29 April 2010
Article from the British National Party (BNP) website about Lethal B's recent incitement for the murder of their leader Nick Griffin:
British National Party legal officer Lee Barnes has laid a criminal charge against Ghanaian-origin rap singer “Lethal Bizzle” after he called for Nick Griffin’s murder on Twitter.
Lethal Bizzle, whose real name is Maxwell Ansah, sent out a Twitter message yesterday which read: “Got an idea, u wanna be famous? Kill the BNP leader, u will be a hero.”
Mr Barnes said this was a threat which could not be taken lightly.
“He is linked with black gun gangs in London and this constitutes a serious threat,” Mr Barnes said.
The Serious Crime Act 2007, section 45 states that a person commits an offence if:
(a)he does an act capable of encouraging or assisting the commission of an offence; and
(i)that the offence will be committed; and
(ii)that his act will encourage or assist its commission.
“Mr Ansah’s twitter is clearly an incitement to serious violence against Nick Griffin,” Mr Barnes said.
“Imagine if a threat like that had been issued by Mr Griffin against Mr Ansah. The BNP leader would have been arrested within minutes, but it seems that black rappers are somehow protected.”
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27 April 2010
Anyone But Him Feat STYLAHbymrhudson
Mercury recording artist Mr Hudson this afternoon announced on his twitter page that London rap artist Stylah has won the competition to feature on the UK edition of his new single 'Anyone But Him'.
26 April 2010
‘I make no bones about loving music. I’m not scared of offending anyone who thinks I shouldn’t make metal or acoustic classical folk, or work with someone who’s composed for the English National Ballet if I want to.’
Along with several quickfire mixtapes, Akala’s acclaimed previous albums, Mobo-winning 2006 debut It’s Not A Rumour and 2007’s Freedom Lasso, continue to sell steadily, and also gave rise to the fruitful Hip Hop Shakespeare Company (he’s just returned from a youth writing workshop in Denmark).
The literary inspiration for new album Doublethink is George Orwell’s dystopian novel 1984. It’s not the first time Orwell’s classic has influenced records – David Bowie used it as the basis of his 1974 album Diamond Dogs; The Eurythmics released a synth soundtrack in the year 1984. But Akala’s apocalyptic vision is galvanising and beautifully arranged on numbers such as Welcome To Dystopia and Yours And My Children.
‘We wanted to approach this album like we were scoring a film,’ he grins. ‘To me, 1984 felt like prophecy rather than fiction. There are so many parallels with modern life and what seemed like preposterous ideas in the book.’
As a rapper, he was particularly struck by 1984’s use of totalitarian ‘newspeak’. ‘I was fascinated by the concept that limiting language limits people’s thinking. I actually see that working with young people who have brilliant ideas without the words to communicate them. It’s when you don’t have the tools to express yourself that you get violent. How is it that a “civilised” society is producing 16-year-olds who can’t read or write?
The baddest man on rollerskates, Shadrack gets into a spot of bother with the 'boy dem'! Hot beats and bars on this one. Look out for cameos from the likes of Giggs and JaJa Soze (PDC)!
- LAZY HABITS
- GRAZIELLA (From X FACTOR's 'Miss Frank')
- KASHMERE & J'DA KUT
- LA REBLA FAM
- STIG N SYNTAX
- DEF D FIRES
- ARUBA RED Feat IRON BRAYDZ
- NATHAN "FLUTEBOX" LEE and WANDAN
- PNEUMATIC & SLOTH
- GRANVILLE SESSIONS
- CROSS BONE T
- DJs: AK-ONE and SNUFF THE ABLIST (Dented)
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25 April 2010
This looks to be one of the biggest grime club tracks since Too Many Man! Proper feeling this one, look forward to the actual video, might have to cop the download!
23 April 2010
The Disablists & Foreign Beggars combine for the hot new single Heavy Rotation available today from iTunes. The Disablists started as a jazz trio and became turntablists, becoming UK DMC Team Champions 3 times. The iTunes single includes a DJ Mutiny dubstep remix and The Disablists scratch remix entitled Heavy Flowtation. The vid contains some really sick stop motion animation which would've taken AAAAGES!
Support them and buy the single on iTunes here!
22 April 2010
Bigfoot is an hip-hop artist from Manchester, UK closely affiliated with Sway's Dcypha Productions team. He has just released his debut mixtape 'Happy Birthday' for free online as a present to his fans on his 18th birthday. The mixtape features fifteen brand new tracks from Bigfoot, including features from Sway, Dot Rotten, Klayz and more. The mixtape contains remixes and freestyles, as well as snippets of material from Bigfoot's debut album 'One Dream At A Time' which is set for release late 2010.
