Britishhiphop.co.uk / Straight Out Leodis Podcast 2 - March 2007This show features 4 times Jump Off Champion INC on the mic, representing Leeds, London and the Vagabondz crew. You want sick flows? We got 'em. The next Vagabondz night is at The Faversham, Leeds on Tuesday 18th September and features a headline set by Gentleman's Dub Club.

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