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In 2006 Starr formed a new group called Yung Onyx, but the group later disbanded.
On May 13, 2013 Starr released his debut mixtape and first solo project in 10 years entitled Live 4ever Die 2day.
In a 2003 interview Fredro Starr explained, "50 Cent basically started shit with me, started a scuffle, and a bodyguard broke us up. He's disrespectful to Jam Master Jay ever since he passed".
In an interview with the Source magazine, Fredro Starr said that 50 Cent had been disrespectful towards the Onyx rap group even though Onyx had given him his first breakthrough on a song called "React" from the 1998 album, Shut 'Em Down.
“[Jam Master Jay‘s] cousin came to me a couple of years ago. 50, who first appeared on Onyx‘s 1998 song “React,” has reunited with his label-mates in producing and backing Fredro‘s Jam Master Jay documentary. There’s a lot of negative stuff happening in Hip Hop all the time, but it’s just Biggie and 2Pac – those murders.
According to the Rap News Network, 50 Cent started a confrontation with Starr at the 2003 Vibe Awards.Music is getting so un-creative nowadays – even movies as well. How many fuckin’ times can you do It’s still the same shit! Ain’t nothin’ wrong with Auto-Tune; I like how the shit sounds, but God damn, everybody’s just bitin’ each other’s nuts and shit.I predict that somebody’s gonna try to bite my nuts with these Rap movies.“ Onyx fans will appreciate that Fredro Starr served as A&R for the rapping and production (courtesy of veteran Michigan native producer Essman).I think this is a good perspective, and a good insight.
Fred Scruggs (born April 18, 1971) better known by his stage name Fredro Starr, is an American rapper and actor, best known as a member of hardcore hip hop group Onyx. In 2000 Starr along with Jill Scott contributed to the soundtrack of Save the Last Dance for the lead single of the movie "Shining Through".
The program aired for one season in 2004 before being canceled due to poor ratings.