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This article relies largely or entirely upon a single source. Please help improve this article by introducing appropriate citations to additional sources. (December 2008) Freddie Foxx Also known as Bumpy Knuckles Origin Long Island, New York Genres Hip Hop Years active 1986–present Labels MCA Epic/SME Records Landspeed/Traffic Barely Breaking Even Associated acts Eric B., Gang Starr, Gang Starr Foundation, John Cena, Tha Trademarc Website Freddie Foxxx at Myspace Freddie Foxxx, also known as Bumpy Knuckles, (born James Campbell in 1969[1]) is an American rapper and music producer from Long Island, New York.[2] Contents 1 Biography 2 Discography 2.1 Albums 2.2 Appearances 3 References 4 External links Biography Foxxx released his first LP, Freddie Foxxx Is Here in (1989) through MCA Records, produced entirely by Eric B. of Eric B. and Rakim fame, and himself. He soon parted ways with the label and became a member of Queen Latifah's Flavor Unit establishment.[1] In 1993, only promo copies of his second album, Crazy Like A Foxxx, were circulated when Epic Records decided to shelve it.[1] Foxxx then began to be known more for his cameos on songs by Boogie Down Productions, Naughty By Nature, M.O.P., Missin Linx OC and, most notably, his appearance on Gang Starr's The Militia from their Moment of Truth album (1998). The song was issued as a single, building a buzz for Foxxx and helping him to prep for his next full-length release.[1] This time around he applied the lessons he'd learned from previous experiences with major record labels, and went the independent route. The LP featured production from hip hop heavyweights DJ Premier, Pete Rock and The Alchemist. The members of M.O.P. provided the album's only cameo. After the success of Industry Shakedown, Foxxx released his third official album, Konexion (2003) via Barely Breaking Even. A less commercially successful affair, the album was nevertheless faithful to its predecessor in terms of style and content and featured contributions from frequent collaborator DJ Premier and DJ Clark Kent. Foxxx made significant contributions to the WWE SmackDown! vs. Raw 2006 soundtrack. He contributed two songs, and made a guest appearance on another song. He also produced all of the hip hop songs. He also appeared on WWE John Cena's album You Can't See Me.[1] In 2006, he released a mixtape called Street Triumph, in anticipation of his fifth album, Amerikkan Black Man. Recently, his previously unreleased album Crazy Like a Foxxx was officially released on July 29, 2008 on Fat Beats Records.[1] Discography Albums 1989 Freddie Foxxx Is Here (MCA Records) 1994 Crazy Like a Foxxx (Fat Beats Records) 2000 Industry Shakedown (Landspeed Records) 2003 Konexion (BBE) 2006 Street Triumph Mixxxtape (Fat Beats Records) 2006 Amerikkan Black Man 2006 Krupt Mob (indie) 2007 Krupt Mob Vol.2 (indie) 2008 The OG Vol. 1 "get Rich Or Kill Tryin 2009 The OG Vol. 2 "Realmatic" 2010 Music From The Man Vol. 1 2011 Lyrical Workout with Statik Selektah Appearances 1990: "Money in the Bank" (from the Kool G Rap & DJ Polo album Wanted:Dead or Alive) 1991: "Heal Yourself" (from the H.E.A.L. Foundation 12" single) 1992: "Ruff Ruff" and "The Original Way" (from the Boogie Down Productions album Sex and Violence) 1993: "Hot Potatoe" (from the Naughty by Nature album 19 Naughty III) 1994: "One of Those Nightz" (from The Almighty RSO EP Revenge of da Badd Boyz) 1997: "Win the G (as Bumpy Knuckles)" (from the OC album Jewelz) 1997: "M.U.G. (as Freddie Foxxx)" (from the OC album Jewelz) 1998: "The Militia" (from the Gang Starr album Moment of Truth) 1998: "I Luv" (from the M.O.P. album First Family 4 Life) 1998: "M.O.B" (from the Hussein Fatal album In the Line of Fire) 2000: "U Don't Wanna B.D.S." (from the De La Soul album Art Official Intelligence: Mosaic Thump) 2000: "Keith N Bumpy" (from the Kool Keith album Matthew) 2001: "Mind Frame" (from the Pete Rock album PeteStrumentals) 2001: "How We Ride" (from Da Beatminerz album Brace 4 Impak) 2002: "Scram" (from the DJ Jazzy Jeff album The Magnificent) 2002: "Family Ties" (from the Tim Dog album Immortal) 2003: ""Capture (Militia Pt. 3)" (from the Gangstarr album The Ownerz, also featuring Big Shug) 2005: "Flow Easy", "Keep Frontin'", "Know the Rep", and "Bad, Bad Man" (from the John Cena album You Can't See Me) 2008: "If We Can't Build" (from Akrobatik album Absolute Value) 2008: "Prison Planet" (from the East Coast Avengers album Prison Planet) 2008: "Damage" (feat. Blaq Poet) (from the DJ Revolution album King of the Decks) 2009: "Bumpy's Message" (skit on the MF DOOM album Born Like This) 2009: "B. Boy" (feat. Big Scoob, Kutt Calhoun & Skatterman) (from the Tech N9ne album K.O.D.) 2010: "Take Money" (feat. Rock) (from the Marco Polo & Ruste Juxx album The eXXecution) 2011: "DAMU" (feat. Skatterman, Messy Marv & Jay Rock) (from the Big Scoob album Damn Fool) References ^ a b c d e f Allmusic Biography ^ External links Freddie Foxxx Exclusive v · d · eGang Starr Foundation Groups Gang Starr • Group Home Rappers Afu-Ra • Bahamadia • Big Shug • DJ Premier • Guru • Freddie Foxxx • Jeru the Damaja • Krumbsnatcha Affiliates M.O.P. • NYGz • Fabidden • DJ Kanzer • Ill Kid Family Gang Starr albums No More Mr. Nice Guy • Step In the Arena • Daily Operation • Hard to Earn • Moment of Truth • The Ownerz Related DJ Premier discography • True Master • Reks • Ed O.G. Persondata Name Foxxx, Freddie Alternative names Short description Date of birth 1969 Place of birth Date of death Place of death