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Back in the early 90’s Necro would travel around different hoods as a teenager rapping with different crews in ciphers. This is what you did if you were serious about rapping, it was part of the culture, and a way to sharpen your sword and get feedback on if you had anything. These rhymes Necro are spitting are some of his first rhymes, as he was developing his style, and feeling out different techniques. You’ll notice the flows change alot, and it goes from funny to obscene to violent all in the same verse, even as far back as 1992. by 1993 Necro would start developing his Death Rap style after making tracks like “Do The Charles Manson” and then “Garbage Bag” in 1994 – Necro’s first rap name was “Mad Mooney” – it was a character from a Clive Barker book – by 1994 Necro adopted the name “Necrophiliac” which ended up being shortened to Necro naturally, and also because Necro didnt want to be known for fucking dead bodies hahahaha – Necro means death and had a broader meaning which was dope + Necro’s influences are death metal influenced so it made sense.