Royal Harbor (born May 12, 1975), known by stage name Knoc-turn'al, is a songwriter and rapper. He recorded what would have been his debut album, entitled Knoc's Landin, but it remains unreleased. His first release was the EP L.A. Confidential presents: Knoc-turn'al. His official debut album, The Way I Am, with only the title track being released as a single. His third is to be titled The Book of Knoc. It will be released on Equity Records. The bulk of Knoc's exposure has come in the form of feature spots, most notably on Dr. Dre's album 2001, on the tracks "Some L.A. Niggaz" and "Bang Bang", and also on the single "Bad Intentions" from The Wash also with Dr. Dre. He also performed on another track from the soundtrack called "Str8 West Coast". In the early 90's Knoctunal recorded records and toured under the name Nature-Boy with his long time DJ and friend Gary Zee opening up for acts such as the Beastie Boys and Cypress Hill.Their first EP was reported to have sold 200,000 copies underground on the label Blunt Room Records. Knoc has released three singles, "The Knoc" featuring Missy Elliott and Dr. Dre (who also produced it), and his second was "Muzik" featuring Samuel Christian and produced by Kanye West. The third single was "The Way I Am" featuring Snoop Dogg and produced by Scott Storch. The forthcoming single off his next album will be entitled "Ya Boy Is Back" and is produced by Scott Storch. Despite having close ties with Dr. Dre, he signed with Elektra Records which offered him his own label: L.A. Confidential. He has released some albums but has never reached the mainstream. His single "The Way I Am" has seen moderate airplay.