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Tracy Lynn Curry, known professionally as The D.O.C., is an American rapper/songwriter/producer from Dallas, TX. He began his career as a member of the rap ensemble the Fila Fresh Crew. The D.O.C. was then known as Doc-T, and the group had four tracks featured on the compilation album “N.W.A And The Posse”, which was released in 1987. Those tracks would also be featured on the group’s album “Toughest Man Alive”, released in 1988. However, shortly thereafter, the group disbanded. After leaving the Fila Fresh Crew, Doc-T moved to Los Angeles and changed his stage name to The D.O.C. He was signed to Ruthless Records and contributed lyrics to N.W.A.’s debut album “Straight Outta Compton” and Michel’le’s  debut self-titled album. In 1989, he released his debut album “No One Can Do It Better”, which was well received by critics, sold well, and reached #20 on the Billboard 200, eventually going platinum. In 1991, Curry left Ruthless Records to sign with Death Row Records. In 1996,  Curry released the album “Helter Skelter”, which was largely ignored. He released the album “Deuce” in 2003.