Remember The Bad Seed?
Back in the day — around the late 90s-early 2000s-era of underground hip hop led by the labels like Rawkus Records and Landspeed Records — Seed was one of the more popular independent rappers of that era, with a few buzz-worthy singles (“Uhhnnh,” “For The Kids”) to his name. Unfortunately, he’d essentially go into hiding and was rarely heard from in the years since.
Seed has, after years of reclusion, has re-emerged with his first project in many moons, Coreyography. Enlisting in the services of Nottz, Marco Polo, the late Pumpkinhead and more, the album can be streamed below and purchased on iTunes.