DOWNLOAD FOR FREE HERE
Facebook Fanpage: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Bigfoot/244280579129?ref=ts
21 April 2010
The Distant Relatives, Damian Marley and Nas preview "Despair" from their upcoming album, talk about aging artists in Hip-Hop, and balancing talent with mainstream appeal.
20 April 2010
After a nearly two-month hospitalization, legendary rapper Guru (best known as the frontman for Gangstarr) died Monday morning (April 19), after a long battle with cancer, reports DJPremierBlog.com. He was just 43 years old. Solar, Guru's business partner and sidekick in recent years, told the Yo!Raps (who's PR company had been coordinating press for Guru since his hospitalization) that the 43-year-old rapper had been suffering from a "malicious illness for over a year and after numerous special treatments under the supervision of medical specialists failed". He had tried to keep the cancer diagnosis private, but in early March, news leaked that Guru had been admitted to the hospital, suffered a heart attack, and was recovering from a mystery illness. Previous reports said hesuffered from Anoxia, effects from a lengthy history of asthma and lung problems, but these new findings reveal a much worst condition. "The world has lost one of the best MCs and hip-hop icons of all-time -- my loyal best friend, partner, and brother, Guru," Solar said in a statement. "Guru has been battling cancer for well over a year and has lost his battle! This is a matter that Guru wanted private until he could beat it, but tragically, this did not happen. The cancer took him. Now the world has lost a great man and a true genius. "For the fans that reached out with love and support, I can't tell you how much that meant to Guru and myself. Guru prepared this letter (read below) while he was in the hospital for the fans," the producer continued. "I hope now that Guru has moved on to a better place." Guru (real name: Keith Elam) rose to fame in the 80s as the frontman to the legendary rap duo, Gangstarr, also consisting of DJ Premier. The group released the classic single, "Words I Manifest," which was followed by their critically acclaimed debut, No More Mr. Nice Guy, in 1989. The group went on to release six official albums through 2003, before they split and went their separate ways. Guru went on to found 7 Grand Records, partnering with producer Solar, and embarked on a solo career. Since falling ill, there's been a lot of controversy over news of his hospitalization. Family members of Guru publicly claimed that Solar had taken over control of the rapper's decision making and had even barred them from visiting. The only official statements being released from the veteran rapper were relayed through his longtime partner Solar, which raised eyebrows from former Guru collaborators and friends. Solar, however, publicly denied claimsof any malicious intentions and was only following the rapper's instructions. Unfortunately, Guru never got well enough to clear things up himself. On Monday (April 19) when Guru passed away, so did a piece of hip-hop. He'll forever go down in history as one of the best MCs to ever do it. Rest in peace GURU!
After a nearly two-month hospitalization, legendary rapper Guru (best known as the frontman for Gangstarr) died Monday morning (April 19), after a long battle with cancer, reports DJPremierBlog.com. He was just 43 years old.
Solar, Guru's business partner and sidekick in recent years, told the Yo!Raps (who's PR company had been coordinating press for Guru since his hospitalization) that the 43-year-old rapper had been suffering from a "malicious illness for over a year and after numerous special treatments under the supervision of medical specialists failed".
He had tried to keep the cancer diagnosis private, but in early March, news leaked that Guru had been admitted to the hospital, suffered a heart attack, and was recovering from a mystery illness. Previous reports said hesuffered from Anoxia, effects from a lengthy history of asthma and lung problems, but these new findings reveal a much worst condition.
"The world has lost one of the best MCs and hip-hop icons of all-time -- my loyal best friend, partner, and brother, Guru," Solar said in a statement. "Guru has been battling cancer for well over a year and has lost his battle! This is a matter that Guru wanted private until he could beat it, but tragically, this did not happen. The cancer took him. Now the world has lost a great man and a true genius.
"For the fans that reached out with love and support, I can't tell you how much that meant to Guru and myself. Guru prepared this letter (read below) while he was in the hospital for the fans," the producer continued. "I hope now that Guru has moved on to a better place."
Guru (real name: Keith Elam) rose to fame in the 80s as the frontman to the legendary rap duo, Gangstarr, also consisting of DJ Premier. The group released the classic single, "Words I Manifest," which was followed by their critically acclaimed debut, No More Mr. Nice Guy, in 1989. The group went on to release six official albums through 2003, before they split and went their separate ways.
Guru went on to found 7 Grand Records, partnering with producer Solar, and embarked on a solo career.
