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Mic Geronimo - Shit's Real (It's Real)

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Published on Jan 15, 2010

First released early 1994 on 12". Song also appeared on the 1995 Album: "The Natural".....

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Coming out of Queens in 94 as Irv Gotti's first artist Mic Geronimo burst on to the seen with his classic "Shit's Real". The songs buzz lead to Irv and Mic landing a deal at Blunt/TVT Records as their first rap artist to be released. Mic than began work on his first album. Titled "The Natural", the album was a collection of deeply crafted street chronicles accompanied with production from some of that eras greatest producers. Buc Wild, Irv Gotti, Da Beatminerz, Marc Sparxx, and Havoc of Mobb Deep all contributed powerful beats to the lp. Mic also shared the company of such artist as Ja Rule, DMX, OC, Royal Flush and Jay-Z. The album instantly became a certified street classic. Taking a brief hiatus after touring Mic then began work on his 1996 follow up sophomore lp. This time, Mic teamed up with Diddy(formerly Puff Daddy) for the first single "Nothing Move But the Money". A mainstream hit at radio, the song was one of 15 bullets in his second effort "Vendetta". Vendetta was a transition lp, featuring the likes of The Lox, Ja Rule, DMX, Kelly Price, Jay-Z, and Monifah. For production, Mic turned to Buc Wild, Derrick "D.Dot" Angelitte, Pete Rock, Irv Gotti, and newcomers Kaysahn, and Father Time. Again solidifying himself as a thorough lyrisist, and even compared to such greats as Nas, Big L, and even Rakim, Vendetta became Mic's second classic. Deciding to part ways with TVT Records in 2000, Mic went on to establish his own label Rebellious Music. Distributed by Warlock/Red/Sony Rebellious Music was the home that would release Mic's third lp "The Long Road Back". The 2003 independent release was viewed by many as Mic's most personal album to date. A collection of pent of emotion put to music, Long Road was a dark journey at a dark time states Mic. Returning to his roots Mic worked again with Ja Rule, and DMX. With production duties handled mainly by in house producer Jimi Kendrix, and newcomers Needles, and Dat Nigga Reb, the lp was a low key success. Collabo's included Tyrese Gibson, DMX, and Ja Rule, along with Mics artist Virginia's own Blade Brown. Mic also has appeared on MTV's reality series "Sex in the 90's" and Marc Levine's cult film "Whiteboyz". As of present, Mic is working on his 4th release and pursuing a career in television and film. Selwyn Turner

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