" He began his musical career as a bassist of the pop rock band the Mandolindley Road Show. After the group disbanded, He joined the hip hop group Mikey D & the L.A. Posse. He began working as a producer and engineer for numerous hip-hop acts. His best-known work is on Ultramagnetic MC's 1988 classic debut album, Critical Beatdown, and the non-album singles the group released between 1988 and 1989. He only has one credit as a producer on the album for the track "Give the Drummer Some," but according to group member Ced Gee, He was responsible for the overall sound of the album. He preferred to work without contracts, so he often did not receive credit for his production work.
He also worked for many other artists including Grandmaster Caz, Super Lover Cee & Casanova Rud, Stezo, and Rahzel. He also served as a mentor of Large Professor in the use of the E-mu SP-1200. He overheard a recording session of a new local group named Simply Too Positive and offered to produce its entire demo. Simply Too Positive eventually became Organized Konfusion and its demo created a major buzz around the group.
In 1987 While working as a engineer (at 12-12 recording studio) heard the sound of a Bronx based group called Rappers On A Mission (Keith Lawrence [a.k.a. Keith Cash], Mc Sham Rock and R. Holderman [a.k.a. the Rapper R.O.M.E.]), which he produced and recorded the hit record “S.O.L.O.,” which proved he had his ear to the streets. In 1988, he also recorded a rap group named Live ’N Effect Posse. The group’s members were Michael “Dr. Shock” Thomas, Anthony “Ice Man” Shropshire, Floyd Jackson, and Tyrone Johnson. The record met with little success in the United States but became a rare sought-after item in other countries, which further proved he was destined for greatness. He also produced an up & coming Bronx Rap group named the Heartbeat Brothers. Members included Samad Al ski the great Ali & Gregory Lord Kool Gee Whitley. Tracks included "Time to get Paid" & "Can we do this?".
R.I.P. Paul C.
Repeat Pattern lives high in the mountains of Japan where he makes beats for the recently deceased Broke between slayn' motha fuckers with Liu Kang in arcade Mortal Kombat tournaments and slangin tacos from a street cart labeled 'Fukn Tacos'.
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