Ruff Di-Mondz

Ruff Di-Mondz is a rap duo from Brooklyn, NY. The group is made up of the two female mc's Tiny and Trini. (from left to right on the picture)

They released one single in '94 on Pleasure Street Records with the two tracks "Off Mine" and "Powers In The P", which was available on vinyl and cassette with the catalog number PSR002.

Both tracks are dope! "Off Mine" is a ruff n rugged joint with a bit ragga toasting. "Powers In The P" got a nice party vibe and the Ruff Di-Mondz let the boys know how they roll when they get it on. But it's also addressed to the girls to fight for their sexual empowerment.

The tracks were produced by Ruff Di-Mondz and Shawn Robinson, with additional production by The Bluez Bruthas, which is the production team from Lord Digga and Norm Bates (R.I.P). Executive producers are Al McCarther Jr. and Red One. The songs were recorded at Firehouse Studio in NY, engineered and mixed by Ethan Ryman and Red One. They recorded more tracks as Ruff Di-Mondz, but the tracks were never released.

I was able to talk with Robyn (Tiny), she gave me a bit more info about the group and was so kind to give me the two unreleased tracks "2 Fa Ya Head" and "Raise Em Up" for your listening pleasure.

Tiny and Trini made music together since 1990, back then their group name was "Total Effect" and later they changed their name to Ruff Di-Mondz. The song "Grab The Mike" was released on a cassette sampler titled "New Music Nights Festival (Unsigned '92)". There is another record on Pleasure Street Records from 1992 by Pure Pleasure with the track 100° Fahrenheit, which was also produced by Al McCarther Jr. and Red One.


ADAGIO! (pronounced "A-dee-gee-o") stands for A Definition of Ambition, Goals, Interest and Organization! The rap duo of Adagio! consists of Emcee Rayme Supreme or also spelled Reign Supreme (R. Fogle) and Producer Big Cuz’n/ Big Cousin, also known as the Obvious Wonder (Brian Pritchett). They first met in 1992 at Adelphi University in Long Island, NY. Both were avid fans of rap music and they both majored in Film and Television production, ultimately graduating from Adelphi University in 1996. Rayme Supreme hailing from Philadelphia, PA and Big Cuz’n hailing from Mount Vernon, NY caught their big musical break in 1995. A mutual friend who was also a student at their University (Breeze Brewin' of the Juggaknots) introduced them to Bobbito Garcia of NYC’s "Stretch Armstrong & Bobbito Radio Show on WKCR 89.9 FM. Bobbito listened to a couple of demos from Adagio! and decided to pass the demos along to Columbia Records’ A&R Faith Newman. The demos contained several songs that were recorded while they were still students. The song that was scheduled to be highlighted on a NYC Underground demo complication album was “Boy and Girl Tale” but unfortunately that album was never released. However, through the connection with Bobbito and Stretch Armstrong they were able to appear on many of the thriving NYC underground radio shows in the mid to late 90s which played their music. Eventually more and more people began to catch their ears on Adagio! and it didn't take long until their first independent release took place, which was on EMO Recordings in 1996 and featured the single “The Obvious Joint”/ “Ass & Benefits”. In the same year they appeared together with Juggaknots and Wisdom on the track "All Star Jam". With Juggaknots they also recorded the track "Who Makes It Hot". Adagio! released 2 more 12" singles and a EP on EMO/SOM Recordings in 1997, "The Break" 12" single, "Everybody" 12" single and "New York To Philly The EP". The duo were also able to secure a press and distribute deal through Fat Beats Records in 1997 and release several other projects. A year later they released  the 12" single "The Meaning" and in 2002 their last 12" single titled "Poetry To Infinity". In 2001 the Obvious Wonder released his solo 12" single titled "Neva Before / Flow". Reign Supreme appeared on the "Checkin Down The Menu" Remix from Ruggedness Madd Drama in '95 and on the Prophets Of The Ghetto track "Muffled Mics". Currently, both Rayme Supreme and Big Cuz’n work as educators in Philadelphia, PA and Mount Vernon, NY respectively. Now Adagio! opens up their vaults and Heavy Jewelz presents "The Obvious Archives Pt.1".

This record contains a intro and the 5 unreleased tracks: "Music", "Rap 101", "Droppin' Hits", "Ease Off" and "Tellin". The record comes with a sticker cover with artwork from the greek artist "Architek".

