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Birth name  Darnel Robinson
Name  Dru Down
Genres  Hip hop
Role  rapper
Occupation(s)  Rapper, actor
Record label  Relativity Records
Years active  1988–present

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Born  September 14, 1969 (age 51) (1969-09-14)
Labels  C-Note RecordsRelativity RecordsPimp On Records
Associated acts  2Pac, The Regime, Luniz, Mac Dre
Movies  Original Gangstas, On Tour: Real Talk: Vol. 1
Albums  Explicit Game, Pimpin' Phernelia, Gangsta Pimpin', Can You Feel Me, Chronicles Of A Pimp

Similar  Shock G, Yukmouth, Numskull

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Danyle Robinson (born September 14, 1969) better known by his stage name Dru Down, is an American rapper and actor from Oakland, California. He is a member of The Regime, a collective of rappers that includes Yukmouth, Tech N9ne, Messy Marv, BG Bulletwound, Dorasel, Grant Rice, Tha Realest and Gonzoe.

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Music career

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The title track of his 1996 album Can You Feel Me was a minor but commercial hit. Dru Down is probably best known for his worldwide viral music video "Pimp of the Year", aka "Mack of the Year", written and directed by Marty Thomas, who also directed two controversial remixes. He's performed with Spice 1, Mac Dre, E-40, Richie Rich, Shock G, Yukmouth, The Luniz, and other Bay Area rappers, and introduces the 2Pac song "All About You". Dru Down also plays a part in the 1996 movie Original Gangstas. He had a short tenure with Ruthless Records in 2001-2002, although the album was ultimately released via C-Note Records, a fact alluded to in the beginning of his album, Gangsta Pimpin'. In 2001, he released a movie of his own, Hip Hop & Porn Stars. Currently, Dru is signed to rapper Yukmouth's Smoke-A-Lot Records and owns his own record label, Pimp On Records. Dru Down released his 2010 album Chronicles of a Pimp on November 16 a collaboration with Stay Tooned Entertainment.

MSNBC Lockup episode

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Dru Down was featured on an episode of Lockup on MSNBC. During the episode he was interviewed by the show's producers and was said to be serving a three-year jail sentence at Santa Rita Jail in Dublin, California (Alameda County) 20 miles from Oakland.

Albums

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  • 1993: Fools From The Streets
  • 1994: Explicit Game
  • 1996: Can You Feel Me
  • 2001: Pimpin' Phernelia
  • 2002: Gangsta Pimpin'
  • 2006: Cash Me Out (with Lee Majors)
  • 2007: Crack Muzic Vol. 1 (with Rahmean & Lee Majors)
  • 2007: Crack Muzic Vol. 2 (with Rahmean & Lee Majors)
  • 2010: Chronicles of a Pimp
  • Singles

  • 1994: "Pimp of the Year"
  • 1994: "Ice Cream Man" (feat. Luniz)
  • 1995: "No One Loves You"
  • 1996: "Can You Feel Me"
  • 1997: "Baby Bubba" (feat. Bootsy Collins)
  • 2010: "Hello" (feat. Jacka)
  • Filmography

  • 1996: Original Gangstas as "Kayo"
  • References

    Dru Down Wikipedia


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