Tag: Brotherman

Essa - Evade And Seek: The EPilogue EP [First Word]

Essa – Evade And Seek: The EPilogue EP [First Word]

'Evade And Seek: the EPilogue' is the companion EP to Essa's recent album 'The Misadventures Of A Middle Man'. Featuring two all-new tracks plus alternate versions of some favourites from the album, it reminds us why Essa is one of the UK's most versatile MCs. 'LeLeLe' is a club-ready, punchline-heavy beast produced by Flako. The sparse, bassfuelled beat is the perfect backdrop for Kashmere (Strange U) and Essa's flawless bars.

Brotherman

Brotherman

Brotherman is a young musician whose up-bringing was split between the Caribbean and London’s borough of Hackney. He’s got a lot on his plate and a hugh amount of enthusiasm. Having been tutored under the wing of Jehst Nikhil Sharma caught up with Brotherman to find out more. Read on.

Brotherman - The Dark / The Light CD [Silent Soundz]

Brotherman – The Dark / The Light CD [Silent Soundz]

If there is any album that you buy this year, instead of downloading (legally of course), it’s Brotherman’s ‘The Dark / The Light’. The packaging is the most original I’ve seen in UK Hip Hop. The project is a double EP, 6 tracks on each so effectively it’s a 12 track album on two CDs. Each CD has its own sleeve, they slot together to combine the light and dark inspired artwork and to form one jewel case sized package… argh, you’ll just have to buy it to understand what I mean!