Well known for his long song and mixtape title names, Gerald Walker presents his latest offering “Everything People Say That I Am, That’s What I’m Not”. Gerald Walker has created a music video for the single, which is the first from his new project “I Remember When This All Meant Something”, and has been produced by London-based animation studio Ulimeyer Studios. You can watch the brand new video from Gerald Walker – Everything People Say That I Am on the player below.
Once in a while comes something that restores your faith in Hip-Hop. That release has arrived in the form of this great collaboration project from Huddersfield based producer Miss Tofelees and North Wales rapper Big Si. After impressing the underground UK scene with their ‘Life and Music EP’ at the start of the year the dynamic duo are now back with Part Two. ‘Life and Music 2 EP’ features the amazing vocal talents of Belinda Hards of Knew Jeruslum who are part of DTTS (Dont Talk to Strangers) a Hip-Hop collective from West Yorkshire who where nominated for ‘Best Hip-Hop Act’ at the Indie Hip-Hop Awards in 2008. You can view the artwork and download link for Big Si and Miss Tofeless – Life and Music 2 E.P below.
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I’d like to introduce an exciting rapper named Ruinz Ason to Hip-Hop Kings, with his popular video “Call Me Ruinz Ason“. I received news this week that Ruinz Ason will be releasing his street album which has been entirely produced by J-Flames, and presented by DJ Technic. The street album will be called “Hoodstarz and Villains” and features all original music. You can watch the video for Ruinz Ason – Call Me Ruinz Ason on the video player below.
Not to be confused with the meerkat advert, East London rapper Cyclonious has released the video for his single “Simple”. The track is already available via iTunes, and will be featured on the forthcoming debut album “The Revival”. Hip-Hop Kings readers will be familiar with the single “What’s A Postcode”, and his feature on the Digital Revolution Vol 4 mixtape hosted by UK Runnings. Cyclonious plans to build on that reputation in 2010 and you can watch the video for Cyclonious – Simple on the player below.
The man named Grit Grammar managed to create a huge buzz in 2008 with his debut street album “Reflections In The Dark”, and now Grit Grammar is preparing his first full album release titled “Life Music”. To assist with the single, Grit Grammar has called upon no other than Genesis Elijah for their collaborative track “Hard Times” which has bene produced by Baron Samedi. Charlie Sloth from BBC 1xtra has been supporting the single, and you can listen to Grit Grammar x Genesis Elijah – Hard Times on the player below.
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I’m a keen follower of the Don’t Flop battle tournaments, however I have to share this particular battle with JollyJay and Nishi. I’ve known JollyJay for years, and spoken to Nishi in regards to his music before (who also quotes Hip-Hop Kings in one of his battle lines). JollyJay is a member of the Hip-Hop Kings Forum, where people can sign for free and share and promote their music. Look for the advert on the left hand side of the blog. In the meantime, please enjoy this Don’t Flop battle between JollyJay and Nishi.
Following the reunion of Juelz Santana, Camron and Jim Jones, Dipset have reformed and released their new track “Salute”. In true Diplomats fashion, the heavy backing track complements the swagger-rich voices of the three artists involved. It’s clear to see that Jim Jones and co. have diverted away from a standard “Hip-Hop” beat for the single, most likely in an attempt to create a buzz ahead of any upcoming projects. You can listen to Dipset – Salute below.
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Infamous for his groundbreaking and indepth interviews, Sumit from The Hip Hop Chronicle continues posting brand new features, this time with Trey Songz. The singer speaks about the first time he met LL Cool J, Jay-Z and even President Barack Obama. You can watch the Trey Songz with The Hip Hop Chronicle on the player below.
ProbCause is a young Chicago emcee who has previously released two full length albums on the Indy label, Bonafyde Recordings, as well as an EP with his live band. ProbCause is now prepping his latest full-length, Spring Cleaning, which is due out this summer. Here is the brand new video from ProbCause called “Spring Cleaning” Mashup, which you can view on the video below.
Boaz remakes the Lil Wayne and Gudda Gudda’s “I Dont Like The Look Of It.” This is another leak off “Point Blank Presents The Govament Gang: Free Hard Tymez.” The mixtape drops in mid-July and will be followed by another Boaz mixtape and “The Audio Biography 2” this autumn. Here is the promotional artwork for the mixtape, and you can listen to Boaz – I Dont Like The Look of It below.
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