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Urban Science
  • Artist: EMC
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 634479630989
  • Item #: SRD963098
  • Genre: Rap/Hip Hop
  • Release Date: 9/18/2007
  • This product is a special order
  • Rank: 1000000000
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Urban Science on CD

EMC toured in the early 90's with some of the true pioneers of Christian rap, such greats as D-boy, D.O.C. and MC Gee Ge. Djing for them on tour he would often times open up for them as well. Releasing his single 'Rock solid' D-boy took notice of his production skills and djing ability and offered him the position of djing for D-boy on the road. After the death of D-boy from a fatal gun shot wound, EMC was hired by Tim Miner ( D-boy's producer) to help complete D-boy's sisters album. MC Gee Ge's 'Soul sista' in which EMC wrote and produced the title track. 'Soul sista'. He released his solo project Sin Assasinator that same year, he was offered a production deal from Tim Miner, but turned it down because of creative differences. Quickly becoming in demand for his production ability he was offered by Alton Hood (lead rapper of D.O.C.) other gigs as a dj for D.O.C. and the opening act. After 1 1/2 of touring with D.O.C. EMC decided to go back home to Detroit, Mi. and attend Bible College. 2 years later he released 'Black Plague' single on Grape Tree records and 'Urban Science' on C-boy Productions, Publishing. This album was ahead of it's time for that period of music and if you like classic raw hip hop you will appreciate this project for all it's gritty beats and samples. (courtesy of Emu's sp1200 and akai s-950) This album features Ecre of edikt groov' in his early days of rapping and some very soulful singers form the Detroit area. EMC truly shows his diversity on this record, it's no wonder he was in such demand as an artist and producer.