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The Killah Coming Soon To A City Near You

The Killah Coming Soon To A City Near You

After a historic Glastonbury performance, the Man of Iron Ghostface Killah of The Wu Tang Clan is back like that in the UK with the Theodore Unit and J-Love for a series of KILLAH LIVE SPECTACLES. He will be kicking down doors in the spots with hip hop classics spanning over almost two decades worth of the purest form of Fishscale in existence and with anticipation high for upcoming projects Wu-Block (Wu Tang x D-Block), Swift & Changeable (DOOMSTARKS) and Supreme Clientele 2: Blue & Cream: The Wally Era this is not a tour to be missed!

Doom Vs Ghostface Live In November

Doom Vs Ghostface Live In November

The most anticipated collaboration in Hip Hop history has come to fruition as Doom and the Ghostface Killah have joined forces to mark the 10th anniversary of Lex Records! The best part is you lucky people have the chance to see a one-off worldwide exclusive as Doom and Ghostface come mask to face live on stage at The Roundhouse on November 5th.

HHC Digital Goes Live Today

HHC Digital Goes Live Today

The re-up gang over at Hip Hop Connection are preparing themselves to go fully digital on Wednesday 15th April. In this time of new life and treats it's pretty fitting too. Issue 001 is set to feature cover star DOOM, Willie Isz, Charles Hamilton, Ghost, Dante Ross, MoBonix, Speech Debelle, Lil Wayne, The Cool Kids' jeans, Delegates Of Culture, Wordsmith (not sure which one), Thunderheist, Mr Lif and Toddla T - as usual, a nice variety of folk for you to read about.

DJ Pager - The Running Man CD [Bedroomhead]

DJ Pager – The Running Man CD [Bedroomhead]

Welcome to DJ Pager’s world. After a short introduction, Little Vic transports you into his battling universe. Keyboard sounds are combined with swinging beats and crazy scratches. The instrumentals intensify the battling atmosphere. The lyrics remind us of an intense spiritual battle against the demons. Enjoy the contrast between light and dark, good and evil. Little Vic keeps it lyrical during the whole track.