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Dejuan Walker (born January 17, 1970), better known by his stage name Suga Free, is an American rapper.
Biography [ edit ]
Suga Free was born in Gardena  and raised in Oakland, California,  later becoming based in Pomona, California.
He began his professional rapping career working with DJ Quik, with Quik serving as the producer on his debut album, Street Gospel, released in 1997, which reached number 37 on the Billboard Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart.   
He made guest appearances on Xzibit’s Restless and Snoop Dogg’s Tha Last Meal in 2000, and released a second album in 2004, The New Testament, which peaked at number 72 on the Billboard 200.   Just Add Water followed in 2006, described by AllMusic: «Just Add Water may not be the complete handbook to being a pimp, but it certainly is a kind of missive on the life of Suga Free».  The album saw Suga described as «charismatic and funny, with a rapid- fire-yet-conversational style» by the Chicago Tribune. 
After a ten-year break, Suga Free released the album The Resurrection on May 5, 2019. 
Discography [ edit ]
Studio albums [ edit ]
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Collaboration albums [ edit ]
- Thunder & Lightningwith Pimpin’ Young (2012)
- Pimp Slapwith J Steez (2014)
- Blood Makes You Related, Loyalty Makes You Familywith Pimpin’ Young (2015)
- Sugakanewith Kokane (2021) 
- SugaHillwith YeloHill (2023) 
Compilation albums [ edit ]
- The Konnectid Project, Vol. 1with Mausberg (2000)
- The Features, Vol. 1 (2006)
- The Features, Vol. 2 (2006)
- Why U Still Bullshittin?: The Best of Suga Free (2011)
- Group Therapy Project (2021) 
Guest appearances [ edit ]
- «Down, Down, Down» (DJ Quik feat. Suga Free, AMG & Mausberg)
- «Trust Me» (Snoop Dogg feat. Suga Free & Sylk-E. Fyne)
- «Pussy Sells» (Tha Eastsidaz feat. Suga Free)
- «Do I Love Her?» (DJ Quik feat. Suga Free)
- «Mr. Tic’s Groove» (Darkside feat. Suga Free)
- «Anyway U Want 2» (Mausberg feat. Suga Free & James DeBarge)
- «Bet I Never Slip» (Doggy’s Angels feat. Suga Free)
- «Sorry I’m Away So Much» (Xzibit feat. DJ Quik & Suga Free)
- «Bring It On» (Snoop Dogg feat. Suga Free & Kokane)
- «Get Up» (Klientel feat. Suga Free, Rappin’ 4-Tay, Ed Bone, & CRSY)
- «I Don’t Know» (Tha Eastsidaz feat. Suga Free, Soopafly & LaToiya Williams)
- «Dogghouse In Your Mouth» (Tha Eastsidaz feat. Suga Free, Soopafly, RBX, Kurupt, Mixmaster Spade, Ruff Dog & King Lou)
- «Bonus Track» (Mac Dre feat. Suga Free & Shouman)
- «Playa Playa (Remix)» (Sandman feat. Suga Free & Mausberg)
- «Dogghouse Ridaz» (Bad Azz feat. Suga Free, Goldie Loc, Snoop Dogg & Kokane)
- «Don’t Shoot Pimpin» (Dru Down feat. Suga Free & AMG)
- «Til The Dawn» (E-40 feat. Suga Free & Bosko)
- «What U Thought» (B-Legit feat. Suga Free)
- «Trouble (Remix)» (DJ Quik feat. Suga Free & Chuckey)
- «Get Tha Money» (DJ Quik feat. Suga Free)
- «It Wasn’t 4 U» (Rappin’ 4-Tay feat. Suga Free & Nate Dogg)
- «Say Woop» (Hi-C feat. Suga Free)
- «Shit Ain’t Fo Free» (Clue Dog & Doc Holiday feat. Suga Free)
- «Ya Ain’t Fuckin’ Wit Us (Clue Dog & Doc Holiday feat. Suga Free & Papi Rico)
- «Wonder Wonder» (Clue Dog & Doc Holiday feat. Suga Free)
- «Leave Me Alone» (40 Glocc feat. Suga Free & Mr. Shadow)
- «Never Give Up» (The Originals feat. Suga Free & Sug)
- «Break Yo Back» (The Originals feat. Suga Free)
- «They Ain’t Fenta Take My Shit» (Pomona City Rydaz feat. Suga Free & Tha Eastsidaz)
- «Crazy Ho» (Xzibit feat. Suga Free)
- «Warn Ya» (Snoop Dogg feat. Suga Free)
- «C The Light» (Snoop Dogg feat. Suga Free)
