Shuriken Monsta Farm (Silver Bullet uk rapper)
Silver Bullet had been rapping for years, long before his move from Twyford High School acton Town LONDON to buckingham, His first released work followed his move to Aylesbury, where he became part of the group Triple Element, who released "What's Dat Sound?" (also Tam Tam, 1988). Having come to the attention of the label, they went on to release his single "Bring Forth the Guillotine". Bullet's frenetic, hardcore delivery and the hook of a James Brown sample ("Superbad") were an instant success and the single was twice re-issued with remixes by Ben Chapman and Norman Cook. The single was immediately followed by "20 Seconds to Comply", which was just as popular by reaching number eleven in the UK Singles Charts. Bullet's frantic rapping was this time put up against samples from the film RoboCop and, in particular, a sample of ED-209 (from which the track took its name) (the track took its name from a run-in Bullet and his posse had with the law in Notting Hill Carnival).
Those waiting for a follow-up had to linger, as Silver Bullet's success brought him to the attention of Parlophone. He moved to them to release the single "Undercover Anarchist" (1991), and the album Bring Down the Walls: No Limits Squad Returns.
Silver Bullet went on to guest on a variety of other artists tracks, then performed and toured with Ultramagnetic MC's / EnVogue. Bullet spent most of his time in the states but was two and fro back from England on regular occasion . Bullet also toured with Public Enemy, and liaised with russell simmons and Lyor Cohen before relaunching himself as Silvah Bullet in 1998. A series of singles followed, and an album was recorded but never released, as the label Arthrob, a Warners subsidiary went bankrupt. He recorded "Red Rum Special" in 2003 which has not been released. His most recent single was "Se7en" (Control Tower, 2004). ~ wiki en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Silver_Bullet_(rapper)