Too Short           Erick Sermon               Kid Ink              Layzie Bone                Coolio

E-40                    Mistah Fab                  SILK                   Young Buck                Mac Dre

Baby Bash          Grand Master Flash   Ludacris            Sir Mix-a-lot               Young Jeezy

Jay Tee                Jagged Edge               DJ Quik              Russel Simmons        DJ UNK

K-Ci & Jo Jo         Al B. Sure                    Ginuwine          Jon B.                          Boyz 2 Men

Joe Torrey          Gary Payton                 SWV                  Dru Hill                        Lil Scrappy

Eddie Griffen     Vin Baker                     Sisqo                Shang                          Jason Terry

Bell Biv Devoe    Brian McKnight          Blackstreet       112                              Color Me Badd

Next                    Shawn Kemp              Jay Lamont       T-Pain                         2 Major All Star 


Save The Last Dance 2

Theatrical Release: 2006

MPAA Rating: PG-13

Starring: Izabella Miko, Columbus Short, Jacqueline Bisset,

Aubrey Dollar, Ne-Yo

Director: Duane Adler, Kwame Nyanning

Note: Funkdaddy produced the track "Funk Mix" featured in the movie.

I-5 North

Theatrical Release: 2002

Starring: Artists from the Emerald City (Seattle Washington) show their skills and throw down their battle rhymes. Featuring appearances by: Mr. Davey D, E-Dawg, Funk Daddy, Massive Monkees, J Boogie, and more!

Studio: Multimedia 2000

Note: Funkdaddy did the score for this movie.


3 Strikes

Theatrical Release: 2000

MPAA Rating: R

Starring: E-40, N'Bushe Wright, Vincent Schiavelli, Faizon Love, Brian Hooks, David Alan Grier, De'Aundre Bonds

Director: D.J. Pooh

Note: Funkdaddy produced the E-40 track "I'm Straight" featured in both the movie and the soundtrack.


Dangerous Minds

Network Release: ABC 1996-1997

Starring: Annie Potts, Stanley Anderson, Maria Costa, Jenny Gago, Tamala Jones.

Executive Producer: Dina Frolov and Andrew Schneider

Note: The track "Beat With Funk Daddy" performed by Francci and produced by Funkdaddy was used in the score of the show.


Rhyme & Reason

Theatrical Release: 1997

MPAA Rating: R

Starring: Notorious B.I.G., Dr. Dre, Ice T, Wu Tang Clan, Lauryn Hill, Cypress Hill, MC Eiht, Ziggy Marley, KRS One, Q Tip and more.

Director: Peter Spirer

Note: Funkdaddy's track "Crooked Path Homies" is featured in the movies score.


Street Racing

Studio: Multimedia 2002

Note: Funkdaddy did the score for this movie


The Girls Of Street Racing

Theatrical Release: 2002

Starring: Street racer's wildest girlfriends dancing and shaking! On stage, in the mosh pit or on the streets at the start of a night time drag, these gals lay down hot tracks in G-strings, mud baths, and more.

Studio: Multimedia 2000

Note: Funkdaddy did the score for this movie.




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