Thursday, January 31, 2013

'90s Rap Artist Father MC faces Scam Charges. Why you should DO YOUR RESEARCH on alleged "A&R Reps"

Best known for his hit “I’ll Do 4 U” from his debut album “Father’s Day” in 1990, rapper Timothy Brown, better known as Father MC, is facing allegations that he brings new, up and coming artists into the studio for $700 per session, and gives them tracks he’s already shared with others.

Killer Rabbit Studios in Studio City, CA is the location where the rapper is accused of promising to shop songs for record deals, but fails to follow up.

Father MC’s biggest hit features a backing track sampled from “Got To Be Real” by Cheryl Lynn. He recently re-emerged in 2007 under a new stage name: “Fambody”.

No stranger to controversy, Father MC was arrested in New York in 1997 for failure to pay child support, and also appeared nude in the August 1996 issue of Playgirl magazine.

4 comments:

  1. OMG This has happen to me he took my money too. Broke bum fake life.

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  2. Father mc (fambody) stole my credit cards and tried to run them up. Fortunately i was able to have them shut off before he got me for thousands. He gives rappers a bad name.

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  3. Lowlife bad breath halitosis scum bag

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  4. Money for his henesy lol

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