Big Dada are proud and pleased to announce that they will release the album "Jungle Revolution" by Congo Natty on June 17th 2013. Congo Natty aka Rebel MC has a career dating back to his early hit with Double Trouble, "Street Tuff", but is probably most respected as one of the pioneers of Jungle - perhaps the first uniquely UK-born bass music.
Following on from the show at the beginning of February this year, Holdin' Court are pleased to announce their next event. On Saturday 6th April 2013 at The Rising Sun Arts Centre performing for you will be Mystro aka MysDiggi accompanied by DJ LoK and in support Adam And Cuth.
Werd (SOS) is an award winning, Edinburgh based hip-hop artist well known throughout the Scottish scene. He has worked with, and continues to work with new and old artists in Scotland and abroad, creating music with some of Scotland's top producers and artists in the genre. Further to performing gigs at venues in the major cities, and hosting rap battles with Scotland Stand Up and UK's Don't Flop, Werd has excelled in this field, supporting the likes of Dr Syntax, Stig of The Dump, S.A.S. and Devlin in recent times.
Producers, rappers, recording artists and song-writers Mar2s and Ripz are two talented brothers hailing from Bedford, UK who are set to blow up the Hip-Hop scene with their brand new track 'Champion'. The meaning of Ill Defined is 'not clearly or sharply defined', it's used to describe something that is not understood and something you do not quite know what to do with; it is like a problem. There name separates them from others in the industry as they bring their unique and universal concept of music to many listeners.
Hundreds of Professor Green fans flocked last night to see the London-born rapper make his 2013 live debut with a storming set list which included favourites such as Remedy and Read All About It. The exclusive gig was the culmination of Barclaycard's celebrations to mark London life being made easier now contactless payment technology is available on Transport for London (TFL) buses across the Capital.
The Doctor's Orders have always done their part for the home team and tonight they go all out with an incredible line up of UK talent performing both live and DJ sets. From the high plains drifter himself Jehst to bonafied legend Rodney P and Skitz through seasoned performers Stig of The Dump, Micall Parknsun and Cappo to the new school of hungry acts like Iron Braydz, Skillit and Rewd Adams this line up will have all fans of the UK's burgeoning talent excited like a kid on Christmas Eve.
Jurassic 5 have announced three exclusive headline UK dates with the full original line up this June including a show at London's O2 Academy Brixton. The American alternative hip hop group featuring by rappers Chali 2na, Akil, Zaakir, Mark 7even and disc jockeys DJ Nu-Mark and Cut Chemist first formed in 1993 and debuted nationally in 1995 with their first single, "Unified Rebelution".
Syndicate Promotions and Park Street PR present Rap In Da Box #5. Its going to be a heavy night with a plethora of stellar artists on the bill. With the likes of English Frank, Kyza, B-iLLA, Big Dutty Deeze, Emerge MC and more live on the night you can't go wrong. As well as more live acts than can be mentioned there will also be DJ support from Tricksta, Ricksta, Systematik and Sgt.Dubz. The event will be filmed and photographed on the night by B-iLLA TV.
Two years on from the release of his Mercury nominated debut, 'Peanut Butter Blues and Melancholy Jam', Ghostpoet announces his sophomore album 'Some Say I So I Say Light' which will be released on the 6th May 2013 through Play It Again Sam.
Obaro Ejimiwe, aka Ghostpoet, laughs when he remembers how Gilles Peterson "took a risk on a random maverick" back in 2010 by signing him to the Radio 1 DJ's Brownswood imprint. Within a year, that risk paid off: Ghostpoet's debut album, Peanut Butter Blues & Melancholy Jam, marked him out as one of the most distinct, uncategorisable and forward-thinking voices to emerge in British music this decade, and it was rewarded with a surprise Mercury Prize nomination in 2011.