Sir Mix-a-Lot – Wikipedia

American knocker
musical artist
Anthony L. Ray ( born August 12, 1963 ), better known by his stage appoint Sir Mix-a-Lot, is an american knocker, songwriter, and commemorate producer. He is well known for his 1992 hit song “ Baby Got Back “, which peaked at number one on the Billboard Hot 100 .

early liveliness [edit ]

Anthony Ray was born on August 12, 1963, in Auburn, Washington, a suburb of Seattle, and grew up in Seattle ‘s Central District. Growing up, Ray ‘s mother worked as a license practical nurse ( LPN ) at the King County Jail making 6 or 7 dollars an hour. Ray was a fan of hip hop and started rhyming in the early 1980s. [ 2 ]

While exist in the Bryant Manor apartments on 19th Ave and East Yesler Way, Anthony Ray started educate at Roosevelt High School, near the University District, when the Seattle Public School District was in the throes of what would be a 21-year experiment to integrate the school arrangement ; Guns N ‘ Roses penis Duff McKagan and actress and Charmed star Rose McGowan besides went there. Students were bused from their neighborhoods to schools at the other goal of the city. From 1978, when the bus plan started, to 1999, when it was shelved, minorities carried the effect of bus, piling onto buses from the South End and the Central Area that were headed for predominantly white schools in the North End. [ 3 ] Ray said he knew that some North End residents did n’t want black kids bused into their neighborhoods. But for him, the experience offered respite from the projects. “ I ’ ve listen things like, ‘Forced integration is not good, ‘ ‘I want my kid to be able to go to school in our community ; that ’ s why we moved hera ‘ – all those things I wholly understand, ” he said. “ But from my perspective, I didn ’ t have the luxury of live in a neighborhood where a good school was. We didn ’ t make that kind of money. then from my perspective, it was the best thing that could have happened to me. ” [ 3 ] A music teacher at Eckstein Middle School introduced Ray to the hypothesis of a music career. Before becoming a rapper, Ray at an early age was concerned in electronics and CB radio, one of his early jobs was working at a pinball arcade servicing machines, during that time he besides started to fix keyboards and other musical equipment. He however works with electronics as a avocation. [ 4 ]

career [edit ]

1980s [edit ]

early on on, Sir Mix-A-Lot had an ear and a passion for music. Soon after eminent school he began DJing parties at local residential district centers. [ 5 ] By 1983 Mix-A-Lot had begun playing weekends regularly at the Rainier Vista Boys and Girls Club in South Seattle. soon he moved locations and started throwing his parties at the Rotary Boys and Girls Club in the Central District. It was there that he met ‘Nasty ‘ Nes Rodriguez, a local radio DJ and host of fresh Tracks, the West Coast ‘s first rap radio usher on Seattle station KKFX ( KFOX ). [ 6 ] Sir Mix-a-Lot partnered with Nasty Nes and local businessman Ed Locke to found the Nastymix record label in 1983. [ 7 ] The first song to gain popularity outside of Seattle was “ Square Dance Rap ” in 1986. Mix-a-Lot had originally decided to rap the integral song dull, then speed and pitch it up in mail production, Mix late told Seattle Refined in 2018 that “ I did n’t want to rap, that ‘s why I use this weird Smurf voice ”. [ 8 ] After the song was picked up by DJs in clubs countrywide, he went touring in Florida, New York, and early states. While in Arizona, he noticed a street named Broadway with a restaurant named Dick ‘s, precisely like Seattle. This gave him the idea to write his future hit “ Posse on Broadway ”. [ 9 ] Mix-a-Lot ‘s future shoot, released in 1987, was the single “ Posse on Broadway, ” whose claim referred to Broadway in Seattle ‘s Capitol Hill zone. [ 10 ] The song made the top 100 but quickly disappeared, although it remains democratic in the Seattle area for its references to many local landmarks. Swass, Sir Mix-a-Lot ‘s debut album, was released in 1988 with two other singles : “ Square-Dance Rap ” and a hip hop cover of the Black Sabbath sung “ Iron Man “ backed by the ring Metal Church. [ 10 ] In 1990, the Recording Industry Association of America certified Swass platinum. [ 11 ] Seminar, released in 1989 featured “ My Hooptie ”, “ Beepers ”, “ Gortex ” and “ I Got Game ” .

