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Sterling Official - Biography
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Written by Danielle Fear   
Monday, 25 January 2010
Sterling Official - BiographyAs we know it, the UK Music Industry is going through the greatest transition we have ever witnessed. Success finally surrounds a wide scale of UK Artists, from Grime acts to experimental Pop acts and from those just reaching a hand out into the music world. It is therefore no wonder that the likes of Sterling “Simeon” swagga are “delivering a sound which is the currency of music”.

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Muneshine
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Written by Esh   
Wednesday, 13 January 2010
MuneshineToronto has been a significant source of quality hip-hop artists for a long time, with artists like Sir Scratch and K-Cut from Main Source solidifying its place in history, a legacy continued by the likes of Saukrates, Kardinal Offishall and Choclair. and of course more recently, by Drake.

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KAOS - Spanish Hip Hop Part 1
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Written by Esh   
Wednesday, 06 January 2010
KAOS - Spanish Hip Hop Part 1The story of Spanish hip-hop begins with Maestro Fresh Wes, a Canadian artist who apparently released the first bilingual hip-hop record (I have lost the reference for this). Spanish has always been hip-hopís second language starting with US artists like Kid Frost (Latin Alliance) and Mellow Man Ace, and the legacy was continued by groups like Cypress Hill, the Beatnuts, Delinquent Habits and Tha Mexakinz.

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Souls Of Mischief
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Written by Nikhil Sharma   
Thursday, 31 December 2009
Souls Of MischiefSouls of Mischief is an alternative hip hop group from Oakland, California, that is also part of the hip hop collective, Hieroglyphics. The Souls of Mischief formed in 1991 and is composed of emcees A-Plus, Opio, Phesto, and Tajai. With the release of their new Montezuma's Revenge LP Nikhil Sharma caught up with them to find out more.

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Hilltop Hoods
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Written by Esh   
Wednesday, 02 December 2009
Hilltop HoodsI was the first person to interview Hilltop Hoods when they arrived in the UK for the first stop of their world tour, a sold out show at Cargo. Although knackered from a long flight they were very friendly and informative, and gave a good insight into the Aussie scene, their position in the game and life down under. After the interview they absolutely tore down the live show, with me and the Bej the only non-Aussies in the venue.

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Dres - Biography
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Written by Administrator   
Tuesday, 01 December 2009
Dres - BiographyIt all began with a thundering baseline and an unmistakably classic phrase - "this or that". One of the most widely recognized songs in rap music history, the 1991 classic "The Choice is Yours" was hailed by VH1 in 2008 as one of the best rap songs of all time.

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DJ Mehdi
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Written by The Bej   
Tuesday, 01 December 2009
DJ MehdiWhen we talk about ground breaking DJs / producers, DJ Mehdi is right up there with the likes of DJ Krush and Shadow for pushing the boundaries of hip-hop from early on. A Parisian of Tunisian descent you only have to look at his production and remix credits to see the impact he has had on the French and international music scene.

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Verbal Contact - Literary Vices
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Written by Phil Clark   
Saturday, 28 November 2009
Verbal Contact - Literary VicesIn hip-hop terms, Leeds-based record label 30-Tonne Slug can be likened to waiting for a bus. The Northern scene has been waiting for years for a debut release from these guys and now, following the release of “Alphabetix Anonymous” by their label mates, the Alphabetix, Verbal Contact are hot on their heels with their own EP; “Literary Vices”.
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Cappo
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Written by Max Weldon   
Tuesday, 24 November 2009
CappoOne of the shining lyrical lights of the UK scene, Cappo’s discography is an advanced lesson in uncompromisingly dense and artful Hip Hop. With a brand new EP on the horizon it was only right we interrogated the Nottingham heavyweight.

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The Defenders Of Style
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Written by Phil Clark   
Sunday, 15 November 2009
The Defenders Of StyleThe Defenders Of Style is a six man crew from Leeds who have their The Thoughts of the Nameless mixtape out right now. Despite a whole heap of setbacks the crew have formed a stronger bond and persevered. The crew’s house was robbed last year and they lost their equipment and beats. I met up with the guys to find out how they dealt with that, amongst other things…

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