First Heard on His Classic Albums: Shake Ya Spear (1985); Rhyme Tyme (1988); Billin’ Never Illin’ (1989); Gangstas In a Trance (1994); Words Worth Nuthin’ But a Dime (1998); Flyin in My Car On a Stormy Day (2719)
AKA: Da Funkee Junkee (1988); Da Glorious Fly Stuff (1991); Adan (1999-2013); Adan Be (2719)
Bounty Hunter Note: Suspect has been time traveling, journeying illegally to the 20th and 21stCentury in order to distribute his rebellious righteous music and to learn the golden rules of hip-hop from the masters themselves. Thus, please align your bounty hunter search with the whereabouts of the following individuals in their native time frames: KRS ONE, Rakim, the Notorious B.I.G., Q Tip, Andre 3000, Lil Wayne, Mos Def, Big Daddy Kane, and Special Ed.
Weapon of Choice: Syllables of Thunder (typically syncopated to a beat)
Hats and Superpowers: Managing Editor, Wondaland.com; Beat Assassin, Wondaland Arts Society; Author, The Ten Hip Hop Commandments
Hellwinter Notes: According to the Droid Control, Adan Bean’s rhythmic use of words provides an excellent case study on the coded language and cryptology of the droid liberation movement and the rebel group 1954. In recent years, the entire cryptology department at Time University has been studying Adan Bean’s lyrics in hopes that they can glean precious clues about the rebel movement, its members, and their immediate missions and objectives.