Your Memory's Museum
Your Memory's Museum

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"you can see the weakness of a man right through his iris"-rza
4th Chamber, 1995

"you can see the weakness of a man right through his iris"-rza

4th Chamber, 1995

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some had to snort cocaine to act insane

some had to snort cocaine to act insane

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firin’ weapons released on geffen

firin’ weapons released on geffen

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UpNorthTripstrumentals | Genius/Gza - Liquid Swords (1995)

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Say Hello To Mr. Greico
People are smoking blunts, smoking dust. People have weapons out, long sharp knives, big scissors that you cut bushes with. It was just crazy.”
When S.H. Fernando Jr., better known as “Skiz,” entered Sterling Sound Studios in Manhattan in 1995, he arrived not just as a journalist. Granted, his credentials as a writer were strong: Skiz was already a regular contributor to The Source and Vibe, while his first book “The New Beats: Exploring the Music, Culture & Attitudes of Hip-Hop,” published in 1994, helped solidify his reputation as a forward-thinking voice in contemporary rap.
But on that day, he was also a fan getting a chance to hang out with one of his favorite artists. And while sitting in on the chaotic mastering sessions for GZA’s Liquid Swords, he would become part of one of hip-hop’s all time greatest albums—not as himself, but as the mysterious “Mr. Greico” on “Killah Hills 10304.” In this exclusive interview, Skiz talks with Get On Down about the making of Liquid Swords, his role on the album, and why you should never cross RZA in a drug deal, real or fake. [Read More…]

Say Hello To Mr. Greico

People are smoking blunts, smoking dust. People have weapons out, long sharp knives, big scissors that you cut bushes with. It was just crazy.”

When S.H. Fernando Jr., better known as “Skiz,” entered Sterling Sound Studios in Manhattan in 1995, he arrived not just as a journalist. Granted, his credentials as a writer were strong: Skiz was already a regular contributor to The Source and Vibe, while his first book “The New Beats: Exploring the Music, Culture & Attitudes of Hip-Hop,” published in 1994, helped solidify his reputation as a forward-thinking voice in contemporary rap.

But on that day, he was also a fan getting a chance to hang out with one of his favorite artists. And while sitting in on the chaotic mastering sessions for GZA’s Liquid Swords, he would become part of one of hip-hop’s all time greatest albums—not as himself, but as the mysterious “Mr. Greico” on “Killah Hills 10304.” In this exclusive interview, Skiz talks with Get On Down about the making of Liquid Swords, his role on the album, and why you should never cross RZA in a drug deal, real or fake. [Read More…]

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BACK IN THE DAY |11/7/95| GZA releases his second album, Liquid Swords, on Geffen Records.

BACK IN THE DAY |11/7/95| GZA releases his second album, Liquid Swords, on Geffen Records.