|Full name||Russell Tyrone Jones|
|Height||6' (1.83 m)|
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Russell Tyrone Jones Biography:
Russell Jones was born in Brooklyn, Ny, on November 15, 1968. As Ol’ Dirty Bastard, he climbed to acclaim within hip-hop group Wu-Tang Clan and had his own 1995 debut record, after scoring hits with all the tracks “Ghetto Supastar” as well as the remix of Mariah Carey’s “Fantasy.” After many arrests, the rapper was put into rehabilitation and later penitentiary. He expired on November 13, 2004, from an overdose of drugs at 35.
Russell Tyrone Jones was born in the Fort Greene section of Brooklyn, Ny, on November 15, 1968. Having had a rough and tumble youth, Jones and his cousins Robert Diggs and Gary Grice formed a hip-hop group that included symbolism in the martial arts movies they adored. Having various MCs with identifying aliases (Diggs became RZA, for example, managing production duties), Wutang spun off various solo acts from its debut album Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers).
Jones took on the moniker Ol’ Dirty Bastard, using the reported consequence that there is no sire to his unique brand of rhyming. Also generally known as ODB, the rapper developed a crazed, free-flowing design that incorporated singing and warbling. Off the successful launching of Wu Tang, ODB released his debut solo album, Return to the 36 Chambers. It reached the Top of Billboard’s major records chart and featured the singles “Shimmy Shimmy Ya” and “Brooklyn Zoo.”
Beginning in the autumn of 1997, however, Jones faced several charges. He was detained in November for not paying child support for the three kids he had with his wife Icelene. The next year, he was shot in the rear during a robbery, although the wound had not been serious. While Jones’ media antics were frequently the target of jokes, there was a horrible, actual price.
From the summer of 1999, it was clear that Jones had an addiction to substances, and he declared himself into a rehabilitation facility in Nyc. Around now, in September 1999, he released the record N***a Please, which likewise reached the Billboard Top 10. After being sentenced to many months of compulsory rehabilitation time, Jones left the La facility in the autumn of 2000, defying the parameters of said sentence and becoming a fugitive. Finally he was detained again, in Philadelphia.
Another year, the D3 label released the album The Trials and Tribulations of Russell Jones, a job featuring some rhymes from Dirty and filled out by added rappers. Jones was signed by Roc-A-Fella records upon his release from prison in 2003 and started creation of a brand new record. Working in the studio in the late day on November 13, 2004, Jones experienced acute chest pain and fell. It was afterwards found that he’d unintentionally overdosed from a mixture of cocaine as well as the pain drug tramadol.
A documentary on ODB’s life, Dirty: One Word Can Transform the Planet, was launched in 2009. As of 2013, two films on the rapper’s life are slated to be published. One, having a provisional name nearly just such as the documentary’s, focuses on Jones’ youth and his rise to popularity. ODB’s cousin and Wu Tang bandmate Diggs is involved with both first pictures.