The official video for Brixton artist Logic's latest track has dropped via Global Faction. We know they only deal in dope and Logic's latest is confirmed narcotic. Famous features Marianna Zappi and is a slab of pure Hip Hop you need to check.
Phoenix Da Icefire and Strange Neighbour – Expendables ft. Logic, Verb T, Fliptrix, Kyza, Cappo & More
Phoenix Da Icefire and The Strange Neighbour 'Expendables' Lifted from 'Cinematic' out now and available from Revorg Records.
Haka Beats is a producer from Ladbroke Grove in West London. He has recently dropped his Man On The Moon EP and has secured spots from some of the dopest in the UK game. In order to find out more, Nikhil Sharma caught up with him to find out about his background, his new EP and ask about who he wants to work with. Read on for more.
For most he needs no introduction but for those of you that have been sleeping Big Cakes is an artist that is on his positive grind, this guy puts in the work... countless you tube videos, numerous albums and EPs and they’re all worth a watch and listen. He takes some time out from his seemingly busy schedule to talk to us here at BHH.co.uk.
Immortal Technique is an angry man. When he hits the stage, he already looks a bit upset. But this is something you expect from Immortal Technique, the rapper known for conscious lyrics and an uncompromising, often aggressive approach to hip hop. He hadn't played in England since 2010 and he seemed set to make up for the two year gap at the Brixton Electric. Tonight he was joined by Poison Pen, Mazzi, Swave Sevah, DJ Snuff, DJ Static and Lowkey.
Award winning North London rapper Supar Novar teams up with long time collaborator Show N Prove for this 16-track album full of emotional reflection and strait up bangers. The two first collaborated on Novar's 2006 debut 'From The Beginning' with the albums first single 'Reppin'. This track hit the UK Hip-Hop scene with a bang and demonstrated a partnership that was destined to create greatness.
Never Too Late is the fourth song to be released from the forthcoming LP History Will Absolve Us from Marcel Cartier and Agent of Change. The track features Nana D and Wordplay, who is part of Logic's People's Army collective. The song touches on many different issues, such as the pressure on people to live a 'normal life'. This often means to graduate from university, get an average job, and then retire, as opposed to being able to actively pursue one's dreams once the 'real world' hits.
Channel 4 and Windfall Films have linked up with political activist Jody McIntyre and some of the best artists from the grime / hip hop world to bring you Jody McIntyre’s Bars for Change. The online project will be five music documentaries that will tackle hard hitting political and socially conscious issues that young people are concerned about and will feature artists including Lowkey, Lioness, Logic, RoxXxan and international music producer Jake Gosling plus many more to be announced.
The Urban Shop are sponsoring the only UK gig of EMC the crew from hip hop legend Masta Ace and featuring Punchline, Wordsworth and Stricklin, there will be a full support line up on the night provided by Crusada with Fyaman, Deadly Hunta and New World Order made up of Lowkey and Logic. The Urban Shop are giving away one pair of tickets to this gig, this venue is OVER 18'S ONLY.
Jai (Just an Identity) is a 21 year old South London based vocalist/ rapper. She attributes her unique sound to her diverse musical background which has influences of Reggae, Roots and Soul and to her naturally inquisitive nature.