Jesse West was one of the first rappers signed to Motown Records and in 1989, released the album “No Prisoners”.
One of Bad Boy Records’ original “Hitmen”, West recorded Biggie Smalls first demo as well as produced remixes for songs on Mary J Blige‘s album, “What’s the 411?”.
As rapper 3rd Eye, Jesse West is noted for being the first rapper to coin the term “bling” on Super Cat’s 1993 hit “Dolly My Baby (Remix)” – a song that West produced, and also featured Puff Daddy and a young Biggie Smalls in his record debut.
02. If It Ain’t Rough (ft. Troo Kula)
05. Dear Lord
06. Troopers Reprezent (ft. Top Quality, Zone 7, Lord Finesse, Nine)
07. Scared Of Revolution
08. Show Me Where You’re Comin From
09. 360 Degrees
10. Naw Mean (ft. Nine)
11. One Day
12. Put Your Boots On