Legendary emcee Mic Geronimo makes his return to hip-hop with his latest single “Smoke”. Geronimo is most known for his relationship with Irv Gotti and Murder Inc. and his earlier collaborations with legendary emcees such as Jay-Z, Ja Rule, DMX, The LOX, and Puff Daddy on the single “Nothin’ Move but the Money”. Geronimo recently celebrated the release of his new single with an event at New York City’s infamous Quad Studios. Towards the end of the night, Mic addressed the crowd before performing:
“I never thought I’d be back here at this point in my career.” said Geronimo.
Prior to his hiatus, Geronimo released his last project, Alive, in 2007. The new Self Service and Whoelze produced single is the first from Mic’s forthcoming project, 3016. Mic credits his return to hip-hop to his father. A few days before his father’s passing, after reviewing Mic’s body of work, his father acknowledged Mic’s impact as an artist and asked Mic to do another project. Mic promised his dad that when the time was right, he would.
3016, represents Mic’s dad as well. Mic’s father was a retired NYPD officer, and that was his badge number. Mic says that this will be his last project, and it will be released later this year.
Stream “Smoke” below and stay connected with Mic Geronimo for upcoming announcements and releases here.