Kokane (US gangsta rapper Jerry Long, Jr.)
Legal name: Jerry Long Jr.
Also performs as: Who Am I? (nickname of rapper Jerry Long, Jr., who changed his name to Kokane)
Kokane, also known as Jerry B. Long, Jr. (born 1969), is a rapper from Pomona, California best known for his co-appearances on Dr. Dre's album 2001 and the work on G-funk album Funk Upon A Rhyme and his backup work with Snoop Dogg in Tha Last Meal album, who signed him to Dogghouse Records, bringing a renewed sense of promise to Kokane's long-running career. He is the son of Motown composer "Jerry Long, Sr.". He started his career at Eazy-E's Ruthless Records, co-writing songs for N.W.A and Above the Law. He released his first solo album under the name "Who Am I?". He signed with Koch Records, forming a new group, The Hood Mob, led by him, joined by Cricet and Contraband. They released an album on July 3, 2006.Continue reading at Wikipedia... Wikipedia content provided under the terms of the Creative Commons BY-SA license