Vordul Mega

Hip hop music, Musical Artist

1979 –

57

Who is Vordul Mega?

Rapper Vordul Mega is one-half of underground hip hop duo Cannibal Ox and a member of the hip hop group Atoms Family. Vordul's debut solo album, Revolution Of Yung Havoks, was released in 2004. That same year, Vordul Mega also put out a supplemental compilation LP composed of new and rare work, some of which was not included on Revolution Of Yung Havoks. This second album, titled Yung World, features guest appearances by Aesop Rock, PR Terrorist, Keith Masters and Billy Woods. It was released exclusively through Sandbox, an online retailer based in New York City. Vordul's counterpart and fellow Cannibal Ox member Vast Aire appears with Vordul on a track titled "Handle That" from Vordul's Revolution Of Yung Havoks. Vast Aire released a solo album called Look Mom... No Hands earlier in 2004.

Vordul has also been involved in numerous side projects with record labels ranging from Think Differently Music to Backwoodz Studioz to Embedded Music. Perhaps most notable among these side-projects has been his work with Billy Woods on the 2002 album Camouflage. Although the album was billed as a collaborative effort, it has since come to be viewed as Billy Woods' solo debut, despite Vordul's presence on one-third of the tracks. Nevertheless, Camouflage's limited pressings, quirky production, and socio-political commentary right after the September 11th attacks garnered some accolades.

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Born
Mar 24, 1979
United States of America
Also known as
  • Vordul Megallah
Nationality
  • United States of America
Profession

Submitted
on July 23, 2013

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