I haven’t heard much from 810 this year, however I have learned that a new “Mama Said Knock You Out” remix album is in the works, and the collaborative track with The Black Sunn called “Mr Good Bar” is the second leak from the album. Producer Ion The Prize remixed the track “Mr Good Bar” and The Black Sunn and 810 jumped on the vocals to finish it off. You can listen to 810 x The Black Sunn – Mr Good Bar on the player below.
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Following on from the success of Volume One, Tottenham-based Hip-Hop artist Untitled returns with the second volume of “Try Me”. The initial E.P was given away as a free download, and with countless requests for more music, Untitled has given fans a second edition titled “Try Me Volume Two”. It’s once again available for free, and you can view the artwork and download link below.
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The Hip Hop Chronicle recently travelled to New York, and met with Charlamagne Tha God, when he was co-presenting the Morning Show with Angela Yee at Sirius XM. Charlamagne spoke about his radio career, and how he had to work three jobs to do something positive with his life. In part one of the interview, he also speaks on the Capone-N-Noreaga lack of support from the New York scene, and also speaks on Lil Wayne and Drake. You can watch the Charlamagne Interview with The Hip Hop Chronicle below.
Making his debut on Hip-Hop Kings is B Brown, a New-York born and Gainesville-residing rapper with his leaked single It’s In The Morning. The track is taken from his sophomore mixtape “The Pregame” and is a remake of Robin Thicke’s original “It’s In The Morning”. B Brown has the co-sign of producers Black The Beast, P Killer and Tony Dofat amongst others, and with enough positive feedback I’m happy to cover B Brown leading up to the mixtape release. You can listen to B Brown – It’s In The Morning on the player below.
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One artist I’m always happy to receive emails from is Gerald Walker, and especially so to leanr he’s leaked a new single called Ups and Downs. Gerald Walker is preparing to release his new mixtape “I Remember When This All Meant Something”, which will be available to fans from July 16th 2010. The project has been executively produced by Slot-A, and features the likes of Bryant Stewart and Add-2. Ups and Downs is the first leak from the mixtape, and I expect to hear more leading up to the release. You can listen to Gerald Walker – Ups and Downs below.
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To celebrate England staying in the World Cup, Sturban Clothing are putting discounts on every product on site but only until the next match against Germany on Sunday, so jump in with both feet now and score a bargain. Sturban Clothing are a leading U.K retailer, and supported by many U.K Hip-Hop artists throughout the country. You must use the link in the post and you still get FREE shipping WORLDWIDE
In conjunction with Vinylism.de, This release exhibits 8 of the most banging tracks taken from Rhyme Asylum‘s ‘Solitary Confinement’ album on a high quality, professionally mastered, limited edition 12″ vinyl which is a must have for any serious Rhyme Asylum fan! The record is available to buy right now from www.rhymeasylum.com/vinyl.html, and you can view the A and B side’s below.
01. For The Hate
02. Event Horizon feat. Crooked I
03. Strange Deranged feat. Reain
04. The Art Of Raw
06. Straight Jacket Immortals
07. Open Mic Surgery feat. DarkStar & Ill Bill
08. Life Support
One of the biggest movements in the U.K Hip-Hop scene is unarguably The People’s Army, a collective of artists, and talented people who all love music. Logic is the frontman for the movement, and has recently collaborated with Shadia Mansour for their single “So Serious”. The video has been directed by Simon Sales and 46 Stars, and the track was originally produced by Production Prophet. I’m expecting to hear a lot more from Logic in the forthcoming months. You can watch Logic x Shadia Mansour – So Serious on the player below.
As Jammer sets to release his brand new album Jahmanji, a new video has been created for the single “10 Man Roll”. Jammer somehow managed to gatecrash an actual children’s birthday party for some of the video footage, and the rest is down to clever editing and directing. The video also features Skepta, JME, Frisco, Camalot and Mumdance. You can also attend the Jahmanji album launch party on Saturday 3rd July at Cable in London, where tickets are as low as £7. You can watch the new video for Jammer x Boy Better Know – 10 Man Roll below.