At age 23, Gee has evolved into one of Gambia’s most talented and hardworking artistes. This is evident in the numerous solo projects he has successfully completed with absolutely no financial assistance. Gee possesses world-class proficiency when it comes to his lyricism and musical arrangement, as this is unmistakably apparent in his songs. His discography includes three hip-hop albums and a mixtape. Behind the Scenes was a collaborative album with Sweden-based rapper Nube and was laced with basic bass-and-kick driven rhythms over fundamental raps chronicling street experiences of the two young emcees. Featured on the project were a few upcoming names among them She Romeo, a female R&B crooner featured on a couple of cuts and most notable amongst them was Mary Jane which instantly got transformed into a street classic. The album had only one video titled “Wat time iz it” featuring Kanasu Barz of the DLC.
Freedom of Speech was his sophomore effort and showed more diversity than its predecessor in more ways than one especially on the production end. The album had more stand-out singles as well and Gee’s exceptional delivery made it all the more listenable. Of noteworthy mention are Banjul, Dakar to Holland ft Rhymzter a Dutch hip-hop artist and “Age is a Weapon” featuring Da Lyrikal Cypha. Both songs were transformed into videos and have been premiered on the “FiiLa” TV Show on GRTS. All in all, this album is a must-have.
The latest Gee offering came out in December 2010 and is titled Never too Early. This album was preceded by a mix-disc also titled Never Too Early, it served as a teaser in building up anticipation for the Never Too Early album. The release of Never Too Early in December 2010 was an important milestone in Gambian music circles and is inclined to take hip-hop in the Gambia to a new threshold. This album embodies the definition of hip-hop as defined by the art form itself but with a true Gambian identity. Most of the production was done by a Swedish producer called Jatrix who works for an independent label Nordic Steel. Jatrix has more than a decade of musical work experience as a producer and worked for Universal Records, which is one of the world’s biggest record companies. Jatrix’s very versatile productions coupled with Gee’s lyrical proficiency would give hip-hop-heads a lot of things they can relate to. A few artistes have been featured on the Never Too Early project and they include the following: She-Romeo (Gambia), Snow Eazy (Gambia), Essay (Sweden), Fata (Senegal), Nix (Senegal), Nube (Sweden), and the La Cosa Nostra Family.
Gee has also been prominently featured on “Grounded DVD Vol.1” which was the first locally-made hip-hop dvd magazine, he has also been on noteworthy audio compilations such as “Dont Get It Twisted”, Unplugged” etc. Of late, he has been featured on stellar projects such as the recently released “Shout Gambia DVD” which is the first ever documentary on the emerging music scene in the Gambia. The song that is on everyone’s lips right now is the Hakim produced hip-hop, R&B Mbalax hybrid titled “Yow Laa Buga” with Mariam Sowe a Gambian singer based in California. He has made the performance list of the annual all-Gambian Open Mic Festival for the past two years due to his hard work and dedication. Gee is set to release another video and a mixtape real soon. For Gee, the work never stops for he has braved so many odds with the releases of the aforementioned projects and he strives to do more each day. He has accumulatively distributed and sold over two thousand copies independently.