African Identity is a hip-hop/rap artist from San Francisco, California, and founder and CEO of African Identity Records.
In 1992, he released his debut cassette tape entitled Let's Get It On on Groove Control Productions. Three years later, by which time he founded his own independent record label, African Identity released his second album You Won't Come To My Funeral. The album was produced entirely by Nick Peace for Big Peace Productions.
In 1998, he released his third album Ransom Note, which featured guest appearances by fellow Bay Area rappers Alley Cats, E-40 and Digital Underground. After a ten year hiatus, he released a compilation album entitled Classic Hitz in 2007.