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Sumbody Stop Me Befo' I Offend Sumbody!
  • Artist: Moe Nitty
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 735231777826
  • Item #: SRD177782
  • Genre: Rap/Hip Hop
  • Release Date: 8/8/2006
  • This product is a special order
  • Rank: 1000000000
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Price: $6.29

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Sumbody Stop Me Befo' I Offend Sumbody! on CD

ABOUT MOE NITTY... Highland Park-native Moe Nitty always seemed passionate about writing. In 2001, Moe decided to take his passion even further as he co-wrote and self-published his first book of poetry, State of Confusion. State of Confusion was a collage of heartfelt writings depicting the confusion of youth as they make a transformation from teeny-boppers to young adults. Moe went on to co-write and self-publish yet another, but bolder, poetry book, What's Your Paranoia, in 2002. In 1998, Moe Nitty started Nitty Tight Records. In early 2000, the group 313 AFFILIATION, consisting of Moe Nitty, Sho-U-Rite, and Kill Will, released their debut album, 'State Of Confusion'. Tracks included TIME TO CHECK DA DOLLARS and STOMACH'S PLAYING TRICKS ON ME. In late 2000, 313 AFFILIATION underwent reconstruction, losing Sho-U-Rite and adding new members, Latin sensation, Eloy, and the animated big-man, Bigg E. Ski. In the Spring of 2001, 'Peoples Shit Exposed' was released. This grimy, non-commercial composition consisted of anti-bling tracks, like REAL SHIT, and LET ME SHINE. In 2003, Moe Nitty composed, recorded and released his first solo project, 'Small Time Hustler, Big Time Dreams'. Da Nitty Man touched many subject, from the joy of sex with I FEEL GOOD, to the likeness between the rap game and the dope game with DA TAKEOVER, and ONLY TIME WILL TELL, a street savvy motivation. With the crowd pleaser WHO PUT YOU ON, the CD was well received by the immediate public. In early 2005, Moe Nitty released yet another solo project, 'Sumbody Stop Me Befo' I Offend Sumbody'. Serving as the retail version of 'Small Time Hustler...' showcases a few old bangers, DA TAKEOVER and LYRICAL BEATDOWN, as well as many new hot recordings such as IF U WERE MINE and SELFISH LUVA.