- «Bitches Ain’t Shit» (Lil Jon feat. Nate Dogg, Snoop Dogg, Suga Free & Oobie)
- «My Alphabets» (Mac Dre feat. Suga Free)
- «That’s What tha Pimpin’s There For» (Baby Bash feat. Suga Free, Money Mike & Chingo Bling)
- «Sexy Thang» (Messy Marv feat. Suga Free)
- «Feels So Good» (Kokane feat. Suga Free)
- «Fade» (Kokane feat. Suga Free & Young Prada)
- «Way You Do» (Kokane feat. Suga Free & Marv Dogg)
- «Pretty Black» (Pretty Black feat. Suga Free & Dru Down)
- «I Want You» (X1 feat. E-40, Too Short & Suga Free)
- «Sweat Ya Perm Out» (Katt Williams feat. Lil Jon, Lil Scrappy, Budda Early, Suga Free & Too Short)
- «Nothing Could Be Better» (Bishop Lamont feat. Butch Cassidy, Suga Free, Chevy Jones & Bokey)
- «Let Me Talk» (Murs & 9th Wonder feat. Suga Free)
- «Attention» (E-40 feat. Dru Down, Suga Free & Stompdown)
- «Pay Me» (Kurupt feat. Suga Free, Daz Dillinger & Soopafly)
- «Pacific Dreams» (Nufsed & Rick Habana feat. Suga Free)
- «Nobody» (DJ Quik feat. Suga Free)
- «Sober» (Rittz feat. Suga Free)
- «Grooveline Pt. 2» (Schoolboy Q feat. Suga Free)
- «Life Jacket» (DJ Quik feat. Suga Free & Dom Kennedy)
- «Broken Down» (DJ Quik feat. Suga Free & Tweed Cadillac)
- «What If» (Snoop Dogg feat. Suga Free)
- «Tell U 2wice» (Cold 187um feat. Suga Free & AMG)
- «R U Single» (Daz Dillinger feat. Suga Free)
- “19 Dolla Lapdance” (E40 feat. Suga Free)
- ”Roll Call” (Brian J feat. Suga Free, Jayo Felony, & Pomona Pimpin’ Young)
References [ edit ]
- ^ djvlad (2015-04-15), Suga Free: I Was Pimping a Hole Through the Stratosphere, archived from the original on 2021-12-13 , retrieved 2018-08-26
- ^ Whitburn, Joel (2005) The «Billboard» Book of Top 40 R&B and Hip-hop Hits, Billboard Books,
- ISBN978-0-8230-8283-4, p. 550
- ^ Stanley, Leo «Street Gospel Review», Allmusic, retrieved 2011-01-29
- ^ ab Birchmeier, Jason «Suga Free Biography», Allmusic, retrieved 2011-01-29
- ^ ab «Suga Free Charts & Awards», Allmusic, retrieved 2011-01-29
- ^ Brown, Marisa «Just Add Water Review», Allmusic, retrieved 2011-01-29
- ^ Drake, David (2006) «Suga Free; Just Add Water», Chicago Tribune, July 7, 2006, p. 18
- «iTunes – Music – The Resurrection by Suga Free». iTunes.apple.com (US). 2019-05-05 . Retrieved 2019-05-08 .
- «Suga Free Chart History». Billboard 200 . Retrieved August 26, 2018 .
- «Suga Free Chart History». Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums . Retrieved August 26, 2018 .
- «Big Zeke & Ant Banks Preview New Track For Kokane & Suga Free’s Upcoming ‘SugaKane’ Album » West Coast Styles». 17 March 2021 . Retrieved 2021-08-09 .
- «YeloHill — SugaHill — EP». Apple Music . Retrieved January 27, 2023 .
- «Suga Free en Instagram: «GROUP THERAPY PROJECT. Compilation, #SugaFree, #Bussclinic, #TeddyBallgameTheus, #Rokhousemedia, #POBellymusic» «.
Sneak Peek- Which BTS Members Have Pets? From Kim Taehyung, Suga To RM
BTS also regarded as Bang Tan Boys is a popular Korean popular band glorified across the entire globe for its enigmatic and energetic performances and songs. If you love pets, then this excerpt is for you. Here presenting to you an extract on the pets of BTS band members.
Numerous group members of BTS have dogs as pets that are part of their families now. Jungkook possesses a pet dog tagged Gureum who is a Maltese. J-Hope possesses a cute pet dog called Mickey who resides with him. Mickey is a Shih Tzu.
The leading member of the group RM also is a pet lover and has a pet dog who is his family member now. The name of his pet dog is Rapmon and is an American Eskimo. Suga pets a toy poodle titled Holly.
