Friday, May 14, 2021

Scott La Rock Was Assassinated, Ultramagnetic MC’s Ced Gee Asserts

*(Los Angeles, CA) — Boogie Down Productions founder and producer Scott La Rock was killed at the behest B Boy Records, the late producer’s friend and collaborator Ced Gee says during an interview with author and journalist Soren Baker on Unique Access Ent. Ced Gee and Scott La Rock worked together on Boogie Down Productions’ debut album, 1987’s landmark Criminal Minded, which was released on B Boy Records.

Watch Ced Gee’s interview on Unique Access Ent. HERE.

Scott La Rock was shot and killed in New York, New York August 27, 1987. He was going to help fellow Boogie Down Productions member D-Nice defuse an argument he had gotten to regarding a woman he was interested in. Even though Scott helped to resolve  the conflict, Ced Gee says Scott was killed as part of a plan by B Boy Records.

“Kris and Scott was on a label where it was run by criminals,” Ced Gee says to Soren Baker. “In the end, they assassinated Scott. That was an assassination. The shooter was in place.”

During the Unique Access Ent. interview, Ced Gee also breaks down the production work he did on Criminal Minded and explains what isn’t true about Boogie Down Productions’ departure from B Boy Records and its deal with Jive Records.

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Scott La Rock

A member of the hugely influential rap group Ultramagentic MC’s, Ced Gee also produced material for Tim Dog and Finesse & Synquis, as well as Ultramagnetic, among others. Ced Gee also just released the single “DELTA 5.”

Watch Ced Gee’s DELTA 5 single HERE.

Home of the best interviews, rap commentary and hip-hop history on YouTube, Unique Access Ent. has logged more than 4.4 million views on YouTube and has more than 22.3K subscribers. One of its interviews with N.W.A member MC Ren has more than 1 million views. Other high profile interviews featured on the channel include ones with James Prince, Nice & Smooth, Mack 10, G Perico, T. Rodgers, CJ Mac, RBX, Dana Dane, and MC Eiht.

Watch & subscribe to Unique Access Ent. HERE.

Soren Baker is the author of acclaimed The History Of Gangster Rap and the co-author with Gucci Mane of The Gucci Mane Guide To Greatness, which is due in stores October 13 via Simon & Schuster. He has written for the Los Angeles Times, Chicago Tribune, and XXL, among others.

Go to Soren Baker’s Amazon Author Page HERE.

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