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|Parent company||Rush Associated Labels|
|Founded||1989; 32 years ago|
|Distributor(s)||Sony Music, PolyGram|
|Genre||Hip hop, new jack swing, R&B, rap rock|
|Country of origin||United States|
|Location||New York City, New York, U.S.|
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JMJ Records is an Americanrecord label which was founded in 1989 by Jason Mizell, better known as Jam Master Jay from Run-D.M.C. The label was relaunched in 2017 by Jam Master J'Son, the oldest son of the legendary Jam Master Jay. The label released such artists as The Afros, Fam-Lee, Onyx, Jayo Felony, Suga and 50 Cent. The label closed in 2002 after the murder of its founder only to reopen in 2017 under Jam Master J's oldest son Jam Master J'Son. Throughout the duration of its existence, JMJ Records has released 6 studio albums and about 25 singles.
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JMJ Records was founded in 1989 by Jason Mizell, better known as Jam Master Jay from Run-D.M.C. The label was distributed by Sony Music and PolyGram. The label folded in 2002 after the murder of its founder in his own recording studio 24/7 Studios, in Jamaica, Queens on October 30, 2002.
The first label artist was The Afros, which consisted of Kool Tee (Tadone Hill), DJ Kippy-O (Kip Morgan) and Beastie Boys's DJ Hurricane (Wendell Fite). The group name stands for 'A Funky Rhythmic Organization Of Sounds'. Their single 'Feel It' was the first single released on the label in 1990. The group's debut and only album, Kickin' Afrolistics, was released on JMJ Records on August 14, 1990. All music on the album was produced by David Reeves, better known as Davy DMX, and Jason Mizell. The material for the second album was recorded, but it was never released. The group also took a part in the recording of the song 'Pause' by Run-D.M.C, which was originally released on the 'Ghostbusters' single in 1989.
In 1991, Jay signed Fam-Lee, which included four brothers by the name of: Berkley, Anthony, Keef and Coree Pearyer from Plainfield, New Jersey. Their late uncle, Glen Goins, was a member of the Bootsy's Rubber Band and P-Funk. In 1991, four singles were released, which included videos: 'You're The One For Me', 'Love Me', 'Always On My Mind' and 'Runs In The Fam-Lee'. The single 'Runs In The Fam-Lee' also features a remix that was produced by the producer of Onyx, Chyskillz. In 1992, Fam-Lee released on JMJ Records their debut album Runs In The Fam-Lee. The group recorded songs in the popular at that time new jack swing style and performed songs mainly about love. Jam Master Jay produced almost all of their songs.
In 1993, JMJ Records scored a success with Onyx, whose debut album Bacdafucup went Platinum in the same year, thanks to their popular single 'Slam', which became a hip hop anthem, and also awarded Platinum in the same year.
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In 1994, Jay signed gangsta rapperJayo Felony from San Diego, California. The result of this deal was the debut album Take a Ride, released in 1995.
In 1995, JMJ signed female rapper Suga (a.k.a. Sweet Tee), whose single, 'What's Up Star?', was included on the soundtrack for The Show.
In 1996, Jay took under his wing a young Curtis Jackson, whom he allowed to use the professional equipment in a recording studio and gave him the first real opportunities for performances in front of an audience. In 1997, Jackson released on JMJ Records debut single 'The Glow / The Hit' under the name Fifty-Cent. In 1998, Fifty took a part in the recording of the song 'React' for the third album of Onyx, Shut 'Em Down. Jay produced debut album for Fifty Cent, which he had planned to release under JMJ. However, after a frustrating writing process and several production delays, the album was postponed and never saw the light of day. To date, there are very few remnants of 50 Cent's early work with Jam Master Jay. However, Jay's mentorship helped Fifty get the close attention of several executive producers from Columbia Records, who appreciated his talent and signed to their label in 1999.
