Kung Fu was a regular Hip Hop night held in Camden which grew to become very popular and was a showcase for London and UK Hip Hop talent.
The tracklist for DJ Gone's 'Sin City', out now on Kung Fu, kinda speaks for itself to any UKHH head. Featuring the cream of the scene and in the vein of Kung Fu's showcasing 'Sin City' is over an hour's worth of exclusive freestyles and tracks - it's basically a must for those fans who strive for more than an artist's album and single output. It's also pretty essential for anyone who just wants to bump quality Hip Hop for an hour.
Kung Fu presents an all new freestyle event, bringing back the original freestyle concept, through three elimination rounds, culminating in the "Five Word Final". In each round a number of words will be called out by the crowd and written on the board, each contestant will have to use their individual words in their freestyle.
As the name suggests, this event is the brain child of one half of the seminal group, Task Force, Chester P. Chester says, 'I would define the night as a unique and energetic environment where the audience scream out words of which I pick up to 5 and the 2 selected MCs battle it out, there are 8 contestants in all who must endure 3 rounds of lyrical pugilism'.
The youngster from East London has impressive links. Now Teef has been learning his craft and drops the much improved Perfect Fit on his own label Dontekz Productions. With backing from Kung Fu it looks like Teef is set to blow. Watch your pockets though...
For this remarkable one off event the 4 biggest names in London Hip-Hop promotion are coming together to deliver a knock out blow. Each crew brings their unique style, technique and flow to what is sure to be the Hip-Hop club event of the summer.
Hijack came out of Brixton, London in 1988 when they signed to Music Of Life, and they dropped their debut single, the now legendary, 'Style Wars'. Ice-T heard the group and promptly signed them to his label. Hijack were one of the biggest groups the UK has ever produced and this single Daddy Rich dropped in 1991 as the group were set to drop their stunning Horns Of Jericho LP.