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Seagram
Seagram

Birth name

Seagram Miller

Born

1970

Origin

Oakland, California, United States

Died

31 July 1996 (aged 26)

Genres

Hip hop

Occupations

Rapper

Years active

1989-1996

Labels

Rap-A-Lot, Priority

Associated acts

B-Legit, Gangsta P, Ganksta N-I-P, Geto Boys, , Spice 1, Too Short, Yukmouth

Seagram Miller (1970 - 31 July 1996), better known simply as Seagram, was an American rapper from Oakland, California. He made his debut in 1993 with the hard-edged and violent The Dark Roads, and released a second album in 1995 entitled Reality Check.

In 1996, Seagram was killed while trying to protect his friend and fellow rapper Gangsta P from the fire of an unknown gunman.[1] Gangsta P survived the shooting. Seagram's posthumous album, Souls on Ice, was released in 1997.

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