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Redhead Kingpin and the FBI was an American hip hop/new jack swing group known for their single “Do The Right Thing”, which reached No. 13 on the UK Singles Chart in 1989. The group was lead by rapper David “Redhead Kingpin” Guppy, an actual redhead, who also plays keyboards. The F.B.I consisted of Joseph “DJ Wildstyle” Mann, Bo Roc, Lt. Squeak, Buzz and Poochie. Their debut album, “A Shade Of Red”, contained the singles “Do The Right Thing”, “Pump It”, “Hottie” and “We Rock The Mic.” In 1991, the group released their sophomore effort, “The Album With No Name”, which peaked at No. 182 on the Billboard 200. The single “3-2-1 Pump” reached No. 52 on the Billboard Hot 100. The group also appeared on the soundtrack of the film “New Jack City.” In 1992, Guppy wrote the song “Two Can Play That Game” for singer Bobby Brown’s album “Bobby.” In 1993, Guppy formed the group Private Investigators with Gicci Brown, DJ Wildstyle and Knowledge. In 2000, Guppy produced the track “No (You Didn’t Say)”, which appeared on “The Nutty Professoor 2: The Klumps” soundtrack. In 2006, Guppy was featured on the Nas single “Where Are They Now.”