Wretch 32 and Chipmunk will headline a special gig on October the 25th at London's IndigO2. The gig will feature live performances from the British hip-hop stars as well as a special DJ set from Wretch 32.
After a storming set at London's XOYO last night 25 year-old Jermaine Scott, aka Wretch 32 has announced a headline UK tour for October this year. Wretch 32 had an incredible start to the year. After being earmarked by BBC as a one to watch for their Sound of 2011 list, along with being hotly tipped by NME, MTV and HMV, as a rising music star he has gone on to achieve a top 5 debut smash with his first commercial single release, Traktor, and has just completed a tour with Example.
Faith SFX is without doubt one of the most in demand talents to emerge from the UK scene. Since his first shows supporting major urban acts when he was just 15 years old Faith quickly established himself as the go-to Beatboxer for the scene. Since then he's gone on to become a multi award winner, record adverts for the likes of Motorola, tour and performing alongside the likes of Jay Z, Plan B, Chipmunk and Ms Dynamite and amass over 10 million views of his videos on youtube.
Basically a brand new track - It's Skeptik's new beat for the re-vocalled version of Vadim's 'Soldier' which was originally on a reggae vibe with a french guy and a russian guy rapping and singing respectively.
Premier UK producer Davinche is currently putting the finishing touches on his debut album. The 23-year-old producer has been on the grime scene since his late teens and brought us underground smashes such as Tinchy Stryder’s Breakaway and Kano’s Ps & Qs.
The tracklist for DJ Gone's 'Sin City', out now on Kung Fu, kinda speaks for itself to any UKHH head. Featuring the cream of the scene and in the vein of Kung Fu's showcasing 'Sin City' is over an hour's worth of exclusive freestyles and tracks - it's basically a must for those fans who strive for more than an artist's album and single output. It's also pretty essential for anyone who just wants to bump quality Hip Hop for an hour.
In My Lifetime is the first official single off Lowkey's new LP Dear Listener and features Wretch 32 of The Movement.
There are certain Grime artists who have matured the genre into something listenable. Some of those artists (Wiley, Asher D, Wretch 32, Bashy, Virus Syndicate and Skepta) are assembled on HHB Radio’s ‘Grime’ mix CD. Other artist on this CD generally fit into the mature mould although there are a couple of Channel U moments, ya get me?