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Melle Mel
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    (May 15, 1961- )
    Born in The Bronx, New York
    Birth name was Melvin Glover
    Member of Grandmaster Flash and the Furious Five
    Recorded the singles 'The Message' (1982), 'White Lines (Don't Don't Do It)' (1983), 'New York, New York' (1983), 'Survival (The Message 2)' (1983) and 'Step Off' (1984)
    Appeared in the film 'Beat Street' (1984)
    Disputes between him and Flash caused the Furious Five to break up, with each leading a rival faction.
    He released a record encouraging people to vote for Jesse Jackson.
    He occasionally spells his first name 'Mele.'
    He compared 2Pac to Hitler and said he 'brought down an entire culture.'
    He is part Cherokee.
    With 'The Message' and 'White Lines,' he recorded the first socially conscious rap hits.
    He performed the memorable opening rap on Chaka Khan's 'I Feel For You.'
    Chuck D said, 'Melle Mel was the first MC to blow me away because he didn’t need a mic.'

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