A little birdie told us about this nice blendtape by UK’s Sourface. Featuring the legendary lyricism of Nas set against some of the best 9th Wonder production to date. If you’re a fan of both like we are… you can’t go wrong with this one!
This is track is tranquil and hard at the same time. Swizzee Star has laced this track very right with ambient bellows and a hardf baseline. Skilzie maintains a nice flow on the track just the right touch of grime to make it listenable. If you’re looking for a slightly different sound , check this kid out — he’s only 20 but he’s making a name for himself the UK; we’ll keep you updated…
About a year ago, we introduced you to one of the illest MCs coming out of the UK – Sway, since then he has been steady grinding and plotting for a takeover in 2010. Check out how 2009 has been for him, don’t say we didn’t warn you –
I see where they’re going with the Konvict cosign – say wha you want, but Akon is getting that INTERNATIONAL bread and it didn’t change the homie Kardinal too much either.
So if haven’t downloaded Swagger is Nothing, Talent is Everything [in the sidebar], here is a little 25min cheat session for you–all the best and little bit of insight.
High Water Music artist, Señor Kaos is featured this week on one of London’s most popular and progressive radio shows, BBC Radio’s 1xtra. Hosted by Sarah Love, the May 23rd segment includes music by artists such as Redman, Raekwon, Nas, Black Milk and Pete Rock, with Señor Kaos as the profiled artist.
This is the equivalent of an Indie Artist taking over an hour of Clear Channel Power 105– still trying to understand why Europe appreciates good Hip Hop rather than the birthplace of the genre– go figure..
Wio-K ft. Kyza Smirnoff and Seryus – Hide An Shoot
This track is a new release from Canadian MC Wio-K. You may remember him from such Kardinal tracks suck as Ol Time Killin; we first heard him around that and been keeping an eye on dude ever since. On “Hide N Shoot” he’s paired up with London MCs Kyza Smirnoff and Seryus–more on them later, for right now enjoy this track and what the world outside the US has to offer…real hip hop. So refreshing.