After releasing his debut album 'K In Da Flesh' back in 2006 K*Ners has gone on to share stages with the likes of Sugar Hill Gang, Mos Def, GZA/Genius (Wu-Tang), Tinchy Stryder and Mark Ronson, as well as homegrown legends such as Rodney P, Blak Twang, Ty and more. K*Ners long awaited album V.O.T.C. (Voice Of The City) signed to Bristol's urban heavyweight label Reel Me Records is now ready to go for the end of the summer 2014.
Sony Music have announced the release of the legendary "lost" debut Blak Twang album 'Dettwork SouthEast' on Monday 22nd September. An un-released British masterpiece that has reached almost mythical status, and undoubtedly the holy grail of UK hip-hop, the album has been re-mastered and includes a brand new 2014 bonus track, 'Dettwork London Revisited (Dettwork SouthEast Remix)'.
'Stutter Jack' is the rejected alter-ego of rapper, Conscious Route. This stuttering, straight-talking rhymer brings a mix of cheek and fluid flows over reggae influenced Hip Hop, Dubstep, and alternative live production. Stutter Jack, aka Conscious Route, aka Mosman, aka Mossman Skank, has been in and around UK hip hop for over a decade, starting out based near London as an original member of the outfit Fugazirum.
Fusing live instruments with samples, breaks and Secondson's extensive synth collection, this project was created for a film soundtrack, and has only seen the light of day thanks to the kind folks at the production house (Peace Attack Records) that commissioned the work. You know Secondson has been doing this for years and so has the skills to put together a quality soundscape.
Hot on the heels of N2P's well respected release 'The Mission', Dirtz drops this brand new album which once again concretes N2P's place in the UK urban music market. Hailing from the country's second city, Birmingham, Nothink 2 Prove is an independent label that is about releasing quality, uplifting and positive music. After a string of solid live shows and appearances on leading UK urban channels such as P110, Word On Road and UK Overstood, the future is set.