|stic.man Quick Info|
|Height||6 ft 2 in|
|Date of Birth||March 6, 1974|
stic.man is an American rapper, musician, activist, and author who is known for being one-half of the political hip hop duo Dead Prez (often stylized as dead prez), along with M-1. The duo has released many albums, tracks, and mixtapes such as Let’s Get Free, Revolutionary But Gangsta, Information Age, Turn off the Radio: The Mixtape Vol. 1, Turn off the Radio: The Mixtape Vol. 2: Get Free or Die Tryin’, Turn off the Radio: The Mixtape Vol. 3: Pulse Of The People, Turn Off the Radio Vol. 4: Revolutionary But Gangsta Grillz, Sellin’ D.O.P.E. (Drugs Oppress People Everyday), It’s Bigger Than Hip Hop, Hip Hop, They Schools, Police State, Politrikkks, and Radio Freq. Apart from that, stic.man has also worked as a solo artist and has released albums such as Manhood, The Workout, and Workout II.
stic.man, Khnum Muata Ibomu, stic
Shadeville, Wakulla County, Florida, United States
Atlanta, Georgia, United States
stic.man attended James S. Rickards High School and Wakulla High School located in Florida, United States.
Rapper, Musician, Activist, Author
BossUp, Real Talk Ent.
6 ft 2 in or 188 cm
76 kg or 167.5 lbs
Girlfriend / Spouse
stic.man has dated –
- Afya Ibomu – He is married to nutritionist and author Afya Ibomu and they have been blessed with 2 sons.
Race / Ethnicity
Salt and Pepper
- He grew up in the rural unincorporated community of Shadeville, Florida.
- stic.man was 21 years old when he was diagnosed with gout and following the diagnosis, he stopped drinking and smoking, started practicing Jeet Kune Do (an eclectic martial arts philosophy heavily influenced and adapted by the personal philosophy and experiences of Bruce Lee), and began following a vegan diet.
- With Dead Prez, he released the duo’s debut studio album Let’s Get Free on February 8, 2000, via Loud Records, and Rolling Stone gave the album 4 stars and praised its equation of “classrooms with jail cells, the projects with killing fields and everything from water to television with conduits for brainwashing by the system”. The album peaked at #22 on the US Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums (Billboard) chart and at #73 on the US Billboard 200 chart.
- Dead Prez‘s 2nd studio album RBG: Revolutionary but Gangsta was released on March 30, 2004, through Sony Records and it includes songs like Don’t Forget Where U Came From, D.O.W.N., Way of Life, Don’t Forget Where U Goin’, and I Have a Dream, Too.
- Along with Young Noble, stic.man released a collaborative studio album titled Soldier 2 Soldier on October 3, 2006, and it included songs like Young Black And Just Don’t Give A…, Daddy Loves You, Soldier’s Prayer AM, How U Like That, Time, Like A Soldier Wit It, Soldier’s Prayer PM, and Tryin’ 2 Make A Livin.
- On October 23, 2007, stic.man released his debut solo album named Manhood and its tracklist consists of songs like Boss Up, Whatever Daddy Wants, That’s What Men Do, Do It Big, Get Yo Hustle Up, Year of the Tiger, Traffic Jam, Black Girl Shine, and Independent Hustler.
- He appeared in the 2008 documentary film The Black Candle.
- As an author, he has written books like Warrior Names from Afrika and The Art of Emceeing.
Featured Image by stic.man / Instagram