Urgent, dynamic and incisive, Steg G's new album 'Surface Pressure' tackles the realities of climate change via collaborations with some of Scotland's most exciting hip-hop talents.
Scottish legend Steg G of long standing Powercut Productions is back with a banger. A big wobbly bassline and polished quick rap make The Rise And Fall (CCTV) a class offering. Jam contributes some choice vocals to adorn Steg's beats. Taken from the album Surface Pressure.
Next up from Steg G's Scottish powerhouse Powercut Productions is the superb banger Wee Small Hours. This starts off with an insane beat and sees regular collaborators Solareye, Freestyle Mater, Empress and CCTV.
Lyric video for Steg G's latest entitled Space Age Addictions. Solareye features on this as the track works on several levels and looks at many things that people are addicted to whether it be candy, money, drugs or TV etc.
'Stutter Jack' is the rejected alter-ego of rapper, Conscious Route. This stuttering, straight-talking rhymer brings a mix of cheek and fluid flows over reggae influenced Hip Hop, Dubstep, and alternative live production. Stutter Jack, aka Conscious Route, aka Mosman, aka Mossman Skank, has been in and around UK hip hop for over a decade, starting out based near London as an original member of the outfit Fugazirum.
Inner City Pressures is the new seven track EP by Scottish Hip Hop pioneers Steg G and the Freestyle Master. The EP sees them take a venture through some of the many pressures that arise in the modern urban landscape. From love to loneliness the duo cover a wide variety of topics with the help of some outstanding guest features from the likes of Mog, Pete McCoy and Guests Of Nature and also features the first in an up coming series of collaborations between Glasgow Hip Hop artists and their counterparts in one of it's twin cities in Nuremberg Germany.
Steg G and The Freestyle Master are Scottish. Steg G produces and The Freestyle Master does Scottish rapping. Their latest single Cool / Big Bad City is a sample-free affair, well, apart from the Family Guy sample that heads up 'Cool'.