Jehst 'The Dragon Of An Ordinary Family' Album Launch At Fabric

Here's one you've all been waiting for!! One of the best UK artists around is about to release a shiny new album and there's party to celebrate its release. A party that all UK hip hop fans should be attending.
Jehst 'The Dragon Of An Ordinary Family' Album Launch

Friday 17th June 2011
Fabric, 77 Charterhouse Street, London EC1

£15 Advance tickets –
£10 Students / Fabric First or £7 after 3am

Jehst (live) featuring Micall Parknsun and Jazz T
Rob Swift (X-Ecutioners)
Stretch Armstrong
Mr Thing vs Harry Love (4 deck set)
Spin Doctor
Alexander Nut
Chris P Cuts
Hosted by MC Prankster

Billy Brimstone is back. Yes, Jehst, certainly the finest emcee to ever blossom out of the Huddersfield, if not the UK, is releasing his new album ‘The Dragon Of An Ordinary Family' in June and to launch the LP, The Doctor's Orders are throwing a very special party in Room One at FABRICLIVE featuring an incredible line up of some of the world's finest DJs. For any of you out there that know your UK hip Hop, you will know that this night is not one to be missed.

Hailing from Queens, New York Rob Swift is one of the most creative DJs ever to grace a pair of turntables. He started DJing at 12, as is probably best known for his part in the turntablist crew X-Men (aka X-Ecutioners). Also, from the big apple is legendary radio jock Stretch Armstrong who alongside Bobbito premiered legendary Hip-Hop heavyweights like Jay-Z, Biggie, Nas, Wu Tang Clan and Mobb Deep on their radio show while they were all still unsigned.

Representing the best in UK talent there will be two of the Extended Players in the shape of Mr Thing and Harry Love who will be going head to head in a 4 deck set.

So as you can see from the line up, there are some of the best artists on the scene performing at this event. Well worth the £15 price tag on the advance tickets. Enjoy and I'll see you there in the thick of it!

By: Kris Drew

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