Joker Starr brings you his 'Man's So Shabba' EP now available from all digital vendors. The new 6 track EP features Xidontlie, Josh Cyrus and Dani Bliss.
Flukebeat Music proudly presents the official music video for brand new Joker Starr single 'Flint Water' taken from the album titled 'Poor Traits of a King'.
The Slough Town rapper Joker Starr's album 'MACKnificent' will be released on March 19th 2015. The guest verse on the title track is taken care of by veteran wordsmith Kashmere, one half of the group Strange U whilst all production is taken care of by DJ IQ. With a combo like that we can expect something that will hit the right spots. All these guys have been in the game for a while now and never fail to deliver and I am sure this will be no different.
The next release from De Facto Entertainment is courtesy of Brother Beatbox with his new album entitled 'Vol. III'. Brother Beatbox from the group Natural Selection takes another dip into his extensive vault of Hip Hop treasures and this release promises to carry on the success from which Vol. II and Transmissions left off demonstrating the soulful genius that is Brother Beatbox.
"MCing is about expression", Joker states in no uncertain terms, "it needs to come from you". A potent mixture of talent, vision and dynamism, Joker Starr is ready to add a new facet to hip hop music. His debut album "Blood-Ren" can be described as having a Golden New Era hiphop sound that appeals to the boom bap purist whilst ticking all the right boxes for the commercial hip hop listener.
UK Producer Wizard has just released his album at the end of January. This is actually the second production album that the Wizard has put together and its called 'That Work'. There is some power tracks, some dark and moody ones and some of the best use of a metal electric guitar I have heard in a while.
With over a dozen exclusives, Volume 4 of Certified Banger’s ‘On The Radar’ downloads proves that the series is going from strength to strength. Volume 4 features 20 tracks of strictly British Hip Hop from rappers and producers from around the Kingdom.
Here's my (un-edited) review of YNR's Feeding Time At The Zoo, originally written for and published in HHC Digital 002, it was their album of the month: