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Gees Extortion

New York City, New York, United States | INDIE

New York City, New York, United States | INDIE
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In this interview with he discusses why wack rappers make his job difficult and his desire to get into BET’s Rap Cyphers next year. -

Brooklyn rhymesayer Gees Extortion has hooked up with The DJBooth to bring listeners his latest street release, Organized Rhymes - The Original Mixtape. -

Been fiending for a new song from Gees Extortion? Your wish is our command—the Brooklyn rhymesayer’s stepped into the Booth with the world premiere of his latest mixtape leak, the aptly-titled New Song. -

Gees Extortion has revealed the artwork to his upcoming project, "Organized Rhymes: The Original Mixtape", dropping October 25th. -

In the latest of our ongoing "My City" series, up-and-coming rhyme-spitter Gees Extortion takes us on a personal tour of his neighborhood. ough the eyes of a hip-hop native. -

There are some artist whose names you start to see pop up more and more but you don't connect with until you hear that one song that pulls you in. Gees Extortion is one of those artists and "Chasin" is that song.

Life may be—as Gees Extortion informed us on his first Booth feature—pretty damn crazy, but that doesn’t mean he’s not gonna brave the insanity to make his way to the top of the game -

"Real Radio's Gees Extortion goes in on the second release off his upcoming debut LP, Underground King, titled "Mic Bust." Produced by European beatsmith Hala-X featuring a dope sample over the hook from Eric B. & Rakim's classic "In the Ghetto." -

"Emerging Brooklyn rapper Gees Extortion can supply enough energy to serve as a power generator with fierce intensity that might make the mic bust." -

"The song "No. 1 Contender" is Gees' first single off his upcoming debut LP, Underground King, which is due to release in late March/early April. The song is set up like boxing match and Gees brings it hard. He is in your face with his lyrics and the beat adds to the punch. With "No. 1 Contender" you can here he has verbal skill." -

"The potential of Gees Extortion is through the roof and the streets are definitely watching. We’ve been keeping our eyes on him for a few months now and are impressed with the quality of music he’s put out in such little time.

The up-and-comer is currently working on his debut street album, Underground King, right now and from the sound of things, it’s going to be something special." -

"With entry number six in his acclaimed Blaps, Rhymes & Life mixtape series just around the corner, !llmind is back to build fan anticipation with a fresh leak. On Life Is So Crazy, the underground beatsmith’s squelching synths and chopped vocal samples back Brooklyn-based Booth newcomer Gees Extortion as he spits about a few facets of society that he considers downright insane. If this selection’s got you in the mood for more gritty production and hot guest rhymes, you’ll find what you seek on Blaps, Rhymes & Life Vol. 6 (which has yet to receive a solid drop date). For more from Gees Extortion, check out his debut street album, Underground King, when it drops in July." -


- "Chasin" [prod. by Supply N Demand]
- "Life Is So Crazy" [prod. by !llmind]
- "Mic Bust" [prod. by Hala-X]
- "#1 Contender" [prod. by Hala-X]
- "Know Your Ledge"



With more energy than Con Edison, Brooklyn rapper Gees Extortion unquestionably amps Hip Hop heads to frenzy with sharp, witty lyrics, and interchangeable flows every time he exhales on the microphone.

Backed by his independent label, Real Radio Records, Gees has quickly emerged on New York’s rap scene, lighting up stages at several prominent venues around the city like Webster Hall, Southpaw and the Bowery Poetry Club for Power 105, HipHopDx’s Get Your Buzz Up, and Overtime Concert.

Thus far the Puerto Rican rhyme-spitter has released several tracks off his upcoming debut street LP, Organized Rhymes, receiving viral support from tastemakers such as,,,,, and others. and have gone as far as to call Gees an artist the “Streets Are Watching” and an artist “On da Come Up” respectively.

His song “Life Is So Crazy” was produced by !llmind. The producer extraordinaire liked the song so much he gave it a placement on his upcoming compilation Blaps, Rhymes & Life Vol. 6.

Gees’ efforts were recognized at the 2011 Urban Threshold Underground Music Awards where he won for “Most Promising Male Rapper.” His music has also been an immense hit with DJs around the country. The rapper’s freestyle over Eric B. & Rakim’s Juice classic “Know the Ledge” re-titled “Know Your Ledge” has over 50 mixtape placements with assistance from Coast 2 Coast Mixtapes.

“I can only use one word to describe Gees Extortion, Passionate! This dude gets on stage and puts his heart on his sleeve and gives you his blood, sweat and tears every single time. Real Radio Records is a great place for him to build a foundation, their team is one of the most influential in the underground music scene to date,” says influential Hip Hop promoter and Coast 2 Coast executive J Hatch.

Gees' style is a direct reflection of his rough-and-tumble life on the city streets of Brooklyn which includes the loss of his mother as a boy. Born a 80s’ baby, Gees fell in love with rap the minute he heard his mama playing “Jam-On-It” by early Hip Hop duo Newcleuos.

It wasn’t long before the aspiring rap star began penning his first rhymes as a preteen for “shits and giggles.” Motivated by his trials and tribulations Gees is now determined to show and prove he belongs in the same sentence with the greats he grew up listening to like Run DMC, Big Daddy Kane, Slick Rick, Kool G Rap and Gangstarr.

On the way to his mainstream dreams, Gees is sizing up Hip Hop’s landscape, confidently believing that he’s a talent to be reckoned with.

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