Back in March of ’95, Brooklyn MC and producer (Wayne Wilkins a.k.a.) Amar released a 12″ promo single on Payday Records featuring two songs (plus instrumentals), Concrete Jungle and Melody Mac, the latter included a remix as well.
(Produced entirely by Amar.)
That same year (along with Woody Pak) he composed a soundtrack, creating the score for the film Black Picket Fence.
(1995) AZ – I Feel For You ft. Erica Scott [V2 / VBR]
(1995) AZ – We Can't Win ft. Amar & Barsham [V2 / VBR]
(2002) Kool G Rap – Drama (Bitch Nigga) [V2 / VBR]
(2003) Pitch Black – Recognize [320 CBR]
(2003) Pitch Black – To Be the Best [320 CBR]
In mid-2004 he was signed to The Royalty Network, back when his work was published through Amar Pep Music.
Amar’s Forty Pull-Ups in One Minute:
Nowadays, in addition to working out and selling real estate, Amar El General is the CEO of Ivy League Entertainment (and dropped a free mixtape called What Are We Living For? in August of ’06).
02. The Government ft. Danger
04. Rather Unique
05. Ivy League ft. Dre Lamar
06. Straight Out of Brooklyn
07. Fantasy ft. Silk-E (Produced by B. Collier)
08. Treat You Bad
09. To the Flo ft. Tyrus
10. Can I Talk to You?
12. What Are We Living For?
13. Bonus Track ft. Gaib
Kid Capri, Amar Pep & Freedom at B.B. King's:
His protÃ©gÃ© Dre Lamar started putting out material on his label earlier this year.
(2010) Dre Lamar & Amar Pep – Light Up:
He also recently reappeared solo a few months ago, with a new single entitled I Can’t Call It and apparently has plans for his debut LP.