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Lance Patrick Caldwell (aka “sach illpages”) was born in Gardena, California and raised in Vermont Knolls, South Los Angeles. In the mid-1980s, Caldwell made his first foray into hip hop and soon turned his entire attention to writing, turntabling, and beat-making. By 1989, Caldwell, then known as “Nouka Basetype,” formed a group called The Nonce with Byron Onassis Jackson (aka “Yusef Afloat”). Taking care of their own production and rhymes, the duo developed a sound that was mellow, jazzy, and smart. They quickly became mainstays of the Good Life Café and Project Blowed, where they made a name for themselves alongside groups like Freestyle Fellowship and CVE. In 1995, The Nonce released their debut full length, World Ultimate, on Rick Rubin’s American Recordings / Wild West label. The album continues to be held in high critical esteem, with its hit single “Mix Tapes” ranking as a classic of West Coast rap.
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