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Article:R.A. the Rugged Man
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==Career==
 
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At 18, R.A. signed with [[Jive Records]] and then in the mid-1990s signed with [[Priority Records]]/[[EMI]]. His contract was later absorbed by [[Capitol Records]] but he began recording [[independent record label|independently]] in the early 2000s. He has worked with various artists including [[the Notorious B.I.G.]], [[Mobb Deep]], [[Sadat X]], [[Akinyele (rapper)|Akinyele]], [[Chuck D]] of [[Public Enemy (band)|Public Enemy]], [[Jedi Mind Tricks]], [[Kool G Rap]], [[Wu-Tang Clan]], [[Masta Killa]], [[Killah Priest]], and producers [[Trackmasters]], [[Erick Sermon]], [[DJ Quik]], [[Buckwild]], [[Havoc (Mobb Deep)|Havoc]], [[The Alchemist (producer)|Alchemist]], and [[Ayatollah (producer)|Ayatollah]]. He was featured on all three of [[Rawkus]]’s [[Soundbombing]] albums, as well as the platinum-selling [[WWF Aggression]] album, performing the theme song for [[Chris Jericho]]. In [[Ego Trip (magazine)|''Ego Trip'']] Vol. 1, Issue 3, the Notorious B.I.G. was quoted as saying, "I thought I was the illest," when referring to R.A.<ref>[http://www.villagevoice.com/2009-11-10/music/r-a-the-rugged-man-abides/ R.A. the Rugged Man Abides – Page 1 – Music – New York]. Village Voice (2009-11-10). Retrieved on 2011-05-30.</ref> He is closey associated to the Wu-tang clan and its various associates.
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At 18, R.A. signed with [[Jive Records]] and then in the mid-1990s signed with [[Priority Records]]/[[EMI]]. His contract was later absorbed by [[Capitol Records]] but he began recording [[independent record label|independently]] in the early 2000s. He has worked with various artists including [[the Notorious B.I.G.]], [[Mobb Deep]], [[Sadat X]], [[Akinyele (rapper)|Akinyele]], [[Chuck D]] of [[Public Enemy (band)|Public Enemy]], [[Jedi Mind Tricks]], [[Kool G Rap]], [[Wu-Tang Clan]], [[Masta Killa]], [[Killah Priest]], and producers [[Trackmasters]], [[Erick Sermon]], [[DJ Quik]], [[Buckwild]], [[Havoc (Mobb Deep)|Havoc]], [[The Alchemist (producer)|Alchemist]], and [[Ayatollah (producer)|Ayatollah]]. He was featured on all three of [[Rawkus]]’s [[Soundbombing]] albums, as well as the platinum-selling [[WWF Aggression]] album, performing the theme song for [[Chris Jericho]]. In [[Ego Trip (magazine)|''Ego Trip'']] Vol. 1, Issue 3, the Notorious B.I.G. was quoted as saying, "I thought I was the illest," when referring to R.A.<ref>[http://www.villagevoice.com/2009-11-10/music/r-a-the-rugged-man-abides/
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However, there is doubts regarding the validity of this statement, as the same rapper was also quoted as saying "R.A. The Rugged One: The white boy??!! The one that I did the jam with??? That’s who you talkin’ about? Two…might be a three, I did the song, they paid me a lot of money, that’s why I did it. The beat was knockin’." <ref>[http://escobar300.wordpress.com/2011/08/08/notorious-big-rates-his-favorite-rappers-on-a-1-10/
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Village Voice (2009-11-10). Retrieved on 2011-05-30.</ref> He is closey associated to the Wu-tang clan and its various associates.
   
 
In 2004 he released the album ''[[Die, Rugged Man, Die]]'' <ref>[http://365aay.com/y1d171/ 365 Albums a Year » Year 1, Day 171: R.A. The Rugged Man – Die, Rugged Man, Die (2004)]. (2010-04-06). Retrieved on 2011-05-30.</ref> on Brooklyn based label [[Nature Sounds]].
 
In 2004 he released the album ''[[Die, Rugged Man, Die]]'' <ref>[http://365aay.com/y1d171/ 365 Albums a Year » Year 1, Day 171: R.A. The Rugged Man – Die, Rugged Man, Die (2004)]. (2010-04-06). Retrieved on 2011-05-30.</ref> on Brooklyn based label [[Nature Sounds]].
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