|Grand Daddy I.U. Quick Info|
|Height||6 ft 2 in|
|Date of Birth||August 23, 1968|
|Eye Color||Dark Brown|
Grand Daddy I.U. is an American rapper and songwriter known as one of the artists who were active during the golden age of hip-hop. Over the years, he has released albums and tracks like Represent, Smooth Assassin, Lead Pipe, Sugar Free, Stick to the Script, P.I.M.P. (Paper Is My Priority), Something New, Stay Fly (with Shawn Haynes and Monsta Mook), This Is A Recording, Don’t Stress Me, Pick Up The Pace, All About Money, and I Be Thuggin’.
Grand Daddy I.U.
Queens, New York City, New York, United States
Hempstead, Long Island, New York, United States
- Siblings – Kay Cee (Brother)
Steady Flow Records, Cold Chillin’/Reprise/Warner Bros. Records, Cold Chillin’/Epic/SME Records
6 ft 2 in or 188 cm
75 kg or 165.5 lbs
Race / Ethnicity
Salt and Pepper
- High-end tailored attire
- Appearing in public wearing a suit and tie
Grand Daddy I.U. Facts
- He spent his childhood years growing up in Hempstead, Long Island.
- It was his brother Kay Cee who encouraged him to start performing.
- In 1989, Grand Daddy I.U. was signed to the label Cold Chillin’ Records after he recorded a demo tape and gave it to late rapper and record producer Biz Markie.
- On September 14, 1990, Grand Daddy I.U. released his debut studio album Smooth Assassin through Cold Chillin’ Records. It consists of songs like The U Is Smooth, Girl in the Mall, Mass Destruction, Dominos, Pick Up the Pace, Kay Cee Is Nasty, Behind Bars, Sugar Free (ft. Mary Brown), and Nobody Move.
- His 2nd studio album Lead Pipe was released on June 21, 1994, via Cold Chillin’/Epic Street and its tracklist includes songs such as Dead Men Don’t Talk, Low Key, I Can Do Dat, Don’t Stress Me, Take It From Da Top, Time to Die, Represent, and As I Flow On. The album was a commercial failure and peaked at #88 on the US Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums (Billboard) chart.
- Grand Daddy I.U. has done ghostwriting and production work for Biz Markie and Roxanne Shanté.
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