Friday, 11 September 2009

Fools Gold: The Ca$h For Gold Scam

I'm sure you seen these "Cash for gold" adverts right? They want you to give your old and unwanted gold jewelry in exchange for money. Sounds good right? WRONG!!

Right now we are in a IMF, World Bank orchestrated economic down turn. Inflation is rendering our money worthless and the high street banks are tightening their grips on what they've lent and what they're giving out.

I'm not going to go in to the details of why our paper money is really worthless and why most of the money the banks say they have doesn't exist if you don't already know please read The Money Illusion or one of the many books that have been written on the subject.

Let me explain the problem as simply as I can. Cash is fake (It's just a promissory note) and gold is real. If we all give our gold (or silver) away then what will we have when the value of (The fake) money goes down (Which is a real possibility) to a point where it's worth nothing? The answer is nothing.

And what are these companies doing with all our gold? There selling it to the banks for more than they're giving us for it! How do you think they afford to run these adverts all day long on every channel?

So why are the banks buying it? Because they know what the financial future holds as they are the one's who decide what the exchange rate's will be and how much their fake paper money is worth. They're stocking up so that when the shit hits the fan they're gonna be the only ones with anything real.

The new world order is here and these are just small steps to make sure it stays.

This is just one item on a whole list of underhanded maneuvers that the people who are supposed to protect us do right in front of our faces. We need to wake up and stay aware because if we don't the limited freedom we have will be gone before we realise.

Stay up


Monday, 7 September 2009

Genesis' Generosity Continues...Download The Deh Pon Road Album Free

So this is where it all started. This was my introduction to the Hip-Hop scene. With the help of Klashnekoff, Kyza, Skriblah, Skinnyman, Supar Nova, Nasser, Ahmos & Wordsmith the name "Genesis Elijah" was thrust into the UK Hip-Hop limelight.

This was the front cover. It featured AC, Terra Slim, Dubbledge, Deadly Avenger and my mate Delroy. DJ Whitecoat was also on it but was airbrushed out cos he was wearing white and it looked a bit weird...Sorry bruv.

This is a pic we used for the CD inlay. I think Keira was about 4 months at the time.....She's almost 6 now!

The "So Hip-Hop" video shoot was jokes! I'm not sure what me and Ahmos were doing here but we seem to be having a good time. In this pic we got (left to right) Richard West aka Neehi who made the beat, Me, AC, Street Philosopher, Ahmos, Dubbledge, Answer & Gramma Charlie.

The girl schooling the guy is a rapper called Shakespeare, she featured on AC & Terra's "Human Trash" mixtape. The guy is my cousin Joshua.

Tom the director put this whole thing together. I think it came out pretty good.

The brea getting boyed off is Neehi! I had him wear my hat and T-Shirt. Too funny!

This was one of the last scenes. In this pic we got me, Dubbledge, Terra Slim, Answer (Almost looking hard!) & Gramma Charlie.

Tom takes the last shots before we duck out. Me and my girl agued all the way home cos she wanted to be in the video and the director didn't ask her to.

For more details on the album please check my earlier blog "Deh Pon Road Revisited". If you got this already thats cool but if you've never heard it please take this opportunity to give it a listen and see what all the fuss was about.



Thursday, 3 September 2009

Download Genesis Elijah & Plump DJ's Track

OK here's what I want you to do. Listen to this track while keeping in mind that it was written and recorded in 2005, then compare it with what people are doing right now then tell me I'm not ahead of my time.

Back when my name was just starting to blow up I got a call saying that this Electro group Plump DJ's wanted me on a track. I'd never heard of them but those in the know told me that they were the one of the biggest acts in their scene and that I should definitely do it. So I did.

The thing is after I did it they must of realised they didn't like it and I never got a call to even say they weren't gonna use it.

I played it to a few people (Including LTJ Bukem) and they thought it was pretty good so I figured why not let the fans decide if it's good or not.

So once again check it out and let me know what you think.

Thank you people


Tuesday, 1 September 2009

Download The Industrial Revolution Mixtape For Free!!!

Like I've been saying EVERYTHING MUST GO!! It's a Genesis Elijah fire sale right now! See I got a lot of new material on the way but before it drops I need to get all my all stuff out there.

The Industrial Revolution was released way back in 2006 and was actually my last solo release. It got quite a lot of air play on 1Xtra, Kiss 100 & Choice and featured Sway, Jokerstarr, Dubbledge, Tom Gist (Dip Set), & Wordsmith. We shot a video for it which was aired on Channel U.

I didn't really put the CD into too many shops because the truth is I was making too much money selling it on the street. I sold em on the street for between £3-£5 and in over a year and a half period I sold over 15,000 (Do the math). This was really the concept behind the mixtape because what I was trying to show is that I didn't need the mainstream industry to become a success in the music scene.

So here it is, my hard work uploaded for your listening pleasure...


Please download it and pass it around to your friends or anyone you think will like it. I'm gonna put my first release Deh Pon Road up as soon as I find a copy of it but until then please check my earlier blogs for more free tracks.

Blessings family