Since falling ill, there's been a lot of controversy over news of his hospitalization. Family members of Guru publicly claimed that Solar had taken over control of the rapper's decision making and had even barred them from visiting. The only official statements being released from the veteran rapper were relayed through his longtime partner Solar, which raised eyebrows from former Guru collaborators and friends. Solar, however, publicly denied claimsof any malicious intentions and was only following the rapper's instructions.
Unfortunately, Guru never got well enough to clear things up himself.
On Monday (April 19) when Guru passed away, so did a piece of hip-hop. He'll forever go down in history as one of the best MCs to ever do it. Rest in peace GURU!
To me the last year of success amongst UK Hip hop and UK Grime (or UK 'Rap') has been something I've anticipated for the last 10 years. Throughout most of the noughties, UK 'Rap' on a commercial/chart level consisted of the likes of Big Brovaz sampling classic english musicals or Blazin Squad butchering US hip hop classics, not to mention the 'ferocity' of Mis-teeq showing the world how us British folk rap.
This blurred however the true UK hip hop music, which could be heard from the likes of pirate station Itch FM and weekly event Kung Fu; where I looked up to underground acts like Skinnyman and Taskforce. Alas, despite it's massive underground following, 'British made' Hip Hop was never able to cement a strong reputation amongst the wider audience (especially outside of major cities) which led to labels playing safe and going with 'plastic' (or put simply, marketable) acts in expense of more edgy sounding politically charged material .
Around 2003 I went to see Pro Green (a friend of a friend who'd recently changed his name from 'Oh-Z') battle at the Jumpoff which was then at the Scala, Kings Cross. He was featured in this 2004 BBC entertainment news report, which has plenty of predictable 8 mile comparisons but makes for nostalgic reading 6 years later. It also adds context to his recent no. 3 chart success and despite having a commercial sound, 'I need you tonight' is a good track so you cant hate but congratulate the guy.
Hitting no. 4 in the charts and #1 in the album charts is Plan B with a heavily contrasted sound to his pre-debut album which initially seemed struck me as an acoustic Hackney fusion of Eminem and NYC horror core legend Necro. It seems the tables have now turned as (I suspect under major label influence, and as a result of major UK movie appearences ) he's hit the top spot with a sound more akin to Amy Winehouse, as part of a concept album about his fictional character 'Stickland Banks' being sent to prison for a crime he didn't commit. To be fair, singing isn't new to Plan B but I do have reservations with the BBC labelling him a rapper when on the whole he doesn't rap.
From an objective point of view however, even if Prof Green needs to rap over a 1987 sample of INXS, and singing is in fact the plan b for Plan B, it does shed some more light to the platform that is our underground. Especially when a genuine London hip hop act it rises from the obscurity and exceeds 1st week sales of Kelis, who with David Guetta came in at #5 with the smash Acapella, which I reckon will become one of the biggest R&B tracks of 2010.
19 April 2010
Three days ago P Diddy took to his twitter to announce he’s about to sign his first London-based rapper. On the 16th April he tweeted, “About 2 sign my 1st rapper from London. I can't tell u who it is, but I’ve wanted to sign an artist from the UK my whole life-LONDON STANDUP!!”
Since then my twitter feed has been going crazy with ‘everyone’ trying to guess which local MC is about to join Bad Boy Records. I think I’ve heard nearly every UK rapper’s name mentioned, but it’s fair to say teen rapper Fugative and South London’s Tinie Tempah are the most speculated out the bunch. I personally think he’ll sign Jedward. You never know. Oh actually they’re not from London are they?!
OK all jokes aside, whoever he signs, this can only be a good thing for UK urban music in general. “Team UK” is going global. It’s not just the MCs that should be excited though; Mr Combs is now on the hunt for a grime producer.
@iamdiddy: “Hey london I want to do a grime re mix of hello goonmornin! Who should do it?”
Many people tweeted him back saying that Boy Better Know member Skepta should be chosen for this project.
@iamdiddy: @Skepta ''the people said we should talk. Dm me a contact! Let’s gooooooo!!!”
Diddy then went on to say how much he liked grime.
@iamdiddy: “4 the record I’ve always been a fan of grime I remember the 1st time I heard it! Blew my mind. This is the 1st song I had that it could work.”
I think Diddy and Skepta spoke on the phone or something.
@iamdiddy: @Skepta ''good talkin to you. Let’s see if we can catch a vibe. And if its meant to be then we let the people hear it. Thank u 4 hittin back.”
@Skepta: @iamdiddy ''100% G. Love”
Diddy even retweeted @MTVUK in the conversation, as you know; us lot at MTV love to support UK music where and when we can!
Could this be the time for grime to blow stateside? We do hope so..
