Widnes, UK based producer Wounded Buffalo Beats is back with yet another phenomenal offering. This time in the form of his EP titled Wounded.
High Focus Records is proud to present TrueMendous' new single 'Emmett Till' featuring Masta Ace and produced by Dirty Dike. The track is lifted from her recent album 'Misdiagnosis Of Chyvonne Johnson' - available now on all digital streaming platforms.
The Guillotine Album is an old school, real talk hip hop album from UK emcee Verbal Skillz. The album features tracks from US rap legend Masta Ace on M@NKIND and Emceekilla, from Caxton Press on a track called Characters. The album has 12 tracks, including two bonus beats, a reworking of Dark Days and a remix of Lacking Minerals.
Already being called "...the 4th quarters finest record", Hunger Pains is the highly anticipated full length release from underground heavyweight Bekay. Over the past few years, Bekay has created a loyal, cult-like following in the underground hip-hop community by relentlessly recording, performing and grinding. Known for his complex imagery, shock value and clever wordplay, Bekay has established himself as a rather controversial figure in the hip-hop game.
Underground heavyweight Bekay returns with a strong debut Digi-12" release to his long awaited album Hunger Pains which drops November 10th, 2009. This dynamic maxi-single includes the Alchemist produced "I Am" and the recently leaked "Brooklyn Bridge" which features the legendary Masta Ace.
Quincey Tones is a UK beatmaker who has worked with an impressive list of artists so far in his career. The list could be a whose who from both the UK and the US and he has even ended up working with Weezy! Read on to find out what Qunicey Tones had to say about his beginnings in Ska and what he has planned for the future when he spoke to our reporter Lady Jay UK.
Go back to the future with Delicious Vinyl Rmxxology, an all-new, 15-track album featuring classic tracks by Young MC, The Pharcyde, Masta Ace, The Brand New Heavies and Fatlip re-imagined by artists including Peaches, Hot Chip and Eminem. The first two singles from the album are already popular: pioneering electro goddess Peaches' sizzling update of Tone Loc's immortal "Wild Thing" and Aaron LaCrate and Debonair Samir's gutter-bumping Baltimore blast of Young MC's "Know How".