There will be 200 copies on black vinyl and 100 copies on blue black swirl vinyl. Also there will be 10 Test Pressing packages with alternate Stickercover design by Architek and custom made record mailers.

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Terror Green

There is not much information on the internet about the Brooklyn Rapper "Terror Green". Most people know him for the demo track "45 Stitches" which got airplay at the Stretch & Bobbito Show in the mid 90s. Now Heavy Jewelz just released the full demo tape for the first time on wax (for more release details check below), but first you maybe want to read the following text to get more information about Terror Green, he provided us with a short Biography.

"A product of his environment, TERROR GREEN is the epitome of NY hip-hop. Raised on Herkimer St. in Bed-Stuy Brooklyn by his West Indian and southern grandparents he was exposed to a rich culture infused with music. His uncle Chilly D was a DJ at the infamous Billie Holiday Theater at Restoration Plaza and also an accomplished bass guitarist, his grandmother was a jazz and blues singer and his grandfather was a reggae purist that exposed him to a mix of sounds from an early age. But in 1984 he got his official first taste of Hip-Hop with U.T.F.O.'s "Roxanne, Roxanne", and there was no looking back. Every Friday he along with everyone else in NY was ready to record DJ Red Alert's Master Mix or Mr. Magic's Rap Attack. If you ask TG who were the most influential artists in his life then it would have to be BDP and Rakim. Soon he was Beat Boxing in school, wearing two-tone Vasco's, Gazelle's, BVD t-shirts, Furry Kangol hats and Bally suede shoes.
Fast forward to 1989 when tragedy first fell upon him, it was the loss of his grandfather. He held his grandfather in his arms as he passed which affected him traumatically. He was forced to become the man of the house and grow up quicker in what was already one of the toughest neighborhoods in America. It is believed that this is when "TERROR" was born. He began hanging out in the streets and unavoidably flunking out of Summit J.H.S., the talented and gifted school he attended with fellow student and rapper Talib Kweli. It wasn't long before he was arrested in his new school Satellite East J.H.S. and ended up in the infamous Spofford Correctional Facility in the Bronx where he started a long and unfortunate stint in the NY D.F.Y. (Division for Youth) system. In fact, from the young age of 12 he never lived at home again. During his stays in facilities like Brooklyn’s Ella McQueen Correctional, The Bronx’s Pyramid House, Albany’s Camp Cass, Group Homes and Foster care, he began to vividly elaborate on his frustrations not only physically but poetically.
The majority of his music is based on fact. In fact they are first person accounts rather than hypothetical stories. It was around 1994 while awaiting trial in NY's Rikers Island for a gun charge that his friends from E.N.Y. were forming the rap group The Darkside, which was being produced by Georges Sulmers of Rawshack Productions, known for working with Public Enemy and breaking the underground artist J-Live. As soon as he was released he was welcomed home to a spot being held for him in the group. After a few collaborations and features with other artists and groups like Bed-Stuy's Sauce Money and his hometown crew The Mod-Squad it was determined that he should pursue a solo career with the blessings of his boys.
It was then that TG was introduced to DJ Nastee and Elektra A&R Rick Posada who took over the position after the departure of the well known Dante Ross. He began working closely with these two while still maintaining a great working relationship with Mr. Sulmers. But there was a certain magic between Nastee and TG. For example the track titled 45 STITCHES is a step by step account of one of his many brushes with death while living in his second stomping grounds the world renowned killing fields of Brooklyn's East New York. This is undoubtedly the most acclaimed creation, but by far not the only brew that was cooked up by these chefs. Other songs, such as "Check tha File", "Dub" and "Much Terra" were all classics of that era. It wasn't long before people began to notice the work they were putting in which inevitably became a mainstay on the world famous "Stretch and Bobbito Show” and the reason he received top billing at Bobbito's showcase, "Bobbito Speaks" in N.Y.C. In fact, the track 45 Stitches in Bobbito Garcia's own words became the most requested demo in WKCR's history! In the words of underground hip-hop legend Lord Sear, "WOW! That’s crazy!!" Yes, this is by no means a small feat, taking into account the level of music and the artists being played on the station at that time, e.g. Biggie Smalls, NAS, Wu-Tang Clan and more. This in turn developed into TG securing a Demo Deal with Elektra Records. Unfortunately, the label was going thru a shift in management and the development of acts like Busta Rhymes and Old Dirty Bastard, which left TG shelved and overlooked. But this did not deter TG; he continued to perfect his craft.
Shortly after the Elektra situation, DJ Nastee began working at the world class recording studio THE CUTTING ROOM, where he worked his way up thru the ranks and eventually became the head engineer acquiring a substantial portfolio of clients such as Mobb Deep, Peter Gunz and more. It was during this time the two began to ramp up their efforts with new material by utilizing the top notch facilities and the magic started again. According to TG it was during a late night mix session with DJ Nastee that Havoc of Mobb Deep walked in the studio and heard the track “Comin’ Thru” and said, “That’s you? Damn son, you ‘bout to BLOW!” By this time there were a few additions to the crew including a young intern at the studio named Justin Smith, more commonly known now as Just Blaze. One of their collaborations became Justin's 2nd record ever played on NY's HOT 97. This in combination with a Cutting Room production deal on the table and a signed retainer with hip-hop lawyer Paul Rosenberg of Shady Records made success a sure thing for TG, but as we all know, nothing in this world is a sure thing. Life had something else planned for the rapper. Starting a family and settling down is the path he ended up on.
According to the rapper, he has “NO REGRETS”, which coincidentally happens to be the title of his new soon to debut mixtape. There are no sure things in this world except for the fact that this dude still has it! And from what we've heard of the new material like a track named "In The House" produced by Canei Finch, you would think he just came out. It makes one wonder what would be of this Brooklyn native had he got on back in the days. Either way, TERROR GREEN has to be recognized as one of the nicest underground artists of the 90's and a force to be reckoned with now. Don't call it a comeback, and technically it's not a come-up but you can bet, one way or another he's coming!"
Heavy Jewelz Records proudly presents the most requested demo in WKCR's history for the first time on wax: Terror Green - The 1995 Demo EP, it's the full demo tape with 4 tracks, a intro and bonus beats. Besides the well known tracks "45 Stitches" and "Check Tha File" you get the 2 unheard tracks "Dub" and "Much Terra". All tracks produced and recorded by DJ Nastee between '94-'95. The record comes with a big size sticker cover with artwork from the Graffiti Artist "Skore79" inspired by the tracks from the demo tape. Including a cardboard insert from the artist Mark563. There will be 100 copies on black vinyl, 100 copies on clear olive green and 100 copies on clear green with black swirl vinyl.
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Stickercover Artwork by Skore79

