136 Shouts - 304,345 Scrobbles
Chicago MC Vakill was born Donald Mason on the city's near south side in 1975. He discovered hip-hop in his early teens, favoring the kind of literate, ingenious rhymes he would later pursue with his own music. In high school Mason teamed with classmate Ed Zamudio, and their collaboration continued after Zamudio co-founded the Molemen collective (adopting the alias Panik in the process). In addition to his 1995 debut cassette, Who's Afraid?, Vakill appeared on a series of Molemen-helmed comps and mixes, most notably joining forces with Percee P and Rhymefest for the 1996 single Keep the Fame.
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Top SongsTotal plays on Last.fm over the last 6 months
- Intro - (2:12) - 137 plays
- The Creed - (4:07) - 137 plays
- Worst Fears Confirmed - (4:08) - 125 plays
- Fallen - (5:26) - 123 plays
- The Darkest Cloud - (4:23) - 106 plays
- Sickplicity - (4:26) - 103 plays
- Armor of God - (3:46) - 67 plays
- Serpent & the Rainbow - (4:11) - 80 plays
- American Gothic - (4:57) - 106 plays
- Sweetest Way to Die - (3:26) - 73 plays
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