Kwaku Pen had been wanting to catch up with LyricL a pioneer of Spoken word, BEFFTA award winner and progressive performance poet with a multitude of talents that has been on his radar for a while. Now with her sophomore album just released now on Tokyo Dawn it was the right time to get to it. Read on to find out what LyricL had to say to Kwaku Pen...
The elusive Tokyo Dawn Records brings us yet another fuse of atoms and elements with their latest instalment entitled The Move Volume 2. On this 15 track compilation which marinade influences of Hip Hop, Soul and House music, It's nothing that you wouldn't expect from TDR. But there are some very nice touches on this full length player.
How does one transcribe the eloquent arts fruitfully confined within the inner chambers of Hip Hop culture? First uncover what it is that you love about Hip Hop, and then envisage those elements that made it possible for you to enjoy this embodiment of wisdom strength and beauty. Along your journey you will undoubtedly embark upon a Roller Coaster of emotions from individuals that touched you and left an impression on your subconscious.
When we speak about female MC's, depending on what era you’re from or what you have been exposed to, you may get different images in your mind as to what one should do or look like. I think we are now embarking on a scene where artists are really showing that at the end of the day its about being good at your craft as opposed to how little you have on. The artists have finally made a pact to themselves to deliver quality music.
On the verge of dropping his long awaited long player, I was able to catch up with the former planetary Nomadic P. Aside form discussing his new album he talked about life and his passion for the game in this cohesive interview. So pull up a chair grab a bag of your favourite eats as one of London’s finest drops jewels for the heads.