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  • Created on : 10th July 2005
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  • Last Modified : 2007-10-15
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Jermiside Talent
Biography

Emcee, producer and label owner are just a few words to describe underground hip hop artist Jermaine Foster aka Jermiside Scarwell, the 24 year, Cincinnati, OH native who first began crafting hip hop songs as a young tike in 1989 at the tale end of hip-hops golden era. In the mid-90's he would begin to make beats and hit the studio with his childhood friends and partners in rhyme.

2003 would see his first official release in the form of a self released promotional 7 inch (NP45 Vol.1) and later that same year his first solo release (the Biology Of Kingship).
This release gained modest sales and respect from across the globe. Called a breath of fresh air by my many, Jermiside has come to represent the epitome of the term hip-hop artist. He is currently working on a plethora of collaborative efforts with mulitple artists as well as putting in work on his sophomore independent solo release.

Further Information

Biology Of Kingship Review

Jermiside is undeniably profound in his production capabilities, as his skills in this area are clearly evident in the 'Biology Of Kingship'. The beats are professionally executed, as expected from this highly talented producer, which makes the album worth listening to in its own regard. The key question remains. Can Jermiside's lyrical delivery match up against his explosive production to create a high standard and high level of balance.

Following a short introduction, 'Dr Death' proves that Jermiside is comfortable behind the mic, delivering complex metaphors and a smooth flow complimented with an expansive range of views and vocabulary which are equally impressive as the beats.

'Ebb And Flow' is a standout track consisting of a unique production and lyrics which are more than equal. Scattered throughout the album are instrumentals, included not only to break up the stream of continuous lyrics but for Jermiside to step back from the mic and showcase his production ability.

Jermiside's lyrics appear to come acroos as thought provoking, as he expresses his views and opinions expansively through messages within his lyrics. It may be difficult to imagine Jermiside in a battle scenario, since his lyrics stray away from battle oriented and focus more primarily on expressing his views on different aspects of life.

'Lucky Number 13' is yet another higlhight, where Jermiside's lyrics are right on point, at a peak level, and of course the beat is of similar standard. The track has a mysterious, almost spiritual sound to it. 'Alarm' accelerates the pace of the album, involving more aggressive lyrics and heated content. This specific track illustrates the diversity which he can extend to, furthermore it is one of the catchiest hooks on the entire album.

All in all, a very solid release which should raise plenty of recognition, which would be justifiably deserved by this multi-talented artist.



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Reaction Comments

Comment by lingcoly, on 30th August 2009


Hey wazzup

Comment by bandsandartists, on 16th August 2009


Yo tight stuff.
music artists

Comment by lil tiz, on 13th June 2009


Damn the nigga is so fine, dude if you lookin for a fine chic with a fine ass holla at mwa, am all yours babie

Comment by umesh, on 23rd December 2008


8) 8) 8) :? :? :?

Comment by C-LADD, on 1st December 2008


You tight to he core man,i guess me and you can be compared.

Comment by kygirl123, on 21st May 2008


Dam is is so fine and sexy man I would love to hit that I bet his good at rapping to :)

Comment by has4life, on 3rd April 2008


Bomlaclart badman ezy

Comment by lilrapgurl861, on 12th March 2008


Koo

Comment by Kay-Kay, on 13th December 2007


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Hey this nigga do look good he need to come to my town and let me holla at that ass

Comment by brittney, on 3rd December 2007


Yo what the hell u look mad good in ur pic let me holla

Comment by capone qb, on 8th September 2007



i think this guy should go sign up for the hip hop throwdown with qb.

hip-hop throwdown

Comment by shauntiana, on 5th September 2007


That was it nigga!

Comment by AngryExcon, on 2nd June 2007


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Yall want to see a real mc check my flow in my profile, i'm open to comments also

Comment by pinkey#1, on 30th May 2007


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Yea datz watz ^ b

Comment by siblingz, on 17th May 2007


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G

Comment by siblingz, on 17th May 2007


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Funky fresh

Comment by siblingz, on 17th May 2007


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Nice

Comment by siblingz, on 17th May 2007


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Pretty damn fresh

Comment by Rick James, on 17th May 2007


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Heard the dr death track its wack nigga 8)

Comment by lilboyblue, on 16th May 2007


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Yea nigga

Comment by siblingz, on 16th May 2007


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Adfa

Comment by chuccles07, on 3rd May 2007


Wat it is I jus wanted ta holla see wat was poppin show a lil love n stuff iight hit ya gurl bak!!!! La has jus left tha spot!!

Comment by Clev PHI, on 26th March 2007


He should write some rhymes on this page, so I could see how fresh his talent is.

Comment by bluekron77, on 17th January 2007


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Seen your domain... Wit nothing. Hit me up. I do sites...

Comment by konde, on 31st August 2006


Halla jemrmisides you man great and we need to get connected together to bust the rap world man.
im tellin ya man lets putt a rhyme with a reason , so keep doin ya thing and god bless ya peace

Comment by rcd, on 8th August 2006


Yo man I holla at my boy but who you representin

Comment by bosnianbig, on 22nd February 2006


Yo holla at me and maybe we can make songs together.

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