Farma G on a Baby J production. Love and Peace was performed live at Maida Vale Studios for Radio 1 in 2009.
Jelluzz is back with more of his sugary urban pop this time roping in NYC's Ricky Blaze for chorus duties on 'It's My City' and Darren B for 'Just Say Yes'. Strictly made for fans of anyone like Chipmunk (i.e. Grime artists from London who are now on Radio 1, T4 etc.) these two tracks are synthy, upbeat and about inane stuff like partying with champagne and getting girls into double beds.
BBC Radio 1 has just announced a series of changes to the station’s evening schedule. The moves see brand new talent to Radio 1, Kissy Sell Out and Kutski promoted to their own regular shows and 1Xtra’s MistaJam joining the station, in addition to his 1Xtra show. The new schedule will come into effect in October.
The Big Dawg knows a good thing when he sees it. He has been around for years and is always at the forefront of what is going on. Known for unearthing loads of talent and relentlessly bringing the freshest music to the masses every week on his massive radio show. In fact it could be the biggest in the world and that would make Tim Westwood the biggest and most influential DJ in the Hip Hop world.
This summer, the BBC will launch a new national radio station dedicated to black music. Not yet named, but currently being referred to as Network X, the station aims to etch out its own identity and lead the way in youth radio by supporting new UK talent as well as showcasing the best urban music from abroad. As part of the government plan to phase out analogue radio (FM/AM/MW), Network X will be using a digital broadcasting system. This means that listeners will be able to tune into the station using digital radio receivers, digital satellite television, digital cable television, or the Internet and get near-CD-quality reception.