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Peace! I want to inform y'all that i started a small record label with 2 friends (Verge & PG023). We are specialized in pressing up mainly demos, lost or unreleased hip hop music from the 90s era on wax. But there will be also some 80s material and Cassette and CD releases in the future. We just got our first release out, we pressed the first album from Gee Rock & Da CND Coalition titled "Strait Outta Jerzee" on wax. This year in february i presented this man's biography & discography on my blog, you can look here. I wrote there will be some upcoming releases from his archive on vinyl and finally here is the first one from a series of Gee Rock releases on our label.
Originally this album came out in '93 only on cassette and only a few copies were made, most of them are lost and unfortunatley also the masters got lost, so we had no other chance to source from a cassette which was also in bad shape. We did our best to restore and remaster the material, let's say it straight the quality is not perfect and it was a tough decision if we do it, especially to choose it as our debut release. We had apprehensions people will not enjoy it because of the sound quality, but at the end we thought we enjoy it and there will be more people who will enjoy it, despite the quality and if we don't do it now, maybe this great album get lost forever. Now 20 years later we present 12 tracks for the first time on vinyl. We had to leave out 2 tracks, the intro, skits and outro to make it all fit on one vinyl. We are thinking about a 7" with the 2 remaining tracks, we also thought about a cassette or CD version with the full album, we see..since the original cassette came without a J-card and the only information like artist, year and tracklist was printed on the cassette, we also had to restore a old Gee Rock logo and rebuild a "Strait Outta Jerzee" Tag which i spotted on a T-Shirt which he was wearing on a picture from '93. We took a picture from him which was also from that time, incorporated the artwork and turned it into a Stickercover. My goal was is to make it look like a original record cover from '93. We pressed 300 copies with stickercover, 200 black and 100 caramel swirl colored. you better be quick, the colored copies are already gone on the first day. stay tuned for more upcoming releases on Heavy Jewelz. We got mad stuff in the pipeline :) a big THANK YOU to Derek and my two label mates.

