Kool Moe Dee
An original member of the Treacherous Three, Kool Moe Dee was a much-respected emcee with an aggressive, no-BS style that was unlike many of the old school party rappers. T3 released some classic singles, including "Body Rock," before breaking up in the mid-eighties. Dee took some time off to get a degree, then came back hard in '86 with "Go See The Doctor," produced by a young Teddy Riley. His second album How Ya Like Me Now took aim at LL Cool J, spawning a legendary war of words between the two. Dee released a total of five albums between '86 and '94, and was also featured on the epic posse cut "Stop The Violence."