A fan favorite, Skeezo, is back at crafting some newness by releasing, not one, but two singles. No Seeds is a track that is completely smoothed out with some saxophone laced production by Ruen, while Full Moon has a little more bounce to it. Both tracks feature some very focused lyricism from Skeezo, who seems even more poised then ever to take audio waves by storm.
Last year was when I first became acquainted with Skeezo’s music. My initial feeling was that this guy was bringing back that NYC hardcore rhyming that groups like Mobb Deep and MOP made prevalent back in the 1990s. The dude’s lyrics hit like a hammer and he is unafraid to spit those street mentality rhymes in a world that more appreciates the candy coated genre.
Last year he and I briefly touched on a showcase on HHD for his talents and with his album, Face Value looming next month, we felt it was the perfect opportunity for new fans to get to know that man behind the music.
So peep this interview and make sure you cop his album in March. There’s some serious heat to occur.