Alfred Hamilton (born August 18, 1968), also known as the group MASS 187, is an American rapper and writer. Hamilton's professional music career began in 1990 when he was featured on American rapper, Schoolly D'S hit song, ' 'Where'd You Get That Funk From. He followed up his success as a writer/performer on the Capital Records album, which included the title track from the Abel Ferrara film, "King of New York. starring Wesley Snipes
Nicole Pryor Dernersesian
Nicole Pryor Dernersesian is the President and CEO of, a talent agency based out of Los Angeles that represents actors for television, film, commercials, print, and theatre. Nicole founded Firestarter in 2013 and her company now represents over 1000 actors in Los Angeles, New York, and Las Vegas. And in 2019, Nicole launched a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization called, Striving to make a more inclusive world by creating content that tells diverse stories. Nicole is also the host of the entrepreneurship advice YouTube Series: NICOLE TALK.
Before becoming an entrepreneur, Nicole performed in the Las Vegas Company directed by the incomparable Hal Prince for 6 % years and over 2600 shows. Other favorite acting credits include Ragtime (Sarah), Children of Eden (Yonah), and Footloose (Rusty).
Schoolly D teamed up with DJ Code Money in the mid-1980s. His lyrics reflected urban realism, violence, and sexual bravado. He was interviewed in the 1986 documentary Big Fun in the Big Town. He later embraced an Afrocentric style, bringing Afrocentric culture to hip-hop along with KRS-One.
Schoolly D contributed songs and music to many Abel Ferrara films, including and (from Saturday Night! — The Album) as well as New to Ferrara's film of the same name and the title track from Am I Black Enough For You? that was played during the climactic shoot-out in that film, the title track from How a Black Man Feels, and "Signifying Rapper" (from Smoke Some Kill), which was used in Ferrara's film Bad Because Led Zeppelin successfully sued due to an uncleared interpolation of its song "Kashmir" in "Signifying Rapper", the song was omitted from the soundtrack of the film and from subsequent releases of the film.