Lavish lifestyles have become synonymous with the modern day rapper. Many see such riches at an early age in their fledgling careers – usually the polar opposites of what they’ve been used to before they became famous. But the high-rolling lifestyle that many embraced has had more of a hold on Jay Z, one of rap modern day lynchpins.
One way to measure Fliptrix’s success as an artist is to contrast the entirety of his back catalogue. His debut, Force Fed Imagery, remains one of mine, and undoubtedly many others, most listened to albums. Even back in 2007 it had a raw yet personable vibe sewn into it, something which has evolved fluidly with […]
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It has been recently announced that the legendary “lost” debut album from Blak Twang will be seeing it’s long overdue re-release headed by Sony Music on September 22nd 2014. We caught up with him to find out more
London’s Badbonez drops Bone Marrow Vol.2. A 15-track banger to end your summer on a high note.
We caught up with Kyza to hear about his new project Hibernation
The Fresh Flesh EP provides a fleeting impression for Baxter’s latest hotly tipped third album, released later this year. A discerning gesture from the man in question, allowing supporters of his erudite writing style to be satisfied months ahead of the game.
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Don’t let her petite physique fool you, Islington’s Little Simz proves her worth on her recent E.D.G.E release. Her quick-fire lyrics effortlessly lay over, well-produced, often lengthy beats with vocal features from Josh Arcé, Chuck20, AGO’s Waldo and Tilla
New single from Chester P! Following the sad passing of one of London’s all out Kings, ROBBO, all funds raised from this track will be used to help support those closest to him in such hard times.
You Can Take the Cracker out of Croydon is the space where Cracker Jon tells us about his life and everything in it. A mode of music making which focusses solely on two things – his words and the sheer brilliance underneath the lyricism: the work of 2Late.