This was way too big. On the decks was Meshak Nasty for the 2nd week running, and MC guests were Nasty Jack (who's promoting his new album; Shotta Music) and Flirta D, 2 legends of the grime scene!
Check the pics, audio and tracklisting below...
Wiley - Wheres my brother
Frisco, Jammer, J2K - Talkin about
Jammer - Champs and Weed
Frisco & Faith SFX - Skeng box
Jendor, Little Dee, Pro - Crack in the Flesh
Snoopy - You know me
Wretch - Take this from me
Kardinal Offishal - Set it off ft. Dr Dre and Pusha T
Plastician - Export ft. Slaya
Direman - Where's my Pen
Malik - Crazy
Roll Deep - Let it out
CNN - Halfway thugs
Blaq poet - Voices
Ghetto - Live in da booth
Joker ft. Double - I can tell (Gully brook lane dub)
Joker ft. Rinser - Gully brook lane freestyle
Thunderclaps ft. Ghetto, Orifice, Shameless - Judgement day
Wiley ft. P Money, Daniel Merryweather - Money in my pocket (DVA Remix)
Donaeo - African Worrior
KIG - Head, shoulders, knees, toes
Kid Cudi - Day N Nite (agent x remix)
Nasty Jack and Flirta D + more MC session
Andrew Vactor was facing a $150 fine for playing rap music too loudly on his car stereo in July. But a judge offered to reduce that to $35 if Vactor spent 20 hours listening to classical music by the likes of Bach, Beethoven and Chopin.
Vactor, 24, lasted only about 15 minutes, a probation officer said.
It wasn't the music, Vactor said, he just needed to be at practice with the rest of the Urbana University basketball team.
"I didn't have the time to deal with that," he said. "I just decided to pay the fine."
Champaign County Municipal Court Judge Susan Fornof-Lippencott says the idea was to force Vactor to listen to something he might not prefer, just as other people had no choice but to listen to his loud rap music.
Jason Gross at Popmatters.com hits the nail on the head: the assumption that rap is de-civilising, that classical is somehow its antithesis, and that merely to listen to it for a few hours will neuter any antisocial behaviour, is imbecilic hogwash. And to punish one guy in his car for noise pollution is wrong-headed when those responsible for the real musical pollution in our lives, here and all over the world – classical piped into the tube, chart music played to speed up your purchases in the high street, supposedly soothing light classics on planes – are never brought to book.