1990s [edit ]

In 1991, Sir Mix-A-Lot signed to the Def American label, which besides bought the rights to his first two albums, and released his third gear album Mack Daddy in 1992. The single “ Baby Got Back “ was a number-one hit that went double platinum [ 11 ] and won the 1993 Grammy Award for Best Rap Solo Performance. [ 12 ] MTV aired the music video for the song merely after 9 PM because of “ many, many, complaints. ” [ 13 ] In 1993, Sir Mix-a-Lot collaborated with Seattle-based dirt band Mudhoney for the song “ Freak Momma ” on the Judgment Night soundtrack. [ 10 ] In 1994, he released Chief Boot Knocka and the album reached # 69 on the Billboard 200 and # 28 on the Top R & B/Hip-Hop Charts. The album featured the hit single “ Put ‘Em On The Glass. ” “ Just Da Pimpin ‘ in Me ” was nominated for the Grammy Award for Best Rap Solo Performance but lost to “ Let Me Ride ” by Dr. Dre. When his 1996 album, Return of the Bumpasaurus, was only given a low label promotion, leading to lackluster sales, Sir Mix-a-Lot left the american english pronounce. During the time off, he worked closely with another band, The Presidents of the United States of America under the group name “ Subset ” with a combination of rock and rap music, but nothing was ever officially released. [ 14 ]

2000s [edit ]

Sir Mix-a-Lot signed with the independent label Artist Direct for his 2003 album Daddy’s Home with “ Big Johnson ” as its lead single. [ 10 ] [ 15 ] In 2004, Sir Mix-a-Lot released a DVD entitled, “ Shhhhh … Don ’ thymine tell ‘ em That. ” This feature by Image Entertainment offered a look at his singular career, released to celebrate the 2003 comeback album, ” Daddy ’ s Home. ” [ 16 ] In 2006, Sir Mix-a-Lot appeared on Adult Swim ‘s Tom Goes to the Mayor. In 2008, Sir Mix-a-Lot appeared on Adult Swim ‘s Robot Chicken singing a song entitled, “ table cost Round ”. It was sung in the style of his celebrated birdcall “ Baby Got Back ”, but in mention to King Arthur ‘s creation fib of the Round Table. He besides voiced politician Hans Blix and singer Stevie Wonder in the season 3 finale .

2010s [edit ]

In 2010, Sir Mix-a-Lot announced his following album, Dun 4got About Mix. The lead single “ Carz ” was released to YouTube on 23 november 2010. By June 2011, the video recording had acquired over a million views, although no free date for the album has been set. [ 11 ] In the same year, his F.U.B.A.R. Remix for the song Conditions Of My Parole appeared on Puscifer ‘s remix album All Re-Mixed Up. [ 17 ]

In 2013, Sir Mix-a-Lot produced the album Dream for the urban rock band Ayron Jones and The Way. Mix-a-Lot opened their album handout party at Neumos on November 2. besides in 2013, Sir Mix-a-Lot promoted the Washington State Lottery over the Christmas season, with advertisements featuring his music appearing on Spotify. [ 18 ] On June 6, 2014, Sir Mix-a-Lot collaborated and performed with the Seattle Symphony on a new constitution by Gabriel Prokofiev as character of the symphony ‘s Sonic Evolution serial of new orchestral pieces inspired by Seattle ‘s music icons. [ 19 ] [ 20 ] [ 21 ] In 2014, trinidadian rapper Nicki Minaj released the single “ Anaconda “, [ 22 ] which prominently featured samples from “ Baby Got Back. ” Sir Mix-a-Lot praised both the artist and the song, calling it the “ newfangled and improved adaptation ” of “ Baby Got Back. ” [ 23 ] In March 2016, Sir Mix-a-Lot collaborated with TNT and LK on the lead and video, “ Streets Do n’t Love Me ”. [ 24 ] From 2017 to 2019, Sir Mix-a-Lot hosted a dawn radio show based in Seattle on Hot 103.7 FM. He owns multiple residences, including one in Auburn, Washington where he has continued to maintain a strong presence do at modest festivals across the country. He appeared in an episode of Season 4 of BoJack Horseman playing himself. In 2019 he became the spokesperson for Cards Against Humanity ‘s new “ Ass Pack ”. [ 25 ]

other influence [edit ]

In 1995 Sir Mix-A-Lot was the regular host of the ephemeral UPN anthology drama series The Watcher, in which, in 2000, he was quoted in Vibe magazine as saying “ in review, I wish I had n’t done ( the read ) ” [ 26 ] Sir Mix-A-Lot provides narrative and comment in Wheedle’s Groove, a 2009 documentary about the Seattle 1960s and 70s funk and soul scene. [ 27 ] In June 2018, a special on the DIY Network called Sir Mix-A-Lot’s House Remix was aired, which involved Mix-A-Lot bribe and flipping a firm in his hometown of Seattle. [ 28 ] There is a bombastic personality in the CB radio ‘superbowl ‘ scenery that bears a strike resemblance to SMAL, who goes by the name ‘Prime Minister. ‘ See the sung “ Buttermilk Biscuits ( Keep On Square Dancin ‘ ) ” for references to ‘Mud Ducks ‘ and ‘Bird watt Meter ‘. ( Bird model 43 )

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