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Erick Sermon is a legendary MC & producer from Brentwood, New York known for being a member of EPMD & the Def Squad. He made a flawed yet solid comeback in 2015 with E.S.P. (Erick Sermon’s Perception) but now 4 years later, he’s at it again with his 8th full-length album.

After the “Payne Intro”, the first song “Wake Up (No Fear)” brags about his skills over a futuristic instrumental. “Da Wave” continues the lyrical themes of the previous joint over a vintage instrumental from Rockwilder while while the track “Tha Game” with AZ & Styles P sees the 3 dissing people only out for the fame over a bass-line & a soul sample. The song “Go” with No Malice talks about life in the streets over a luscious boom bap beat while the song “My Style” with N.O.R.E. & Raekwon sees the 3 showing all of their unique styles over a laidback soul sample.

Erick Sermon Albums

The EPMD member's brand new 'Vernia' album features an all-star cast of emcees and producers, an. Erick Sermon, the green-eyed bandit can't stand it, is back. The EPMD member's brand new 'Vernia'. Music is an English album released in 2001. There are a total of 16 songs in Music. The songs were composed by talented musicians such as Erick Sermon. Listen to all of Music online on JioSaavn.

The song “That Girl” with Big K.R.I.T. is a smooth dedication to Southern women while “Cabinet” shouts out a plethora of legendary MCs over yet another funky instrumental. The track “Stay Real, Pt. 2” with Keith Murray & Nature is a fantastic sequel to a highlight off of Erick’s underrated 1993 debut No Pressure while the song “Zion”with Xzibit alongside David Banner & even Shaquille O’Neal spit battle bars over a boom bap beat with a sinister piano-lead. The track “May Sound Crazy” with Devin the Dude & Too $hort sees the 3 getting romantic over a g-funk beat from Battlecat while the song 300 E is essentially E-Dub charismatically boasting over a beautifully futuristic instrumental from Rockwilder. The album then finishes with the Apathy produced title track, which is a heartwarming dedication to his grandmother.

All & all, this is a fantastic comeback for The Green-Eyed Bandit. Could’ve done without a couple tracks but this late into his career, Erick really sticks to his guns lyrically with the features mostly adding into the equation & the production is absolutely top notch.

Listen to Erick Sermon SoundCloud is an audio platform that lets you listen to what you love and share the sounds you create. Stream Tracks and Playlists from Erick Sermon on your desktop or mobile device. Music is an English album released in 2001. There are a total of 16 songs in Music. The songs were composed by talented musicians such as Erick Sermon. Listen to all of Music online on JioSaavn. Popular Erick Sermon albums Vernia. 2019 E.S.P (Erick Sermon's Perception) 2015 Breath Of Fresh Air. 2012 Chilltown, New York. 2001 Show all albums by Erick Sermon.

Score: 8/10

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Sermon performing in 2013
Background information
Also known asE Double
Easy Erick
Erick Onassis
The Green-Eyed Bandit
EMD
BornNovember 25, 1968 (age 52)
OriginBrentwood, New York
GenresHip hop, East Coast hip hop
Instrumentssampler, keyboards
Years active1987–present
LabelsFresh, Priority, Def Jam, DreamWorks, J, Universal, Caroline
Associated actsEPMD, Def Squad, Keith Murray, Too $hort, PMD, Redman, Jamal
Double or Nothing

Erick Sermon (born November 25, 1968)[1]The road from home pdf free download. is an American rapper, musician, and record producer. Sermon is best known as one-third, alongside PMD & DJ Scratch, of late-1980s–1990s hip hop group EPMD and for production work.[2]

Career[edit]

Erick Sermon started professionally in 1986 as a Producer and Artist of the legendary hip hop group EPMD. He began recording solo albums for Def Jam in 1993; in 1997, he rejoined EPMD. The following year, Sermon, Murray and Redman recorded a cover version of 'Rapper's Delight' by the Sugarhill Gang, the first hip hop record. EPMD disbanded a second time in 1999.[3]

