Siah and Yeshua DapoED
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|Siah and Yeshua DapoED|
|Origin||New York City, USA|
|Labels||Fondle 'Em Records|
Siah and Yeshua DapoED released their 1996 debut vinyl-only album The Visualz EP on Bobbito Garcia's record label Fondle 'Em Records. The EP featured rapping from the group's two MCs, production from Jon Adler, and a guest appearance by Ken Bugaloo.
The group's song "The Cure for Stagnation" appears on the 1998 compilation album Deeper Concentration. "A Day Like No Other", a remix of the group's song "A Day Like Any Other", was released on Mary Joy Records in 1998. The track features Yeshua DapoED, Murs, EL-P, and Shing02 freestyling over beats from the original song. Siah and Yeshua also appear together on T.Love's "Return Of The B-Girl" EP on the song "LA To Brooklyn".
Siah and Yesh also went on to record various solo tracks and the duo appeared on numerous compilations and as featured artists on a plethora of tracks. The duo recorded a number of tracks with the UK’s Unsung Heroes that were released on Scenario Records. They recorded a track for the Deeper Concentration compilation before Siah quit rapping to concentrate on Middle-East politics. Yeshua, now known as Yesh, has gone on to release a solo LP titled Into Fresh Things in 2002, and record with his crew Wee Bee Foolish. Siah recorded a track in 2005, "The Long Night" on which he rapped in English, Hebrew, and Arabic.
Siah and Yeshua DapoED's debut vinyl-only album The Visualz EP was released on CD for the first time by the Traffic Entertainment Group in 2008. The expanded 20-track compilation version of the album titled The Vizualz Anthology featured most of their recorded work together, along with solo tracks and radio appearances, and also included some unreleased tracks.
- The Visualz EP (1996)
- The Visualz Anthology (2008)