Gel Roc. With a hard “G,” like graffiti, not George Bush (Mass Men/Ex2).
In your psyche, on beat breaks and between the grooves of the vinyl.
Write raps, experiment with styles and make good of self-inflicted turmoil.
When Yo! MTV Raps aired. Then I got serious and started recording with Awol and the Ex2s in the early 90s.
Powerful enough to change the course of my life. I’ve sacrificed and invested years of service. I’m thankful for music and all that it’s offered in return thus far.
Growth. Response and reaction to all things being equal and unequal.
A dope vibe, substance and perspective on the topic at hand.
Alpha, omega and the dash between the dates.
Tomorrow, voices and visuals. Creation don’t stop—even in the sheets.
My new record’s (Beautiful Tragedy) vinyl LP release with exclusive cuts, as well as some other mixed bags of works.