Anybody who managed to cop Vol.1 & 2 of ‘The Way He Wanted It’ will know how good this series is. Put together by Assassin this has to be the best volume so far, with awesome collaborations. Outstanding production and above all a CD that if Tupac was alive he would be proud of. Real ‘2Pac’ fans should really get up on this album if they haven’t already.
Another banging Game mixtape this time from US DJ Korgee. You may know of Korgee from his excellent T.I mix entitled ‘Live From The Trap’, if not then maybe this is a good place to start. ‘Code Of the Streets’ is a new Game mixtape full of unheard tracks and spits, and really shows where The Game is right about now.
West Coast and Tupac Shakur fans should take note of this new label compilation by The Bay’s Assassin and 2Pac’s brother Mopreme Shakur. Featuring a string of legendary emcees from the West such as Rappin 4Tay, Thuglife, Gonzoe, South Central Cartel, Snoop, Bizzy Bone and Assassin himself, ‘Black & Brown’ really impresses.
Wolftown really are the leading force in the UK for Hip-hop music. Without a doubt they do more work in one month than most UK labels do in a year! Now head-honcho’s Late & Tricksta are back with a mix hosted by non-other than Brooklyn ’s number one rhymer Papoose.
On the verge of dropping his long awaited long player, I was able to catch up with the former planetary Nomadic P. Aside form discussing his new album he talked about life and his passion for the game in this cohesive interview. So pull up a chair grab a bag of your favourite eats as one of London’s finest drops jewels for the heads.
Last night Cung Le knocked out Tony Fryklund in a masterful display of Martial skill. The HP Pavillion blazed with excitement as Cung Le who entered the cage to Boom Di Boom Di by South Korean Reggae artist Skull, systematically dismantled his opponent with a dazzling exhibition of picture perfect spin kicks, boxing acumen and defensive skill many have likened to watching Enter The Dragon.
The UK’s first ever film festival dedicated to Hip Hop Culture. Scouring this Hip Hop planet for the most surprising, interesting and hard-hitting manifestations, the festival showcases distinctive and groundbreaking mix of documentaries, features, music videos and experimental shorts.
Entering its second year, the Ealing Global Festival is a vibrant celebration of music and dance from around the world. Following rave reviews for its debut, the festival returns bigger and better with mutliple award winning hip hop sensation K’Naan headlining the bill.
O Contemporary – one of the UK’s leading contemporary art spaces is excited to announce the first ever UK showing of Sao Paulo’s most celebrated Urban Artists, Tinho, Pato and Flip. The exhibition which is the first of its kind to be held in the Europe will showcase a wide range of innovative techniques and styles not usually associated with more familiar forms of urban art.