ONYX’s Sonny Seeza Goes For His By Slamming A Classic Breakbeat (Audio Premiere)

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ONYX’s Sonny Seeza has been instrumental to the group’s success since the early 1990s. Along with the high-profile personalities of MC/actors Sticky Fingaz and Fredro Starr, Sonny added a ruggedness, anger, and aggression that forever mean-mugged the face of Hip-Hop since.

The Brooklyn, New Yorker is a platinum artist (thanks to 1993’s Bacdafucup) that many people are still learning about. Although Sonny was absent on 2014’s WakeDaFucUp, he maintains his group status. “Everywhere” is a nice pivot back to his solo gems. Teaming with Swiss producer DJ Def Cut, Heads can hear Seeza gettin’ mad on a vicious 1971 break-beat that fans of Game and Ghostface Killah will undoubtedly recognize. The timing, angst, and fervor is still there for Son’.

Sonny is hard at work on his latest solo affair, sophomore album Bridges (February 26) released through Swiss-based Empire Music.

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