Дискография Erotic D.:
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Hailing from Fort Worth, Texas, Erotic D. got his start at producing in 1991 putting out "You Must Be Jealous" and "Flowin' With the Rhythm" with the [a=DFW Posse] for the [a=Dr. Rock]/[a=Fela Fresh Crew] album [r=247012]. Soon Erotic became associated with the upcoming [l=Death Row Records (2)] label and found common ground with another Texas label-mate The D.O.C. Aside from producing, Erotic also rapped in the short-lived rap group titled Life After Death. Erotic D split from the label with [a=D.O.C., The] after it became apparent that the attention of artists such as [a=Dr. Dre], [a=Snoop Dogg], and [a=Tha Dogg Pound] were leaving their talents in the shadows. The two resurfaced in Atlanta, Georgia where they released The D.O.C.'s ill-fated second solo album titled [r=943697] in 1996 which featured the rapper's raspy damaged vocals still impaired from his car accident that damaged his vocal chords. Shortly afterwards, Erotic formed his own independent label called E-World Entertainment where he helped put out local Texas urban acts as well as his own solo album entitled Beyond 2000. Erotic D teamed up with The D.O.C. once again in 2003 on the album Deuce. [a=Jamal (2)] and [a=MC Breed] have also enlisted in Erotic's production help in the 90's.