|Birth name Robert Houston II|
Name Black Pegasus
|Years active 2001-present|
Genres Hip hop music
|Also known as Black-PThe Black MexicanYo Mamma's Pimp|
Origin Colorado Springs, Colorado, United States
Labels Brass Knuckle Entertainment
Albums The Black Mexican, The Brass Knuckle King, Knuckle Up
Similar People Liquid Assassin, King Tef, Potluck, DJ Hoppa, Whitney Peyton
Born 24 March 1980 (age 41), Germany
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Robert Houston II, also known as Black Pegasus or simply Black-P, is an American Rapper/South Western hip hop artist from Colorado Springs. He is the current president and CEO of Brass Knuckle Entertainment.
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Robert Houston II was born on March 24, 1980 in Germany where his father was stationed with the US Air Force, and lived in Arizona, Florida and New Mexico before his family settled on the Southeast side of Colorado Springs when he was age ten. He is from the Woodside Townhomes section in Colorado Springs. He is of mixed African-American and Mexican descent, hence the title of his fourth album, The Black Mexican. He open enrolled for high school and attended Widefield and Mitchell High School, and began rapping when he was sixteen, soon performing and working in his early days under the name Yo Mamma's Pimp. He worked with the group Fusion of Syllables (F.O.S.) for two years before going solo in 2001. Black-P has released five studio albums (Black Pegasus, Knuckle Up, F**K YO RADIO, The Black Mexican, and Black By Popular Demand), two mixtapes (Black P The Mixtape, and Shitting On the Industry Vol.1), and one collaboration CD (Banana Spitz) with Liquid Assassin of the hip hop group Grave Plott. His new album Brass Knuckle King was released in 2011, and featured guest appearances by Immortal Technique, Liquid Assassin, and Kutt Calhoun. Black P is also currently working on a collaboration album entitled "The Council", which will consists of Black P, King Tef, Hypnautic, and Johnny Rocketz. Black P's seventh studio album, "Yo Mamma's Pimp", is slated for a 2012 release as well.
Black-P has taken part in several battle-rapping contests, winning the Rock the Mic Battle in 2003 and taking second place in Scribble Jam in Cincinnati. He has featured on the MTV shows Road Rules and The Real World and in the NBA Jam 2 video game.