William A. Lewis (born April 16, 1975) Raised in East Flatbush, Brooklyn,
New York, he is of Trinidadian descent, better known as Spliff
Star, first appeared alongside Busta Rhymes as the Flipmode Squad
in 1996 on his album The Coming.
Spliff graduated from Franklin & Marshall College in 1996.
The Flipmode Squad as a Brooklyn crew released their debut album
The Imperial Album in 1998.
Every member kept busy guesting on each others albums and mixtapes
as well as promoting their respective careers.
Spliff Star was scheduled to release his first solo album entitled
...About Time sometime in 2009.
Spliff released his first (Digital-Only) solo Indie project, CONTRABAND
-The Street Album, on Jan. 22nd,2008, via his label Paperrock Records,
on the Flipmode/Paperrock imprint.
Lewis was arrested in Stockholm, Sweden on 11 May 2008 on suspicion
of drug possession.
He appears in almost all Busta Rhymes music videos, normally as
someone standing next to Busta or having an actual verse. Some of
the videos he's been included in are "Turn It Up (Remix)/Fire
It Up", "Break Ya Neck", "Make It Clap", "I
Know What You Want" in which he is credited along with the Flipmode
Squad, "Touch It" & "Don't Touch Me". He
also appears alongside Busta Rhymes in almost all of his shows.
2003 Blood & Sweat
2007 Let the Streets Decide (hosted by Big Mike)
2007 Contraband (mixtape version) (Flipmode/Paperrock) (hosted by Big Mike)
2008 Contraband (street album) (Flipmode/Paperrock)
2009 One Shot Willy (Flipmode/Paperrock)
2011 One Shot Willy Part 2 (Flipmode/Paperrock, TBA release date)
 With Flipmode Squad
1998 The Imperial Album
1998 Wayne Bros. (as himself)
1999 The 1999 Source Hip-Hop Music Awards (as himself)
2000 Da Hip Hop Witch (as himself)
2001 Missy 'Misdemeanor' Elliott: Hits of Miss E The Videos, Volume 1 (as himself)
2003 Chappelle's Show musical guest (as himself)
2003 Brother Ber (as Old man bear)
2004 The Shady National Convention (as himself)
2004 Full Clip (actor)
2004 Busta Rhymes: Everything Remains Raw (performer)
2005 Negermagasinet Season 2, Episode 9 (as himself)
2006 Rap Sheet: Hip-Hop and the Cops (as himself)
2007 Nick Cannon: Short Circuitz (as himself)