Chill E.B. is an American rap artist and actor. Born in Jacksonville, NC but spent most of his childhood in Germany. Following high school Chill E.B. served in the US Army. He released his first single "Freedom" on an independent label. He received national attention in 1992 with his video "Menace To Society" was played on rotation on BET, Video JukeBox and California Music Channel. In 1993 Jello Biafra
’s record label Alternative Tentacles
released Chill E.B.'s first EP, Born Suspicious
. His songs were also used in television shows and made-for-TV movies, and he recorded the Golden State Warriors theme song "Don't Stop The Noise". He left the music business in 1994, but returned to the scene in 2010 after reinventing himself with the release of his single "Y'all Busted". His anti-psychiatry single "Define Better" soon followed grabbing the attention of celebrity Scientologists John Travolta and Kelly Preston who linked his video on their websites. He has since performed at many Scientology-related events worldwide. He has performed in over 23 countries since 2010.