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Cesar Comanche is a founding emcee of North Carolina's legendary hip-hop crew, The Justus League. Originally from Jacksonville, NC, he began writing rhymes in 1994, but didn't pursue rhyming as a career until 1996. The same year, he met budding producer and fellow NC State student 9th Wonder for the first time, and began doing live performances and recording songs.
After a few years, Comanche along with 9th Wonder, organized some artists in the Triangles hip-hop scene and started the Justus League in 1999. Since then, he has performed with Tha Liks, Hiero, Supastition, Faust & Shortee, DJ Dez, DJ Houseshoes, Ghettosocks and many others.
In addition to touring USA, fourteen other countries and performing with the rest of the Justus League, Comanche has appeared on television shows such as Time Warner Cable's Music Choice Rap Channel, Hip Hop Nation (NBC), Distortion 2 Static (WB Network), and Little Brother's "You Hear It First" segment on MTV2. He has also been featured in several videos, most notably, his own "Hands High" & "Lamb to Lion" video which won a "Most Creative Atmosphere" award from UNC Chapel Hill.
Comanche has independently released two solo albums on his own Defenders of the Free World imprint (2000's Wooden Nickels and 2002's Paper Gods) and with Blues Interactions (2005's Squirrel and The Aces The Japan Tour) with ABB Records (2005's Squirrel and The Aces also 2009's Die In Your Lap) and with Beathut Records (2006's Wooden Nickels Revisited) and has appeared on Little Brother's "The Listening" LP, Edgar Allen Floe's "True Links" LP, featured in the theme song This Side of the River of the Princeville, NC Documentary, Away Team, Legacy, and 9th Wonder's "National Mayhem" Triple album, the Justus League's "NC State of Mind Vol. 1" mixtape, and many other projects. He is now completing DJ Flash's and his new album called Itch Remedy.