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Rhyme Poetic Mafia

Rhyme Poetic Mafia is a gangster rap group from Los Angeles, formed in 1988 and consists of the rapper Powerlord Jel (Marlowe Bates) and the DJ, Producer and Actor The Ring Leader DJ Ace (Richard Ascencio).

They are affiliated with Ice-T's Rhyme $yndicate and the South Central Cartel / Murder Squad. In 1991 Rhyme Poetic Mafia called attention for the first time on the "South Central Cartel" debut album "South Central Madness". DJ Ace produced the title track "South Central Madness" and features Jel on the lyrics. DJ Ace also did the scratches on "Neighborhood Jacka" and "Ya Getz Clowned". In 1993 they were signed to Giant Records and released their single "Comin' Thru Your Neighborhood", which was available as 12" single and CD single. In the same year they recorded their debut album "Reign Of Terror", but unfortunatley due to problems with the label the album was never officially released and only a few promo tape copies were made.

Reign Of Terror

Lock Down
Low Down Mission

The Man That I Am
Never Fuck Around (Wit A Loco)
Born Wit Badness
Comin' Thru Your Neighborhood
Another Tale

Harder Than Hardcore
Murder On The Shakedown
You Know That I Am Loced

Cold-Blooded Killer

pump this in your ride!

The single "Comin' Thru Your Neighborhood" comes in a typical G-Funk style, nice, but nothing outstanding..the album got much stronger tracks and also some sick productions. Except the song "What's The Reason (For The Madness)" which features LV, i really enjoy the whole album and it's really sad it never came out. On "Low Down Mission" and "Cold-Blooded Killer" Jel gets some SSC Fam support on the Microphone (Prodeje, Westside, Hot Dolla?). In '93 DJ Ace made a Remix for Ice-T's "That's How I Am Livin'" and produced "I Mo Nigga N Da Paint" and "Cold Young Niggaz" for Havoc & Prodeje on the Album "Livin In A Crime Wave" and Jel is featured on the cut "Muthafucca Say What". One year later in '94 DJ Ace made the scratches on the second South Central Cartel Album "'N Gatz We Truss" and Jel appeared on the second Havoc & Prodeje Album "Kickin Game" on the joints "M-Squads Nation Wide" and "G'z Only" and Dj Ace produced "Pop Goz The 9" for Gripsta which was available as 12" single. In 1995 Jel rhymes on "No Peace" along with Ice-T, Spice 1, Boss & Treach on the S.C.C. Presents Murder Squad Nationwide Album. DJ Ace produced half of the songs from Ice-T's "VI: Return Of The Real" in '96 and Jel raps on the tunes "Bouncin' Down The Strezeet" and "Syndicate 4 Ever". 1997 was the year Rhyme Poetic Mafia returned with their second single "Knuckleheadz Beware / Stick And Move" 12" on Breakaway Records and one year later they released their second Album entitled "The Root Of All Evil". In '99 DJ Ace was the main producer for Ice-T's Album "Seventh Deadly Sin" and Jel got a guest feature on the track "Fuck It". Through the years DJ Ace production credits expanded and he also worked with: King T, Kurupt, Sen Dog, B Real, Chino Xl, LV, Sick Jacken, Frost, Trigga the Gambler, Smoothe da Hustler, J-Ro, The Mexakinz, Body Count, Phil da Agony, Rakaa, Gutterfame.

Gee Rock

2013 is the year Gee Rock announced the "Urban Legendary Project (The Legacy)"! In plain terms that means this year he is 35 years active in the Hip Hop Culture! It's long overdue to take a closer look at the legendary Gee Rock! I contacted him and interviewed him, or more precisely we had a conversation through the past months and the following text is the essence which focus on his Biography and Discography.

Gee Rock (Derek Simmons) was born March 28, 1963 in Summit, New Jersey.

