Underrated: "I Think He Has The Ability To Be Mainstream But It's Not Up To Me"

Thursday, Jul 19, 2012 12:15AM

Written by Amber McKynzie for Stevie Williams

[Each week, SOHH asks two entertainment personalities to name who they feel is the most underrated emcee in hip-hop. After Damion "Damizza" Young gave Ca$his the title earlier this week, professional skateboarder Stevie Williams crowns Peedi Crakk SOHH Underrated.]


Ah man. There's so many of them. It's so hard.

Before when hip-hop was hip-hop, it wasn't so like, "Get that hit record so you can get your bread." [Now] it's a little different. You know what I mean? One of my favorite underground street rappers is Peedi Crakk from State Property.

I think he has the ability to be mainstream, but it's not up to me. There's a lot of rappers who know how to make a lot of hit songs, and be lyrical and things like that. My personal pick would be Peedi Crakk.

He's SOHH Underrated.

Stevie Williams is a famous street skateboarder that was born and raised in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on December 17, 1979. He has a video part in the DC Video, as well as his own shoe. Stevie Williams also appeared in the video game Tony Hawk's American Wasteland and Tony Hawk's Project 8, and as a secret character in NFL Street 2. His current sponsors are DGK skateboards (which he owns), RBK shoes, CCS mailorder, Venture trucks and Gold wheels.

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