Kirk Jones (born November 3, 1973 in Brooklyn, New York), alias Sticky Fingaz or Sticky, is an American Rapper and actor, a member of hardcore Rap group Onyx. Although he was born in Brooklyn, he lived in and represents Queens and has said to have lived in all the five boroughs of New York City.
"Sticky Fingaz" is a moniker for rapper/actor Kirk Jones. The significance behind the alias is somewhat ambiguous, as Jones has reportedly mentioned various origins. Yet, it generally conveys the idea of theft. Possibly an allusion to his alleged lifestyle of robbery during adolescence. He is noted as saying "everything I touch I take".
In 1991, Jones entered the Queens based rap group Onyx along with cousin Fredro Starr, Sonsee, and Big DS. In 1993 the group released their debut album entitled Bacdafucup. It proved to be a commercial success and eventually went multi-platinum, largely due to the well known single "Slam". Jones was considered the most lyrically skilled and anticipated member...
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House of the Dead 2 is the sequel to Brightlight Pictures' 2003's House of the Dead. The movie is directed by Michael Hurst (II) and premiered on the SciFi Channel on February 11, 2006. The DVD was released on February 27, 2006 in North America.
Taking place shortly after the original, government operatives, under the command of one of the survivors of the first film, Colonel Jordan Casper (Ellie Cornell), are sent to investigate a new infection that has rapidly spread across fictional "Cuesta Verde University". Professor Dr. Curien (Sid Haig), obsessed with the idea of bringing the dead back to life, has accidentally created a new generation of "hypersapiens", or zombies. The operatives must bring back a first-generation blood sample from a zombie in order to create a vaccine against the virus, which is spread through biting; however, tensions between AMS and special forces, stemming from the apparent inexperience of the latter, create conflict within the team. Outside parties,...,
Lockdown is a 2000 drama film, starring Richard T. Jones, Clifton Powell, and Master P.
Avery Montgomery (Jones) is taking time off from college to spend time with his girlfriend Krista (Melissa De Sousa), help raise their young son, and spend time on his other love in life, swimming. Despite the lack of black swimmers, Jones ignores the odds and stereotypes and develops to a championship level, possibly Olympic ability, and as a result of a particularly impressive win he gets the opportunity for a possible scholarship after a post race chat with a college scout.
Cashmere (Casseus), despite his lack of moral center and his lifestyle as a crack dealer and thug, happens to be one of Avery's best friends since childhood. Despite the fact that their personalities and lifestyles are quite different, Avery being a levelheaded straightedge that stays out of trouble, they are able to keep a separation and not let it affect their friendship, as Cashmere has always been enough of a friend to...
Kirk Jones was born