He is mainly known as a MC, Producer and DJ, but he is representing all Elements of Hip Hop and also got his roots in Breakdancing and Graffiti. His love for music started at an young age, especially funk music from the 70s got his attention, Bands like Parliament, Funkadelic, James Brown, Kool & The Gang,...
His passion for the Hip Hop Culture started In 1978 while he was visiting a private school together with his cousin in Los Angeles, CA. He started dancing and practiced the dance styles Popping and Locking and the robotic style. A year later he went to Plainfield, NJ and finally moved to Newark.
It was at the end of 1979 after he was listening to "Kurtis Blow – Christmas Rappin", he decided to write his first rhyme to the instrumental, it was called the "Universal Rap". Afterwards he wanted to produce his own beats and bought a Boss Dr. Rhythm Drumcomputer, soon after he extended his first setup with a Casio SK-1 sampling keyboard to add more content to his beats. He focused on making music and he got more professional with producing beats. Through the years he had all major samplers and drum machines, like Akai MPC 60 / 3000 / 2000, Emu SP 12 /1200, Ensoniq ASR-10, Casio RZ-1 and all Drum machines from Roland, Korg and Alesis...he changed his gear every year.
In 1982 he formed the duo "Too Dangerous" together with Dj Johnny Dangerous (Johnny Holiday). A bit later a second rapper named MC S Dee (David Lamar) joined the group for about 2 years who then enlisted in the army. They recorded "Rock The Beat" and "We Like Percussion" (feat. S Dee) in 1982 and "It's Just A Groove" in 1984 at the Studio from Vaughan Mason (Vaughan Mason & The Crew / Raze). Dj Johnny Dangerous later left the group and was replaced by DJ Treacherous D (Arnold Durant). They got a record deal at Big House Records in 1985 and released their only 12" single with the two tracks "Danger Zone" and "Rock On" in 1988, they pressed only 300 copies, which makes it a sought after record now.

They were also working on an album which was never released due to a management change of the label. Only 6 testpresses were made of the album, but unfortunatley these got lost. Besides "Danger Zone" and "Rock On" there was the very first version of "The Concept Might Break You" on it along with tracks like "Devotion", "Go", "In Love", "Groove To Get Down" and "No Drugs Allowed". Too Dangerous was managed through the Famous Artists agency and was on a major tour in 1989 with the Famous Artists roster (BDP, MC Shan, ATCQ,...) 

(click on the picture to enlarge and see the full roster)


Too Dangerous on Tour

After the tour DJ Treacherous D left the group and DJ Haste Precision (Ezekiel Washington) became the final DJ of the duo and in 1990 Too Dangerous disbanded.

It's Just A Groove

Danger Zone

Rock On

The Concept Might Break You

In 1987 he met the female singer Crystal at Big House Studio, while she was looking for a deal. She already had a record out as "Silver Star" with the 12" single "Eei Eei O" in 1982 on Enjoy Records. Crystal and Derek formed the production company "CND Productions", this is where the three letters "CND" are originally coming from. They were together off and on for about 5 years and they recorded a lot of songs together, which unfortunatley got lost forever. After they parted he kept the name and started recruiting artists. From now on his name was followed by an attachment: "The CND Coalition" (before also known as the "The Rock On Posse"). "CND" stands now for "Creating New Dimensions" and "The Coalition" consists of a bunch of artists he worked with, first was N.I.G. Dee soon after came Skee Love (aka Earl Jonez) and then the first lady Quannie Quan (aka Treazure), followed by a whole host of others which turned up: Lord Money Green, Skully (aka Boss Man), Sarge Roc, Da Mad Artist (aka Showtyme), Punkincee, JaJa Binx and Tamika Scott. Today he names Lakim Shabazz and Percee P. as honorary members. Another longtime close comrade on his side was Tonski-Spies (aka Tony Arafat) from the "Rescue One Posse". In 1993 he founded "Force One Networkz" and his label "Force One Records" and he released on his new born label his first solo album "Strait Outta Jerzee". He only made a few copies on cassette and it even came without a J-Card.


Strait Outta Jerzee
Pass Da Props
Future Of Da Funk
Follow For Now
It's Like Dat (feat. Punkincee)
This Is A Recording (feat. Da Mad Artist)
Flippin Da Hip Hop (feat. Sarge Roc)
Do Or Die (feat. Skully, Skee Love, Yaskills)
Can I Get A Hey
Da Concept Might Break You
We Got It Going On

there are actually two more tracks on it which don't appear on the printed tracklist of the tape: "Whats Up Wit Dat" (feat. Daddy Dee) and "Accapella Thang" (feat. Tonski-Spies, Rig.X & N.I.G. Dee). "Can I Get A Hey" is mislabeled and is "Can I Pick It Up" featuring Waz Most (Boom Skwad), Skully, Black Six (aka Java Da Ancient) and DJ E.Z. Money on the scratches.Yaskills on the track "Do Or Die" later changed his name to "Nocturnal", we know him from the Hit Squad (guest features on PMD – "Never Watered Down" & "Knick Knack Part 2", EPMD – "Dungeon Master", Das EFX – "Someone Told Me"...).

