Genesis Elijah performs 'A Fool At Forty' from his forthcoming album 'A Prophet In His Hometown'. Genesis spits extremely well crafted lyrics on a conscious tip. First verse insightful, second verse laying down his credentials. Genesis is displaying his veteran status and how after years can create perfect verses.
Brixton's Genesis Elijah returns with Clean Hearts Always Win which has a clever lyric detailing Genesis' standing and how is making paper. His game is on lock and his business ethic is second to none. Despite many re-starts he feels this time it is for real!
Bristol's K*Ners has worked with Genesis Elijah before such as on 2014's Bringing It. Now they have linked again for Time Is Counting where they break down what they have done for their locals and the scene over the years. We know what to expect from these two dons and this track delivers hard.
Genesis Elijah drops his ode to his long time partner, baby mother and wife. Destiny is touching and the video containing a montage of old photos tracking their relationship only makes it even more personal. Chorus is provided by singer Matt Wills.
Genesis Elijah smashes another sick offering - Falling. This time production comes from ZaheerMusic and the concept video which sees Genesis reduced to diminutive proportions is by Blurred Vision.
Genesis Elijah gets Manga Saint Hilare and PAV4N in on the action for some heavy vibez. My Bredda offers a gruff ragga tinged vocals over an electronic hectic beat. Jump up.
Genesis Elijah is back with a Mad One an aptly titled fast paced posse cut featuring Jammz and Scotty Stacks who both go in hard and get busy with their hyper energy.