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Soopafly
Soopafly

Birth name

Priest Joseph Brooks

Origin

Long Beach, California, United States

Genre

Hip hop

Occupation(s)

Record producer, rapper, keyboardist

Years active

1993-present

Label

Death Row, Red Urban, DPG, Gangsta Advisory, Fly2k

Associated acts

Bad Azz, Tha Dogg Pound, Goldie Loc, LBC Crew, RBX, Snoop Dogg, Tray Deee, Warren G

Priest Joseph Brooks, better known by his stage name Soopafly, is an American record producer and rapper from Long Beach, California. During his teenage years, Brooks met rappers Snoop Dogg and Dr. Dre. After proving himself with his keyboard skills, Brooks worked on the soundtrack album Murder Was the Case, playing keyboards on "Natural Born Killaz" and producing "Who Got Some Gangsta Shit". In 1995, he produced "Sooo Much Style" for Tha Dogg Pound on their debut album Dogg Food, in addition to playing keyboards on eight other songs. 

Brooks made his rapping debut in 1996 on Snoop Dogg's album Tha Doggfather on the song "You Thought", appearing alongside Too $hort. Since then, Brooks has made appearances on albums by Daz Dillinger, Kurupt, Warren G, RBX, Bad Azz and Tha Eastsidaz. Brooks has released three solo albums which have achieved moderate success.

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