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Since February 2016, the lineup has consisted of Billy Graziadei, Bobby Hambel and Danny Schuler. Their first demo, released in 1988, caused a stir with journalists who felt that some of the band's lyrics displayed fascist and white supremacist views, overlooking the fact that both Seinfeld and Schuler were, themselves, Jewish.The accusations of racism in their music were something strenuously denied by the band but in later interviews, Seinfeld and Graziadei explained that it had been a publicity stunt to win over the band Carnivore and their fans. Saturday is steak day again,” says Tec, one half of the famous New Orleans gangsta bounce group U. Reginald Manuel, spends most of his time offshore, cooking for an oil rig’s crew — one of the few ways he could figure to make over ,000 a year, enough to continue paying for whatever luxuries he got used to in the ’90s as a star on the fledgling Cash Money label. But my truck runs fine, so I first follow him to his lil girl’s mama’s house around the corner. I have not had OE since college, and though it’s very presumptuous of him to think I’d drink malt liquor at all, much less during the daytime , I thank him and crack it open. The Sporty MC’s “black situations” were traded out for explicit lyrics like… My tall boy is empty as we approach what was once the famously tumultuous Magnolia Projects in Central City on the edge of Uptown — now un-ironically renamed “Harmony Oaks.” The dreary red and brown brick apartments have been replaced by clumps of lower quality but pleasant shotgun townhomes that look very little like public housing. first helped producers Brian “Baby/Birdman” Williams and Ronald “Slim/Sugar Slim” Williams begin to build Cash Money Records — now a multibillion-dollar stable that includes Drake, Lil Wayne and Nicki Minaj, and dabbles in clothing, liquor, even the oil industry. V., “and Sunday is fried chicken day.” Tec-9, a.k.a. “We were the murder capital in 1994,” Lil Ya says, as if reminiscing about a championship season. Woodson Middle, where Tec and Lil Ya attended school together.Biohazard is an American heavy metal band formed in Brooklyn, New York in 1987.
He’s been off work for two weeks but is about to embark on twenty-eight straight days of giving people what they need. We were so happy to have a little money, we didn’t realize we were deserving of much more than we were given.” I drive us farther Uptown to U. “I have some lyrics, but my main role has always been to hit ’em with the energy.” We stand below a giant red arrow pointing us in the front door of famous dive bar Joe’s House of Blues.
“We was positive rappers then, we rapped about black situations, what crack cocaine and drugs do to you,” recalls Lil Ya (Yaphet Jones) via phone from Houston, where he’s lived with his kids since 2007, commuting often to New Orleans.
members Tec-9 and Lil Ya copped their name from their favorite college sports team, but then told the world it stood for “Uptown Niggas Livin Violent.” “We started out as the Sporty MCs: Polo Pete and MC Food,” Tec laughs, flashing a bottom row of gold teeth.
They also shared stages with the New Jersey band Mucky Pup and a friendship between the two bands developed.
In 1990, Biohazard signed a recording contract with Maze Records.