Дискография Tabi Bonney:
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Tabiabuè Bonney, (born in Lomé, Togo, West Africa, better known as Tabi Bonney) is a hip-hop artist, and son of afro-funk superstar, [a=Itadi K. Bonney]. Tabi achieved recognition in the Washington, D.C. Metro area with his radio singles "The Pocket" and "Doin It" featuring [a=Raheem DeVaughn]. Tabi represents Northeast D.C., Langdon Park. Moving from continent to continent (including Africa, Europe, and N. America) He attended Florida A&M where he received two degrees, a masters in Biology and Secondary Education and an undergrad in Biology Pre-Med. Together with fellow D.C. rapper Haziq Ali, he forms the group Organized Rhyme. Which eventually led to performing as the opening act for the likes of [a=OutKast], [a=LL Cool J], and [a=Cam'Ron]. He also worked with Mike Carter to create the underground album "Bonney & Carter".