Dice is a hardcore rapper from Detroit, Michigan. He began his career in 1992, signing with World One Records, who released his debut album, "The 40 Made Me Do It" through Raw Dogg Records.
After touring with Ultramagnetic MCs, Ice Cube and Da Lench Mob, Dice began his association with Reel Life Productions, although he did not sign a contract with the label. Following appearances on Natas' "Doubelievengod" and Mastamind's EP "Lickkuidrano", he released the album "The Neighborhoodshittalka" on Reel Life in 1996. Dice estimated that the album sold 200,000 copies, and claims to have received no royalties.
Dice left Reel Life in 1996. After signing with another label, he formed Fallen Angelz Entertainment with Russell Culvin and released the album "Black Monday". Fallen Angelz purchased the vocals tracks from his previous label to complete the album. After recording another album, "Red Rain", with Fallen Angelz, Dice claimed that Culvin took his name off the Fallen Angelz ownership papers and didn't fairly compensate him for his services, calling Culvin "a fake". Culvin claims that Dice agreed to put up $30,000 to bankroll the label, but never came up with his half. In 2003, Dice formed his own label, Big Head Records and released the mixtape "Neighborhood Watch" and album "Drug Abuse".
As of 2013, Dice is legally contracted to Fallen Angelz, but has not released any albums since 2008.