With more energy than Con Edison, New York City rapper Gees Extortion unquestionably amps Hip Hop heads to frenzy with sharp, witty lyrics and interchangeable flows every time he exhales on the microphone. Born and raised on the rough-and-tumble streets of Brooklyn, Gees Extortion is a 80s’ baby who fell in love with rap the minute he heard his mama playing “Jam-On-It” by early Hip Hop duo Newcleuos. He would even run home after school to catch Video Music Box with “Uncle Ralph” McDaniels. It wasn’t long before Gees began penning his first rhymes as a preteen. If you ask him about his first rhymes he’ll say he was just playing with words back then. Now, motivated by his trials and tribulations Gees is determined on showing and proving he belongs in the same sentence with the greats he grew up listening to like Run DMC, Eric B & Rakim, Big Daddy Kane, Slick Rick, Kool G Rap and Gangstarr. The Puerto Rican rapper aspires to pick up where Big Pun left off with his own lyrical dexterity and exciting brand of music that will change the whole prospective about Hispanic rappers. Currently, Gees is recording his debut street LP, Underground King, as he begins rocking stages familiarizing fans with his name and sound. The LP is scheduled for release in late Fall courtesy of his independent label, Real Radio Records. One listen to Gees and undoubtedly the biggest critics in the game are sure to cosign his skills. With his dreams of greatness still ahead of him, Gees Extortion boldly asserts that he’s on deck to be Hip Hop’s underground king.