Scott Storch is quickly getting back into swing of the music game by lending his hit-making skills to the highly anticipated Dr. Dre single “Under Pressure,” a song that features Jay-Z.
The song, which has yet to leak, is a huge move for the Philadelphia-bred musician, according to a company working closely with Storch.
"To see Scott Storch and Dr. Dre back together, signifies the change in the music industry climate as we know it. This will definitely get the industry back in step with the world,” said Derek Jackson of the Bluewave Group, Inc.
Storch and Dr. Dre have worked together at great lengths in the past, including "Still D.R.E," (which was written by Jay-Z), The Chronic 2000 and a plethora of other works.
One of hip hop's REALEST dudes chats to Fader magazine about what's causing the game to collapse, working with Fred Durst, the importance of independent labels and future releases...
18 April 2010
Download this new free release from Big Cakes, a strong lyrical UK artist who's been putting in work for a good few years now, make sure you give this a listen.
P-MONEY - EXCLUSIVE MADNESS
DOCTOR P - GARGOYLE
DOK&SPYRO - I MISS YOU RMX
SKEPTA - UFO
TRILLA - WOOO
FOOTS - WOOO
DJ Q - OH
NOCTURNAL - INA CORNER REMIX
LIL NASTY&YUNGA - BADA DEN DEM
FLAVA D - PROPER
RUDEKID - ELECTRIC
NEWHAM GENS FT ESCO- IAMA GENERAL
BEARS - RUNAWAY
P MONEY - SLANG
S-X - 0121
WILEY - MC PON 141
TEDDY - LAST PHONE CALL
O.Gz - WAH DA RASS
WILEY - BRAINIAC 5
SUKH KNIGHT - BORN INVINCIBLE VIP
J2K - 2010
JOY ORBISON - HYPO MGNO
DONEO - SPEECHLESS
FRISCO - OVER
SPOOKY - IRON GATES REMIX
NERO - THIS WAY
TEMPZ - NEXT HYPE ACAPELLA
SKEPTA - RED BULL ACADEMY
DIZZEE RASCAL - STAND UP TALL ACAPELLA
R1 RYDERS - HYDRULIC
17 April 2010
South London Grime star M.I.K drops his sophomore release, Grime to Five which follows Workaholic, one of the stand out grime releases of 2009. M.I.K's a well known name in the underground grime scene, putting in work on pirate/online radio sets, as well as providing the scene with free releases and videos...
Grime to Five will be available on CD + Digital download, featuring MCs such as Wolf, Untitled & Kwam, as well as Family Tree members Merky Ace and Ego, with production provided by the likes of Spooky DJ, Royal T (who produced P Money's banger 'one up') and more. Make sure you cop this!!
16 April 2010
15 April 2010
This one from an artist I wasn't previously aware of, could be due to his age which I reckon is easily below 15 (partly due to the braces in his mouth). But like Alliyah (+ Pretty Ricky) said, 'age is nuthin but a number'. Dot Rotten provides trademark melancholic production and partnered with the gritty Ice Kid-esque street tales, Lewisham's Young Adz makes for a promising hope for the grime scene. Looking forward to hearing more from this guy.
14 April 2010
"Just cos i sing on a next ting like La Rue don't think I aint come in to kill"
Jammer, C Gritz and Diesel go in on a glitchy grime track!
Check my exclusive interview and freestyle with C Gritz
13 April 2010
Sway kicks off series 2 of SBTV's now infamous F64s with a mind blowing performance that's written like it took a year to write and performed like it's freestyled (a freestyle in hiphop is different to a freestyle in grime!).
12 April 2010
Smiler, one of the scene's most talented lyricists teams up with producer Nutty P to create his new release 'Enza', predicted as the UK's next Hip Hop smash hit.
Taken from Smiler's hugely popular EP 'Clarity', 'Enza' has been repeatedly tipped to be one of the biggest UK Hip Hop songs of the year, with approval from many including Mistajam (Radio 1), DJ Semtex (1Xtra), DJ 279 (Choice FM) and Chantelle Fiddy (RWD/Guardian/Ctrl.Alt.Shift). Smiler has collaborated with Nate James, Roll Deep and Ghetts, and has also supported the likes of Royce da 5"9, and Wu-Tang's GZA..
Download: Smiler - Enza
According to MTV News, Lloyd Banks and Tony Yayo will not be joining him on tour this summer. Instead, the G-Unit general is leaving them at home to work on their individual projects while he hits the road, works on his upcoming Black Magic LP, and recruits new members for the G-Unit camp.
