World status 2020-21; a write-off, one to be struck from the record, ‘Null And Void’ if you will. This hasn’t stopped Kid Acne kicking on and bringing what he calls “the difficult fifth album” to the Lewis Recordings megaplex. Full of Yorkshire say-so, his inimitable strain of hip-hop delivers the mind-bending with everyman knowhow.
The Heat is the P.L.O. produced banger featuring the reunited rhyming might of Sonnyjim and Mudmowth. Sonny and Mud get down with strength on a dirty drum and guitar sound that returns the hip-hop to hip-hop.
Building on the increasingly fresh output from the Welsh hip-hop scene, the wayward team of Junior Disprol, Chud Jackson and DJ Stagga desecrate your dusty speakers with one of the most experimental, leftfield and incredible long players you will hear in 08. Tinged with the unrelenting 808s of the new school, modern electronics, and the ethics of hip-hop, this is a project not only inspired by our times, but with a defiant nod to the history of rap.
Consisting of Junior Disprol and Chud Jackson, Dead Residents have been around since the late eighties where they used to go by the name C75 (Circus 75).If anyone in the UK scene deserves the title ‘Legend’, then it’s probably Junior Disprol. having recorded along side respected artists such as Aspects, Hard Livin, Cappo, Taskforce, Roots Manuva, Doyen D and Sir Beans OBE.