However, Eligh was eventually evicted from his aunt and uncle’s home, forcing him to move from L.A. up north to the Bay Area. There, he met aspiring underground rapper the Grouch, which ultimately led to 3MG’s incorporation into the Living Legends. Combining his dogged work ethic with the Legends’ D.I.Y. approach, Eligh issued almost a dozen LPs within the span of ten years, not to mention providing beats for those outside the Legends camp (sometimes under the producer alias Gandalf), including Company Flow, Pigeon John, and WWE wrestler John Cena. The mid- to late ’90s saw the release of self-pressed albums like As They Pass (1996) and Gas Dream (1999); however, in the 2000s, Eligh concocted darker and more cryptic albums, such as Poltergeist (2003) and Enigma (2005). Other than offering more 3MG material, Eligh was involved in a number of LL offshoots as well, including the Righteous Brothers Project and G&E, aka the Grouch & Eligh
In 2010, Eligh released his twelfth album, Grey Crow. The album spawned many likes by underground hip hop fans and is praised for Eligh’s unique flow and lyricism. To date, it is currently Eligh’s best selling album as an independent artist.
AmpLive is an American music producer and DJ best known as half of the Hip-Hop duo Zion I. AmpLive furthered his production career collaborating with Goapele, Planet Asia, Too Short, Chali 2na, Codany Holiday and Del the Funky Homosapien, as well as remixing works by MGMT, Linkin Park, and Radiohead. His work has also been featured in a number of movies and TV shows, most prominently in ESPN’s Playmakers, but also Honey, Big Fat Liar, America’s Next Top Model and SportsCenter.
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