The last few years have proven to be some of the finest in the history of British hip-hop, with the ever increasing number of solid emcees emerging, and with them some premier independent record labels that continue to flourish with every passing day. The sheer volume of commendable releases from last year alone was a sure sign that things only continue to get bigger and better for UK hip-hop enthusiasts, and that someday soon hopefully the mainstream industry will catch up and wise up to what they've been missing out on.
Bass Music / Escapism is more than a music album. It's a sixteen-track journey. A f*cking loud journey best made with your head placed neatly between two subwoofers, eyes closed. A journey through the raves, festivals, carnivals and stage shows of Inja's daily routine. Into the sweet, unadulterated blast of pleasure known to us as Bass. Undoubtedly man's finest invention since the wheel.
Gearing up for his 2011/12 album release: Bass Music Adventure / Escapism, Inja steps up his pace with the first single Laters Later, crossing channels and genres in an explosive hook up with Northern French / Belgian bass fanatics, Allouette Street records. A rave-bound blend of grime, dubstep and industrial electronics from Lille production duo Hungry Studio grips Inja's renowned lyrical hyper-activity to create a perfect, thumping compromise of UK grime, rap, European electronics and pure bass music adventuring.
Based on the first of Stephanie Meyers best-selling series of books Twilight tells the story of Bella Swan who moves from Phoenix Arizona to Forks the rainiest place in America, to live with her father. While at school she falls for Edward Cullen, a mysterious boy who actually isn't human, he's a vampire, and he's trying to resist the lure of the biggest blood temptation he's ever known in all of his life Bella.