|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|2||World Fulla Killaz||6||Audio||1998||Live Shot Records|
|3||Let Me Holla At Cha||5||Audio||1997||Live Shot Records|
|4||Do U Wanna Ride / Let Me Holla At Cha (The Remix)||8||Audio||1999||Warlock Records|
|5||Thug Till I Die||5||Audio||1999||MP3.COM|
|6||Get On Down / Let Me Holla At Cha (The Remix)||8||Audio||1999||E.K.G. Records|
|7||Young & Restless / Skraten' Up||8||Audio||1999||Paper Chasers Entertainment|
Blac Haze, born Ted Outler is a rapper from Miami, Florida who was mainly active from 1997-1999 releasing his first single and local hit, also semi-hit on the charts "Let Me Holla At Cha", then releasing his first studio album in 1998 Res-Sa-Rec-Shun and did a few concerts, with only one known concert and a few videos of it on YouTube from early 1998 of "Let Me Holla At Cha" live. In 1999 he released the EP Thug Till I Die under the new alias Slim-G, which was also featured on Venom Records 2000 - Thug Life. Then in 2000 he left the mainstream scene, he released his second and last album under the name Blac Haze again with So Much Drama in 2002, which within a couple of weeks, T.K. had generated such a big buzz in the streets over the album that it put Blac Haze back in the spotlight of the rap scene. He did not release any songs except locally after that, until in August 2012 he released 3 singles: "Bank Role", "Da Realist Nigga", and "Get Dat Money Right" on iTunes under a new alias, Blackhaze.