Inspectah Deck

Inspectah Deck ( born July 6, 1970 in the Bronx, New York City as Jason Hunter) is an American MC and hip- hop producer. The member of the Wu- Tang Clan rapped the first lines of their known Posse Cuts Protect Ya Neck and triumph and published since 1999 solo albums.

He got his name in prison, he plays on his quiet and observant way there on.


Inspectah Deck moved in with his parents in his childhood in the Wu- Tang native Staten Iceland in New York. He lived in the Park Hill Projects, where also other future clan members were staying. He has been a member since the beginning of the group in 1992. Since he was released from prison in 1993, he worked with on the first album Enter the Wu -Tang (36 Chambers ). On this album, he played a prominent role: he rapped the beginning on the hit single Protect Ya Neck and had a prominent role in four other tracks on the album: CREAM, Bring Da Ruckus, Da Mystery of Chessboxin ' and 7th Chamber. In the first round of solo releases of the clan, he did not participate as a solo artist, but made ​​appearances on GZAs Liquid Swords and Only Built 4 Cuban Linx Raekwons. His debut was originally to be published well in the span from 1993 to 1997, RZA kept it back but for unknown reasons. His first solo factual track can be found on the soundtrack to Tales from the Hood, in the liner notes this is but attributed the entire clan.

On the next Clan album Wu -Tang Forever, he rapped again for the input Rhymes hit single triumph. The album also contained his debut as a producer: he produced the piano - embossed Visionz. 1999 finally followed his solo Album: Uncontrolled Substance, on which he also produced the most beats. His radio -heavy style differed seriously from the former style of the clan. In addition to deck itself helped him even RZA, True Master and 4th Disciple, as well as a track Pete Rock. The album scored as his next solo release The Movement (2003) rather positive reviews and moderate sales.


  • Rebel INS (his graffiti days as a teenager )
  • Fifth Brother
  • Rollie Fingers
  • Manifesto
  • Charlie Horse
  • Ayatollah



Note: albums were published by the entire Wu -Tang Clan are not listed here.

Singles and EPs