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Akinyele Adams

Akinyele
Birth name Akinyele Adams
Born 1970
Origin LeFrak City, Queens, New York City, New York, USA
Genres East Coast hip hop, dirty rap, hardcore hip hop
Occupations Emcee
Years active 1991–present
Labels Interscope/Atlantic
Volcano/Jive/BMG
Koch
Associated acts Main Source, Nas, Kool G Rap
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Akinyele (born Akinyele Adams and pronounced ah-kin-yea-LAY) is an American MC who recorded in the 1990s and early 2000s, known for his sexually explicit lyrics, including his 1996 underground radio hit "Put it in Your Mouth".[1] He also made an appearance on "Live at the Barbeque" off Main Source's 1991 album Breaking Atoms, alongside Nas, Joe Fatal and Large Professor.

Discography

Studio Albums

Compilation albums

  • Live at the Barbecue: Unreleased Hits (2004)

Singles

  • "Ak Ha Ha Ak Hoo Hoo" (1993)
  • "The Bomb" (1994)
  • "Put it in Your Mouth" (Featuring Kia Jefferies) (1996)
  • "Love Me for Free" (1996)
  • "Thugness" (1997)
  • "Take a Lick" (1999)
  • "Strippers Call" (2008)
  • "Hop On That Pole" (Featuring Mazaradi Fox & Balboa) (2008)

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