Daily Archives: December 7, 2010
www.IRONBRAYDZ.com – Now on-line!! Get your FREE copy of his album by joining his mailing list
There’s no doubting the fact that 2010 has been a spectacular year for British emcee IRON BRAYDZ. His debut project ‘Devil May Cry’ is already getting tipped as the most significant UK Hip-Hop release of the year. IRON BRAYDZ has had radio play on BBC Radio One, BBC 1Xtra, Choice FM, Kiss FM and more, as well as being featured on pretty much every Hip-Hop website that shows love to real Hip-Hop music. Now IRON BRAYDZ unleashes his official internet website www.IRONBRAYDZ.com which promises to makes it even easier for fans to connect with him. Please log-on and join the mailing list.
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Chase – The Knees Up
“The Knee’s up” is the 2nd mixtape from Chase Taylor (aka L.N.C.T.) once again chase is back with his catchy hooks and colourful word play. The music on “The knee’s up” is both original and an abstract list of different music featuring instrumentals from artists such as BUGZ IN THE ATTIC, RUSKO to Hudson Mohawke.
“The Knee’s up” stands out to be very different and creative Urban Mixtape.
So how was Vic Freeze born? The beat machine had the same 4- bar loop playing in the small Ohio dorm room. The mic was hung down from the ceiling like a punching bag. For hours, he and his college roommate, Paul Richardson aka Paulie Rhyme, would work on their craft to hone the art of songwriting, rhyming and performing. As a result, after some dedication and hard work, Vic Freeze has shared the same stage with legends such as: Krs-One, Big Daddy Kane, Del, Wu-Tang, and Talib Kweli.From early on gaining respect on Cleveland mixtapes, performances at underground clubs, and local airplay, the sky is the limit for this genuine hip-hop artist. In late 2005, Vic put together a collection of material called Watch For Ice on The Bridge Vol.1. The unique but polished sound garnered knock and respect in the streets, selling copies out of his trunk. After touring with The Green Giants Tour in early 2008, Vic recorded the single “Now” featured on DJ Green Lantern’s MySpace Invasion Mixtape series. His first national mixtape, it showed that not only hip hop heads but mainstream music appreciated his sincerity and feeling behind his songs. In 2010, after returning to the road on The Jose Mateo Tour with Paulie Rhyme and Rey Resurrecion, he is proving he is ready to turn the corner. The video for the single “Far From Home” is the lead single off Bay bred, DJ Madd Hatter’s Down The Rabbit Hole Vol 1.5. In early 2011 he will release his first LP “The Reluctant Star” on Browntown Wreckords. Vic Freeze is a potent emcee with a fresh flow who brings the streets and the world together over rugged hip-hop tracks. A pure lyricist who emits positivity through trial and tribulation but touches everyone with honesty and his “live before you speak” attitude.
Rodney P & Skitz
Mo Fingaz & Bobafatt
Hosted by Big Ted
Saturday 19th February 2011 (Doors 7pm)
@ The HMV Forum Kentish Town
9-17 Highgate Road, Kentish Town, London NW5 1JY
TICKETS £18.50 (+booking)
While the word legend gets thrown around with little regard these days it is fair to say that EPMD have truly earned the title through a consistent catalogue of genre shaping classics.. With the release of seven brilliant albums over a twenty year period there are few acts in Hip-Hop that have such a proven track record.
The combination of Eric Sermon & Parrish Smith is more than a sum of it’s parts and with the backing of the incredible DJ and the producer responsible for many bangers for EPMD and Busta Rhymes DJ Scratch they will be plowing through all-time Hip-Hop classics such as ‘You’re The Customer’, ‘Richter Scale’, ‘You Gots To Chill’ and more. As suggested by the titles of all of their albums these founders of the Hit Squad are all about business and it is live that all of their years of experience in the business come to the fore so this is the place to be in London for any real Hip-Hop fans.
Joining EPMD on stage are London’s equivalent in terms of class, experience and longevity Skitz & Rodney P. Having cut his teeth with the legendary London Posse, whose first release was actually a year before EPMD’s, Rodney P has been at the forefront of the UK Hip-Hop scene and secured that position through his longtime collaborative partnership with DJ / Producer Skitz.
The audience will also be blessed with sets from Spin Doctor who will be setting the mood with his own brand of Hip-Hop and soul gems.
OBIE TRICE “ANYMORE” (Produced by NoSpeakerz)