A promising career in hip-hop evaded the Manhattan-born rapper MF Grimm after his tragic shooting in the early '90s. Confined to a wheelchair,
the man who gave MF Doom his "MF" prefix eventually became a mover and shaker in New York's independent rap scene as founder and CEO of
his own label and international distribution company, Day by Day Entertainment. Before he joined the fast-paced vigor of street life, Grimm
(born Percival Carey) was an avid skateboarder and actually graced the television screen as a child actor on Sesame Street. He started to take
the rap game seriously when he turned 14.