Gee, born Mareon McCrary, at an early age caught the love for the art of rhyming. His passion for the rhyme first evolved in the early 90â€™s with influences such as Kool G Rap, Rakim and L.L. Cool J. Through freestyle ciphers and street battles rhyming became a breeze in the wind for Mareon , who the streets later became to known as â€œGeeâ€. Over time Gee created a formula of stand out metaphors, catchy punch lines and a savvy style of storytelling which established his versatility amongst other mcâ€™s
Late in 1993, Gee enlisted in the United States Air Forces as a member of active duty. After enlisting he was shipped to the diverse state of Washington. Here he broke the barriers of communication amongst others with his lyrical expression. Gee continued to master his mic skills as he took advantage of every function possible while serving his country. In 1995 Gee returned home to Huntsville, Alabama where he meet the members of the soon to become family Southbreed. After 2 albums, rave reviews, regional success and talks with various labels Southbreed still didnâ€™t meet their high expectations of a major label deal.
Now we fast forward to 2005 and the Southbreed name is still buzzing in the streets but this time itâ€™s being carried by Da Coach.
Check out the artist's website:
1. Just Say No!
2. Home Sweet Home f.Villano
3. Bama Boyz f. Ambush & Los
4. Get it while it's good f. Great Dane
5. What da deal!!
6. Cornbread & Cabage
7. Hard 2 Breath f. Villano & B-One
9. Fell so good f. Mobb Rule & 2-Shay
10. Hustleville(Remix) f. Southbreed Family
11. Home Sweet Home(Remix) f. Redd Klay
12. Not a gangsta
13. Balls & my word-B-One,Skrill Gates & B.