HOME
The Info List - Mr. Porter


--- Advertisement ---



Denaun Montez Porter (born December 7, 1978), also known by the stage names Mr. Porter and Kon Artis, is an American rapper, singer, songwriter, and record producer. He was best known as being one of the members of Detroit
Detroit
rap group D12
D12
until his departure in mid-2012 to focus on his solo career. In 2014, he rejoined D12
D12
and was featured on the Shady XV
Shady XV
compilation album.

Contents

1 Career 2 Discography

2.1 Instrumental albums 2.2 EPs 2.3 Collaboration albums 2.4 Mixtapes 2.5 Guest appearances

3 References 4 External links

Career[edit] Born in North Carolina[1] on December 7, 1978, Denaun Montez Porter[2] moved with his family to Mississippi
Mississippi
and later to Detroit
Detroit
when he was 10 years old. His father, Charles, is a gospel singer and former member of the Blind Boys of Alabama
Blind Boys of Alabama
and The Christianaires; his mother is a writer.[3] Porter started his career with D12
D12
in the mid-1990s. He was inspired to rap and produce after hearing A Tribe Called Quest's song, "Bonita Applebum."[1] Throughout his solo career, he has both produced and performed vocally as a rapper and singer, producing songs for many notable artists such as Eminem, Busta Rhymes, Snoop Dogg, Royce da 5'9" and 50 Cent
50 Cent
(producing the 2003 song "P.I.M.P.").[4] He is also officially signed to Eminem's label Shady Records
Shady Records
as a producer and has worked with Shady artists Slaughterhouse, Bad Meets Evil, 50 Cent
50 Cent
and D12. Mr. Porter is now most notably seen as a hype man in Eminem's live shows, to add extra effect to shows or to allow Eminem
Eminem
to take a breath while in mid performance, replacing fellow D12 member Proof who died in 2006. Porter was a co-executive producer, with Eminem
Eminem
and Royce da 5'9", for Bad Meets Evil's debut EP Hell: The Sequel. He also has a cameo appearance in their music video "Fast Lane", as well as "Forever" by Drake featuring Kanye West, Lil Wayne
Lil Wayne
and Eminem, and Eminem's single "No Love" featuring Lil Wayne
Lil Wayne
and then in 2013 he featured in Eminem's "Rap God" video alongside other members of Slaughterhouse. On April 2, 2012, Porter formally announced that he had left D12. He stated that he wanted to focus on being a solo artist and producer, but clarified that he holds no animosity toward other members of the group.[5] Two years later in late 2014, he rejoined D12
D12
and contributed a verse to the song "Bane" on the Shady Records compilation album, Shady XV, released on November 24, 2014. In January 2015, he appeared on D12's The Devil's Night Mixtape.[6] Discography[edit] Main article: Mr. Porter production discography Instrumental albums[edit]

Porter Chops Glasper (stylized as pOrTeR cHoPs gLaSpEr) (2013)

EPs[edit]

Stuff In My Backpack (stylized as sTuFf In My BaCkPaCk) (2015) Connect (2016)

Collaboration albums[edit] Main article: D12
D12
discography

Devil's Night (with D12) (2001) D12
D12
World (with D12) (2004)

Mixtapes[edit]

The Devil's Night Mixtape (with D12) (2015)

Guest appearances[edit]

Year Song Performer Album

1996 "Maxine" Eminem Infinite

"Backstabber"

1997 "What, What" Bizarre, Kuniva Attack of the Weirdos

2000 "Under The Influence" D12 The Marshall Mathers LP

2001 "The Do Do" DJ Butter Shit Happens

2002 "When the Music Stops" D12 The Eminem
Eminem
Show

"911" Gorillaz, D12, Terry Hall Bad Company

"She Devil" Tech N9ne Absolute Power

"Rap Game" D12, 50 Cent 8 Mile

2003 "Spread Yo Shit" Obie Trice Cheers

"Doe Rae Me (Hailie's Revenge)" D12, Obie Trice Straight from the Lab

"Bend a Corner" Ras Kass Re-Up: The Compilation

2004 "Census Bureau" DJ Kay Slay The Streetsweeper, Vol. 2: The Pain From The Game

"Look at Me Now" Young Buck Straight Outta Cashville

"We Some Dogs" Method Man Tical 0: The Prequel

"Crooked Letter I"

"Lies & Rumors" D12 Shark Tale

"One Shot 2 Shot" Encore

2005 "Throw It Up" Crime Life: Gang Wars

"My Ballz" The Longest Yard

"Porno Bitches" Bizarre Hannicap Circus

"Nuthin' at All"

"She's a Pro" Black Rob The Black Rob Report

"Slum Elementz" Proof Searching for Jerry Garcia

"Big Mistake" Trick-Trick The People vs.

