HIPHOP AT ITS BEST MAFIA THA HAITIAN SICILIAN BRICK CITYS HIPHOP TOGETHER WITH REGGAE DANCE HALL flavor AND A DASH OF R&B .
Rudolph Dabady aka Mafia Tha Haitian Sicilian was born in Upstate, New York, in a city called Nyack but raised in the ghetto streets of Brooklyn new york during child hood years ., the Sicilian relocates to the Newark/orange/Irving-ton area, which are three of the most notorious cities in the bricks.As a young ,G, maf started his musical campaigned mixing both rap reggae while producing his own beats which at the time it was something that many could not do. During most of his teenage years, mafia spent countless hours days involved in lyrical confrontation againts other local artist mafia the Haitian Sicilian participated in many talent competition. He performed at some of the most legendary clubs like club 88 / Zanzibar's and many other prominent night-clubs in New York, Philadelphia, and, of course, New Jersey. by Senior year in high school maf was known as one of the Haitian American communities most respected rapper with lyrics of substance style & flow." His music is a collage of Hip-Hop, mafia mastered ability to malty task himself with various genre of music creativity one of the styles that influenced mafia is called Kompa. Kompa is best described as jazzy, hip, party anthems, and definitely has that Caribbean flavor to fulfill its core from that a strong buzz started stir around the hood that mafia obtained the streets approval an then so
doors began to open mafia began to working with the fugees Wyclef Jean, Lauren Hill, and Prazwel who are better known as the refugees camp. Mafia soon became a member of the Refugee Camp made television appearances on MTV/bet/Rosan barns Saturday night special along with & 1996 fugees at the Apollo theater .
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