OK people, we have to let you know about the new UK based Baggy Flag Records who are about set to drop their tremendous and highly anticipated mixtape Hip-Hoperations. They have a page up on myspace where you can check out four def tracks which just show the quality and diversity of the music available.
This is a DJ whose name I have not come across before, but apparently this is not his first mix CD as he previously had A Progression In Lazeology out. As with this CD, that one apparently has plenty of UK stuff on it, although I am led to beleive that this one is a big step up on the last.
Carpetface, (real name A J Russell), so named for his prodigious beard, burst onto the scene around 2002-3 with a series of live showcases to get his name out there. He is now 300+ shows down the line having performed across the world and so, on the back of three previous shorter releases the time has now come for this London native to drop his debut LP and this he does indeed do in a big way.
Domino sheds new light on Hiero's slept-on and underrated tracks. Hiero Imperium CEO and producer extraordinaire Domino hosts the latest edition of the Hieroglyphics' Podcast. Domino takes listeners on a tour of tracks that he feels have been overlooked and merit another listen.
From the bowels of the bustling metropolis of Oakland, California, four artists emerge with the determination, skill and pure talent to change the face of Hip Hop. The four combine to form Souls of Mischief; a feisty band of microphone marauders and beat plunderers.
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Gomusicstore is delighted to have 2ban's latest albums Dangerous Times and Mark Of The Beast available for paid download. This Ugandan-born UK-based refugee is many Albums deep into a career that is very underground, although it deserves a wider appreciation.
Tha Young Money Boy is the mastermind behind this Black Soprano UK movement and the leader of the Bout Dat Warriorz. He started rapping from the age of 8 after being taught by his big homie who was well known and respected locally and appeared on many features with Pato Banton as well as other Birmingham based artists.