A. They are all white actors that released Rap Albums in the 90’s. Here is the breakdown…
Mark Wahlberg – Marky Mark
Wahlberg is the most successful actor and rapper of the four. Marky Mark and the Funky Bunch released two albums, Music For The People in 1991 and You Gotta Believe in 1992. Music For The People went platinum and had two hit songs, “Good Vibrations” and “Wildside“. You Gotta Believe achieved little success and the group disbanded in 1993.
Good Vibration (1991) – Marky Mark and the Funky Bunch
Brian Austin Green – Brian Green
Green is most famous for playing David Silver on Beverly Hills 90210 released his only album One Stop Carnival in 1996. The album included production by members of The Pharcyde and will.i.am then known as WILL 1X. A video was made for the song “You Send Me” but the album was a flop.
You Send Me (1996) – Brian Green
David Faustino – “D” Lil
Faustino is most famous for playing the role of Bud Bundy on the show Married With Children released an album under the name “D” Lil in 1992. The album spawned one single and video entitled “I Told Ya” but quickly tanked.
I Told Ya(1992) – “D” Lil
Scott Caan (Mad Skillz) – The Whooliganz
Before Scott Caan (son of actor James Caan) became a successful actor he was a member of the rap group The Whooliganz who recorded their debut album, Make Way for the W in 1993. The single “Put Your Handz Up“, produced by DJ Lethal (House of Pain) was released but the single and music video did not receive much airplay and the group was dropped by their label before the album was released. The other member of the group Alan Maman is now a successful producer known as The Alchemist.
Put Your Handz Up (1993) – The Whooliganz