Liat Ben-Zur is Founder and Managing Partner of Geek Sheek Beats. As a high tech business Executive with over 15 years of experience in strategy, marketing, product planning, branding, and business development, she works closely with clients to understand their marketing goals, messages, brand and event needs. Liat expertly translates ambiguous and highly complex concepts into meaningful, intuitive stories that speak to influencers and taste makers. Her passion for marketing ensures that every song Geek Sheek Beats produces maximizes the impact of our clients' campaigns.
Parker & The Numberman have partnered with Liat Ben-Zur to help bridge companies with contemporary culture via authentic, credible, and original music and videos. This team believes that urban is a psychographic, not a demographic and we strive to shine light on how hip hop’s intersection with contemporary culture is an extremely powerful phenomenon for companies to harness.
One of the most well respected local hip hop duos in Southern California, Parker and the Numberman have headlined and performed at shows for audiences of all sizes. Winners of "Best Hip Hop Album of The Year" at the San Diego Music Awards 2012, they bring authenticity and unbridled energy to any stage.
At time when many artists clog Twitter feeds and Facebook timelines with incessant, ALL CAPS self-promotion, Parker &TheNumberman lay in the cut, quietly rebirthing the “cool.” It’s the same type of cool that Miles Davis fathered in 1957. It’s the type of cool that juggles clever rhymes and down-to-earth storytelling with visions of high art and experimental soundscapes. And it’s the type of cool that makes it all look effortless.
Parker & The Numberman are a hip-hop group from San Diego consisting of rappers Parker Edison and 10-19 The Numberman and their DJ, Collagey. Though each had been honing his skills for over a decade, they just joined forces in 2007. Despite just two EP’s (The Talented Tenth and the Early … EP) and two DVD projects (What About Your Block? and Lorna Doone) to their name, P+T have casually grabbed the attention of fans, critics, and veteran artists from different genres eager to work with the group.
That attention has already earned them accolades. In 2010, their music video "What About Your Block?" was accepted into the New York International Film Festival. The following year, P+T’s Early … EP garnered a nomination for Best Hip-Hop Album from the San Diego Music Awards. Across all their work, the group shows a knack for telling familiar stories in refreshing ways while exuding nonchalant confidence. It’s like they can’t help being naturally original.
Parker & The Numberman