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Goldy
Goldy
Goldy in 1991

Birth name

Mhisani M. Miller

Also known as

Mhisani

Born

July 5, 1969 (1969-07-05) (age 50)

Origin

East Bay, California, U.S.

Genre

Hip hop

Occupation

Rapper

Years active

1990-present

Label

Timbuktu Creations (1990-1991)
Jive Records (1994-1995)
Cool Cats Entertainment (1998)
Anansi Records (1998)

Associated acts

The Dangerous Crew

Mhisani M. Miller (born July 5, 1969), better known by his stage name Goldy, is an American rapper from East Bay, California. He made his debut in 1991 with the album Call It Like I See It, which was released under the name Mhisani. He then became affiliated with Too $hort's group The Dangerous Crew and changed his stage name to Goldy while revitalizing his image as a pimp.

Goldy's second album, In the Land of Funk, was released in 1994. It became his only album to reach the US Billboard charts when it peaked at #28 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart. His third and final album, The Golden Rules, was released independently in 1998. Its liner notes mention the release of another Goldy album titled Cork Poppin' & Paper Peelin', but it was never released.

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