|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Black Magik Woman / Atake Dos Karapinhas||2||Audio||1995||EMI Music Portugal|
|4||Kanimambo||14||Audio||1997||EMI-Valentim De Carvalho, Música Lda.|
|6||Black Magik Woman||3||Audio||1996||EMI|
|7||Pé Na Tchôn, Karapinha Na Céu||12||Audio||1995||EMI-Valentim De Carvalho, Música Lda.|
|8||Rappi Ta Doddo||3||Audio||1997||EMI-Valentim De Carvalho, Música Lda.|
General D was born in Mozambique, Africa (a former Portuguese colony) and immigrated as a child to Lisbon. He was the first rapper in Portugal to sign a record deal. He signed a multi-album contract with the Portugal division of EMI Records. Although he rapped in Portuguese and drew inspiration from American artists such as Public Enemy, Ice Cube and Ice T, his music carried a distinct African flavor incorporating many live tribal percussion instruments. Although his whereabouts are unknown at this time, the charismatic and well loved General D should always be considered The Godfather of Portuguese hip hop.