9th Prince

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9th Prince (born Terrance Hamlin) is an American rapper, musician and one of the founding members of rap group Killarmy.[1] He was initially responsible for bringing the various members together, under the guide of his brother. He released his solo debut album Granddaddy Flow in 2003. He is the younger brother of RZA.[1] He went by the alias Madman & Iron Fingers, especially in his early recordings. 9th Prince gets his name from the kung-fu movie Shaolin Prince. He has pushed hard for a reunion album with his group, and helped to release a 'greatest hits' album.

9th Prince
Birth nameTerrance Hamlin
OriginStaten Island, New York - Steubenville, Ohio
GenresHip Hop
Years active1995–present
LabelsWu Music Group
Associated actsKillarmy, Wu-Tang Clan



  • (2003) Grandaddy Flow
  • (2008) Prince Of New York
  • (2010) Revenge Of The 9th Prince
  • (2010) One Man Army
  • (2011) Salute The General EP
  • (2018) The Madman's Revenge EP

With KillarmyEdit

  • (1997) Silent Weapons for Quiet Wars
    • Singles: "Swinging Swords," "Camouflage Ninjas"/"Wake Up,"
      "Wu-Renegades"/"Clash of the Titans"
  • (1998) Dirty Weaponry
    • Singles: "Red Dawn"/"Where I Rest At," "The Shoot-Out"
  • (2001) Fear, Love & War
    • Singles: "Street Monopoly"/"Monster," "Feel It"/"Militant,"
  • (2011) Greatest Hits

Guest appearancesEdit



  1. ^ a b Mlynar, Phillip (October 4, 2010). "Q&A: Rapper 9th Prince On His Older Brother RZA And The Early Days Of The Wu-Tang Clan". Villagevoice.com. Retrieved March 24, 2013.
  2. ^ https://soundcloud.com/caperofficial/lords-of-mayhem-feat-9th