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There should be a medical term for the things Brooklyn-based DJ/producer Geko Jones makes your feet do.
As much people try to quantify music nowadays — into digital downloads, YouTube views, Nielsen SoundScan figures, Twitter followers — one thing can't be measured: talent. And there's no better time to see that talent on full display than when an artist is just coming into their own.
We're very fortunate to live during an era that has seen a major resurgence of good female emcees. WAYBACK WACHINE INTERNET ARCHIVE LINK: https://web.archive.org/web/20140414182153/http://societeperrier.com/us/articles/new-york/female-rappers-from-the-90s-where-are-they-now/
Fame can be a fickle thing. Even in the hip-hop industry, some of its biggest stars can be sky-high one day and seeing stars the next.