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News Bay Area Hip-Hop Dynamos Guce Messy Marv Team Up
Bay Area Hip-Hop Dynamos Guce Messy Marv Team Up PDF Print E-mail
Written by Robert ID2762   
Thursday, 22 June 2006 04:06

Bullys Wit Fullys are back. San Francisco hip-hop street legend turned rap artist- Guce is teaming up with Messy Marv to release the upcoming The Infrastructure. The first single from the album, “So Hood” featuring Clyde Carson (from the Team) was produced by E-A-Ski and CMT.

Before hip-hop entrepreneur P. Diddy formed Boyz N Tha Hood, there was Bullys Wit Fullys. Bullys Wit Fullys first hit the scene in 1999, but the group decided to take a break after losing a number of their friends to gang violence. Bullys Wit Fullys returned with Bullys Wit Fullys 2, which spawned the hit single “What It Do” featuring The Game. The current release,The Infrastructure features the talents of Keak the Sneak, Yukmouth, Killa Keise, Swoop, Mr. 1, C. Luciano and all of the new artists signed to Git Paid Music Group, Gucce’s own label. Of the album, he says “It is the first time in history that Messy Marv and I have done an album together. We worked on this album for 2 years. [Recording Infrastructure] was a struggle for us because going through so much street stuff, but this is gonna be some of the hottest shit comin’ from the Bay Area.”

In addition to E-A-Ski and CMT, producers Sean T, Toure and Toy Shop contributed to The Infrastructure. The release marks the first time Bullys Wit Fullys has collaborated with independent record company, SMC Recordings. The move to the indie seemed like a natural one for the group. “I have a great relationship with Ralph and Will, “ says Gucce, “I’ve known Ralph since I was a baby, since I was first signed. They have national distribution through Fontana, that’s a good look. I like how they do business. The people at SMC are really behind this project. They know what’s real and what’s fake.”

The album is an eclectic mix of sounds and flavors. It serves as a spring board for the introduction of “hyphy” music into the mainstream. Much like Lil Jon introduced the world to Atlanta-bred “crunk,” the Bay Area is a breeding ground for hyphy music. “Messy Marv and Guce are like the Young Jeezy and T.I. of the south. We are down with the hyphy music but on a more street/hood/ghetto level,” Guce enthuses, “We''re in the gutta with it”

Many have inquired as to what the name Bullys Wit Fullys means. Guce and Messy Marv define it as having the ability to spit urban terms to the highest degree. With that sort of pedigree, there’s no doubt that The Infrastructure will school everybody in the hottest hip-hop.

News Bay Area Hip-Hop Dynamos Guce Messy Marv Team Up

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