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Hell Rell

Hell Rell
Birth name Durrell Mohammad
Genres Hip Hop
Occupations Rapper
Instruments Vocals
Years active 2000-present
Labels Diplomat
Koch
Interscope
Real Talk Ent.
Associated acts Cam'ron, The Diplomats, Niko Doughski, 40 Cal.
Website Hell Rell

Durrell Mohammad (born May 3, 1979), better known by his stage name Hell Rell, is an American rap artist and member of rap group The Diplomats. In 2007, he signed with Koch Records and began working on his debut album, For the Hell of It. The album reached #5 on both the Billboard Top Independent Albums and Top Rap Albums chart, and #10 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums.[1]

Discography

Albums

Other Albums

  • 2007: Eat with Me or Eat a Box of Bullets
  • 2009: Live from Hell
  • 2009: Hell Up in the Bronx

Collaboration Mixtapes

  • 2007: Double Trouble (with J.R. Writer)
  • 2009: Year of the Gun (with 40 Cal.)
  • 2011: Gun Clap (with J.R. Writer)
  • 2011: Guilty by Association (with J. Stalin & Lord Geez)
  • 2012: Bronx Tales (with Yung JB)

Solo Mixtapes

  • 2004: Fire & Ice (Mixed by DJ Sickamore)
  • 2005: Streets Wanna Know
  • 2006: New Gun in Town
  • 2008: Top Gunna: The Ruga Edition
  • 2009: The Extermination: Return to the Grind
  • 2010: Bullpen Therapy
  • 2010: You need People like Me: The Return of the Black Mask
  • 2010: Black Masks Black Gloves: Ruga Edition
  • 2011: Million Dollar Dreams Federal Nightmares
  • 2011: Us never Them - The Mixtape
  • 2011: The Black Cloud
  • 2012: Not Guilty
  • 2013: Streets Wanna Know 2: Valentines Day Massacre[2]
  • 2013: The Meyer Lansky Project[3]
  • TBA: TBA

Compilations

  • 2009: Hell Rell Hosts: Straight Outta Harlem (The Ultimate Uptown Collection)

Guest appearances

List of non-single guest appearances, with other performing artists, showing year released and album name
Title Year Other performer(s) Album
"Wouldn't You Like To Be A Gangsta Too?" 2004 The Diplomats Diplomatic Immunity 2
"Back In the Buildin" 2005 Heatmakerz The Crack Mixtape Vol.1
"Line Up (Pt. II)" Jay Bezel, S.A.S., Un Kasa The Philadelphia Beast
"Penetentiary Chances" Jim Jones Harlem: Diary of a Summer
"Get 'Em Daddy (Remix)" Cam'ron, Jim Jones, J.R. Writer Killa Season
"Pour Wax" 2006 Jim Jones Hustler's P.O.M.E. (Product of My Environment)
"Day Dream" Jim Jones, Max B The Seven Day Theory
"The Movement Is Moving" J.R. Writer Writers Block 3
"Get Em Daddy" J.R. Writer, Cam'ron, Jim Jones Fresh Prince of Harlem Vol. 1
"It's Ugly" Heatmakerz, Cam'ron Crack On Wax
"Goonies" JR Writer, Jim Jones History in the Making
"All I Know" 2007 Green Lantern, Akon Alive on Arrival
"Shoot Em Up" Freekey Zekey, J.R. Writer Book of Ezekiel
"Switch It Up" J.R. Writer Writer's Block 4
"In My Zone"
"Hostile Takeova" 40 Cal. Broken Safety 2
"Stuntin (Remix)" Cormega Who Am I?
"Block Huggas" 40 Cal, A-Mafia, JR Writer Trigger Happy
"Don't Do It" JR Writer, 40 Cal Block Work
"Heartbeat" 2008 ByrdGang, Jim Jones, Noe M.O.B.: The Album
"Harder Than Ever" JR Writer My Past Is Your Future
"Direct Connect" Sky Balla Tycoon Status
"D-Block/Dipset" Sheek Louch, Jadakiss, Jim Jones, Styles P Silverback Gorilla
"3 Gunz (Leo G Mix)" 40 Cal, JR Writer Leader Of The New School
"Extermination" 2009 J.R. Writer Cinecrack
"What Up" AZ, Sheek Louch Legendary
"1-800-RAT-ON-A-G" B.A.M. & Ric Rude, The New Golden Era
"I've Seen" 2010 DMX, J.R. Writer Mixtape
"This Is That" DMX
"Don't Say Shhh" Monsta, Ganxsta Rid Pacific Coast Highway
"We Don't Count Money" 2012 Lil Reese Don't Like
"Body Bag" A-Mafia Under The Scope
"Now They Don't Know Me" Philthy Rich, Stevie Joe Not Enough Real N*ggas Left

References

External links

  • Billboard
  • Myspace
  • Hell Rell interview with hiphopgame.com
  • Hell Rell Interivew, Dec 30, 2009


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