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After penning several songs for Dr. Dre, Knoc-Turn'al traded the pen for the microphone. As with most of the artists who begin their career with Dre, Knoc began his performing career in grand fashion: first came "Bad Intentions," a Dre collaboration featured on the Wash soundtrack, and next came "The Knoc," another hit song, again featuring Dre but this time with Missy Elliott on the hook. These two songs put Knoc on the map in a big way. Instant comparisons were drawn to Snoop Dogg, who had also debuted alongside Dre. However, unlike Snoop, Knoc is a songwriter as much as a rapper. In addition to songs for Dre, Knoc wrote songs for Dre's artists, including Truth Hurts and Shaunta. ~ Jason Birchmeier, All Music Guide
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