Anthony Nathaniel Bellamy, Most Desh, was born November 9, 1963 in Brooklyn, New York. He was a New Yorker through and through with his Bushwick roots running deeper than the L train tunnel.
While he loved Brooklyn, he was also very connected to San Diego and Oceanside, CA. There his interest in music started when he got his first drum set from his Grandma Velma. Being a percussionist became his passion and his first love. From there, he continued his musical journey and with his friends and his east coast steelo, the D.A.M Posse was born. He went on to record with Chop Shop records and share his rhymes around the world—all before the internet.
Anthony loved breaking night and everything that went with it. It was one of his favorite things to do. He also loved trudging through the Boston snow in his Tim boots, but his real favorite season of the year was hockey season. He was a die-hard Colorado Avalanche fan and had the figurine collection to prove it.
He had a lot of collections as he was an avid collector of figurines, transformers, fishing lures, golf clubs, bey blades, drum sticks, chess sets, cigars and the list goes on. And anyone who ever knew him, knew he collected sneakers. He started and loved his Ten Pair Crew—TPC.
Anthony was a poet, a writer, a rapper, a drummer, a barber, a golfer, a microphone enhancer but more importantly, he was a son, a brother, a father, an uncle, a nephew, a cousin and friend—a best friend.
Anthony was truly special, a kind and loving soul and loved by many. He leaves a host of family and friends to keep his memory alive.