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N-Dubz

N-Dubz

2007 has been a rollcoaster of a year for N-Dubz - the dynamic trio from Camden. Their huge underground success has catapulted them to the forefront of the UK’s urban music scene. Tracks such as ‘Feva Las Vegas’ and the ridiculously infectious ‘I Swear’ quickly became urban anthems and their latest single ‘You Better Not Waste My Time’ looks certain to do the same.

Charlie Sloth

Charlie Sloth

The U.K. has produced some amazing talent over the last year within the Hip Hop world and of those individuals is Charlie Sloth. Hailing from Central London and recently making major moves within the music world we thought it was time to catch up with the MC to see how things have been going.

N-Dubz

Win A Day With 2007 MOBO Winners N-Dubz

Britishhiphop.co.uk have been following N-Dubz, the Camden based trio for some time now. Now after a year of underground success, N-Dubz look ready to launch their assault on the rest of the world with their latest single. This autumn they will be releasing their new single ‘You Better Not Waste My Time’ out on October 22nd through LRC / Polydor Records.

N-Dubz – Feva Las Vegas CD [LRC]

The buzz around N-Dubz is really beginning to bite. Here Tulisa, Dappy and Faze deliver a storming mix of commercial r’n’b and Hip Hop. This latest single Feva Las Vegas is set to catapult them further on the way to stardom as it looks like it could be huge. The single is already on constant rotation of music TV channels and just stays in your mind.

N-Dubz

N-Dubz

Hate them or love them, N-Dubz look set to explode in 2007 and there’s nothing you can do about it. Their hit singles ‘Better Not Waste My Time’ and the huge ‘I Swear’ have made them regular features on Channel U, MTV and all major radio stations. For the most part people are responding enthusiastically to the extremely talented group from Camden but then there are always critics.
 

Camden Black History Month

MC Nii Ayikwei Parkes at the Round House

In partnership with the Roundhouse Summer programme, this youth poetry slam – with MC Nii Ayikwei Parkes – will engage young people and the wider in creating innovating forms of poetry. The theme will be Black Histories. Contestants will work on there entries throughout the summer and will perform their final pieces at the poetry slam held at the Roundhouse. Winners will be judged on applause and all competitors will receive a prise. For competition details please visit www.cbwg.org.uk.

Camden Black History Month

Camden Black History Month

Camden is proud to present to you a fantastic Black History Month program for 2006 that celebrates the achievements and history of Black African and Caribbean communities who live and work in the borough. This years theme is ‘Spoken Word’ and will offer a wide range wide range of different forms including rap, writing, song, Film and performing arts.