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Birth nameTyrone Wrice
OriginCalifornia, United States
InstrumentsSynthesizer, keyboards, turntables, drum machine, sampler
Years active1994–2002, 2013
Associated acts

Tyrone Wrice, better known by his stage name Hurt-M-Badd, is an American singer and record producer. He is a former member of short-lived R&B duo B-Rezell with Marc "MGM" McWilliams, which appeared on Death Row Records 1994 compilations Murder Was the Case and Above the Rim – The Soundtrack before the break-up. He participated on 2Pac's 1996 The Don Killuminati: The 7 Day Theory album, most notably produced the single "Hail Mary". In 1997 he co-produced one song each for The Lady of Rage's debut album and Gang Related – The Soundtrack . From 1998 to 2002, he continued to produce songs for the Outlawz and 2Pac's posthumous releases, [1] [2] [3] as well as worked with Willie D and Snypaz. In 2013 he produced a bonus track for Fatal's The Interview: It's Not a Gimmik 2 Me .



Guest appearances

List of non-single guest appearances, with other performing artists, showing year released and album name
TitleYearOther performer(s)Album
"Horny"1994B-Rezell Murder Was the Case
"Blowed Away" Above the Rim – The Soundtrack
"Hold Ya Head"1996 2Pac Makaveli - The Don Killuminati: The 7 Day Theory
"Hammer Time Brings It" MC Hammer Too Tight
"If I Was White"2000 Willie D Loved by Few, Hated by Many
"She Likes 2 Ball"

Production discography

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