Straight from Hip-Hop Central Cee-Rock 'The Fury Print
Written by Robert ID2132   
Monday, 21 November 2005 07:42

Cee-Rock “The Fury”, or Fury as he is known to his friends and colleagues, is no new-comer to the Hip Hop scene. Born and raised in Jamaica, Queens, Fury has his roots in “Hip Hop Central”.  Fury is featured on Sweden’s George remix of ‘The Things You Do’ (Written by Denniz Pop & Max Martin which hit the Top 40 in Sweden.  That same track became an import hit in the U.S. and was ranked by Billboard at No. 37.  “The Fury” has been seen on MTV with Ananda Lewis, freestyled with the Rap Coalition (sponsored by Wendy Day); performed at the Apollo Theater; Video Music Box with Ralph McDaniels and Crazy Sam; Underground Ruff House with Uncle Jesse Barnes and can be seen in NAS’ video ‘Hate Me Now’, featuring Puff Daddy. Fury’s debut album “Bringin’ Da’ Yowzah!!! was recently released on !Handzup!/Turmic Records in Scandinavia and is distributed by The Orchard in the US and Granted Distribution/Crownn Recording Group in Europe.  The highly acclaimed album features Promoe [of Looptroop] (SE), Late [of Villains] (UK), 10Shott [of Vicious Circle] (UK), Mikey D [formerly of Main Source] (USA), Tah Phrum Duh Bush (USA) and Coole High (USA). 

Cee-Rock “The Fury” has toured in the US, the UK, Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Finland, Slovenia, Hungary, Lithuania, Latvia, Germany and Austria. Fury has collaborated on over 20 albums, singles and mixtapes. He will be releasing a new album with the Hungarian Hip-Hop/DnB prince,  Marcel in 2006.  Cee-Rock “The Fury” is signed to Turmic Records and is the Head of A&R for the Hip-Hop/Soul/Urban sub-label !Handzup! 

So what about Fury's "BRINGIN'' DA'' YOWZAH!!!" Album?

BRINGIN’ DA’ YOWZAH!!!, is anything but a conventional Hip-Hop album and at the same time it is the quintessential Hip-Hop album. There is no glitter here. No oiled-down girls oozing out of bikinis by the swimming pool. Fury’s rhymes are about the common man, and it takes anything but a common man to be able to articulate this. This is a naked album. There is nowhere to hide between the grooves.


Fury’s music is for those, like himself, who are willing to put it all on the line and revive the lost art of Hip-Hop before it was seduced by money-pushing record executives and their ''yes-men''. So this is not the album to be played in the background, but if you’ve ever witnessed or been in a cipher on Main Street in ''Hip-Hopville'' (in whatever Country you’re from), then this YOWZAH’s for you.

The album is available in stores and online now. Check it out.

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