Gregory D

Gregory David/Duvernay Jr.

Also known as Greg D, Gregory "D", Gregory D., M.C. Gregory D.

Discography of Gregory D:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Freddie's Back / One Monday Morning 2 Audio 1987 D&D Enterprises
2 Crack Slangas 6 Audio 1992 RCA
3 Clap To This 4 Audio 1989 Yo! Records
4 "D" Rules The Nation 11 Audio 1989 Yo! Records
5 Call Somebody Else 5 Audio 1990 Yo! Records
6 Make The Beat Funky 8 Audio 1992 RCA
7 Crack Slangas 5 Audio 1992 RCA
8 Niggaz In Da Boot 15 Audio 1994 Midwest Records
9 The Real Deal 10 Audio 1992 RCA
10 The Real Deal 10 Audio 1992 RCA
11 "D" Rules The Nation 13 Audio 1989 Yo! Records
12 Make The Beat Funky 5 Audio 1992 RCA
13 Freddie's Back / One Monday Morning 2 Audio 1987 D&D Enterprises
14 Call Somebody Else / V.D. Woman 2 Audio 1990 Yo! Records
15 Niggaz In Da Boot 15 Audio 1994 Midwest Records
16 Throw Down 9 Audio 1987 D&D Enterprises
17 Call Somebody Else 5 Audio 1990 Yo! Records
18 Freddies Back / One Monday Morning 2 Audio 1987 D&D Enterprises
19 The Real Deal 10 Audio 1992 RCA


Greg Duvernay, also known as "MC Gregory D", along with MC Shorty T made up the short-lived New Orleans bass group [a=Ninja Crew]. Duvernay also produced the crew's only single "[r=69636]" relying on a heavily east coast influenced 808-drum pattern sound. Gregory continued to work with several New Orleans hip-hop outfits in the late 80's and into the 1990's, most notably helping to introduce the then little-known producer [a=Mannie Fresh] to the hip-hop world. Gregory parted ways with his protégé and pursued an unsuccessful solo career, unlike his former partner Mannie Fresh, who would go on to unprecedented success as [l=Cash Money Records]' famed producer responsible for a succession of chart topping Southern rap hits.

Gregory uses the moniker "Gregory D" as the main artist name on his releases, however he is credited with his full, Gregory Duvernay, for his writing and production work.


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