Village Live Records are proud to present the brand new single by UK Hip Hop artist Blaktrix. With over fifteen years of releases under his belt Blaktrix is already a name worthily cemented in the rich history of UK Hip Hop.
With years in the game London based artist Cons aka Conspicuous returns with Teardrops and Melodies featuring production from A H Fly. Dropping via his Stadium Studio vehicle in association with Ottoman Elf. On the back of several heavy releases, this one too maintains Cons' consistency.
Hailing from the golden era of the early noughties UK hip hop scene, former legendary Universal Soldiers frontman Ric Branson makes an epic return to the booth, aided by renowned producer A.H. Fly. Uh Oh provides an infectious piano bounce for Ric Branson to demonstrate why he has carved out such a formidable reputation as a lyricist on the underground scene. The single precedes an eagerly-anticipated solo album 'Epilogue', scheduled for release in early 2018.
June Bug is the third solo LP from East London emcee / producer and one fourth of The Colony - Cons... also known as Conspicuous. Cons has returned with a 12 track LP to follow up 2007's highly acclaimed The Family Photo Album. This time opting to hand over all production credits to some UK heavyweight beatmakers such as A H Fly, Apollo, Evil Ed, Apatight, S.Chu, M-Dot, Shears and S-Type, Cons has continued the soulful theme that has been the foundation of his previous work.
With more and more new British hip hop acts emerging, it is becoming harder for groups to make a substantial impact when they first hit the scene. All newcomers dream of their tunes getting airplay on the radio and good reviews in the press;