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the provided "Strait Outta Jerzee" soundfiles are not from the cassette version and "Do Or Die" and "Da Concept Might Break You" are not included!

In '93 he co-produced the debut album for "Tonski-Spies" titled "Werewolf Personality", a 8 tracks strong tape only release on Rescue One Records. In the same year he created the character "Baby Boy" with a pitched up voice to spruce up and heat up some funky joints.
A year later in 1994 he released "Da Funkee E.P.", which was a tape only release again with the 4 tracks: "Follow For Now" (different version than the one on "Strait Outta Jerzee") , "Tha Concept Might Break You", "Universal" and "Sway To Tha F.U.N.K".

Follow For Now / Tha Concept Might Break You

Universal / Sway To The F.U.N.K.

In the same year he handled the production for Skee Love's debut 12" single with the 2 tracks  "Higher" and "Gangster Syndrom" and the debut EP from Quannie Quan titled "Every Which Way But Soft", he had a guest appearance on the track "Straight Off Da Dome", but the EP is unfortunatley unreleased. His third tape release "Sway To Tha Funk" is from 1995 and comes with two tracks and two skits: "Sway To The Funk" (different version as on Da Funkee E.P.), "Insanity" (Skit), "Can I Break Em Off" and "Universal" (Skit). The scratches and cuts were done by Dj Treacherous D and E.Z. Money.

Sway To The Funk / Insanity

Can I Break Em Off / Universal

Here we have the two dope unreleased joints "Bussin Shotz" and "Deadliest Venom" from '95.

Bussin Shotz

Deadliest Venom

From '96 - '98 he was part of the Kevin Kieth & Dirty Dozen Radio Show on 105.9 f.m. W.N.W.K. (formerly W.H.B.I.). Kevin hired him to join the Show after an interview in '95 while he was working on the "Untouchable" project. The tracks of the project are "Untouchable", "Funkdafied Soul" (feat. Skee Love), "House Of The Rising Storm", "Mic Contact" and "Live From The Bricks" which features besides Skully and Kimo, the well known Tame One from the Boom Skwad / Artifacts! The Project was then only released through airplay on the show. He was too busy with the Radio Show and other upcoming projects to give the "The Untouchable" a proper release.


Funkdafied Soul

House Of The Risin Storm

Mic Contact

Live From The Bricks

In his radio days in '96 he also teamed up with J-Force for a dope collabo track titled "Underground Ikonz". J-Force released two dope classic underground singles: Bull's Eye 12" (1995) and "For All Thoze / Runnin' On E" 12" (1996) with Marley Marl involved.

Underground Ikonz

1996 was a very productive year, he produced for Skee Love the "Funkdafied Soul" EP, a tape only release with the 3 tracks: "Funkdafied Soul", "The Concept Might Break You" and "Higher". Skee Love asked Gee Rock to do his own version of "The Concept Might Break You", cause it always was a favorite tune from him. He did the production of the debut EP from Brown Hornet & The Stinga titled "Long Overdue". Gee Rock and Mis Fit appeared on the track "Freestyle Fanatics", Brown Hornet & The Stinga later changed their name to Left Hook Right Hand. Brown Hornet aka Double O appeared with guest features on two Redman albums on the tracks "Cloze Ya Doorz" and "Bricks Two". Also he produced the split vinyl EP from N.I.G. Dee and Tonski-Spies in '96 released on Rescue One Records. The track "Rough And Rugged" from the EP is featuring Gee Rock, Tonski-Spies and RJ (aka R-Sun from Native Trinity). Native Trinity already had a dope 12" single out in '94 titled "Laws Of The Land / Check It Out".
Here we have two another dope unreleased tracks from '96 called "For The Braincellz" (feat. Franky 2 Backs & Stroke One) "Brickz Brigade" (feat. Case Da Champ, Waz Most, Quannie Quan & Stroke One)

For The Braincellz

Brickz Brigade

In 1997 he released a split vinyl EP together with the jersey rapper Tru on Force One Records. Many years later Tru released his first album "Ins-Tru-Mentals".


