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Greazy Duzit

Pittsburgh, PA | Established. Jan 01, 2018

Pittsburgh, PA
Established on Jan, 2018
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"Greazy Duzit & Deep- Strange Proportions (Now & Again)"

The production duo known as 2 Hungry Bros have been busy. Just a couple weeks ago, they released the excellent album, Fay Grim, with emcee LiKWUiD. Now one half of the duo, Deep, has come back with another album, this time with Pittsburgh emcee Greazy Duzit.
Strange Proportions (Now & Again) is one of the most straightforward hip hop albums you’ll hear this year, and I mean that in the best way possible. Deep is a veteran producer, and he knows when to dial it up, and when to hang back with his beats. In this instance, he keeps his beats fairly minimal, pushing Greazy Duzit’s deliberate and measured delivery on the mic to the forefront. The beats are still funky and do a great job of setting the mood, and Deep finds a lot of ways to work in relevant and interesting samples without being too heavy handed, but he makes sure there is plenty of open space to the production as well. Greazy Duzit is unknown to a lot of listeners, but he’s sure to win over plenty of fans with this album. Duzit isn’t flashy with his style, although there is a lot of clever use of internal rhymes, alliteration, and other techniques. While he works these things in, he makes sure to keep his message clear and direct with his listeners, whether it be struggling with his own personal demons, trying to make a living as an artist, or the trappings of chasing the money. It’s nothing groundbreaking, but it’s all done very well. This duo has just taken the formula of the classic East Coast hip hop album and have done it very well.
There are certain winning formulas that you can always fall back on, and Deep and Greazy Duzit give us a really good hip hop album built on a solid foundation of beats and rhymes. Strange Proportions might be the first time you’ve heard Greazy Duzit, but it certainly won’t be the last. - Chi Chi

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Greazy Duzit
Mucho Greazy
Tongue-twisting emcee Greazy Duzit steps out of the shadow of Pittsburgh-based rap group Shindiggaz with his debut release Mucho Greazy, a hard, heady blend of esoteric street poetics and blistering underground beats. Keeping pace with Greazy's hardened flow is Shindiggaz' DJ Thermos, who produced much of the album, crafting dense tapestries of off-kilter samples anchored by varying drum patterns. Standout "The Name of That Tune" has the duo at their razor-sharp best. By Patrick Bowman - Patrick Bowman


Still working on that hot first release.


Feeling a bit camera shy


Greazy Duzit's music is best described by The Pittsburgh City Paper as, "A hard, heady blend of esoteric street poetics." Hailing from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania the emcee/producer started out writing poetry, which would eventually lead him to try his hand at emceeing. 

   Handing out mixtapes after an Atmosphere show, his skills caught the attention of one of the promoters, landing him a gig opening for Kool Keith at Mr. Smalls Theater. He has since opened for acts such as The Wu-Tang Clan, Doodlebug of Digable Planets, Jon Wayne, Danny Wattz, Illogic, Vast Aire, Qwel and many more.

    In the process of his music career, he graduated from SAE Institute of Technology for audio engineering and released a multitude of well received projects. For his latest, "Strange Proportions (Now & Again)" he teamed up with Hipnott's own Deep of 2 Hungry Bros. The album is a fusion of Greazy's intricate lyrics with Deep's heavy hitting production, off his second instrumental album, "Bushwick Beatfeed". With subjects from the love of money to his hunger for success, the project is a reflection of our strange and ugly tendencies we have as human beings. 

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