“Underground Music Awards’ “Most Promising Male Rapper” to Release Debut Mixtape on October 25th”
Brooklyn, NY – Einstein’s theory of mass-energy states that E = mc2, it is now possible that the MC-squared he really meant was emerging Brooklyn emcee Gees Extortion, who has enough passion and energy to light up an entire genre of music full of copycat artists.
On Tuesday, October 25, Real Radio Records will enter Gees’ debut mixtape, Organized Rhymes: The Original Mixtape, as exhibit A into the court of public opinion and make his case as the “Most Promising Male Rapper” in Hip Hop.
The Original Mixtape will feature all original production from recognizable beatsmiths such as !llmind, Jahlil Beats, and Focus as well as very talented up-and-comers like S’pply & D’mand Production, Clipsmoke, and Hala-X. Guest appearances from Nitty Scott, MC and singer/songwriter Vin Keatin will also be featured on Organized Rhymes.
“The idea behind Organized Rhymes is turning crimes against Hip Hop into rhymes to shake down these weak rap cats lyrically over original beats to showcase my songwriting skills,” says Gees. “On the mixtape I rap about things I’m proud of, things I’m not proud of, my experiences, my likes, my dislikes, basically the good, the bad, and the ugly.”
Already acclaimed by critics and colleagues alike on the underground scene (winner of the Underground Music Awards’ “Most Promising Male Rapper”), Organized Rhymes will catapult Gees into the discussion of best emerging Hip Hop artist in the year to come.
With the released of several tracks off Organized Rhymes like “Life Is So Crazy,” “Top Spot,” and “Chasin’” to good reviews from reputable Hip Hop website DJBooth.net and others, Gees has developed a strong buzz online as well as the streets of NYC since he began recording his debut late last year.
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