Ohmega Men are a collective of independent hip-hop musicians from Richmond VA that bring a fresh, raw, and riveting sound. In 2004, Ohmega Men released the album entitled “Mic Fight” under the moniker “Bomb Skwad” that included members BliSs, Ceaz and Ill Flow. Since, their presence has grown leading to headlining UK Tour for autumn 2006.
Straight out of London, DOM-G aka Dominant G is not a new name in the hip hop world. His lyrical skills have been applauded by some of the biggest names in the industry including Choice FM DJ 279, DJ Excalibur, Radio One DJ Tim Westwood and publications including Touch, Trace and DJ Magazine.
Originally coming out last year on DJ Lopez's Sit Tight records label Micall Parknsun was a bit overlooked, but this half of the Ddubble Edge crew is one who you need to pay attention to. Distributed by Low Life Records, who know a good thing when they hear it, the whole Working Class Dad LP was tremendous and this track So What was one of the standouts. The well crafted video is aged and is largely monochrome and shot at night for a very atmospheric effect.
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Narcissus was born in '87, was raised in Reading, and as he puts it, 'shit happens, dropped out of school at 15 years old, started writin rhymes'. When we asked him he continued that he, 'left college under unfortunate circumstances, was a bum, worked on music' and so on.
Hiero Imperium Records shows no sign of slowing down as it begins its 9th year of existence. The next few months will see releases from Hiero veterans Del Tha Funkee Homosapien, Pep Love, and A Plus as well as newcomers Shake Da Mayor and Beeda Weeda.
Mally Malcz has been an MC in the underground scene for years and has finally decided to unleash his own material on the masses. He has been frustrated at being surrounded by artists that are ‘imitating’ the US rather than ‘innovating’, and refreshingly he feels it’s important that his lyrics and backing beats have something new to offer.
Heads have been waiting for this tomb to drop for a hot minute and finally here it is. Asaviour's debut LP, The Borrowed Ladder which is set to destroy sets across the globe. The intro for the LP gets things off to a speedy start with a fantastically funky loop and Asaviour shouting out his cohorts who have helped him get to this stage. Certainly an upbeat and interesting way to start.