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Former Death Row Records Female MC SKG Delivers A Banger Of An Album With “Unfinished Business”

by RAPMAGAZINE - 29 August 237 Views

She is a rare breed, one of her kind, and the greatest female rapper to ever grace the music industry; Helecia Choyce who goes by the professional name of SKG- a former Death Row Records female rapper who has a new album dubbed “Unfinished Business” that is out everywhere. She was recently honored with a Gold and 4X Platinum Plaques for her work on the Great rapper Tupac Shakur’s “Until The End of Time” album, writing and performing on the #4 single “Let Em Have It”.

She also graced the 2022 Billboard Music Awards in Las Vegas hosted by Sean “Diddy” at the MGM Grand Garden Arena. She is now back with a new 16-track album dubbed “Unfinished Business”- a tribute and dedication to her late brother “Trayveon Choyce” who introduced her to music at a young age; the legacy lives through her!

She went hard on this one in an exhaustive manner and every track from this lineup is unique, diverse, and sensational- bringing its own emotions and themes on the table and taking a listener on another staggering rap expedition. She features some guest collaborations from artists like; Boosie BadAzz, Paul Wall, Juvenile, Mistah F.A.B and Beenie Man, Mr. Capone-E, AD, Compton, Nicole Collier, Cassidy among others.

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“Thru My Eyez” is delivered straight from Tupac’s lyrical school of art. No matter how many times you listen to this, it never dies. This is a street anthem and she confirms that the streets made her. “Light skin savage, never been average…” and “We all see the picture but our own vision ain’t the same…” are some of the bars that slap. Her rap lemonade sandwiched between Keith Robinson’s own mellifluous vocals and impeccably complemented by the old-school melodies is exactly why you’ll be listening to this track more than 3 times at least!

“Blame On Me” featuring Nicole Collier is special right from the introductory guitar solos that are followed instantaneously by the deep phased bass effective beats and the chorus section delivered in that nostalgic and classic club R&B vibe as Nicole makes a killing with her voice. SKG then takes over and goes hard albeit in smooth unforced flows that come from somewhere deep. She is raw, versatile, original, and authentic!