In 2017, JMJ Records was re-opened by Jam Master Jay's son, Jason Mizell Jr., also known as Jam Master J'Son & partner Richy718.
- The Afros
- [Char Elizabeth] aka Charlene Cockett
- 1990: The Afros - Kickin' Afrolistics
- 1992: Fam-Lee – Runs In The Fam-Lee
- 1993: Onyx – Bacdafucup
- 1995: Jayo Felony – Take a Ride
- 1995: Onyx – All We Got Iz Us
- 1998: Onyx – Shut 'Em Down
- 1990: The Afros - 'Feel It'
- 1991: Fam-Lee – 'Always On My Mind'
- 1991: Fam-Lee – 'Runs In The Fam-Lee'
- 1991: Fam-Lee – 'Love Me'
- 1992: Fam-Lee – 'You're The One For Me'
- 1992: Onyx – 'Throw Ya Gunz'
- 1993: Onyx – 'Bacdafucup / Throw Ya Gunz'
- 1993: Onyx – 'Slam'
- 1993: Onyx – 'Slam - The Alternatives'
- 1993: Onyx – 'Shifftee'
- 1993: Onyx – 'Da Nex Niguz / Da Nex DingDong'
- 1994: Jayo Felony – 'Niggas And Bitches'
- 1995: Jayo Felony – 'Sherm Stick / Homicide'
- 1995: Jayo Felony – 'I'ma Keep Bangin' / Livin' Foe Dem 4 Thangs'
- 1995: Suga – 'Breakin' MC'
- 1995: Suga – 'What's Up Star?'
- 1995: Onyx – 'Live!!! / Walk In New York'
- 1995: Onyx – 'Last Dayz'
- 1995: Onyx – 'Evil Streets (Remix) / Purse Snatchers Pt. 2'
- 1995: Onyx – 'Shout (Remix) / Most Def'
- 1995: Onyx / Kali Ranks – 'Live!!! / Kill Dem All'
- 1997: Fifty-Cent – 'The Glow / The Hit'
- 1997: Cream Team – 'The Knock'
- 1998: Onyx – 'Shut 'Em Down'
- 1998: Onyx – 'React'
- 1998: Onyx – 'Broke Willies / Ghetto Starz'
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The discography of American hardcorehip hop group Onyx consist of 9 studio albums, 1 collaborative album, 1 EP, 8 compilation albums, 22 soundtracks and 60 singles. Eight singles of the group were in the top ten of the Billboard charts. The group's debut album, Bacdafucup, is considered the best-selling rap album released in 1993. He has been at the top of the US charts and was certified as platinum due to their smash rowdy hit Slam, which to this day is considered the most commercially successful single in the history of hip-hop.
|Title||Album details||Peak chart positions||Certifications|
|Billboard 200||Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums|
|All We Got Iz Us||22||2|
|Shut 'Em Down||10||3|
|Bacdafucup: Part II||46||11|
|Onyx 4 Life||-||-|
|2017||Shotgunz In Hell (with Dope D.O.D.)|
|2008||Cold Case Files: Vol. 1|
|2009||100 Mad Niggaz With Gunz (Hosted By DJ Omega Red)|
|2010||100 Mad. Part 2 (Hosted by DJ Motion)|
|2012||Cold Case Files: Vol. 2|
|2019||Onyx present 100 Mad|
- August 21, 1993: Strapped
- September 14, 1993: Judgment Night
- October 14, 1993: Beavis and Butt-Head ('Buff 'N' Stuff')
- March 18, 1994: Beavis and Butt-Head ('Rabies Scare')
- April 6, 1995: The Addiction
- August 15, 1995: The Show
- April 23, 1996: Sunset Park
- February 17, 1998: Ride (Music From The Dimension Motion Picture)
- December 21, 2001: How High
- October 29, 2002: 8 Mile
- March 18, 2003: The Shield
- October 24, 2005: Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories
- July 14, 2009: A Day in the Life
- June 19, 2015: Dope
- December 13, 2015: Brooklyn Nine-Nine
- August 5, 2016: The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon
- December 17, 2016: Why Him?
