I’ve done one somewhat like this—not very tidy—and perhaps incorrectly:
KJ-52 ǂc (Rapper), ǂd 1975- [changed from KJ52 (Rapper)]
A question on this point came up during our RDA in NACO training in November. Here's the question I posed to Paul Frank along with his response:
5. Additions made to names that do not evoke "person-ness": since LC-PCC PS 220.127.116.11 asks for birth/death dates in personal name access points regardless of conflict, it seems this is also expected for those names that require Profession/Occupation element data to clarify the person-ness of someone (RDA 18.104.22.168). Following this, we would then have:
100 0- 50 Cent $c (Musician), $d 1975-
Is this correct?
PF: Yes, this is correct.
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