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Anuvahood [Revolver Entertainment]

Anuvahood [Revolver Entertainment]

With urban youth culture proving to be an increasingly popular theme of exploration throughout the narrative of today’s British film and entertainment media, it’s inevitable that a tongue-in-cheek, more comedic approach would eventually seem a worthwhile endeavour for potential film distributors. Television’s already seen recent farcical attempts with such shows as, the moderately successful, Phone Shop on Channel 4, and BBC’s utterly deplorable Lee Nelson’s Well Good Show.

Adulthood Soundtrack CD [Altered Ego]

Adulthood Soundtrack CD [Altered Ego]

Noel Clarke (Kidulthood, Doctor Who, Auf Wiedersehen Pet, West 10 LDN) returns as Sam Peel, picking up his story six years after Kidulthood, 2006’s critically acclaimed portrayal of life for 21st century teens. Alongside Noel Clarke, Adulthood re-unites several of Kidulthood’s cast including Adam Deacon (West 10 LDN, Sugarhouse, Ali G Inda House), Femi Oyeniran and Cornell S. John (The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian).

Marvin the Martian

Marvin Returns – New Single, New Video And Touring With Lethal Bizzle

Its been nearly a year since Marvin aka ‘Marvin The Martian’ released ‘I Hate My Job’… Since then, he’s signed a major label deal with Universal’s new label NoCarbon Records, spent the summer in Bristol recording a ground-breaking album, lined up the first single for 3rd December, made a video with indie director Paul Morricone in Leeds and has just been confirmed as support on the forthcoming Lethal Bizzle headline tour… So much news in one go, here’s a breakdown…

Bizzle Plays One Off Show At The 100 Club

Bizzle Plays One Off Show At The 100 Club

Lethal Bizzle is performing a one-off show at London's legendary 100 Club venue on June 13th. On the nigt he will be performing tracks off his new album 'Back To Bizznizz' which is due out on 2nd July on V2 Music. Along with himself it is rumoured that he will be there with some very special guests who are also set to make appearances.

Lethal Bizzle Plays At SXSW Festival

Lethal Bizzle Plays At SXSW Festival

Lethal Bizzle will be flying the flag for the UK urban scene and showing how it’s done this week performing at world renowned music festival SXSW in Austin, Texas. The launch pad for many careers, SXSW is usually an alternative affair with many indie bands clamouring to be showcased and be discovered as the ‘Next Best Thing’.

Lethal B

Lethal B

A matured Lethal B gets honest and open with Britishhiphop.co.uk. Being a successful artist in the UK is hard work. Full stop, but being a successful ‘urban’ artist is even harder. Most acts will rarely achieve chart success and often disappear into the mixtape abyss. Lethal B has managed to overcome both of these obstacles.

Cameron Fails To Respond To Bizzle Invitation

Cameron Fails To Respond To Bizzle Invitation

Following a scathing attack on hip hop and rap culture by Cameron in The Mail On Sunday, and a fierce debate on Newsnight, the Tory leader has been invited to Lethal Bizzle’s next London show. The influential ‘grime’ artist, performing tomorrow at Scala, King’s Cross, has entered a vicious war of words with Cameron over the last few days, after the Tory leader claimed that Lethal’s lyrics encouraged knife violence.