Dean Swift x Geniu$ - Unheard Of

Posted 4 years ago

After introducing himself to our readers last summer, with his debut album The Low Pro, Boston emcee Dean Swift has connected with Atlanta emcee/producer and fellow newcomer Geniu$ for the release of their brand new collaborative project, Unheard Of. Hosted by DJBooth.net, the theme of the free release is reaching the brink of success while struggling as an unknown commodity in the recording industry.

Previously-featured stand out selections like "Prayer" and "Would You Mind" help to capture this sentiment. Production is handled mostly by Geniu$ and Izze the Producer, whose production credits include Young Jeezy and Ace Hood, while guest appearances are limited to Lucky, Renzo, Singa and Stephon Michaels.

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