Toki Wright (born 1980) is an American rapper, organizer, and educator from Minneapolis, Minnesota. Toki Wright met Adonis D. Frazier in 1998, and they formed The C.O.R.E. (Children of Righteous Elevation). The duo's debut album, Metropolis, was released in 2003. As well as being a member of The Chosen Few, Toki Wright has released a number of solo recordings, including A Different Mirror (2009), Black Male (2010), and Faders (2012).Pangaea, his collaborative album with producer Big Cats, was released in 2014. Toki Wright stated that "A Different Mirror", the title track from his 2009 album, was inspired by Ronald Takaki's A Different Mirror: A History of Multicultural America, saying: "Unless we look into a different mirror we will only see our own reflection. American history for example might be all apple pies and American flags for many, but the history of people of color in America is filled with poverty hatred".