C-Block was a German hip-hop project produced by J. Wagner DJ, U. Buchmann and F. Miller. Initially, the act consisted of mainly two African-American rappers Mr. P (James White) and Red Dogg (Anthony Joseph). It was for Red Dogg that Mr. P had the chance to get introduced to C-Block’s producers. Besides these two most visible faces, the act also had the singer Theresa Baltimore «Misty», MC/Singer: Preston Holloway «Goldie» and Raquel Gomez, who was only featured on the chorus of the smash-hit single So Strung Out and Everything’s Good (a track from their debut album
Biography «C-Block’s» first single, «Shake Dat Azz», featured rapper Magic Affair (rapper)|A. K. Swift. It was released in early 1996 and got a lot of airplay from clubs and hip-hop charts, and was later officially released as their fourth single from the «General Population» album. The real breakthrough, however, came in late  when they released their single called «So Strung Out», which peaked at #4 in Germany’s Media Control single chart, earning them gold certification. It was a huge hit in Switzerland and Austria, as well. The next track that was released as a single - «Time Is Tickin’ Away» - was also a big hit in GSA region. The act’s existence at the time was as succuessful as Germany’s biggest hip-hopper named Nana both were occupying high chart positions.
The album «General Population» hit the stores, being one of the greatest Germany hip-hop albums (January 2008). The album, besides their 3 hit singles «So Strung Out», «Time Is Tickin’ Away» and «Summertime», contained 9 other tracks, including «Everything’s Good», «Being Raised» and «My Life».
Shortly after «Summertime» was released in , Mr. P began considering a solo career, January 2008 meantime disagreeing a lot with Red Dogg on both personal and musical decisions, which drove Mr. P eventually leaving the act. Despite his departure, C-Block (which was now left with only Red Dogg, Misty and Goldie Gold) released a new single in late 1997 called «Eternal Grace», which entered the top 10 in [Media Control Charts|Media Control]. In May of , the act released the album «Keepin’ It Real», which, in a way, had more ghetto influence but yet kept the «CBK». The album didn’t find a similar success in GSA region as the previous album, but it was well received in some eastern European countries, like Poland. The next single was «Broken Wings», which was a Mr. Mister cover.
In 1999, C-Block made a surprising comeback with Mr. P being back in the project with a new female singer Jeanine Love and Red Dogg, Preston Holloway (MC/Singer) | Goldie and Theresa Baltimore (MC/singer)|Misty out of the picture. The new single was called «Keep Movin»’. Although the track had the same «‘CBK»’ sound, it never had the success that previous singles did.
Almost a year later, in 2000, C-Block released the single called «The Future Is So Bright» with the same James White | Mr. P and Jeanine Love producing all vocal part of the work, but the success again wasn’t there at all. On the inlay of the single they were announcing a new album called «Changes», which was to be dropped within the next few months, but it never came out. The act took a break and things went quiet afterwards.
Shortly after Red Dogg announced his plans of his solo career, on the September 15 2001 he was involved in a shooting incident, being almost killed. He lost a part of his memory and is now paralysed from the waist down. However, latest news from his family in California indicates that he has re-married his ex-wife and now they live together with their daughter and grand daughter.