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Freddie Foxxx aka Bumpy Knuckles - Biography

Freddie Foxxx aka Bumpy Knuckles – Biography

Freddie Foxxx is an enigma. He keeps redefining himself as others desperately try to pin him down and label him. Ruffian. Hardcore. Gun-Wielding. A bygone legend, limited to cameos and guest appearances. Industry Troublemaker. Foxxx is all of these things and none of them at once. A past marred with distrust and hard-breaks has molded Foxxx into a chameleon and one of the most respected emcees out there.

Akrobatik - Biography

Akrobatik – Biography

Akrobatik’s varsity rhyme career hatched in 1998, when his first single, “Ruff Enuff”, dropped on Boston’s own Detonator Records. In addition to introducing fans to Ak’s accessible intellectuality, the album paired him with co-defendant Mr. Lif for the first time on “The Fat Sh**” B-side and fueled anticipation for an ensuing 12” flurry.

Akrobatik - Absolute Value CD [Fat Beats]

Akrobatik – Absolute Value CD [Fat Beats]

The new album from Boston hip-hop mainstay Akrobatik and follow-up to 2003's Balance, Absolute Value takes the listener on a journey through his diverse range, and he does not go at it alone. An impressive list of guest artists and producers that accompany Ak on Absolute Value include hip-hop legends, some of today’s most powerful contemporary names, and members of the underground elite.

One Be Lo - Gray CD [Subterraneous]

One Be Lo – Gray CD [Subterraneous]

The only track on The R.E.B.I.R.T.H. to feature live instrumentation, "Gray" is a highly conceptual, somberly optimistic anthem for both the struggling youth and the lingering old school heads. From the jazz saxophone to the myriad literary devices to the early '90s hip-hop references, One Be Lo's single speaks - though not exclusively - to a generation often neglected in rap, the adults.

One Be Lo Reborn

One Be Lo Reborn

We would like to reintroduce you to One Be Lo, an emcee from Pontiac MI, who is also known as OneManArmy. And like Rambo, he’s back for more. Formerly one-half of of the brief but brightly burning duo Binary Star, he dropped his solo debut, S.O.N.O.G.R.A.M. on Fat Beats Records in 2005.

Black Milk - Sound The Alarm / So Gone 12

Black Milk – Sound The Alarm / So Gone 12″ [Fat Beats]

We at britishhiphop.co.uk are really excited about an upcoming album by an artist you may not know about yet but should. He is a producer and an emcee - his name is Black Milk. He's been buzzing about on the underground for a minute now. In fact, you may actually know about him already - If you're like me, you like to dork out when you get a new album by rushing to read the liner notes. And if you own a recent Slum Village album, then you know about Black.
 

Glue - Catch As Catch Can [Fat Beats]

Glue – Catch As Catch Can [Fat Beats]

Members of one of hip-hop's hardest working groups, Glue, have spent their summer readying themselves for another national tour to support their third release, Catch As Catch Can, to be released on Fat Beats Records in September 2006. Consisting of Scribble Jam's only two-time winning emcee Adeem, DJ djdq, and producer Maker, the three members of Glue are no strangers to hard work; they've spent over 400 days on the road over the past 5 years.