Bad Seed Signs With Warner Brothers


Born MC The Bad Seed,

who nearly died as a child due to asthma, signed with

Warner Brothers yesterday. The Bad Seed, who hails from

Marcy Projects, the same New York City that brought Hip-Hop

Jay-Z and Memphis Bleek, recently appeared on Funk

Flex's Vol.4, 60 Minutes Of Funk on the track "Uhhnnh."

Speaking to, Seed said "Its been a long time coming.

I'm grateful for the opportunity for the world to hear

my music."

Seed was signed

to Makin' Records, where he formed O.B.S. (Original Blunted

Soldiers) with labelmates Pumpkinhead and Meat Pie. After

putting that project on hold, he dropped his single,"Grits,"

during the summer of 1998. His debut LP, Inevitable,

followed shortly after.

The Bad Seed's

major label debut is set for a 2002 release date.