Sermon at the 2004 NBA All-Star Jam Session

In 2000, Sermon moved over to J Records, and released the album Music the following year. The album's first single, 'Music', featured guest vocals from Marvin Gaye, which Sermon reportedly culled from unreleased recordings found in a small record shop in London. 'Music' went on to become Sermon's highest-charting song, peaking at #22 on the Billboard Hot 100 and #2 on the R&B chart. Sermon's second album on J Records, React, was released in 2002. React's title track peaked at #36 on the Billboard Hot 100, but the album sold poorly and Sermon was dropped from the label in 2003. In a June 30, 2004 interview with HipHopDX.com, Sermon told music journalistBayer Mack, 'Things weren't right at J Records. Clive Davis and them don't believe in promotion. When Puffy had Bad Boy at Arista, it was him doing all the [promotional] work.' He also stated Busta Rhymes and Wyclef Jean had similar issues with J Records.[4]

Sermon went on to establish his Def Squad imprint with Universal Records and released his sixth solo album, Chilltown, New York, in 2004. The album was powered by the single 'Feel It' (which contained a sample of reggae/R&B singer Sean Paul), a song which became a success in the United States.

In an interview, he stated that he was going to step aside and try to get upcoming artists in the spotlight. However, Sermon has not stopped in the music industry, as he produced the song 'Goldmine' on Busta Rhymes' album, The Big Bang in 2006. Soon after, Sermon has recorded 'Don't Make No Sense' with Def Squad. He also collaborated with Redman and produced a few songs on the album Red Gone Wild while also making an appearance with Def Squad member Keith Murray.

In early 2008, Sermon and Smith started their own record label called EP Records, distributed by RBS/Universal Music Group. The seventh EPMD album, We Mean Business, came out in December 2008.

Sermon was featured in the final episode of Yo! MTV Raps in a freestyle session featuring artists such as Rakim, KRS-One, Chubb Rock, MC Serch and Craig Mack.In 2018, Sermon teamed up with Lost Boyz' own Mr Cheeks & broadcaster Ryan Verneuille to become the executive producer on their FM radio program, 'The Ryan Show'.

Erick Sermon is part of Tracklib's Creators Advisory Board.[5]

Erick Sermon - Wikipedia

Personal life[edit]

On September 25, 2001, Sermon was injured when he fell from the third floor of an apartment building. Police claimed Sermon attempted suicide, however he later denied and claimed it was accidental.[6]

On November 12, 2011, Sermon suffered a heart attack from which he recovered.[7]

Discography[edit]

Studio albums
  • No Pressure (1993)
  • Double or Nothing (1995)
  • Erick Onasis (2000)
  • Music (2001)
  • React (2002)
  • Chilltown, New York (2004)
  • E.S.P. (Erick Sermon's Perception) (2015)
  • Vernia (2019)

React

Collaboration albums
  • El Niñowith Def Squad (1998)

Video games[edit]

  • Def Jam Fight For NY (2004) as Himself[8]
  • Def Jam Fight for NY: The Takeover (2006) as Himself[9]

References[edit]

  1. ^'Erick Sermon'. Rapaholic. January 4, 2007. Retrieved December 11, 2010.
  2. ^'Night Life : The New Yorker'. The New Yorker. November 19, 2010. Archived from the original on November 19, 2010. Retrieved May 23, 2016.
  3. ^'Erick Sermon (credits)'. Discogs. Retrieved May 23, 2016.
  4. ^Macks, Beta (June 29, 2004). 'Erick Sermon: A Timeless Sermon'. HipHopDX. Retrieved May 23, 2016.
  5. ^'Tracklib : Launches Today, Forever Changing the Way Music is Made'. Marketscreener.com. Retrieved September 5, 2019.
  6. ^'ERICK SERMON WINDOW JUMP TREATED AS ATTEMPTED SUICIDE'. Nme.com. October 3, 2001. Retrieved March 31, 2020.
  7. ^Markman, Rob (November 15, 2011). 'Erick Sermon Recalls 'Pains' Before Heart Attack – Music, Celebrity, Artist News'. MTV. Retrieved March 30, 2012.
  8. ^'Def Jam: Fight for NY IMDB Page'. IMDB. Retrieved February 23, 2017.
  9. ^'Def Jam: Fight for NY: The Takeover'. Giant Bomb. Retrieved February 23, 2017.

External links[edit]

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