This month marks the 10th anniversary of Prose (Steady and Efeks)'s landmark second album ‘The Dark Side of the Boom’. To celebrate Boom Bap Pro are reissuing it on limited edition cassette tape.
The brand new album from Benny Diction entitled Facepalm / Brainwave? is out now! The album features Doberman, MNSR Frites, Tiece, Beit Nun, Teej, Chalk, Cal Pacino, Eliza, EF Knows and Oliver Sudden with production from Hooper Stax, jas0nbeats, Krang, Deltatone, Benny Diction, Oliver Sudden, Deeflux, Tom Caruana, Gadget, Ro Jista and Steady.
Benny Diction is here with the first release from his Facepalm/ Brainwave? LP which is released on Boom Bap Professionals. For this track, Schweppes, he links with EF Knows and Oliver Sudden over a soulful Ro Jista production with a smoth vibe, plenty of strings and an old school vibe.
Big Toast x The Strange Neighbour ft. Oliver Sudden and Gee Bag – Fuck Off London Prod. Satrumentalz [Video]
Big Toast and The Strange Neighbour bring you another track taken from the 7" produced by Satrumentalz. Entitled Fuck Off London this one also features other Revorg stars Oliver Sudden and Gee Bag.
Two bangers for the price of one! Oliver Sudden hits us with a two part video. Video Part 1 is Every Step featuring The Strange Neighbour and Gee Bag.
Drug Corpse sees IMS teaming up with new vocal collaborators such as; Cappo, Geebag, TPS FAM, More1, Cor Stadik, Deeflux and Efeks, as well as collaborations with long-time associates Joey Menza, Theme, Oliver Sudden and more. All chosen for their individuality style and incredible artistic abilities.
During 2012's Boom Bap Festival Oliver Sudden and Luca Brazi were sat in front of the Graffiti wall with a crate of beer discussing a few ideas while watching the 645 Squad paint a burner. After collaborations on previous Granville Sessions material and discussions about each others production, they decided to pair up and go fifty fifty on beats and rhymes on an EP. Shortly after the festival season recovery period the Wednesday studio sessions kicked off. Beats were exchanged, verses were penned, beers were necked... and so on.
As a third of Croydon's infamous TPS Fam, Big Toast has been a familiar face on the British Hip Hop scene for several years. A regular at open mics as well as numerous shows and festivals across the country, his highly technical rhymes have gained him a reputation as an exceptionally skilled MC.