- June 7, 2016: Never Back Down: No Surrender
- February 16, 2017: Fist Fight
- June 23, 2017: Silicon Valley (Music from the HBO Original Series)
- May 24, 2020: Tiger Slam
- August 14, 2020: Ted Lasso ('Biscuits')
Onyx Discogs Download
|2015||Against All Authorities|
|Billboard Hot||UK Singles Chart|
|100||R&B/Hip-Hop Songs||Rap Tracks||Hot Dance Music/Maxi-Singles Sales|
|1990||'Ah, And We Do It Like This'||-||-||-||-||-|
|1992||'Throw Ya Gunz'||81||61||1||24||34||Bacdafucup|
|'Da Nex Niguz/Da Nex DingDong'||-||-||-||-||-|
|'Judgment Night' (with Biohazard)||-||-||-||-||-||Judgment Night|
|1995||'Live Niguz'||-||81||17||13||-||All We Got Iz Us|
|1996||'Thangz Changed'||-||-||-||-||-||Sunset Park|
|1997||'Vissi D'Arte'||-||-||-||-||-||The Rapsody Overture|
|1998||'The Worst' (with Wu-Tang Clan)||-||64||22||6||-||Ride|
Shut 'Em Down
|'React' (featuring 50 Cent, Bonifucco, Still Livin' and X-1)||-||62||44||-||-||Shut 'Em Down|
|'Shut 'Em Down' (featuring DMX)||-||61||43||26||-|
|'Broke Willies / Ghetto Starz'||-||-||-||-||-|
|2002||'Hold Up'||-||-||-||-||-||Bacdafucup Part II|
|'Big Trucks/Bring 'Em Out Dead'||-||-||-||-||-|
|'Slam Harder/Hold Up'||-||-||-||-||-|
|'Slam Harder/Bring 'Em Out Dead'||-||-||-||-||-|
|2003||'Mama Cryin'/Wild N Here'||-||-||-||-||-||Triggernometry|
|2008||'Neva Goin' Bac'||-||-||-||-||-||Black Rock|
|2009||'Money In The Sky' (featuring Saprano The Great)||-||-||-||-||-|
|'Black Rock (U Know Wht It Iz)'||-||-||-||-||-||Black Rock|
|'The Real Black Rock'||-||-||-||-||-|
|'Love Is a Gun' (featuring Mezmo)||-||-||-||-||-|
|'Blinded By The Light' (featuring Optimus)||-||-||-||-||-|
|2010||'Black Hoodie Rap' (featuring Makem Pay)||-||-||-||-||-||CUZO|
|'I'm So 90's'||-||-||-||-||-|
|'If The Hood Was Mine' (featuring Keith Robinson)||-||-||-||-||-|
|'We On That' (featuring Young Kazh)||-||-||-||-||-|
|'You Ain't Ready For Me'||-||-||-||-||-|
|'What You Gonna Do'||-||-||-||-||-|
|2012||'2012' (featuring Myster DL)||-||-||-||-||-|
|'Belly Of The Beast'||-||-||-||-||-|
|2013||'Slam' (Re-Recorded)||-||-||-||-||-||Urban Classics of the 80's 90's & 2000's|
|2014||'Crime Pays'||-||-||-||-||-||Crime Pays - Single|
|'Last Dayz' (Re-Recorded)||-||-||-||-||-||Songs of the 90's|
|'WakeDaFucUp' (featuring Dope D.O.D.)||-||-||-||-||-||#WakeDaFucUp|
|'We Don't Fuckin' Care' (featuring A$AP Ferg & Sean Price)||-||-||-||-||-|
|'The Tunnel' (featuring Cormega)||-||-||-||-||-|
|2015||'Against All Authorities'||-||-||-||-||-||Against All Authorities|
|'Strike Bac' (featuring Sick Flo)||-||-||-||-||-|
|2016||'Jingle Bells, Shotgun Shells'||-||-||-||-||-||Hip Hop & R&B Christmas Gold|
