A hip-hop Horatio Alger in the making, Gees Extortion scraped his way up from the “dark streets of NY” to get to where he stands today. On the latest song release off his recent, Booth-sponsored mixtape, the Brooklyn rhymesayer celebrates his Victory over hardship and struggle in appropriately anthemic style. Joining Gees over buzzmaking producer Sho-Down‘s synth boardwork, Anna tops the record off with a determined hook. Craving more? Then click here to stream and/or download Organized Rhymes for free courtesy of The DJBooth!
Written by richard on 12/9/11
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