"Let's Roll"

2006 "They're Out to Get Me" Busta Rhymes The Big Bang

"Keep It Live" Black Milk Broken Wax

"Whatever You Want" Swifty McVay Eminem
Eminem
Presents: The Re-Up

2007 "When the Gun Draws" Pharoahe Monch Desire

"Trilogy"

"Beneath the Diamonds" DJ Drama Gangsta Grillz: The Album

2008 "Getting Bitches" Guilty Simpson Ode to the Ghetto

"Kinda Live"

"Send a Nigga Home" Bishop Lamont The Confessional

"Get 'Em" Salam Wreck Trouble Soon

2009 "Mine in Thiz" Royce Da 5'9" Street Hop

2010 "Money" Freeway and Jake One The Stimulus Package

"Closed Chapter" Black Milk Album of the Year

2011 "I Just Want to Fuck" Game Purp & Patron

"My Own Way" Snoop Dogg Doggumentary

"Haile Selassie Karate" Pharoahe Monch W.A.R. (We Are Renegades)

"I'm on Everything" Bad Meets Evil Hell: The Sequel

"My Own Planet" Royce Da 5'9" Success Is Certain

"Hit Me With Your Best Shot" Eminem Relapse 2 (Unreleased) and Straight from the Lab
Straight from the Lab
Part 2

2012 "Got To Go" Marv Won Heavy In The Head...

"Goose Down"

"Make It Snow" Tony Yayo, Bun B, Slim Thug Sex, Drugs, & Hip-Hop

2013 "Sexual Healing" Tony Yayo Godfather Of The Ghetto

2014 "Losing My Mind" Pharoahe Monch PTSD

"Bane" D12 Shady XV

2015 "This Corner" N/A Southpaw: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack

"Slow Stir" Ro Spit, Marv Won, Young ROC IV Life...

2016 "Quiet" Royce Da 5'9", Tiara Layers

"Trouble on My Mind" Kuniva A History of Violence Vol. 2

2017 "Pimps & Hoes" Swifty McVay Grey Blood

"Remind Me" Eminem Revival

2018 "Made Man" Royce Da 5'9", DJ Premier, Big K.R.I.T. PRhyme 2

References[edit]

^ a b Emcees Kon Artis and Kuniva welcome fans to ' D12
D12
World' ^ "ACE Repertory: PORTER DENAUN M". ASCAP. Retrieved December 25, 2017.  ^ The dirty half-dozen ^ Mr. Porter on Allmusic ^ " Mr. Porter Leaves D12, Shifts Focus To Solo Debut". BallerStatus.com. 2012-03-26.  ^ " D12
D12
- The Devil's Night: Mixtape Download & Listen [New Mixtape]". HotNewHipHop. Retrieved 2016-01-23. 

External links[edit]

Mr. Porter on IMDb

v t e

Mr. Porter

Discography Production discography

Studio albums

The Memo

Collaborations

Devil's Night D12
D12
World

Related articles

D12 Shady Records

v t e

D12

Eminem Bizarre Mr. Porter Swifty McVay

Proof Bugz Fuzz Scoota

Studio albums

Devil's Night D12
D12
World

Compilations

Eminem
Eminem
Presents: The Re-Up Shady XV

Singles

"Shit on You" "Purple Pills" "Ain't Nuttin' But Music" "Fight Music" "911" (with Gorillaz) "My Band" "How Come"

Related articles

Discography Shady Records Goliath Management

v t e

Shady Records

Founder(s)

Marshall Mathers Paul Rosenberg

Releases

Music from the Motion Picture 8 Mile The Re-Up Shady XV Music from the Motion Picture Southpaw

Singles

"Lose Yourself" "Wanksta" "You Don't Know" "Jimmy Crack Corn" "Guts Over Fear" " Detroit
Detroit
vs. Everybody" "Phenomenal" "Kings Never Die"

Related articles

Aftermath Entertainment Interscope Records

v t e

Aftermath Entertainment

Founder

Dr. Dre

Releases

Dr. Dre
Dr. Dre
Presents the Aftermath (1996) The Wash (2001)

Related articles

Interscope Records Shady Records

Authority control

WorldCat Identities VIAF: 69227411 BNF: cb151109430 (data) MusicBrainz: 018ccaff-ea80-4d2c

.