California (the "'No") to Oakland, he lived with Tupac Shakur and became a dancer for Digital Underground. Saafir took part in one of the most notorious Bay Area rap battles, when he and members of the Hobo Junction went against Casual and members of the Hieroglyphics Crew. The battle took place live on KMEL. There has never been a real decision as to who won the battle and there is some debate as to whether or not Saafir was using pre-written raps. He first appeared on Casual's Fear Itself and Digital Underground's The Body-Hat Syndrome. He appeared in the film Menace II Society as Harold Lawson. With a deal from Qwest Records, Saafir recruited the Hobo Junction production team (J Groove, J.Z., Rational, Big Nose, and Poke Martian) for his freestyle debut, Boxcar Sessions (1994). He recorded an album called Trigonometry under the alias Mr. No No before returning as Saafir in The Hit List (1999). The Hit List was considered Saafir's attempt at commercial acceptance. The album featured production by Stevie J (made famous for his work with P. Diddy's Hitmen production team) and guest vocals from West Coast heavyweights Kam and Jayo Felony and controversial East Coast lyricist Chino XL. He largely recovered from a tumor in his spine. He's back with his old group, Hobo Junction, and has completed work on his fourth album, Good Game: The Transition (ABB Records, 2006). The album covers the major transitions throughout his life, most notably his spinal tumor, and his conversion to Islam.

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