Poetry and music have already been combined by San Francisco-based Azeem (given birth to: Ismail Azeem). The previous innovator of early-’90s rap/funk music group Telefunken, Azeem continued to write music and perform with Spearhead for just two years. His debut single EP, Garage area Opera, released in 1999, was accompanied by the amazing full-length album, Build Classic, made by seven from the Bay Area’s leading hip-hop companies. Explaining his affinity for poetic lyricism, www.fabric8.com claimed that Azeem “breaks (vocabulary) down such as a street-wise dictionary.” He originally attracted attention being a poet within the middle-’90s. Being successful a Bay Region poetry slam in 1994 against 50 various other poets, Azeem gained a slot in the Lollapalooza tour. Furthermore to offering such top-notch works as George Clinton, A Tribe Known as Quest, as well as the Beastie Guys, the tour included vocalist/songwriter Michael Franti, who eventually asked him to co-write music for Franti’s music group, Spearhead. Azeem’s achievement through the tour resulted in him being highlighted on the nationally broadcast PBS particular, USA of Poetry. Although he caused Franti and Spearhead for just two years, Azeem added to such strikes as “Meals for the Public” and “Madness within the Hood.” One tune, “Hold Me Lifted” offering Azeem’s vocals, was the only real melody by Spearhead to attain Billboard’s rap graphs.
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