Genesis Elijah continues his astonishing work rate and barrage of dope tracks. This one, 1981 is a profound dropping of knowledge with a well edited video featuring scenes from riots back in the day as a metaphor. Focussing on the artist's development from early days to now, Genesis eloquently and thoughtfully captures the details of his progression.
On this track Brixton born Genesis Elijah is depicting his earlier life from growing up on the block to how he is made these days. In Hollywood he is comparing how he has made his life a success to other MCs he used to hang with he asks that they delete his contact details from their phones.
Japanese script title of sayonara, i.e. Good Bye is the latest from Brixton artist Genesis Elijah and his goto producer Pastor Dutchie via Escape Route Music. Leaning on the auto-tune Genesis always drops some serious business and this one is not short on emotion.
Genesis Elijah gets with Warren-D for the new single and video entitled New Ting. Genesis gets busy pointing out hypocrisies in life and Warren-D equally drops knowledge and connects with his humbleness. Both MCs are on the same flex and deliver quality.
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.