Sticky Fingaz


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November 3, 1973
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Sticky Fingaz Bio

Kirk Jones, known as Sticky Fingaz, is a rapper, producer, actor, and director born on November 3, 1973, in Flatbush, Brooklyn, New York, USA. His genres of music include Hardcore hip-hop, gangsta rap, and East Coast hip-hop. He is associated with labels like JMJ Records, Def Jam, Universal Records, D3 Entertainment, and Major Independents.


Sticky Fingaz was part of the hardcore rap group Onyx. Onyx received a nomination for Rap/Hip-Hop New Artist at the 1994 American Music Awards and won the Best Rap Album at the 1994 Soul Train Music Awards. He has released several projects, including Black Trash: The Autobiography of Kirk Jones (2001), God of the Underground (2010), and It's About T.I.M.E. (2019).


His acting debut was in Forest Whitaker's drama Strapped. Sticky Fingaz wrote, produced, directed, and starred in A Day In The Life and Caught On Tape. He starred in One Bad Habit, Paradise City, The Fearless One, and The Dead Sea.

 

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