“You’ll see new faces, because I’m looking for new artists now,” said the Queens MC. “I’ll sign new artists and take them with me and kinda groom them. I don’t specifically say, ‘I want this kind of artists’ – I look for talent that inspires me, that complements what I do with their own thing. Some of the stuff you can’t teach a person; they gotta have it.”
When asked if he had any particular people in mind, 50 brought up Robert Pattinson, the star of Twilight. “He has a big enough following to be the front line. Twilight ain’t no joke.”
Fif plans to drop Black Magic before the end of summer
Source: XXL Mag
Don't get it twisted, im a big fan of 50 and his music/hustle but name dropping R-Pat as a new G-Unit soldier has baffled me, I was expecting to see him recruit some thoroughbred OGs like Justin Bieber or Taylor Swift...
8 April 2010
One of the few grime instumental videos here, and reminds me of the movie 'Being John Malkovich'. Released thru one of the best independent grime labels 'No Hats Hoods'; run by DJ Magic who's behind the club night 'Dirty Canvas'. Look out for the Rude Kid - Are You Ready album out 10th May.
Backseat business here as Jammer is the latest to drop an F64. Look out for the album 'Jumanji' dropping soon, from one of grime's VIPs!
6 April 2010
2 April 2010
Check this mash up mix from Reading's own Thunderclaps who were behind the ridiculously expolosive track Judgement day feat Orifice Vulgatron and Ghetts! This mash up mix combines their remixes of popular tracks and vocals from the likes of Dr Dre, Mobb Deep, Fat Joe and Busta Rhymes.
Here's the video for Judgement Day! One of the 'watch before you die' type tunes!
You can also pick up the limited edition white coloured vinyl, which includes all the instrumentals here:
Or download them here:
URBANWORLD PODCAST FEATURING TY
UK Rap veteran TY sat down with SK Vibemaker on the eve of the release of his 4th studio solo album to discuss everything from ‘Changes in the UK scene from the 80s till now’, ‘the state of conventional rap, ‘his luck with online dating’ & more…
The single ‘Emotions’ is out now & the album ‘Special kind of fool’ is out April 19th
Here's the tracklist:
01 Intro (Something New) (prod. Damian Marley)
02 As We Enter (prod. Damian Marley)
03 Revolutionary (prod. Damian Marley)
04 Count Your Blessings (prod. Damian & Stephen Marley)
05 Belief is Key (prod. Damian Marley)
06 Africa Must Wake Up f. K’naan (prod. Nas, Damian & Stephen Marley)
07 Black Horizon f. K’naan (prod. Damian Marley)
08 Only the Strong (prod. Damian & Stephen Marley)
09 Our Generation f. Joss Stone & Stevie Wonder (prod. Damian Marley)
10 Empowerment (prod. Stephen Marley)
11 AID (prod. K’naan & Nas)
12 Let’s End It (Poverty) f. K’naan (prod. 9th Wonder & Damian Marley)
13 The Earth f. Bob Marley (prod. Salaam Remix, Damian & Stephen Marley)
14 Black Man’s Paper f. Erykah Badu (prod. Afry) [UK Bonus]
15 Weed On f. Snoop Dogg (prod. Damian Marley) [iTunes Bonus]
01. DJ Cable - Podcast Intro...
02. Rick Ross - Fontainebleau
03. Fused Forces - Crossed Lines
04. Skitz Feat. Rodney P, Kardinal Offishall & Skibadee - Struggla
05. Giggs - Look What The Cat Dragged In
06. Take - Neon Beams
07. Yung Joc Feat. Lil Wayne - Drip
08. Young Money - Roger That
09. Fabolous - Roger That Freestyle
10. Shawty Lo Feat. Lil Wayne - WTF
11. Ludacris Feat. Gucci Mane - Party No Mo
12. Lil Scrappy - Swoop Swoop
13. Marcus Visionary - Crackhead
14. Flux Pavilion - Normalize
15. Addison Groove - Footcrab
16. S-X - Wooooooo Riddim
17. P Money - Wooooooo Freestyle
18. Footsie - Wooooooo Freestyle
19. Dream McLean - Wooooooo Freestyle
20. The Thunderclaps - Grindin'
21. Rude Kid - Electric
22. Rob Sparx - Arcade
23. MRK1 - It's Goin' Down
24. MRK1 - It's Goin' Down (Instrumental)
25. Doctor P - Badman Sound
26. Jakes - Warface (2010 VIP)
27. Joker - Tron
28. Terror Danjah - Air Bubble
29. 12th Planet & Juakali - Reasons (Doctor P Remix)
30. Jakes - Rhythm
31. The Boogaloo Crew - Days Go By
32. Breakage Feat. Donae'o - Speechless
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