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Main Flow
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Written by Esh   
Sunday, 02 May 2010
Main FlowMain Flow is an underground legend. I was able to converse with him through the magical porthole future technology called Skype. He proved to be a chilled man, who handled my eclectic interview technique well, providing a too-rare glimpse into the life of one of the illest emcees out there. Main Flow has worked with artists from all over the world and represents international hip-hop to the fullest.

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Written by Danielle Fear   
Wednesday, 28 April 2010
StappzStappz is an MC coming out of Newcastle who is 24, but has been rapping for some time now. He’s been establishing himself locally but now he has his Good Writtens CD out and Danielle thought it was about time to find out more. Read on to find out more.

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Written by Esh   
Monday, 19 April 2010
ConceptI came across Concept's beats randomly skimming YouTube and was immediately struck by his sound. He's got the kind of soulful jazzy production we've come to expect from golden age beatmakers like Da Beatminerz or Large Pro which work as the perfect backdrop for Mirage, his emcee. Download his first projects for free, you won't be disappointed.

Chima Anya
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Written by Max Weldon   
Tuesday, 13 April 2010
Chima AnyaBursting onto the scene with the sort of natural presence, soul and charisma sadly lacking in your run of the mill UK rapper type, Chima Anya has recently unleashed his debut album ‘New Day’. It’s about time we found out where he’s been hiding all these years!

Mad Stalley
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Written by Esh   
Monday, 29 March 2010
Mad StalleyThere is a new breed of emcee coming out of America. For those of us who came up listening to Black Moon, Black Sheep and Black Star, Mad Stalley represents the return of dope lyricism with a fresh twist. Not instantly comparable to other artists, he has the intelligence and flow of a Jay Electronica or a J-Live and a Freeway style beard.

Olly Hill
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Written by Administrator   
Sunday, 21 March 2010
Olly HillOlly Hill is an upcoming video producer who has just made the video for Micall Parknsun’s Everyday track. It looks very professional, with great animation, and it looks like it was well complicated to produce and have all that stuff going on. We managed to catch up with Olly and got him to break down his thoughts and experiences with video production. Read on to find out more.

Redressing The Balance: Statik Selektah
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Written by Thuto Mali   
Wednesday, 17 March 2010
Redressing The Balance: Statik SelektahBoston native Statik Selektah has worked with the who’s who of hip-hop, from KRS One and Kool G Rap to Talib Kweli. How many artists can say they have received props from Hip Hop legends such as Marley Marl?

Sway Dcypha
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Written by Nikhil Sharma   
Monday, 15 March 2010
Sway DcyphaHere at we have been documenting the progress of Sway’s career and with his link up with Akon’s label and a new mixtape The Delivery and new single Everyday Valentine out now we thought it was about time we got the latest developments. Nikhil Sharma caught up with the man to get it all recorded for you.

From Music To Movies: Is Acting The Way Forward For UK Artists?
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Written by Anna Nathanson   
Tuesday, 23 February 2010
From Music To Movies: Is Acting The Way Forward For UK Artists?With Grime / hip hop artist Bashy about to star in highly anticipated new film Shank, and Plan B and Scorzayzee having recently worked on movie projects, there seems to be a growing trend for UK artists moving into the film arena.

Mohammed Yahya
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Written by Nikhil Sharma   
Thursday, 18 February 2010
Mohammed YahyaMohammed Yahya is a Mozambican born Rapper / Spoken Word Artist who was forced to flee his country of birth during the civil war. Having moved to Portugal, the young Mohammed Yahya began to show an interest in music, partly due to his father’s influence as a singer. Being surrounded by poverty, he used music and poetry to channel his thoughts, energy and emotion in a positive manner. Read on to find out what he had to say when Nikhil Sharma caught up with him.

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