Here we come
SEEDA is a bilingual Japanese rapper and part of the Scars crew along with I-DeA. His debut album Detonator was released under the name Shida Da Shadi in 1999 and was produced in it's entirety by I-DeA. Since then he goes under the SEEDA moniker and most recently completed the 花と雨 (Flowers and Rain) album with production by Bach Logic.Read More
In the 2000 B-Boy Park MC Battle SEEDA left a lasting impression as a bilingual rapper.
In 2003 came SEEDA's second album Flash Sounds Presents ILL VIBE produced by I-DeA, and in 2005 his third album Green was released. Green was produced by I-DeA and B.L a.k.a Bach Logic from DOBERMAN INC., while Bes, Manny, Iecca, Essencial and Sagga all made guest appearances.
In 2006 along with DJ Isso of SD Junksta, SEEDA released three installments of the Concrete Green Mix CD series. The first included composition and freestyles from SEEDA, I-DeA and other members of Scars, along with SD Junksta, L-Vokal and Q-ILL, and exclusive tracks from 四街道ネイチャー (yotsukaidouNATURE)'s Mike Akira (The other two members of 四街道ネイチャー have since released material inder the name FORCE OF NATURE, most notably for the Samurai Champloo soundtrack).
The second Concrete Green album included new tracks and freestyles from Scars, SD Junksta, L-Vokal and Mike Akira, while the third installment, with music from SEEDA, Scars, Comachi, 4WD and You York included among the tracks an MC battle between Shinpeita nd Norikiyo of SD Junksta.