Vertikal talks with Guy Todd Williams

Don’t push me, cause I’m close to the edge I’m trying not to lose my head.

July 20, Reel Talk had an enlightning interview with Guy Todd Williams PKA Rahiem formerly of the legendary hip-hop group, “The Original Funky 4 & DJ Breakout & DJ Baron,” also formerly a member of Grandmaster Flash & The Furious 5. Grandmaster Flash & The Furious 5 became the first hip-hop group/artist inducted into The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame!

Guy Todd Williams PKA Rahiem formerly of the legendary hip-hop group The Original Funky 4 & DJ Breakout & DJ Baron, also formerly a member of Grandmaster Flash & The Furious 5. In 2004 VH-1 honored Grandmaster Flash & The Furious 5 at the VH-1 Hip-Hop honors, also in 2007 Rahiem and his former group Grandmaster Flash & The Furious 5 became the first hip-hop group/artist inducted into The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame! Rahiem has also recorded as a solo R&B singer and received a gold record for his song on the motion picture “Juice” soundtrack featuring the late Tupac Shakur with his song “Does your man know about me”! Other songs to Rahiem’s credit include “Larry’s Dance”, “U know what time it is”, “Freedom” , “Birthday party” and “Freelance”. Rahiem was also a staff producer working under the direction of “New Jack Swing” founder “Teddy Riley” when Teddy worked with the group “Blackstreet” and also as a staff producer working under the direction of well known hit making producer Dr Dre shortly prior to Eminem signed with Dr Dre’s Aftermath Records

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