|'Do U Back Down' (Re-Recorded)||-||-||-||-||-||Never Back Down: No Surrender|
|2017||'XXX'||-||-||-||-||-||Shotgunz in Hell|
|'Problem Child'||-||-||-||-||-||Silicon Valley (Music from the HBO Original Series)|
|2018||'Ima F*ckin Rockstar' (featuring Skyzoo)||-||-||-||-||-||Black Rock|
|'O.D.' (featuring R.A. The Rugged Man)||-||-||-||-||-|
|2019||«Ain’t No Time To Rest» (featuring Dope D.O.D.)||-||-||-||-||-||SnowMads|
|«Kill Da Mic»||-||-||-||-||-|
|«Mad Shoot Outs» (featuring Flee Lord)||-||-||-||-||-|
|2020||«Rat Tat Tat» (featuring Quadro & Ufo Fev)||-||-||-||-||-|
|«Street Art» (featuring SickFlo)||-||-||-||-||-|
|«Bandits» (featuring DJ Access & Snowgoons)||-||-||-||-||-|
|«Kill Da Mic (Remix)» (featuring Ali (45 Scientific))||-||-||-||-||-|
|«Jingle Bells, Shotgun Shells»||-||-||-||-||-|
- 1993: 'Livin' Loc'd' by Bo$$ (feat. Onyx) from Bo$$ Born Gangstaz
- 1993: 'A Blind Date With Boss' by Bo$$ (feat. Onyx) from Bo$$ Born Gangstaz
- 1993: 'Get Open' by Run-D.M.C. (feat. Onyx) from Run-D.M.C. Down With The King
- 1993: 'Three Little Indians' by Run-D.M.C. (feat. Onyx) from Run-D.M.C. Down With The King
- 1995: 'I'll Murder You Remix' by Gang Green (feat. Onyx) from Gang Green I'll Murder You - Single
- 1997: 'Santa Baby' by Rev. Run (feat. Mase, Diddy, Snoop Dogg, Salt-N-Pepa, Onyx & Keith Murray) from Various Artists A Very Special Christmas 3
- 1998: 'Xtreme' by All City (feat. Onyx) from All City Metropolis Gold
- 1999: 'Roc-In-It' by Deejay Punk-Roc (feat. Onyx) from Deejay Punk-Roc Deejay Punk-Roc vs. Onyx – Roc-In-It
- 1999: 'NY, NY' by Ice-T (feat. Onyx) from Ice-T The Seventh Deadly Sin
- 2001: 'Shut 'Em Down 2001' by Stone Rivers (feat. Sticky Fingaz, Fredro Starr) from Stone Rivers All My Life
- 2002: 'Go Hard (Remix)' by Made Men (feat. Onyx, Cadillac Tah & Black Child, Kurupt, Crooked I & Eastwood) from Made Men Rebirth Of The West Coast EP
- 2003: 'Flatdafuccout' by Vishiss (feat. Fredro Starr & Sticky Fingaz)
- 2003: 'Last Days Reloaded' by Dead Prez (feat. Onyx) from Dead Prez Turn Off The Radio: The Mixtape Vol. 2-Get Free Or Die Tryin'
- 2005: 'Don't Go' by Darryl Riley (feat. Onyx & Henesseys) from Darryl Riley Man On Fire
- 2009: 'International Thug' by Mal Da Udal (feat. Onyx) from Mal Da Udal International Thug
- 2009: 'International Thug' by Mal Da Udal (feat. Onyx) (Thug Version) from Mal Da Udal International Thug
- 2009: 'Vodka Rap' by Mal Da Udal (feat. Fredro Starr, B-Reign & Partymaker_Stef) from Mal Da Udal International Thug
- 2010: 'Say What' by Mal Da Udal (feat. Onyx & Dzham) from Mal Da Udal Рэп не ради денег
- 2010: 'Vrijeme je' by Nered & Stoka (feat. Onyx)
