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|1||Retribution 23||audio||iTunes||2010-02-16||Not On Label (Kuniva)|
|2||Sunny Days B/W Stainless 4||audio||iTunes||2002-10-01||Rēal Entertainment|
|3||Michiganish 4||audio||iTunes||2013-12-03||Not On Label (Kuniva Self-Released)|
American rapper from Detroit, MI. Co-founder of [l=Runyon Ave. Records]. Born: December 10, 1976 He debuted his solo career in 2010 with a mixtape. Kuniva is also known by his alter-ego [a=Rondell Beene], formerly Hannz G. In 1995, Kuniva joined [a=D12]. He helped record their debut extended play The Underground EP. Kuniva created the alter-ego Hannz G., which changed to Rondell Beene before D12's first album in 2001. In 2001, Kuniva worked with D12 as they released their first album Devil's Night. Kuniva made appearences on albums of rappers in D12, such as [a=Bizarre (2)] and [a=Proof (3)]. He also appeared in [a=Eminem]'s 2002 album The Eminem Show with the rest of D12 in the song "When The Music Stops". Kuniva appeared on the album D12 World with D12 in 2004. During Eminem's hiatus, D12 recorded the Return of the Dozen mixtape released in 2008 while Eminem was working on Relapse. Kuniva made more appearences in songs in the mixtape, taking up Eminem's place for the mixtape. Kuniva went solo in 2010. On February 16, 2010, Kuniva released his digital mixtape called D12's Own Kuniva Presents: Retribution...The Mixtape. The mixtape featured Bizarre, [a=Kon Artis], and a rapper by the name of Beez. On April 12, 2011, D12 released Return of the Dozen Pt. 2 which was the sequel mixtape of Return of the Dozen in 2008. Kuniva also had solo parts on this mixtape. 2011 he released his Mixtape Midwest Marauders Vol.1, which was followed by Midwest Marauders 2 in 2012.