Absolutely huge. A massive posse cut from Crusada and some of your favourite MCs: GeeBag, Alsharp and Efeks. Track is Boom Baps Dead Remix and pays homage to... Boom bap predecessors.
Superb production for this collaboration from Crusada which features additional stanzas from Efeks, Destin8 and some Jamaican dancehall toasting from Troy Bronxz imbetween. As Crusada's tagline says, "Boom Bap Hip Hop for the connoisseur listener!".
Guilford's own Verbal Skillz is making a habit of bringing on board some of the most renowned artiststo produce traditional, hard hitting hip hop. Verbal is putting the finishing touches to hissophomore LP entitled, 'VeRbAL ViSioN' which is slated to include contributions from the likes of Tragdey Khadafi, Micall Parknsun, Akrobatik, Mr Green, Kid Tsunami, Life MC, iLL BiLL, Endemic, Mongrel and more. With a line up like that the release is set to deliver strongly.
Croydon based rap outfit TPS Fam have steadily been etching their name into the tapestry of UK hip-hop over recent years. Their 2012 sophomore album The Big Q.P was widely well received, firmly cementing them as a stand-out talking point, amongst a modern industry that often seems somewhat hindered by an overabundance of emerging mediocrity.
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.
Finally its here, the long awaited new single from Hip Hop duo Prose, released 11th October 2010 on their Boom Bap Professionals label. Life Times is the lead single taken from the forthcoming debut LP Force Of Habit, and it encapsulates everything producer Steady and emcee Efeks have endured and experienced throughout their seven year partnership.
Holdin' Court brought their Monthly Hip-Hop night to Basingstoke for a one off demo show, as a warm-up / first day after party to Basingstoke Live. The show itself was jammed packed with a mixture of performers... as had been billed by the night’s organisers.