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Necro Biography

Necro DVDs

Necro - Gory Days

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Sadist Hitz

Sexorcist: Cockapella Virgin

I Need Drugs

Pre-Fix for Death


Gory Days

Death Rap

Brutality 1


Murder Murder Kill Kill Double EP

Rare Demos and Freestyles, Vol. 3

Sabacolypse: A Change Gon' Come

Rare Demos and Freestyles, Vol. 1

Gory Days (Instrumentals)

Rare Demos and Freestyles, Vol. 2


Necro Instrumentals, Vol. 1

Prefix For Death: Instrumentals


Prefix For Death

Barn of the Naked Dead

Chronicles of the Beast Man


Necro Biography

Necro was born and raised in Brooklyn, New York and grew up in the Glenwood Housing Projects. During the 80's, you could catch Necro either fighting every day or playing some kind of sport. As a kid in the P.J.'s you wouldn't have caught Necro in the Youth Center socializing or dancing that fresh, he was too busy burning ants to death. He lived there for eight years with the roaches from about 6 years old to 14 years old and then he moved to Canarsie. In 1988, Necro started rhyming after being influenced by his older brother Ill Bill, who would constantly kick rhymes in the house. Fiending for props Necro realized he had something original to contribute to HipHop. He would rhyme in the lunchroom everyday until he was kicked out of South Shore High School for fighting.

He made his first demo in about 1990 and won a demo battle contest on the Stretch Armstrong and Bobbito show on WKCR 89.9FM. He bought an Ensoniq EPS in '91 and started producing music everyday developing a morbid sound. Necro is a self-taught musician and has been playing instruments since the age of ten and producing HipHop beats for nine years.

In about 1993 Necro started rapping brutal full time making a demo called "Do The Charles Manson". He started getting a rep for rapping rugged. At this time in Necro's life he was young, evil, angry, packing weapons and hustling in Canarsie selling drugs to get by. Growing up in a dysfunctional family with lack of communication makes it ironic that Necro's career choice revolves around communication. He's been influenced by rappers like the Ghetto Boys and Kool G. Rap plus anything that has had an impact on the HipHop generation.

In 1994 Necro hit up radio stations and dropped rhymes that are considered legendary by fans on the Stretch and Bobbito show. In '95 he proceeded to drop rhymes on the Wildman Steve and DJ Riz show WBAU 90.3FM with verses that earned the man a large following and to this day kids are still trading his freestyles. He's very popular on the Internet, especially with blowing up now. The first record he produced that got airplay was "No Tomorrow" by Non-Phixion in '96 put out on Searchlight Music/FatBeats distribution.

Necro went to Brooklyn College 2 years for film where he had access to film making equipment. His movie 187 Reasonz Y had an anti-cop theme with a police officer getting shot in the head at the end of the film. The film department was repulsed by Necro's visions and he received no support from them.

He started producing beats for groups like Non-Phixion, Cage, Krist, and Missing Linx, who all released independent singles. Combined, all these records have sold over 48,000 copies. The Cage single he produced, "Agent Orange" b/w "Radiohead" is an underground classic and has received a lot of airplay on college radio.

He's taught himself to be an industry executive by reading books and has experienced dealing with industry snakes. Necro likes to record all by himself so he's not interfered with other people's views. In the end, if Necro's feeling it he knows others are gonna feel it. He's his own worst critic. "I like to work hard so I can play hard." - says Necro. He likes working on the Ensonic ASR-10 keyboard exclusively except that its disk drive takes to long and it constantly crashes. Necro believes it's not really what you use as far as equipment or records as much as the brain behind it.

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