Black Geez and Eto link up once again for a final chapter to their album trilogy. On the mic Black Geez is pretty simple and has a lot of one syllable rhymes. The rewind button will most likely not be utilized at all with the bars. On the production side of things, Eto does a pretty decent job. Three times in a row and I feel like they accomplished the same thing with each album. It’s very middle of the road and not much stands out on these. This is another one that will most likely be passed up.
This second chapter of Flour City Street Bible pretty much follows the same format as the first one. Black Geez takes care of the rhymes while Eto provides us with the production side of things. There is a stark contrast between the two as well. As far as the rhymes go, Black Geez doesn’t do a whole lot on the mic. There really isn’t anything at all that is rewind-worthy with these bars. Now on the production side of things, Eto does a fantastic job at creating some really dope beats. It’s crazy how he is talented enough to do well at both rhyming and production. So this project is pretty much the same as the first go round. I’d say that this pairing doesn’t really work as well as it should.
The MC Black Geez teams up with fellow MC Eto (this time providing the production) to give us a brand new LP. This one was pretty average overall. Black Geez kicks some rhymes to us; nothing was really earth-shattering. He’s a pretty middle of the road MC based on his performance on this album. Eto does a decent job on the boards. I wouldn’t say that these are necessarily the hottest beats out there, but they are sufficient to get the job done here. All in all, this is a very basic album. They did an ok job here.