Today's track from Genesis Elijah and Pastor Dutchie is Top 5. This one has a harsher energetic vibe than the previous few and sees Genesis boast and lay claim to his legacy as one of the UK's greats. Once again culled from the LP None Of You Can XXXX With Me released via Escape Route Music.
Genesis Elijah drops a track nearly every day. Today's track is For You. Bringing the real life love story this is another classic! Genesis' current direction sounds so organic. Pastor's tracks frequent have no drums, but the tracks don't necessarily need it. No synths just old soul samples, loving it.
Genesis Elijah has this 'art down to a science'. The ability to push out more than 50 tracks in the past year does not diminish their quality. Gone is another detailing how Genesis can not be fucked with and how he is at the top of the food chain - running the game.
Another deeply soulful track from the Genesis Elijah and Pastor Dutchie duo. On Strong One Genesis Elijah describes his strength and how he is now ultra confident. This is not misplaced braggadocio, but a recognition of the work put in and the accomplishments he has achieved. Production is a simple dope sample looped up.
Another superbly funky track from the Genesis Elijah and Pastor Dutchie duo. I'll See You, as with Genesis Elijah's recent work is essentially a stream of consciousness. I don't think there is anything going on in Genesis' head except for continually composing dope rhymes.
Feeling this new wave of material from Genesis Elijah and Pastor Dutchie. Super smooth production and big sax. Awesome lines with double meaning such as the opening line, "started at the bottom and I'm still here" rest along side biographical information and exposing of payback rates for streaming. Its all in here.
Genesis Elijah is working non-stop and delivering track after track almost weekly. On this one entitled Rioters, Genesis once again speaks truths and says things that others dare not. Seems this comes easily to him and with the backing of producer Pastor Dutchie its another banger.
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.
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.