Jin adores a variety of different pets understood as sugar gliders. His sugar gliders called Odeng and Eomuk dwelled with Jin in BTS’s dorm for some time. When BTS’s plans expanded Odeng and Eomuk resided with Jin’s parents.
Eomuk passed away in 2018 and Odeng died in 2019. After Eomuk expired, Jin acquired a sugar glider called Gukmul.
V has a dog called Yeontan
V’s dog Yeontan is a Pomeranian and is extremely outstanding in the BTS fan world. ARMY previously commemorated Yeontan’s birthday. While Yeontan was growing up, he resided with the BTS units in their dorm. Because of this, all of the components of BTS are very near to Yeontan.
BTS member Jimin does not possess any pet dog.
Jimin is presently the foremost unit of BTS who does not possess any pets. Jimin retained a dog called Ddosun, but the dog unfortunately died. After his beloved dog departed, Jimin never took on another dog.
(According to Cheatsheet)
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Do the BTS Members Have Pets?
BTS is one of the world’s most popular music groups. The K-pop band constantly breaks records, and fans hope the Bangtan Boys will win a Grammy come April. BTS continues to rise in popularity and gain followers every day. So new fans might wonder, do any of the seven BTS members have pets?
BTS members Suga, J-Hope, Jungkook, and RM have dogs
Several BTS members have dogs that live with their families because of the bandmates’ busy schedules.
Jungkook’s family has a Maltese named Gureum. However, the singer admitted in an episode of the group’s reality TV show BTS in the Soop 2 that the rescue dog was getting old and could no longer see. Then, in early 2022, he posted on Instagram about his three other pups: Bam, Song, and Paeng. Bam is a Doberman Pinscher, and Song and Paeng are Italian greyhounds, Hindustan Times reports.
As for J-Hope, he has a Shih Tzu named Mickey. But the rapper revealed in the same BTS in the Soop 2 episode that his dog, like Jungkook’s Gureum, is aging and hard of hearing. J-Hope admitted it’s heartbreaking to watch pets age.
RM has a dog that has lived with his family since 2013. The fluffy white American Eskimo’s name is Rapmon. It’s short for “Rap Monster,” RM’s stage name before he shortened it.
In addition, Suga has a toy poodle, Holly. While the K-pop group was on hiatus, the rapper uploaded photos of him visiting Holly to the BTS Twitter account.
“Noo, yoongi with holly, and look at his precious smile 🙁 i missed u so much,” a fan tweeted in response.
Jin of BTS wrote the song ‘Tonight’ about his pets
Jin released a solo song titled “Tonight” in June 2019 for BTS Festa. He wrote and produced the single himself. BTS fans loved the ballad for Jin’s amazing vocals and the song’s heartbreaking lyrics. When Jin released the song, he told fans he wrote it while thinking about his pets.
“Hello, this is Jin. [‘Tonight’] is a song I wrote while thinking about my pets. It’s my first produced song, I hope you liked it,” Jin tweeted to ARMY.
In the past few years, many of Jin’s pets have died. His family dog, Jjangu, had lived with Jin’s family for 12 years before dying in 2017.
Jin loves a type of exotic pet known as sugar gliders. His sugar gliders Odeng and Eomuk lived with him in BTS’s dorm for a while. When the group’s schedule became busier, Odeng and Eomuk lived with Jin’s parents.
Eomuk died in 2018, and Odeng followed in 2019. After Eomuk was gone, Jin bought a sugar glider, Gukmul. As of this writing, that sugar glider is still alive.
BTS member V has 4 pets
모두 즐거운 추석 보내세요~🙇♂️ (탄이 기다려 훈련중 기다림의 침 한방울) pic.twitter.com/IoPUcXrFRb
— 방탄소년단 (@BTS_twt) September 12, 2019
V’s dog Yeontan is a black and tan Pomeranian that’s popular with BTS fans. They even celebrate Yeontan’s birthday. While the puppy was growing up, he lived with the BTS members in their dorm, so all bandmates share a close bond with Yeontan. When BTS’s schedule grew more hectic, V’s parents began taking care of Yeontan.
V also has a cat named Kkanji and two dogs named Soonshim and Sangdol who live with his parents.
Jimin does not have any pets
As of this writing, Jimin is the only BTS member without a pet. He had a mixed-breed dog, Ddosun, that unfortunately died. Since then, Jimin hasn’t adopted other pets.
However, he is known for his love of animals, especially dogs and cats. He loves V’s dog Yeontan, and anytime BTS films content with animals, Jimin always lights up.
“Jimin with animals is my love language,” a fan wrote on Twitter.