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Terminator X

Terminator X
Birth name Norman Rogers
Born (1966-08-25) August 25, 1966
United States
Genres Hip hop
Occupation(s) DJ
Associated acts Public Enemy

Terminator X is the stage name of Norman Rogers (born August 25, 1966), a retired American DJ best known for his work with rap group Public Enemy, which he left in 1999. He also produced two solo albums, Terminator X & The Valley of the Jeep Beets (1991) and Super Bad (1994), featuring Chuck D, Sister Souljah, Kool DJ Herc, the Cold Crush Brothers, and a bass music track by the Punk Barbarians.

Retirement

Since retiring from the music scene in 2003, Rogers used to run an ostrich stud farm in North Carolina.[1][2] However, in 2010, Terminator X returned to the recording studio. Set for release in 2011, the album, Judgement Day, is said to be "a tribute to the five elements of hip-hop, which include B-boying, graffiti, rapping, DJ’ing and knowledge."[3]

In 2013 Terminator X began DJ'ing on Chuck D's internet radio station "RapStation.com" with a weekly show titled "The Edge Of Panic Radio Show" hosted by DJ DVS.

Albums

References

  1. ^ "Hip-hop, you don't stop".  
  2. ^ "My Ostrich Weighs a Ton". Vibe. March 1998. Retrieved 2011-01-15. 
  3. ^ Public Enemy’s Terminator X Drops New Album in 2011 
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