Up-State New York artist Black Geez backed by a remarkable story delivers his new 10 track album entitled “Concrete Struggle.”
Geez, Born Raheen Gayden was convicted of a fatal shooting in 2006 and sentenced to life in prison. Through it all the rapper maintained his innocence for the 9 years he served and in 2015 his murder charge was reversed.
Black Geez before his incarceration was well known in the Rochester, New York area from a young age being a Silver Gloves boxing champ that earned him the nickname “Concrete Knuckles” a name that would carry on in his rap career. The rapper later after his time behind bars went on to work with some of the areas top artist like then rising star Eto and the King of Upstate, 38 Spesh who has produced his latest project.
Check out the full album below and pick up your copy Here.