Tame One
Tame One

Birth name

Rahem Ross Brown


Newark, New Jersey, United States


Hip hop, East Coast hip hop



Years active



Boom Skwad (1992-present)
High Times (2003)
Eastern Conference (2003-2005)
Blazin' (2006)
Amalgam (2008)

Associated acts

Artifacts, Cage, Del the Funky Homosapien, Parallel Thought, Slow Suicide Stimulus, The Weathermen

Rahem Ross Brown, (born March 20, 1970) better known by his stage name Tame One, is an American rapper from Newark, New Jersey. He is best known as a member of the duo Artifacts alongside El da Sensei, with whom he released two albums before disbanding in the late-1990s. Tame One released his debut solo album, When Rappers Attack, in 2003, and has since released three additional solo albums. In 2004, he collaborated with Cage under the name Leak Bros to release the album Waterworld. In 2009, he released two collaboration albums: Acid Tab Vocab with Parallel Thought and Parallel Uni-Verses with Del the Funky Homosapien.


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