Geechi Suede is back with another project and another video. Livin It is taken from Fishnet Skyscrapers, which is available now via Gold Dice.
Geechi Suede keeps the dope coming with this latest video for Gallery 77, the next track to be lifted from his recent 0.9 NyteLife FM album. You can buy it now over on iTunes.
Another joint from Geechi Suede’s latest release has been given the video treatment. The Camp Lo vet released his debut solo album – 0.9 NyteLife FM – at the end of last year. Its available to buy here.
The Camp Lo veteran drops a new video for 0.9, which is taken from his latest album, 0.9 NyteLife FM. The project is produced in full by SaL GuoD & ReXxX from Nytelife. You can cop the album right now from all the usual outlets.
Following on from the excellent interview with Zilla Rocca I posted yesterday, thought it only right to hit you with another one of his remixes.
This time it’s for the 2014 track Chi-Town Drumroll, which was originally included on the No Vacation For Murder LP and features none other than Camp-Lo legend, Geechi Suede. Continue reading “Zilla Rocca & The Shadow Boxers ft. Geechi Suede: Chi-Town Drumroll (Remix)”
Interview originally took place in June 2011
I’ve heard a lot of different answers to this question, but what do you think was the most important year for hip hop as a whole?
The biggest year in hip hop was 1992, without a doubt. 1992 all the way up until ’99 and then when 2000 came, it all changed.
Okay and what, for you, made that the most important year?
Well everything that was being made was so original and never heard before, but you know, with that being said, that’s what hip hop is supposed to be all about: originality and just things that people have not heard other people doing. And then with the radio and the way radio plays music for political reasons, not necessarily caring for the community. You know sometimes they do, you got younger fans who listen to today’s music, but my thing is to play everything; anything and everything that’s good and I kinda felt like the hip hop we were doing was so original, but it is just lacking that sound today. Continue reading “Pete Rock Interview”