Tim Dog

Tim Dog (real name Timothy Blair) (January 1, 1967 – February 14, 2013) was an American rapper from the Bronx, New York, who rose to prominence during the early 1990s with his debut LP Penicillin on Wax and the celebrated diss record "Fuck Compton." Tim had already appeared on songs with the Ultramagnetic MCs and went on to form a duo, Ultra with member Kool Keith. "Fuck Compton" appeared in XXL Magazine's "Top 25 Diss Tracks of All Time" and earned Tim Dog critical acclaim from progressive hip-hop producer Blockhead who said Tim Dog's, "The Dog's Gonna Getcha" (off Penicillin On Wax) is "Quite possibly the hardest song ever made." Nas shouts out Tim Dog on his track, "Where Are They Now?" from his 2006 Album Hip Hop Is Dead, and despite Tim Dog's beef with Dr. Dre, Eminem (whom Dre had discovered) name-checked him on the track 'Ricky Ticky Toc'.

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Penicillin On Wax
... Penicillin on Wax is the debut album by rapper Tim Dog ... Tim taunted "I stole your beat and made it better, to show the whole world that you ain't nothing but a bunch of pussies" before a number of disparaging answering ... Tim rapped "Wearing all that black, driving them cars, but you still look wack!" A skit called "DJ Quik Beat Down" was a forty second audio snippet of Tim Dog physically assaulting DJ Quik ...
Ultramagnetic MCs - History
... one of Ultramagnetic's most popular songs and introduced new group affiliate Tim Dog ... A variation of the "A Chorus Line" instrumental was used as the basis of Tim Dog's debut single, the Ced Gee-produced "Fuck Compton", which became a modest hit and is ... Moe's involvement in the Tuff City releases, Kool Keith and Tim Dog reunited on the album Big Time, released under the name Ultra in 1997 ...

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