Word Is Bond
Sway To The (F.U.N.K.)
Constant Elevation

Edge Of Insanity
Keep Your Eyes Open
Trick Or Treat

In '97 he also recorded "Sign Of The Time"* (feat. RJ of Native Trinity) and "Freestyle Fellowship" (feat. Napps, Mr. Kind, Egypt,  & Quannie Quan) but again these dope tracks are unreleased.
* In 2006 he made the remix Sign of the Timez (feat. Lakim Shabaaz, Prince Allah).

Sign Of The Time

Freestyle Fellowship

In 1998 he released his third album "Phuturfunkaristik" on cassette through Force One Recordingz.


Word Iz Bond
Hollywood Swinga
360 Degreez
Constant Elevation
It's Like That Y'all (feat. Quannie Quan)
Go Off
Summa Uv 79
Krazy 8 (feat. Skee Love, Flo Joe, Treazure, Mytee G. Poetic, Salahudin)
Right & Exact
Tumblin Down

Word Iz Bond
Constant Elevation

Summa Uv 79
Krazy 8

Right & Exact

Tumblin Down

He rereleased this album later in 2006 as Phuturfunkaristik 2000 XL with a altered tracklist.
Mytee G. Poetic who appeared on the track "Krazy 8" also had some dope 12” singles in the 90s: "Com’n Wit Nuff Ruffness / Brick City Blues" (1994), "Com’n Wit Nuff Ruffness / Listen To The Lyrics" (1995) and "Discovery Zone / Ghetto Journalism" (1996).
In ’98 he produced the track "Stick And Move" for Nig Dee which was available on the Various Artists compilation CD ‎"Insomniac Magazine Presents: Can't Sleep On The Streets".
Around 2000 he stepped into film making and made 4 movies: "Place To Be", "A Man Called Steel", "The Get Together" and "Phone Tap". "Place To Be" is a Hip Hop film and he also produced the soundtrack with various artists. "A Man Called Steel" was in many film festivals, including Tribeca. "The Get Together" was a comedy movie.
In 2002 he produced the album "Ghetto Child" for N.I.G. Dee. A few copies were pressed on tape, but it was never released.
In 2003 he met Percee P through Quannie and Percee put him up on myspace and another productive era began.

The Place to Be Soundtrack:

Throw Your Hands - Treazure
Question Of Truth - Gee Rock
The Legends Are Comin – True School All Stars
How Many Mcees - Clapp 2000 (Al B Dog)
This Is How It Should Be Done... – The Coalition
Everlasting – Gee Rock, Lakim Shabbazz
Ghetto Vibe – Earl Jones
Ghetto Hot - JaJa Binx, Gee Rock
I'm Back – Nig Dee
Tryin To Get A Deal - JaJa Binx
Sign Of The Time – Gee Rock, Lakim Shabbazz
CND Anthem - Earl Jones
Stretchin Out – Gee Rock, Treazure, Tamika
The Big Payback - Gee Rock, Earl Jones
Wewannaparty - Force One Pham
Hip Hop In The Place To Be... - Curtise, Gee Rock
Freestyle Flow – Earl Jones, Abry (aka Braby Face of Native Trinity), Gee Rock

In 2006 he released another Soundtrack: Force One Networkz presents: Street Life (Inspired By The Underground Hit Film “The Game Is Dead”)

Ready To Lose - Abrey Dewan
Code Of The Streets - JaJaBinx & Gee Rock
Everything Must Change - Lord Money Green
Street Life - Treazure & Tamika Scott
A Fool And His Money - Bumpy Johnson
Insanity (Skit) - Gee Rock
Ghetto Child - N.I.G. Dee
Tha Dream (Skit) - Earl Jonez
No Drugs Allowed - Gee Rock

Here are all other releases he did:

Return Uv Tha Funky EP II (2006)

Tha Birth of Hip Hop
At tha Jam Uv tha Mic
Back in tha Daze
Hollywood Swinga
Let Yourself Go
Sign of the Timez (2006 Remix) (feat. Lakim Shabaaz, Prince Allah)
Tha Realness

Brick City Breaks VOL.1 -10 (2007)

The Funky EP XXL (2007)