- 2010: 'Запоминай' by ZB (feat. Onyx, Soprano, TK) from ZB Авородз
- 2011: 'Arretez Les Tchatches' by Storm B (feat. Onyx)
- 2011: 'Bringin' Bac Da Madface' by Annakin Slayd (feat. Fredro Starr & Sticky Fingaz of Onyx) from Annakin Slayd Once More We Survive
- 2011: 'Get 'Em!' by Deep Frost (feat. Onyx & MC Profound)
- 2011: 'Ready For War' by Soulkast (feat. Onyx & Brahi) from Soulkast Honoris Causa
- 2011: 'Corner Store Hip-Hop' by SYDAFX (feat. Onyx)
- 2012: 'Classic Hardcore (feat. Onyx) by Babo (feat. Onyx) from Babo Legends never die
- 2012: 'Vandalize Shit' by Snak The Ripper (feat. Onyx) from Snak The Ripper White Dynamite
- 2012: 'Dogz' by Agallah (feat. Onyx)
- 2012: 'Bloodsport' by Duke Montana (feat. Onyx) from Duke Montana Stay Gold
- 2012: '45 Game' by Monstar361 & Massaka (feat. Onyx) from Monstar361 & Massaka Blutbeton 2
- 2012: 'Colabo' by Slums Attack (feat. Onyx & TEWU) from Slums Attack CNO2
- 2012: 'Sweet Nothing' by So Sick Social Club (feat. Onyx & Jason Rockman of Slaves On Dope) from So Sick Social Club Dead Friends Don't Tell
- 2012: 'My Purpose' by Young Noble (feat. Onyx & E.D.I.) from Young Noble Outlaw Rydahz, Vol. 1
- 2013: 'Yasanan Dram' by Onder Sahin & Rahmi Polat a.k.a. Babo (feat. Onyx & Ceza & Crak)
- 2013: 'Fuck Out My Face' by ASAP Ferg (feat. B-Real, Onyx & Aston Matthews) from ASAP Ferg Trap Lord
- 2013: 'Unite 2 United' by Click Click Boom (feat. Onyx) from Click Click Boom Click Click Boom
- 2013: 'Panic Room' by Dope D.O.D. (feat. Onyx) from Dope D.O.D. Da Roach
- 2013: 'Small World' by Krazy K (feat. Onyx) from Krazy K Small World
- 2013: 'We Get Live' by Myster DL (feat. Onyx) from Myster DL We Get Live
- 2013: 'Do U Bac Down' by Snowgoons (feat. Onyx) from Snowgoons Black Snow 2
- 2014: 'Represent' by N'Pans (feat. Onyx) from N'Pans Aktsent
- 2014: 'Represent' (Portuguese - Creole version) by N'Pans (feat. Onyx) from N'Pans Aktsent
- 2014: 'My Brother's Keeper' by DJ Kay Slay (feat. The Outlawz, Onyx) from DJ Kay Slay The Last Hip Hop Disciple (Mixtape)
- 2014: 'Schocktherapie' by Best.E (feat. Satan & Onyx) from Best.E Der Blaue Reiter
- 2014: 'Schocktherapie' (Remix) by Best.E (feat. Satan & Onyx)
- 2014: 'Mayday' by Dirrty D & Morsdood (feat. Onyx)
- 2014: 'Get Up' by DJ Jean Maron (feat. Onyx) from DJ Jean Maron True School
- 2014: 'Coming for You' by Ryzhun (feat. Onyx)
- 2014: 'Bazdmeg' by Killakikitt (feat. Onyx) from Killakikitt KillaGoons
- 2014: 'Madd Rush' by OptiMystic (feat. Onyx & JR.) from OptiMystic Day Of The Guiding Light
- 2015: 'Fight' by Лигалайз (feat. Onyx) from Лигалайз Fight - Single
- 2015: 'Nobody Move' by MoSS (feat. Onyx & Havoc) from MoSS Marching to the Sound of My Own Drum
