Eddie Hayes, better known by his stage name Aceyalone, is a rapper from Los Angeles, California. He is a member of Freestyle Fellowship, Haiku D'Etat and The A-Team. He is a co-founder of Project Blowed.
2.3 Freestyle Fellowship,
2.4 Haiku D'Etat,
2.5 The A-Team,
2.6 Guest appearances,
2.7 Compilation appearances,
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After releasing To Whom It May Concern... and Innercity Griots with Myka 9, P.E.A.C.E. and Self Jupiter as Freestyle Fellowship, as well as Project Blowed compilation in 1994, Aceyalone signed to Capitol Records. He released the solo debut album, All Balls Don't Bounce, in 1995. He returned three years later with his second album A Book of Human Language, a collaboration with producer Mumbles.
His third solo album, Accepted Eclectic, was released in 2001.
He released Hip Hop and the World We Live In in 2002 and Love & Hate in 2003.
In 2006, Aceyalone released Magnificent City, a collaborative album with producer RJD2, followed by the Grand Imperial mixtape.
He has collaborated with producer Bionik on Lightning Strikes (2007),Aceyalone & the Lonely Ones (2009), and Leanin' on Slick (2013).