MC Ren

Lorenzo J. Patterson

Also known as M. C. Ren, M.C Ren, M.C. Ren, M.C. Ren "The Ruthless Villain", MC Rev, That Black Nigga That They Call Ren
This performer (group) in the Internet: https://www.facebook.com/mcrencpt1, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MC_Ren

Discography of MC Ren:

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Pages of releases table:
# Cover Release title Total tracks Download full release in mp3 Release Date Label
1

Forget What Ya Heard

3 mp3 1994 Ruthless Records
2

Kizz My Black Azz

6 mp3 1992-06-30
3

The Villain In Black

11 mp3 1996
4

Da Villain In Black (Album Sampler)

6 mp3 1996 Epic
5

Mad Scientist

4 mp3 1996
6

Same Ol' Shit

4 mp3 1993
7

Ruthless For Life

4 mp3 1998
8

Comin' After You

5 mp3 1998
9

Ruthless For Life

12 mp3 1998
10

Shock Of The Hour

11 mp3 1993
11

Kizz My Black Azz

7 mp3 2003
12

Mad Scientist

4 mp3 1996
13

Kizz My Black Azz

6 mp3 1992-06-30
14

Who In The F*** / Comin' After You

8 mp3 1998
15

Ruthless For Life

12 mp3 1998
16

Keep It Real

4 mp3 1996
17

Mayday On The Frontline

3 mp3 1993 MCA Records
18

Shock Of The Hour

11 mp3 1993
19

Kizz My Black Azz

6 mp3 1992-06-30
20

Shock Of The Hour

11 mp3 1993 Ruthless Records
21

The Final Frontier

2 mp3 1992
22

Gangsta / Premeditated Murder

2 mp3 Mo Beatz Records!
23

The Ballad Of Jimmy Bones / The Legend Of Jimmy Bones

3 mp3 2001
24

The Final Frontier

2 mp3 1992
25

Ruthless For Life

3 mp3 1998 Ruthless Records
26

Ruthless For Life

12 mp3 1998 Ruthless Records
27

Ruthless For Life

4 mp3 1998
28

Ruthless For Life

12 mp3 1998 Ruthless Records
29

Ruthless For Life

3 mp3 1998 Ruthless Records
30

MC Ren

6 mp3 1992-06-30
31

The Maxi Single

4 mp3 2004 Villain Entertainment
32

Who In The

2 mp3 1998 Ruthless Records
33

Ruthless For Life

12 mp3 1998
34

Ruthless For Life

4 mp3 1998
35

The Final Frontier

2 mp3 1992 Ruthless Records
36

Keep It Real

4 mp3 1996 Ruthless Records
37

Forget What Ya Heard

3 mp3 1994 Ruthless Records
38

The Villain In Black

11 mp3 1996 Ruthless Records
39

Renincarnated

10 mp3 2009-10-31 Villain Entertainment
40

Rebel Music

3 mp3 2014-03-27 Villain Entertainment
41

Renincarnated

3 mp3 2009-08-11 Villain Entertainment
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Ren grew up in the rough area of east Compton where he began rapping at school parties during the early 80's. Through DJ Train, he was introduced to Eazy-E and soon became a part of the N.W.A. collective. Ren debuted on the group's first single, "8-Ball", in 1987. The following year Ren helped write the tracks for the album Eazy-Duz-It and appeared on "2 Hard Mutha's".
His rhyming ability caught the group's attention and he soon landed a spot as a founding member of N.W.A. Ren enjoyed great success as N.W.A. sold over five million records from 1988-1991 and became the first gangsta rap group to have an album reach the Billboard #1 spot.
Financial disputes would eventually dissolve the group in 1991-92, however MC Ren stuck with [l=Ruthless Records and put out the six-track E.P. Kizz My Black Azz. Released on the heels of N.W.A's success and the gangsta rap craze, it went gold with help from producer Bobcat, DJ Train, and the single "Final Frontier". Before releasing his debut album, MC Ren converted to the Nation of Islam and expressed his views with a hardcore flavor on the album Shock of the Hour. Sadly the deaths of Eazy-E and DJ Train took a toll on Ren when he released the less successful Villain in Black album in 1996.
Two years later he followed up with a comeback album, Ruthless For Life, before leaving Ruthless Records. His notoriety helped Ren appear on various albums by Dr. Dre, Ice Cube, Cypress Hill, Snoop Dogg and Kurupt. Five years after his last album, MC Ren released a maxi-single in March of 2004 on an independent label, followed by a movie later in the year.

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