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Adam Stevens, better known by the stage name Bias B, is an Australian hip hop artist. He started writing lyrics in 1989 and began performing in 1991[1] and released his first album, Beezwax, in 1998.[2] The album took two years to sell its first 500 copies.[3] In 1999, Bias B released an album called Boney ; Stoney along with fellow crew members Len One and Lazy Grey. His third album in 2007 sold out its first 3000 copies in less than two weeks.[4] Bias B worked at Obese Records and hosted two radio shows with Stewbakka on PBS FM (The Formula) ; RRR-FM (Wordburner).
So hard to pick a favourite from Bias’s ground breaking Beezwax LP. The entire record was an anthem to my area but these two were easily my most played joints. Both insane in their own right – The Ripper was a staple on the stereo before we’d head out for a night of nuisance and the Rainy Days break sold me from the first second I heard it – another instant teleport to Melbourne. – Funkoars

Featured on Culture of Kings Volume 1 released in 2000 on Obese Records

Featured on The Formula released in 1999 on Wild Child Productions – cassette only.

Featured on 15.Oz Vinyl – 15 Years Of Australian Hip-Hop On Vinyl released in 2004 on Crookneck Records

Appeared on the Nodfather compilation released in 2003

Featured on Culture of Kings Volume 3 in 2003