Bazooka Joe Gotti “Trappin’ Rappin’ And Scrappin'” Bazooka Joe Gotti is a founding member of the Street Reportas together with platinum producer Gennessee.
As a cypher killer, he has built a reputation as being a freestyle king with next level improvisational rhyming skills. Bazooka Joe Gotti has been in cyphers in the streets of New York City, Los Angeles, Oakland, San Diego, San Francisco as well as Hawaii and Europe. The flow is precise and his dedication to preserving Hip-Hop culture is quite obvious.
Joe has opened up for Wu-Tang Clan, Mos Def and Talib Kweli as well as Too $hort, De La Soul and the Blastmaster KRS-One numerous times. His features include working with The Jacka, San Quinn, Mike Marshall, Cozmo, Berner and Mac Dre.
Bazooka Joe Gotti from San Francisco has been “Trappin Rappin and Scrappin” all his life. Hustling, writing rhymes and fighting for everything he’s got. Breathez Deep did most beats on the album. Indecent The Slapmaster from Vallejo, who now lives in Texas, did a couple, same as ILL Text from Florida. Gennessee, Bazooka Joe Gotti’s associate of the Street Reportas, did one, same as Donaldo plus Bruce Leighton of the renown Data Stream Studio.
Bazooka Joe Gotti‘s flows are street, but just as much poetry in motion. He delivers a different “out the box”-style that you can’t put in a category or just one music-genre. This album, “Trappin’ Rappin’ and Scrappin’” is new music, is bass music, is gangster music, is flow and skills. Some hooks are complex, some are real simple. It’s modern day rap music, Hip-Hop from a veteran.