Bassline Circus is London's touring tented New Skool circus. They are a not-for-profit, new-skool British hip hop circus building their second summer tour. Despite the fact that new licensing laws are introducing massive new costs for small circus' the Bassline Circus is still going strong.
This is apparently a download only CD which is available from www.shortyonline.co.uk for the month of April and available for purchase thereafter. Shorty are also known as the Seven Head Army and are a seven piece Hip Hop band. They are able to mix styles from Funk to Rock and have a bit of a following as a live phenomenon.
Killa Kela's attack on mainstream society begins on April 24th with the release of the multivocalistic Secrets, the first major single from his current album, Elocution. As it's being released as an ECD, 12", Limited Edition 7" and digital download, you've got no excuse why not to rush out and buy at least one copy of Secrets.
The year is 1982 - a heavily pregnant young woman arrives at London, Heathrow from Amsterdam. Her ultimate destination is her place of origin; Ghana. She’s to rest in London for a few days before proceeding with her journey, taking a cab to North London to visit an old friend.
The Hip-hop film, Guilty Or Innocent Of Using The N Word, directed by B. Malkani is premiering in London next month. The controversial documentary, which was recently sponsored by the city of Wilmington, (Delaware, USA) investigates questions around the N word that we often discuss among ourselves.
This is apparently Leeds’ first Hip Hop compilation. Coming from Leeds originally, this is something which interests me. Leeds has always had a vibrant Hip Hop scene and this CD brings together some of the current talent. The CD features already established artists like Breaking The Illusion and Junkyard Tactics.
The H.Q. collectively comprises long time UK Hip Hop MC legends the Ice Pick, Shaka Shazzam and Grizzly as well as DJ Supreme, J. One and Brix Brown handling things on the production side. The Dutty South are Matt Chrome, Ranks, Bully Cat and Duffcott.
Elijah aka J Soze is a profound rapper with a distinctive unique flow. His rhymes demonstrate the trails and tribulations of his life and the reality of youth poverty and street crime. His passion to voice his opinion is significant as it gives his fans a true insight to who he is and what he is about.