Erick Sermon is an American rapper, musician, and record producer. Sermon is best known as one-third, alongside PMD & DJ Scratch, of late-1980s–1990s hip hop group EPMD and for production work.
|Also known as:||E Double, Easy Erick, Erick Onassis, The Green-Eyed Bandit, EMD|
|Born:||November 25, 1968|
|Origin:||Brentwood, New York|
|Genres:||Hip hop, East Coast hip hop|
|Labels:||Fresh, Priority, Def Jam, DreamWorks, J, Universal, Caroline|
|Associated acts:||EPMD, Def Squad, Keith Murray, Too $hort, PMD, Redman, Jamal|
|Twitter:||Erick Sermon's Twitter profile|
|IMDb:||Erick Sermon's IMDb|
About Erick Sermon
Rapper and music producer most famous for being one half of the prominent east coast hip-hop duo EPMD along with Parrish Smith. He released his first solo album No Pressure in 1993 and has provided production for artists like Keith Murray and Method Man.
He grew up in Brentwood, New York and recorded the first EPMD album Strictly Business in 1988.
He appeared on the final episode of the pioneering hip-hop music show Yo! MTV Raps in 1995, performing with MC's like MC Serch and Chubb Rock.
His sisters are Kim and Tomara Sermon.
He produced several tracks for Shaquille O'Neal during the basketball star's short-lived rap career in the 90's.
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- DreamWorks Records artists
- Def Jam Recordings artists
- Motown artists
- East Coast hip hop musicians
- Rappers from New York City
- African-American record producers