The final solo album from the UK veteran is a fitting sign-off to a career spanning decades. Originally from Essex and now residing in Thailand, Verbs initially gained a cult following in the early 2000's alongside fellow emcee Jibbarish as part of the iconic underground group 'Iron Bridge'.
If you have ever delved into the history of Cardiff Hip-hop, you will be fully aware of master-multi-manipulator 'Rollo'. Born in Manchester but Cardiff through and through, Rollo is a beast on the microphone and a gentleman in conversation.
In 1938, Orson Welles' hoax petrified the nation when it went live on The Colombia Broadcasting System announcing that Earth was under a Martian invasion. 84 years later, we have a Record label based in Cardiff, splattering Welles-esque broadcasts about an invasion of rapping geese!
What do you get when you cross a UK Hip Hop producer with a Philadelphia resident? Well, in this case, you get a seven track EP birthed through similar interests and the pure love of Hip Hop.
Following on from the 2020 release of their Train of Thought EP Vol 1 which dropped on Bard Picasso Records, K-Saulz and Mr Substance return with the follow up, Train Of Thought EP Vol 2.
Urgent, dynamic and incisive, Steg G's new album 'Surface Pressure' tackles the realities of climate change via collaborations with some of Scotland's most exciting hip-hop talents.
In his latest video Ultra_eko delivers an interesting blend and emotional cadence to the way that the song swings back and forth. The Croydon artist delivers a mix of optimism and defiance within the lyricism and his also delivery shares this ability to find a balance between the two competing feelings.
On Friday March 25th, Black Country emcee Robert released Orange is the New Black, a poignant alt-rap debut which began life behind bars. With features including Jason Williamson (Sleaford Mods), Slug (Atmosphere) and Rag N Bone Man, the nine-track LP spans low-slung hip hop to simmering acoustics.