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MCMI REPORT: Bad Seed Drops Final Album ‘COREYOGRAPHY’

Bad Seed Drops Final Album 'COREYOGRAPHY'

Bad Seed Drops Final Album ‘COREYOGRAPHY’

After a brief hiatus from rap to work on some films and a web series, Corey Pierson, aka Bad Seed is back with what he calls one final album. Inspired by the loss of his close friend and crew member Robert PH Diaz last year, Seed decided to toss his hat int he ring one last time. This time it’s personal. Executive produced by PH, Bad Seed brings you COREYOGRAPHY.

The first single off the album is BELT OFF, produced by NOTTZ, for which a video will be dropping shortly. If that track is any indication, fans are not going to be disappointed by this new album. With beats by NottzMarco Polo, Will Tell and other dope producers, this is definitely one of his finest works.

After listening to an advance copy of the album, I have to say one of my personal favorite tracks is Are They OK, produced by Tone Jonez, about losing so many of our favorite artists recently, from Prince to Phife, and wondering about Sade, Stevie Wonder, Lionel Richie, Chaka Khan and other musical treasures. ‘Keep Bouncin‘, produced by Dr, No, is a tight ‘down the line‘ track, with Seed, Mic Handz and Mims, spittin’ bars over a hot beat.

Bad Seed Drops Final Album 'COREYOGRAPHY'

Then there are concept songs ‘Django Unfiltered, about feeling like a slave to our 9 to 5, F*ck Cancer, about losing loved ones to the cursed disease. All in all it is a very well rounded album, giving us just the right balance meaningful content and hard beats and rhymes. At first because of the title, ‘Coreyography’, I thought it would be more autobiographical, but I see now, it actually touches on different things that Seed feels strongly about, different sides of Corey.

In the song ‘5 Minutes’, Seed airs out his feelings about the old Makin’ Records crew, which had differences and went their separate ways long ago. He references “307”, meaning 307 Clinton, which was the old Makin’ headquarters, in Clinton Hill, Brooklyn. Half way through the song, the beat changes and the late great PH drops some poignant lyrics, mentioning Makin’ Records and his transition to partner in MCMI Records, years later.

The album drops July 8th, on all digital outlets…iTunes, Spotify, Google Play, Amazon – all the usual suspects. The single is available on those outlets as well.

Check out the interview below.





“Ya man, not ya boy,” Corey ‘Bad Seed’ Pierson is back. This time with an honest album review of Kanye West’s “The Life of Pablo”. If you are like me, you can’t waste your valuable time on an album, just because of media hype or the artists self-proclaimed ‘greatness’.

Well, Seed’s approach is both real and helpful, neither hating, nor hero worship, as some reviewers tend to be. This helped me listen to  the album without expectations based on what some PR person wrote, that was copied and pasted into a thousand blogs all over the Internet.

You want an honest review, from a down to earth dude who grew up on Hip Hop and is going to keep it real with you? Here you go.

Thanks Corey, we appreciate it.

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6th Man Films: The Book of Job Episode 2 – ft. the BAD SEED & MIMS

THE BOOK OF JOB Episode 1 – Starring THE BAD SEED & MIMS (Web Series)

Book of Job starring Corey Pierson Episode 1


Book-of-JobThe Book of Job is a web series, written and produced by Corey Pierson aka The Bad Seed (aka @NiggalisCage) and and directed by Corey Pierson and Arlene Brathwaite. It tells the story of a young rapper who continues to praise God no matter what tragedies befall him in his career or personal life, while the Devil (played by Corey Pierson), tries to corrupt him, take everything away from him and get him to denounce God. Who will win in this epic struggle between good and evil, God and the Devil? We will have to wait for future episodes to find out, but Episode 1 is highly entertaining. Mims as the Lord and Justin Dinkins as Job, do a great job so far hooking you in. In only a little over 20 minutes, you are rooting for the characters. Corey Pierson shines in his role as Lou Siffer, with his pimp hair and red jackets. There is a great chemistry between him and Mims in scenes where the supreme being and ruler of hell get together and make their deals.

What do you all think? Does Job have what it takes to remain committed to his faith, even with “Lou Siffer” putting potholes in his lawn? Who are you rooting for, Job or the Devil? Let us know in the comments.

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