- 2015: 'Las Calles Me Lo Exigen' by Tankeone (feat. Onyx) from Tankeone Las Calles Me Lo Exigen - Single
- 2016: 'Downward Spiral' by Ras Kass (feat. Freddie Foxxx & Onyx) from Ras Kass Intellectual Property: SOI2
- 2016: 'E.A.T.' by Ali Vegas (feat. Onyx & a Dash) from Ali Vegas Just Let Me Rhyme
- 2016: 'Give It Up' by Рем Дигга (feat. Onyx) from Рем Дигга 42/37
- 2016: 'Freestyle' by Sam The Sleezbag & DJ Mekalek (feat. Onyx, Bishop Brigante) from Sam The Sleezbag & DJ Mekalek #SleezbagMekalekTape
- 2017: 'Slam Wieder' by Eko Fresh (feat. Samy Deluxe, Afrob & Onxy) from Eko Fresh König von Deutschland
- 2017: 'Hardcore Rap' by Klee Magor (feat. Onyx) from Klee Magor Hardcore Rap (feat. ONYX) - Single
- 2017: '900' by Onyx, H16 & DMS
- 2017: '100 Mad Vets' by N.B.S. (feat. Onyx) from N.B.S. 100 Mad Vets - Single
- 2018: 'Where They At' by N.B.S. (feat. Onyx) from N.B.S. SwissVets 2
- 2018: 'Heat' by Suspect (feat. Onyx) from Suspect Razorblade Music
- 2018: 'Out for Blood' by Armada the Producer (feat. Onyx, Kali Ranks) from Armada the Producer The Formula - EP
- 2018: 'Uliczna Autonomia 2' by Street Autonomy (feat. Onyx) from Street Autonomy Uliczna Autonomia
- 2018: 'Turn The Volume Up' by N.B.S. (feat. Onyx) from N.B.S. Lost In Budapest
- 2018: 'Make It Count' by Larceny (feat. Onyx) from Larceny Make It Count
- 2018: 'Represent' (Remix) by N'Pans (feat. Onyx) from N'Pans Легенда
- 2019: 'Murda' by Marso & Bobkata (feat. Onyx)
- 2020: «Whats Up» by Lords of the Underground (feat. Onyx) from Lords of the Underground So Legendary
- 2020: «6 Feet» by Crack Brodas (feat. Onyx) from Crack Brodas 6 Feet - Single
- 2020: «Golden Era» by Yumalesra (feat. Onyx) from Yumalesra Golden Era (feat. Onyx) - Single
- 2020: «B******t» by Sick Boy Simon & Dirty Dagoes (feat. Onyx) from Sick Boy Simon & Dirty Dagoes B******t (feat. Onyx) - Single
- 2020: «We Made It Up» by Iceman (feat. Onyx) from Iceman We Made It Up - Single
Onyx Slam Discogs
- 1992: 'Throw Ya Gunz' Directed by Diane Martel
- 1992: 'Bacdafucup' Directed by Steve Carr
- 1993: 'Slam' Directed by Parris Mayhew
- 1993: 'Da Nex Niguz' Directed by Brett Ratner
- 1993: 'Shifftee' Directed by Parris Mayhew
- 1993: 'Slam' (Bionyx Remix) (feat. Biohazard) Directed by Parris Mayhew
- 1993: 'Judgment Night' (feat. Biohazard) Directed by David Perez Shadi
- 1995: 'All We Got Iz Us' Directed by Joseph Kahn
- 1995: 'Last Dayz' Directed by Joseph Kahn
- 1995: 'I'll Murder You' (feat. Gang Green) Directed by Zodiac Fishgrease
- 1995: 'Live Niguz' Directed by Diane Martel
- 1995: 'Walk In New York' Directed by Zodiac Fishgrease
