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Donald Lamont, known professionally as Donald D, is an American rapper/producer from the Bronx, New York. Lamont began his music career in 1978 as a member of the Universal Zulu Nation, which formed the group Funk Machine. From 1983 to 1985, the group released several singles via Vintertainment Records and Streetwave Records, including the 12-inch extended play “Cutting Herbie”, which peaked at No. 90 on the UK Albums Chart. In 1985, Lamont moved to Los Angeles where he met rapper Tracy “Ice T” Marrow and joined Rhyme Syndicate. In 1988, he appeared on the track “The Syndicate”, which was taken from Ice T’s album “Power.” He also appeared on the tracks “Name Of The Game” and “Do What You Wanna Do.” In 1989, Lamont released his debut album “Notorious.” The album peaked at No. 78 on the Billboard Top R&B/Hip Hop Album Chart. In 1995, Lamont appeared on the track “Old School Jam” along with Kurtis Blow and Prince Whipper Whip. In 2003, he released the single “Hip Hop/The Return Of The Culture.” He recently started a new group called Bronx Syndicate. Lamont has released the albums “Notorious” (1989) and “Let The Horns Blow” (1991).