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Bootie Brown (b. "Romye Robinson" November 13, 1969) is a West Coast rapper, who was one of the four founding members of the innovative hip hop group The Pharcyde. He has done very few collaborations outside of the group and is currently working with the remaining Pharcyde member Imani on new projects with their indie label.

Involvement with Gorillaz

In 2005, Bootie Brown was featured as a vocalist on the Gorillaz's "Demon Days" album on the song "Dirty Harry".

He is shown as a normal soldier trying to cope with the war, he has tons of regret of killing so many people and tries to rap about the hardships of war.

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