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BASS Festival 2009

BASS Festival 2009

BASS Festival (British Arts and Street Sounds) is the UK’s only month-long celebration of Black Music and Art, and it returns this June for a celebration of African music and culture. Taking place for the fourth consecutive year, BASS will play host to a range of events in venues across London, Birmingham, Nottingham, Leicester and Derby. There will also be satellite events in Manchester and Edinburgh. Below are some of this year’s highlights.

Baby J

Baby J

Seasoned UK producer Baby J took time out of his busy, pre album launch schedule to answer a few questions for Britishhiphop.co.uk / Certified Banger with questions put by Aidan Severs. Read on to find out what Baby J had to say about his latest LP amongst other things...

Baby J - Biography

Baby J – Biography

Baby J is a producer from the UK currently splitting his time between the UK and NYC. An experienced producer he has worked internationally for the last eight years. He was first found back in 95 when an A&R at Wu-tang heard a demo he had produced and brought him in to work with up and coming acts.

Baby J ft Alex Blood - Wake Up MP3 [Abstract Urban]

Baby J ft Alex Blood – Wake Up MP3 [Abstract Urban]

Wake Up is the latest release from the UK producer who has worked with some of the biggest names in the game. This time he returns with fellow midlander Alex Blood. The track, surprisingly for its subject matter is rather upbeat and jolly. The beat reminds me of Redman's Smash Somthin' a bit, but different of course with the main refrain played on a tightly strung guitar or mandolin.

Mark Ronson ft. Amy Winehouse - Valerie [Video]

Mark Ronson ft. Amy Winehouse – Valerie [Video]

Confirming his status as music’s most heavyweight visionary, critically acclaimed Mark Ronson returns on October 15th with the stellar new single ‘Valerie’. Featuring the powerhouse vocals of eminent songstress Amy Winehouse, it’s a blazing, bold revival of the dynamic Zutons track and follows the smash-hit singles ‘Oh My God’ & ‘Stop Me’.