Eligh, a self-described “genre-breaking, obsessive bass fiend” has continued to sustain himself as a salient figure for over fifteen years within the increasingly fickle and rapidly revolving world of hip-hop. The Los Angeles native has maintained his respected status by fearlessly veering from a the traditional trajectory which is often limited to beats and rhymes. Instead, Eligh has chosen to fabricate projects that incorporate the gritty sounds of the UK dub scene, the unorthodox styling of indie rock, the lush guitars and honesty of folk music, and the complexity of jazz, all without losing the listener in a musically esoteric composition.

2018 will mark the release of Eligh's 10th official solo album. His last self produced album, Grey Crow, was a testament to his resilience against a drug addiction that nearly took his life 12 years ago. Grey Crow was the first official solo release from Eligh since 2003’s Poltergeist. Even with the seven-year gap between solo projects Eligh continued to contribute to a plethora of projects within that time frame which, most notably include, Living Legends albums, “Classic” and “The Gathering”; The Grouch & Eligh, “No More Greener Grasses” and “Say G&E!”; Eligh & Jo Wilkinson, “On Sacred Ground: Mother & Son”, and many more.

Eligh’s musical interest was piqued as middle schooler, and along with some friends formed the now defunct, yet legendary Log Cabin crew. That same crew would ultimately end up producing many of Los Angeles’s prominent hip-hop figures, including future crewmates, Murs and Scarub. After a stint in the Bay Area, which lead to a serendipitous gathering of minds, ideas and styles that formed the now world famous Living Legends crew, Eligh returned home to Los Angeles. Since returning home, Eligh has tirelessly produced classic material, being the main contributor to what many would dub the trademark, “Living Legends sound”. Outside of being a studio musician and rapper, Eligh has relentlessly toured and has performed on stages across North America, Europe, Asia, and Australia and continues to deliver a captivating live show with his trademark rapid fire delivery, whether as a solo act or with his Legendary brethren. As a producer, Eligh has provided music for notable acts such as Living Legends, Murs, Rass Kass, El-P, wrestler John Cena, and continues to be a sought after producer by his peers.

In 2016, "Grand Tapestry" was released. A group formed by Eligh, Alam Khan, and Salar Nader, Grand Tapestry is a unique mix of classical Indian music, and hip hop, in line with Eligh's "Genre breaker" moniker. That journey is just beginning, and he see's the groups potential as limitless. His goal to score film had always been apart of his story, and Eligh hopes to speak it into existence in the coming months.

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https://grandtapestry.com

 

Discography

Solo

"As They Pass" 1996

"A Story of 2 Worlds" 1997

"Sidewaydayz" 1998

"Gandalf's Beat Machine" 2000

"Gas Dream" 2000

"Gandalf's Beat Machine: Level 2" 2002

"Poltergeist" 2003

"Enigma" 2005

"Grey Crow" 2010

"80 HRTZ" 2015

Collaborative

The Grouch & Eligh - "G&E Music, Vol. 1 & 2" 1999

Living Legends - "Almost Famous" 2001

Living Legends - "Crappy Old Sh*t" 2003

The Grouch & Eligh - "No More Greener Grasses" 2004

Living Legends - "Creative Differences" 2004

3MG - "Grand Caravan To The Rim of The World" 2005

Living Legends - "Classic" 2005

Living Legends - "Legendary Music, Vol. 1" 2006

Eligh & Magi - "The Brother's Grime" 2007

Eligh vs DJ Fresh - "Beat Battle" 2008 

Living Legends - "The Gathering" 2008

The Grouch & Eligh - "Say G&E!" 2009

Eligh & Jo Wilkinson - "On Sacred Ground: Mother & Son" 2009

Eligh & Amp Live - "Therapy at 3" 2011 

The Grouch & Eligh - The Tortoise & The Crow 2014

The Grouch & Eligh x Cunninlynguists - Winterfire 2014