Tag: dubbledge

Dubbledge Vs The Boondocks LP [Hidden Agenda]

Dubbledge Vs The Boondocks LP [Hidden Agenda]

Dubbledge is certainly no freshmen in the British music scene. He’s done the festivals – Glastonbury included; tore up stages from London to Glasgow, performed all across Europe throughout Spain, Switzerland, Norway, Holland and Germany and recorded with some of the biggest talents the UK has to offer including Chase & Status, Alesha Dixon, Foreign Beggars, Jehst, Braintax, DJ Vadim, Kyza and The Scratch Perverts!

LDZ - The London Zoo EP [Dented]

LDZ – The London Zoo EP [Dented]

LDZ have been around for donkey’s... They flew the nest when they were only young pups and before growing fur, they quickly learned to evolve and adapt with the constantly changing environment. Not to be mistaken for scavenger’s, these territorial creatures stay true to they’re own like a pride of Lions.

Dubbledge - The Trilogy / Choices Choices CD [Hidden Agenda / Dented]

Dubbledge – The Trilogy / Choices Choices CD [Hidden Agenda / Dented]

At the tail end of 09, Dubbledge dropped the incredible 'One Inch Punch' Mix-CD, which saw the emcee bring an entire LP worth of lyrical heat over the mid-90s most loved hip-hop instrumentals. But you wanted more - the heads demanded some material over original beats, and boy, does Edge deliver. To bridge the gap before the album proper drops (with some very big surprise guest producers), here are two bangers that will surely whet the appetite for the impending madness of his sophmore LP.

Asaviour

Asaviour

Asaviour has been on the rise for a few years now and his forthcoming LP 'The A Loop Theory' will surely cement him a place at the top of the UK Rap pile. Here he is talking about his past, Lowlife, who he's worked with and which tracks off his new album with DJ IQ are his favourites:

Jayger - Eyes Open 12" [YNR]

Jayger – Eyes Open 12″ [YNR]

There must be no better way to begin a new year than with a massive posse cut. Jehst’s YNR label kick 2009 off in fine style with Jyager’s ‘Eyes Open’. The re-spit version is like a platter of what’s hopefully to come from the label this year. With 8 MCs jostling to ride a heavy beat mainly consisting of a fog horn and a lorry reversing this should crash into the scene with much devastation when it’s released in February.

Wordsmith

Wordsmith

UK Hip Hop legend Wordsmith is a week away from the release of his second album In Pursuit of Harmony. 18 tracks of pure goodness that will easily be one of the UK albums of the year can be yours in 7 days. In the meantime, check out what the man himself has to say about it and some other things (including his US namesake, his new label, the album's guestlist and his social involvement):