Omar is most likely best remembered amongst the general populous for his timeless and still superb 1991 soulful hit, There's Nothing Like This. Astonishingly he has endured a five-year recording break during which time he has constructed his own studio and established his own imprint. He as ever has constantly been touring and for some, the master musician has never really been away. Now Omar is back with Sing (If You Want It) which is the British soul supremo's sixth and perhaps most smoothly produced album so far.
Da Brakes is coming up strong his own way. Having won at various talent competitions he is now releasing his own LP. He remains unsigned and yet is determined to make things happen for himself. He is a suave individual and his work sides on the more commercial aspects of Hip Hop and entertains elements of R’n’B and more soulful productions as well.
Dom G is a long time head who has been blessing mics for years. He has a distinctive easy on your ears flow and sound which will captivate you. Finally Dom G is set to release his debut LP. This work has been a very long time in gestation and I am sure there are times when Dom G thought this album would never materialise.
Former music video and commercials director, Menhaj Huda directed and co-produced KiDULTHOOD. Menhaj Huda was involved in all aspects of the production and filmmaking. He had a clear idea of how he wanted Noel’s script to be portrayed, so that it was true to real life experiences and characters that Noel used to write the film – using specific artists and music within the film was a very important and integral part of this directing process.
Noel Clarke won the Laurence Olivier Award in 2003. He currently stars in Doctor Who as Mickey [Billie Piper’s boyfriend.] KiDULTHOOD is a very personal project for him, a lot of the characters are taken from real life people in his life and many of the scenes were created out of real life situations.
West London Rapper, lyricist, singer/songwriter LyricL is well renown for lighting up stages with her eclectic live performances, as she has a diverse catalogue of tracks and features. Her live performances range from Hip-Hop, Spoken Word, Jazz through to Afro & Broken Beat all with a very soulful edge.
Lianhart - one of the most promising up and coming creative forces in the U.K. The 6'5 producer, songwriter, vocalist and human beatbox extraordinaire’s career has been going from strength to strength. At the age of 18, along with another 3 champs, he beat off fierce competition from beatboxers around the world and represented England and providing the sound for a Motorola advert.