- 1998: 'Shut 'Em Down' (feat. DMX) Directed by Gregory Dark
- 1998: 'The Worst' (feat. Wu-Tang Clan) Directed by Diane Martel
- 1998: 'React' (feat. Still Livin', X1 & 50 Cent) Directed by Little X
- 1998: 'Broke Willies' Directed by Little X
- 2002: 'Slam Harder' Directed by Zodiac Fishgrease
- 2008: 'Neva Goin' Bac' Directed by Russell Harvin & Fredro Starr
- 2009: 'Money In The Sky' (feat. Soprano Da Great)
- 2009: 'Black Rock (U Know Wht It Iz)' Directed by Jeffrey Elmont
- 2009: 'The Real Black Rock' (Dame Dash Diss W- Jay-Z Soundalike Voice-overs) Directed by Jeffrey Elmont
- 2010: 'Black Hoodie Rap' (feat. MakemPay) Directed by Sticky Fingaz
- 2011: 'Classic Terror' Directed by Sticky Fingaz
- 2011: 'I'm So 90's' Directed by Brazil
- 2011: 'Mad Energy' Directed by Sticky Fingaz
- 2011: 'We On That' (feat. Young Kazh) Directed by Big Shot Music INC.
- 2011: 'Wut U Gonna Do' Directed by Myster DL
- 2011: 'Hammers On Deck' Directed by Myster DL
- 2011: 'You Ain't Ready For Me' Directed by Big Shot Music INC.
- 2012: '2012' (feat. Myster DL) Directed by Myster DL
- 2012: '2012' (Russian version) Directed by Ярослав Кардэлло и Артем Стряпан
- 2012: 'Belly Of The Beast' Directed by Kevin KJ Johnson
- 2014: '#WakeDaFucUp' (feat. Dope D.O.D.) Directed by Home Run
- 2014: 'Whut Whut' Directed by Big Shot Music INC.
- 2014: 'Buc Bac' Directed by DJ Illegal; Filmed by Gigo Flow; Edited by SirQlate
- 2014: 'Hammers On Deck' Directed by Brian De Palma
- 2014: 'TurnDaFucUp' Directed by Rome York & Trash Secco
- 2014: 'The Realest' Directed by Big Shot Music INC.
- 2015: 'Against All Authorities' Directed by Rome York
- 2015: 'Fuck Da Law' Directed by Rome York
- 2016: '#WakeDaFucUp Reloaded' (feat. Dope D.O.D.) Directed by Home Run
- 2016: 'BOOM!!' Directed by Eyes Jacking
- 2016: 'Slam' (Devil s Domain movie) Directed by Jared Cohn
- 2017: 'Hustlin Hours' Directed by DJ Illegal
- 2017: 'XXX' by Onyx & Dope D.O.D. Directed and edited by Andres Fouche
- 2017: 'Piro' by Onyx & Dope D.O.D. Animation by Martijn Bosgraaf, Ricardo Gómez & Lars Kiewiet
- 2017: 'Don't Sleep' by Onyx & Dope D.O.D. Directed and edited by Andres Fouche
- 2018: 'Black Rock' Directed by Vicente Cordero
- 2019: 'Ain't No Time To Rest' (feat. Dope D.O.D.) Directed by Gigo Flow
- 2019: 'Kill Da Mic' Directed by Rok Kadoic
- 2019: 'Monsters Gorillas' Directed by ShotByDon
- 2020: 'Hoodies Down' Directed by Gigo Flow & DJ Illegal
- 2021: 'Coming Outside' Directed by Vicente Cordero / Industrialism Films
- 2021: 'Ahh Yeah' Directed by Vicente Cordero / Industrialism Films
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