Masked MC Anybody Killa first emerged from the Psychopathic Records/Insane Clown Posse collective in the late '90s, contributing to tracks from likeminded types like Twizted, Blaze Ya Dead Homie, and Esham. ABK also appeared on ICP's The Wraith: Shangri-La. A slew of 2002 concert appearances (most notably at that year's Gathering of the Juggalos) prepared the world for Killa's full-length debut, and in April 2003, Hatchet Warrior finally dropped. The album intersected imagery drawn from ABK's Native American lineage with bloodthirsty gangsta philosophy, and laced its raps with the usual Psychopathic stew of gallows humor, pro-marijuana shout-outs, and references to Faygo soda and the city of Detroit. That summer, ABK toured in support of the album with a reunited Body Count.
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