Hip Hop Prelude
Tha Dope Skit XXL (feat. A-Form, Maddfiles)
Aint Nobody Hot XXL
Constant Elevation XXL
Thuggin Is Over XXL
Hollywood Swinga XXL
Goldfinga XXL
Let Yourself Go XXL
No Drugs Allowed XXL
Cypha Royal XXL (feat. Mel Official, Percee P, Lakim Shabaaz, Jace The Great, Treazure)
So True XXL (feat. Jameek Karriem)
Still Dont Stop XXL
Summa Uv 79 XXL
Aint Nuthin Like It (Hip Hop) XXL

Various Artists - 100 Degreez Deep Vol.1 (2008)

Y'all Dont Want None - Left Hook Right Hand
Give Em What They Want - Mel Official
Here Undaground - Gee Rock & Tha CND Coalition
Lets Do It - Musik G & The UGA Musik G & The Underground Army
Man to Praise - Percee P
This Is for the Streets - Franky 2 Bax
Blowin Up - Bombchelle
Today - Arkivez
Chin Check - DJ Ray Swift
Jerz State of Mind - E-Illa
Lovesoul - Jameek Karriem & Wizdom God
Hip Hop Holy Wars - LinQue
What Else Can I Say - Gee Rock & Tha CND Coalition
The Struggle - Bombchelle
Since I Found You - Apollo
My Fam - Xavier & Lavaryl
Last of the Greats - Percee P
Taking It Back - Tru
A Form of Expression - A Form
Here We Come - Gee Rock & Tha CND Coalition

Various Artists - 100 Degreez Deep Vol.2 (2009)

3 Dahardway (PROMO) - Gee Rock, Percee P, Lakim Shabazz
Darkdayzbrightnightz - Jameek Karriem / Wisdomgod
On And On - Early to Rise (Vince Cruz)
White Girl - Bombchelle
IM Gone PT.1 - Roc Apollo
Hip Hop - Jukstapose & Seb Zero
Chinese Skillz - Har-Q
In Case You Forgot - Gruff Rhino, DJ Porno
No Fear - Born Supreme
Control - Jameek Karriem
Tha Realness (Jazz Remix) - Gee Rock
Examples - Roc Apollo

The Funky EP XXXL (F-1 Anthology) (2009)

Let The Attack Begin (skit)
One Two (prelude)
Triple Feature (promo) (feat. Percee P, Lakim Shabazz)
I Am Hip Hop (Album Mix)
Let Yourself Go (Remix)
Watch Your Step
Equality (Hip Hop) (feat. Reggie Reg (The Legendary Crash Crew)
Truth Be Told
One Two (Feat. Percee P)
Constant Elevation (Xxxl Remix)
Everlasting (2006 Remix) (feat. Lakim Shabazz)
Thisizhowitshouldbedone (feat. Robbie Rock, Booski, Lakim Shabazz, Treazure)
Funky Freestyle (feat. Skee Love)
Ghetto Hot (feat. JaJa Binx)
Here Undaground
Here We Come
Undaground Ikonz (feat. J-Force)
Cypha Royale (feat. Mel Official, Percee P, Lakim Shabazz, Jace The Great, Treazure)
Live From The Bricks (feat. Tame One, Skully & Kimo)
Code Of The Street (feat. JaJa Binx)
Sign Of The Timez (feat. Lakim Shabazz & Prince Allah)
Qwestion Of Truth
The Big Payback (feat. Skee Love)
The Legends Are Comin (feat. Robbie Rock, Waterbed Kev, Booski)
What Else Can I Say
Aint Nuthin Like It (Remix)

and last but not least here are some more artists he worked with through the years:

45 King, Apache, Awesome Two (Special K, Teddy Ted), A-FS 201-973, A.C. The P.D., Bryce Snow, Big Seven, Big Jeff, Treach (Naughty By Nature), Chill Rob G,Dj Baron, Dj Champagne, Dj Mecca, Dotta Rock (Fantastic Five), Doc Strange, Flavor Unit, Furious Five, George Clinton (Parliament / Funkadelic), Gunsmoke, Hunter Hayes, Jam Master Jay, Jesaka Saylove, Kool Keith, Kurt Nice, Lord Yoda, Mr. Funky (Lords of The Underground), MC War Flattop, Phaceizdaname, Pure Dynamite, Pow Wow, Queen Latifah, Rodney C (Funky Four +1 ), Super Lover Cee, Split Personality, Steven Washington (Slave), Viola, Wendy Day,...

check out the Gee Rock foto gallery here

A big THANK YOU to Derek for making this possible. He plans to rerelease all his music and also some dope wax is coming soon through a new hot label ;)