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Diamond Mine Opposed Miss Dynamite Wears... Erm Diamonds
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Written by Paranoid Nommo   
Sunday, 08 December 2002
Well if they weren't real one's, they certainly looked like it. All the support the Black community give to her for her powerful defiant stance on the African Diamond trade, and the silly bint's sportin' a sparkly spangly Diamond top, and Necklace on Liquid News...

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MOBO's Are A Joke
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Written by Brit-Ish   
Saturday, 05 October 2002
In their continued lurch towards mainstream pop, and pandering to the demands of established music businesses the MOBO's have become a very poor representation of what they were originally meant to represent. There is really nothing for a serious black music fan on offer here.

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Anti Nazi Carnival in Burnley, Sept. 1st '02
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Written by Brit-Ish   
Tuesday, 27 August 2002
The election of three  Nazi councillors in  Burnley should serve as a warning to us all. British Nazis, like their counterparts in France, have exploited racial tensions and social deprivation to promote race hatred and division.

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Team Music
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Written by Crate Digger   
Sunday, 14 July 2002
Team Music Over the last couple of years, British hip hop producers like Adam F, The Creators and The Nextmen have gained recognition across the Atlantic for their work with American rappers. Considering that the US market for rap music dwarfs its UK counterpart, you might think that in future British beat-makers would be better off attempting to crack the lucrative American market rather than concentrating solely on the UK hip hop scene. Two UK headz who are attempting just that are Midas and DJ Parris who moved from London to New York a few years ago and set up a new hip hop label called Team Music.

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DJ Excalibah - UK Hip Hop On The BBC
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Written by Crate Digger   
Sunday, 03 March 2002
DJ Excalibah This summer, the BBC will launch a new national radio station dedicated to black music. Not yet named, but currently being referred to as Network X, the station aims to etch out its own identity and lead the way in youth radio by supporting new UK talent as well as showcasing the best urban music from abroad. As part of the government plan to phase out analogue radio (FM/AM/MW), Network X will be using a digital broadcasting system. This means that listeners will be able to tune into the station using digital radio receivers, digital satellite television, digital cable television, or the Internet and get near-CD-quality reception.

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Raw Spitter - Joker Starr
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Written by Crate Digger   
Thursday, 31 January 2002
Joker Starr“It’s based on a personality and a goal,” explains 21 year old Kebbie Conteh about the meaning behind his hip-hop moniker Joker Starr. “’Joker’ was given to me by my cousins when I was younger, and ‘star’ is what I want to be.” Having been rapping seriously for only three years, it is impressive what he has so far been able to achieve.

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A Wise Child - Soliheen
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Written by Crate Digger   
Thursday, 31 January 2002
SoliheenDue to the modest financial returns it offers the majority of its artists, British hip-hop has had more than its fair share of casualties over the years. One example of this is the defunct collective Lords of Rap. After releasing a string of singles in the early 1990s with limited success, the London-based quartet decided to split up. Eight years on, the group’s main producer and rapper Def G now goes by the name of Soliheen and was the man responsible for producing two of the tracks on Ty’s well-received debut LP as well as crafting beats for new rhyme-slinger Joker Starr.

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The Beat Generation - Peter Adarkwah
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Written by Crate Digger   
Monday, 14 January 2002
BBE Records Major record companies may have the financial clout to attract music’s biggest stars, however, Peter Adarkwah’s independent BBE label has been able to tap the talents of hip hop’s most influential producers for its Beat Generation album series.

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Hip Hop Survey 2001
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Written by Crate Digger   
Wednesday, 02 January 2002
I have been a fan of hip-hop for a decade now, and over the years, it has played an increasing part in my life. Consequently, I have become very passionate about hip-hop and from the conversations I have with other heads, I know that there are many others who share my enthusiasm. However, despite having millions of followers across the globe, there have been very few studies done on the impact that hip-hop has on its fans. That's why I decided to do some research of my own.
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Music For The Soul - Circumstance
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Written by Crate Digger   
Sunday, 16 December 2001
Next Circumstance“Get a simple two-bar beat going with 8's on the hat kick on 1 of the first bar and snares on 2 and 4. Build a loop with whatever you’re working with, knock out a b-line, and then knock the kicks up to the b-line. Then work on any different sections if there are any, then arrange it. After that it’s all down to what the vocalist does with it.”
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