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Binary Star was an underground rap duo that formed in the 1990s in Pontiac, Michigan. They are comprised of OneManArmy and Senim Silla.
The duo started as an independent record label group, under their own Terrorist Records imprint. In 1999, they released Waterworld, which was recorded on a budget of only $500, because they could only afford studio time for a single take per song. All 17 tracks were produced by Trackezoids, formerly known as Held Hostage Productions. Only 1,000 copies were printed. Later on, they were signed up by a distributor. This allowed Binary Star to re-mix and re-arrange the WaterWorld tracks and also add new ones. The final creation was Masters of the Universe. It sold over 20,000 copies, but Binary Star was never paid by the distributor. The album was released after the group had broken up almost a year ago. OneManArmy states that the main reason for the break-up was on creative differences, and says that although him and Silla have never had an unfriendly conversation, they have done venues together, but the group will stay disbanded. Currently, OneManArmy records under the name of One Be Lo under Subterraneous Records. Senim Silla is coming out with a new album soon under Sleeper Cell Records.
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* Waterworld (1999)
* Masters of the Universe (2000)
One Be Lo Discography
# WaterWorld Too w/ Binary Star - 2001
# F.E.T.U.S. (For Everybody That UnderStands) - 2003
# S.O.N.O.G.R.A.M. (Sounds Of Nahshid Originate Good Rhymes And Music) - 2005
# S.T.I.L.L.B.O.R.N. (Something To Interest Lo Listeners Beyond Original Recorded Networkings) is a compilation of formerly unreleased tracks from his two former albums - 2005
# L.I.F.E. - announced
One Be Lo:
I recommend listenin to Masters of the Universe and SONOGRAM and get blown away, then look for more shit