After critical and commercial success with BMF, Swam started work with Beef Wellington, writing and rhyming on Beef Wellington’s “Feel Fantabulous” album. Returning the favor, Beef Wellington produced “9-5 Poortrait“, Swamburger’s solo 12” outing and the lead single from “The Roots of Kin”. Released at the end of 2002, the single continues to be a favorite of underground DJs and club-goers.
“The Roots of Kin” dropped on July 1, 2003 on 8th Dimension Records, with distribution by Caroline and received enormous hype. A 21st century renaissance man and artist in every sense of the word, Swamburger is a skilled visual artist as well, and his original art work graces his debut full length. A resident in a city more often thought of for corporate artistry and the marketing of childhood fantasy, Asaan Harazshi Brooks has risen above. Now it is time for the world to hear his message.
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