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Bias B
Birth nameAdam Stevens
Born1974 (age 46–47)
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
GenresAustralian Hip Hop
Occupation(s)Rapper
LabelsWordburner Entertainment/Obese Records

Adam Stevens, better known by the stage name Bias B, is an Australian hip hop artist. He started writing lyrics in 1989 and began performing in 1991[1] and released his first album, Beezwax, in 1998.[2] The album took two years to sell its first 500 copies.[3] In 1999, Bias B released an album called Boney & Stoney along with fellow crew members Len One and Lazy Grey. His third album in 2007 sold out its first 3000 copies in less than two weeks.[4] Bias B worked at Obese Records and hosted two radio shows with Stewbakka on PBS FM (The Formula) & RRR-FM (Wordburner).[5]

Stage name

Bias B described to the Cairns Post the origin of his stage name:[6]

"The name 'Bias' didn't come from prejudicial attitudes, it came from the frequency on a cassette tape. Bias is the inaudible, high-frequency tone mixed with the input signal that passes through the recording head to excite tape particles, preparing it to record effectively."

Discography

Bias B

  • Beezwax - Wild Child Productions (1998)
  • Hip Hop Life EP - Obese Records (2001)
  • In Bed With Bias - Wordburner (2003)[7]
  • Been There, Done That - Obese Records (2007)[8][9]
  • Beemixes - Wordburner Entertainment (2007)[10][11]
  • Aerosol Era - Wordburner Entertainment (2009)
  • Baccapellas - Wordburner Entertainment (2010)
  • Biaslife - Wordburner Entertainment (2011)
  • Back Burners - Wordburner Enterainment (2018)

Boney & Stoney

  • Boney & Stoney - Wild Child Productions/Blackstump (1999)

References

  1. ^ Townsville Bulletin, 20 April 2007, "Something for everyone"
  2. ^ 3DWorld Been There Done That review[permanent dead link] by Phil Watkins
  3. ^ ourbrisbane.com Bias cuts Bias B
  4. ^ Hobart Mercury, 22 March 2007, "Moving on from that" by Kane Young
  5. ^ The Age, January 2, 2004, Accusations of Bias by Khalil Hegarty
  6. ^ The Cairns Post, 19 April 2007, "BECOMING bias" by Vaughan Mayberry
  7. ^ The Cairns Post, 9 February 2004, "Bias B still keeps it real" by Tony Grant
  8. ^ The Age, March 22, 2007, Been There Done That review by Dan Rule
  9. ^ The Sydney Morning Herald, 30 March 2007, CD Review by Chloe Sasson
  10. ^ Daily Telegraph, 15 March 2007, CD Review by Chloe Sasson
  11. ^ Planet Urban, Beemixes review Archived 2008-08-12 at the Wayback Machine
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