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West coast hip-hop artist claiming the south Los Angeles town of Gardena, California. M.C. Master Rhyme found a spot on the historic Compton Compilation album in 1989 where he is most memorably known for attacking Delicious Vinyl's rap group Master Rhyme & Romeo. The group gained notoriety for dissing N.W.A on one of their early singles along with a compromising album cover scorning the Compton-based gangsta rap group. Consequently, The Real M.C. Master Rhyme comes to the side of N.W.A by slamming Master Rhyme and Romeo on the track "Off the Top of My Brain" questioning their credibility and taking issue with the fact that Master Rhyme took his name.