Hailing from Stuttgart (Germany), Ill Inspecta released his debut-single 'Funeral' on Germaican Records in April 2004. He caught Germaica's attention by simply sending in a 4 track demo CD.
He then joined the Germaican Scout newcomer project with Bobby Buster to record the smash 'All A Di Gal Dem' on the Germaican Jubilee Riddim "Messer Banzani" and "Heartis’" (a hommage to their determination in the bizniz) for Austria's Bassrunner label and several download-tunes for their website.
In 2007, he appeared on Kim Wilde's single Baby Obey Me, adding rap vocals to the new single version. A short time later, Ill Inspecta ceased to exist, his Myspace page reporting a 'R.I.P.' image.