Birth name

Dexter Raymond Mills, Jr.


14 June 1977 (age 37)


Queens, New York, United States


Hip hop



Years active



Band Camp, GOOD Music

Associated acts

Kid Cudi, A Tribe Called Quest, Kanye West

Dexter Raymond Mills, Jr. (born 14 June 1977), better known by his stage name Consequence, is an American rapper from Queens, New York. He debuted in 1996 with several appearances on the album Beats, Rhymes and Life by A Tribe Called Quest, due to the membership of his cousin Q-Tip. Consequence signed to Elektra Records and recorded an album's worth of material that was meant to be released in 2000, but it was never released officially. Kanye West offered him a guest spot on the song "Spaceships" from his debut album The College Dropout in 2004, and then offered him another guest spot on the song "Gone" from his second album Late Registration the following year.

West subsequently signed Consequence to his GOOD Music label. Consequence released his debut album, Don't Quit Your Day Job!, in 2007. He left GOOD Music in 2011 on bad terms, after being signed to the label since 2005. Consequence subsequently launched his own record label, Band Camp Records.


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