Count Bass D

Count Bass D

Young Dwight Farrell spent his youth honing his skills on multiple instruments, gaining a music scholarship to the Wyoming Seminary Boarding School in Pennsylvania, and even gigging as a jazz sideman. He wasn't, however, immune to the lure and influence of hip-hop and displayed enough talent as a rapper that he quickly landed a recording contract as Count Bass D in 1993 with Pete Nice (3rd Bass) and Bobbito's Hoppoh imprint on Columbia Records.

Setting the tone for his entire career, Count's debut album Pre-Life Crisis pushed boundaries and... more