Killa Sin

Jeryl Grant (born April 2, 1976) better known by his stage name Killa Sin is considered the best-known member of Killarmy and is regarded as one of the most skilled Wu-Tang Clan affiliates.

Killa Sin
Birth nameJeryl Grant
Born (1976-04-02) April 2, 1976 (age 44)
Staten Island, New York
GenresHip hop
Years active1995–present
LabelsSoul Temple
Associated acts
Wu-Tang Clan


Killa Sin has appeared on gold and platinum selling albums from members of the Wu-Tang Clan, on movie soundtracks such as Soul in the Hole and ONYX's Shut 'Em Down.

Killa Sin has been in-and-out of prison for the better part of his career and has been linked to several violent incidents within the hip-hop community including one in which rapper Mase left with a broken jaw and another where associates of 50 Cent were robbed. He is notorious in certain circles for having gone after figures of high prestige and celebrity. Killa Sin is the brother of Oli "Power" Grant, the Wu executive. He is currently mentoring his young nephew Young Prince. He was working on his own solo album.[1] But in 2015, Killa Sin was convicted of criminal weapons possession and received a 16-years-to-life sentence. He is now currently in jail at the Sing Sing Correctional Facility in Ossining, N.Y.[2]


Album Title Album Info
Silent Weapons for Quiet Wars
  • Released: August 5, 1997
  • Billboard 200 chart position: #34
  • R&B/Hip Hop chart position: #10
  • Singles: "Swinging Swords," "Camouflage Ninjas"/"Wake Up,"
    "Wu-Renegades"/"Clash of the Titans"
Dirty Weaponry
  • Released: August 11, 1998
  • Billboard 200 chart position: #40
  • R&B/Hip Hop chart position: #13
  • Singles: "Red Dawn"/"Where I Rest At," "The Shoot-Out"
Fear, Love & War
  • Released: September 11, 2001
  • Billboard 200 chart position: #122
  • R&B/Hip Hop chart positions: #34
  • Singles: "Street Monopoly"/"Monster," "Feel It"/"Militant,"
Greatest Hits
  • Released: May, 2011
Artists Track Title(s) Album Date/Label
Unreleased Stop the Breaks (with, Raekwon, O.C., KRS-ONE, Notorious B.I.G.) Unreleased 1995
Shyheim Young Godz The Lost Generation 1996
Wu All-Stars Soul In The Hole Soul In The Hole (Motion Picture Sound Track) 1997
La The Darkman Heist Of The Century Heist of the Century 1998
Method Man Spazzola Tical 2000: Judgement Day 1998
ONYX The Worst (with X-1, Raekwon, Method Man, Ol' Dirty Bastard (sample)) Shut 'Em Down 1998
RZA Terrorist Bobby Digital In Stereo 1999
Inspectah Deck 9th Chamber Uncontrolled Substance 1999
RZA Fools
La Rhumba
Digital Bullet 2001
Ghostface Killah Strawberry Bulletproof Wallets 2001
Inspectah Deck Framed The Movement 2003
Bronze Nazareth The Bronzeman The Great Migration
Streetlife Lay Down Street Education 2005
Masta Killa East MC's Made In Brooklyn 2006
Ghostface Killah Guns N' Razors More Fish 2006
Cilvaringz Blazing Saddles
Dart Tournament
I 2007
Wu-Tang Clan The Black Diamonds
Drunk Tongue
Legendary Weapons 2011
Wu-Tang Clan The Archer The Man with the Iron Fists 2012
Ghostface Killah Revenge Is Sweet
Murder Spree
Twelve Reasons to Die 2013
Method Man Symphony The Meth Lab 2015


Artist(s) Album Info Video Title(s) Release Date
Sunz of Man 12" Single Soldiers of Darkness (with 9th Prince, various Wu-Tang Clan cameos) 1995
Killarmy Silent Weapons for Quiet Wars Swinging Swords
Wake Up (with Hell Razah, Prodigal Sunn and various Wu-Tang Clan cameos)
1997 Loud/Priority/Wu-Tang Records
Killarmy Dirty Weaponry The Shoot-Out (with Rza) 1998 Wu-Tang Records
ONYX Shut 'Em Down The Worst (with X-1, Method Man, Raekwon, Shyheim) 1998 Tommy Boy
Killarmy Fear, Love & War Feel It 2001


  1. ^ " - 9th Prince Interview". Archived from the original on 2012-07-20. External link in |publisher= (help)
  2. ^ "Martin Shkreli's $2 Million Wu-Tang Album Might Not Be a Wu-Tang Album". External link in |publisher= (help)