Brooklyn born and bred hip hop artist, The Bad Seed, was a part of the mega underground New York record label, Makin’ Records, who’s roster included the late Pumpkinhead aka PH (RIP), What? What? aka Jean Grae, Natural Resource, and PH’s group O.B.S. along with Seed’s longtime friend Meat Pie aka Magnum P. Seed then went on to work with VA producer Nottz (find out how they met in the interview).
In early 2000s, the pair (Seed X Nottz) dropped two classic hip hop records: “For The Kids” and “Uhhnnh”, the latter sold 27,000 units. It was also placed on Funkmaster Flex’s Gold album, ‘The Mix Tape, Vol. IV’. After signing to Warner Bros, his album with production by Nottz, Midi Mafia, Rick Rock, Rockwilder, and Megahurtz never saw the light of day. The label backing never hindered Seed from making moves, so music was still made over the years. The albums ‘Dirty Urine’, ‘Intelligently Ignant’ and 2016’s ‘Coreyography’ are all available on all digital platforms.
The duo Seed X Nottz reunited to bring us their new banging project entitled ‘No Way In Hell‘ — out now! Without furthur ado, get the popcorn, scroll down, and enjoy our video interview with the witty Bad Seed.
Who are some of your musical influences?
How did you come to sign your first record deal? Who did you sign with? Who were your label mates?
What was your first hit song? How did it feel to become a success?
What was your favorite music project? Why?
What made you come out of hiatus?
What do you think of the evolution of hip hop?
You have an unreleased project with Jean Grae. Are you going to open the vault and drop that one day?
Any advice for emerging artists?
If you could form a rap super group, which emcees would you select?
How did you meet Nottz?
Name your top five emcees and why?
Name a few current hip hop artists you like right now.
Who would you like to collaborate with and why?
Most people may not know, but you are a dope screenplay writer and actor. You’ve recently received an award for a film project. Please tell us about that experience. Which were your favorite films to make? Can we anticipate more films from you?
You dropped your first Single “Sunday Morning”. What was the concept behind the song and video?
Tell us about your latest project: Who’s featured? What’s the creative process behind your music? Any more upcoming projects and shows?
Weekly Rap Gods would like to thank Bad Seed for his contribution to the culture and for granting us this dope interview. We are all looking forward to rocking out to the higly anticipated ‘No Way In Hell’ album by Seed X Nottz — out now!