Excellent wordplay from top female MC Teach Em. As with her name the lyrics are deep and designed to make you use your grey matter to fully get the concept. Sussex based producer and label owner Tom Caruana provides the backing. Entree is taken from Tom Caruana's eighteen track album Brewing Up which is released on Tea Sea Records.
eMCee Killa sets out to unleash vengeance and settle scores with the latest release from the Lab79 camp. "The Turnaround" see's Killa at his most vicious with his aggressive lyricism and barbed delivery accompanied by Manage who's on hand to supply the haunting beat in his unmatched, gritty style of production.
Lab79 brings it super hard again with a banging offering comprising the main partners from the label. Reain, Manage and Skirmish all drop it heavy. The track Notes is also adorned with cuts by Fidel Cutstro.
eMCee Killa, Manage, Skirmish and Conflix team up on 'Pieces'. A veritable super group comprised of members from Caxton Press, Rhyme Asylum and Chain Of Command.
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.
After the raucous party celebrating the Hot Water Music launch in February, the Revorg family are back at the Windmill in Brixton.
With live performances from:
After a year in the engine room writing, tightening and perfecting their debut album Shame The Devil, Caxton Press have chosen to ignore the status quo and current themes in rap music to bring it back to the pavement in its purest form. Three rappers Manage, Kingpin, eMCee Killa, Singer / Rapper Amy True, producer Profound and live show DJ Snuff, have merged their talents to give you Caxton Press.
If the aim of ‘Food 4 Da Brain Second Serving’ wasn’t to serve up a platter of perfectly complementing flavours then I’ll eat my hat. If that is what they set out to do then they’ve royally achieved it. The menu offers up tracks from the finest chefs on either side of the UK Hip Hop / Grime divide; in fact it tastily demonstrates the breaking down of the boundary.
Chain Of Command are quite possibly the most sorted guys in this business. The London bred hip hop collective are exactly what we need to prove mainstream hip hop is worth nothing. This lot make guns, bitches, bling, and the chart toppers rocking them; all look like a complete joke.