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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.


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

MIC HANDZ (feat. Sean Price) – “Stay Givin It Up” + FULL ALBUM

Up and coming BK spitter Mic Handz dropped his full project “SAYYOUAINTKNOW: The Software” on Thursday, with an amazing release party at Public Assembly. For anyone who still does not know about this project, which features highly respected artists such as Shabaam Sahdeeq, General Steele (Smiff n Wessun), Rockness Monsta & Sean Price (Heltah Skeltah), MIMS, Big Daddy Kane, Treach, Light & Lee Majors, (Da Bush Babees) and Lady Luck, here is a free sample, for stream and download, featuring heavyweight rhyme-fighter Sean Price.


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Bad Seed

Here is the video for the N*GGAZ IN PARIS exclusive parody by Bad Seed featuring Mims. I played an earlier version of this when I was spinning @ Dominion NYC and @ VooDoo Sports Lounge (Brooklyn) in the past couple of months. I got a lot of requests since then to put this up on the blog, so here it is. Okay so the video was not directed by Spielberg, but I guarantee you will play it more than once and forward to a few of your friends.

DJ’s I included an audio download link so you too can receive accolades in the clubs for playing hilarious song parodies. 😀 Enjoy!

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The Bad Seed: 6th Man Radio Premier (Audio)

The Bad Seed

So ya boy Bad Seed -aka- NiggalisCage has started something the world of Hip Hop radio was definitely missing: An “Adult Contemporary Hip Hop & RnB” radio show. What does that mean? Well, right now mainstream urban radio is super youth driven. You mostly hear everything marketed to 11 to 19 year olds. Then you have a few underground radio stations and shows and those tend to play brand new independent artists and nothing else.

So what’s missing? How about old school and new music that grown folks like to listen to? Some of it might be “underground” but a lot of it will be mainstream as well. Some songs appeal to adults as well as young kids, but let’s face it – most of us are pretty tired of hearing the same 7 songs on repeat all day, with mostly immature content, nothing grown and sexy, no classics, no positivity, etc.

So where can you go to hear that good-good? Welcome to 6th Man Radio! The show lives on GetYourzWorld.com

This episode is sort of a pilot, a test run to iron out the kinks. It should hold you for now and then starting in March the show will air every Saturday, 7:30 to 9:30pm. The premise and format of the show is : ADULT CONTEMPORARY HIP HOP/OLD
SCHOOL R&B/ AND 80’S ERA MTV MUSIC. Seed has a co-host, the lovely Nadine Michel and two special guests, MIMS and JEAN GRAE call in the show for this first episode.


Seed Mims Jean Grade

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