all heard the expression a picture is worth a thousand words.
Well, in the case of Cee-Rock "The Fury", words are
worth a thousand pictures. When he recites his unique
formulation of lyrics one can visualize the "vocal
scenery" in every phrase.
Loved and respected not only in
New York City but also in Scandinavia and other parts of Europe,
he's featured on Sweden's George remix of The Things You Do.
"The Fury" has been
seen on MTV with Ananda, freestyled with the Rap Coalition
(sponsored by Wendy Day); performed at the Apollo Theater, Video
Music Box with Ralph McDaniels and Crazy Sam; Underground Ruff
House with Uncle Jesse Barnes; and can be seen in NAS featuring
Puff Daddy's video Hate Me Now.
Foul language is not on
"The Fury's" agenda. He feels that cursing is a
cop-out for emcees who lack a strong vocabulary. A
ferocious competitor, Fury is always looking for a challenge,
especially when it comes to the battle of wit. Strategic
brain-warfare keeps Fury on his toes. This man specializes
in the art of deep thought.