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!
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.
Stuff is great. It’s anything, anyone, any place, any time. Kind of like hip hop... How Illustrate has managed to take such a juvenile term and make it into a genuinely thought provoking, yet entertaining collection of tracks, is beyond me.
Genesis Elijah, a.k.a. Nathaniel Winston Joseph Bygrave hails from Brixton and in 2005 burst onto the scene with his Deh Pon Road EP. As I haven’t heard a lot from Genesis Elijah recently I decided to catch up with him and find out what has been up to and what to expect from him for 2007...