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DJ Terminator X Started his professional career as the DJ of the Rap group Public Enemy in 1987. He recorded and toured with Public Enemy from 1987-1998. He also recorded 2 solo albums “Valley Of The Jeep Beets” and “Superbad”. Terminator X & The Valley of the Jeep Beets is the debut album by DJ, Terminator X. The album was released on May 7, 1991, on RAL Records and was produced by Terminator X and the Bomb Squad. The album was moderately successful, making it to #97 on the Billboard 200 and #19 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums. Two successful singles were released, “Homey Don’t Play Dat,” which made it to #1 on the Billboard Hot Rap Singles, and “Buck Whylin’,” which made it to #7 on the Hot Billboard Rap Singles and featured Chuck D and Sister Souljah.

“Superbad” included appearances from legendary Rap icons such as Grand Master Flash, Ice T, DJ Kool Herc, MC Lyte, Cold Crush Brothers, Fantastic 5 and Chuck D. Terminator X started at an early age DJing house parties in his teens and soon started DJing college events, hall parties and nightclubs. Terminator X also did mix shows for Adelphi Universityā€™s radio station WBAU along with Chuck D and Flavor Flav among others. During and after his time with Public Enemy, Terminator X DJ’d at many nightclubs and also had a residency spot Saturday nights at “Networks” in Raleigh, NC. In April 2013 Terminator X was inducted along with Public Enemy into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Terminator X is listed in BET’s 50 most influential DJ’s of all time. Terminator X is currently DJing at nightclubs and events and has an internet radio show “The Edge of Panic Show” on Rapstation.com.

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